This time of year, you can hardly turn on the radio, flip on the TV or walk into a store without hearing a holiday tune. You’re more than likely familiar with the melodies, but how well do you actually know the lyrics to some of the holiday classics?
Take our holiday song lyrics quiz and see how well you can match the verse to the song title:
Volunteering as a family can be a great way to spend time with your loved ones while teaching children to think larger than themselves and instilling values such as kindness and compassion.
To motivate your family and build excitement about volunteering, it’s important to align the volunteering opportunity with the interests of your family members. This also can help children to look forward to the opportunity, rather than viewing it as a chore.
Ready to find some family volunteer opportunities? First, take our quiz to find an option that meet’s your family’s lifestyle:
Imagine yourself as a character in a monster movie, do you have what it takes to survive?
It’s nearly Halloween, and there’s no better way to get your family in the Halloween mood than by dimming the lights and watching a spooktacular movie.
Make some popcorn, grab a blanket (to cover your eyes when it gets too scary) and settle in for a good scare. Of course you’re safe from evil doers, ghosts and goblins while on your living room couch, but how would you fare against popular Halloween monsters if you were a character in a scary movie? Put your survival skills to the test.
Toward the end of the senior year of high school, classmates traditionally vote on which members of their class are worthy of being the most likely to succeed, or are the most athletic, or the funniest, or another superlative. More frequently than not, only a limited number of students end up being recognized superlatively – for better or worse.
Whether or not you received this kind of senior-year tribute, take our fun “senior superlatives” quiz to find out which one you really might have deserved:
The distinguished statesmen from the 13 original colonies who conceived, shaped, hashed out, penned and convened to produce two of the greatest documents in history – the Declaration of Independence and subsequently the Constitution of the United States – had many different beliefs, personalities and agendas, which made the difficult task of creating a new nation even harder. In some ways, it’s a small miracle that the Constitution was written and agreed upon.
This Father’s Day, we pay homage to the men who created our country and to four of them in particular. So which of these four Founding Fathers might you be most like – Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton or George Washington? Take our Founding Fathers quiz to find out: