If you think you registered to vote in Massachusetts, but are not sure, you can
. Enter your information on the page, which should look like this: check your registration status here
First Name; Last Name
Date of Birth (Month, Day, Year)
Your Zip Code
Check the box that says “I understand…”
You should then see a page with your Voting Status, which should say:
This page will also show you the location of where you can vote on election day.
If your voting status is not active, contact the
where you live. city or town clerk office
If you are a U.S. citizen and you will be at least 18 years old on November 3rd, you can vote in the election, but you must be registered to vote. If you have an ID from the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles, you can . This is the easiest and fastest way. Do it as soon as possible. The deadline is Saturday, October 24th, but don’t wait. register to vote online
Otherwise, you can register by mail.
Or – you can go to your town’s
and register in person – as soon as possible before October 24th. election office
For more information on voting in MetroWest, see our
. Vote! Page
Dolly Parton has recorded
For each book there is an 10 bedtime stories for kids, to support the Imagination Library.
Activity sheet (things to do related to the story)
Suggestions for reading the story
and some descriptions of more books like this one that your child may like
Here’s and example of one, where Dolly reads
Llama Llama Red Pajama
Here is the
, Activity Sheet , and Reading Tips More Book Suggestions
You can vote in the November election if you…
U.S. citizen*, and will be
18 years old by November 3rd, and are
registered to vote
If you are not registered to vote, Massachusetts residents can register to vote in the November 3rd election until
. – But do it Saturday, October 24th now.
For more information about voting, including for other states you can visit:
*Residents or Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories are U.S. citizens, but they can not vote for president or congress members. Other
particular restrictions may apply.
Here are things cooks do in the kitchen:
There are more verbs and a large
at eslbuzz.com kitchen picture dictionary
Here is a video from Rachel’s English with some suggestions for how to think more in English, and to help you speak more comfortably – without needing to translate from your native language first.
Look at things around you, and say their names – in English – in your head
Think in simple sentences
Have small conversations with yourself in English
Here’s a sweet song to sing with your young kids.
Shake It, by Jono
A great, relaxing activity for the kids – and maybe you too. Every weekday, Mo Willems gives a short drawing lesson on YouTube, and it has become very popular. Here’s the first one:
It’s supported by the , which also has an Activity Page for each video, that you can download. [ Kennedy Center ] Activity Page for Episode 1
They also just added English Subtitles [CC] that you can turn on when
watching in YouTube.
In case you’re not familiar with his books, here’s a reading of Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus: