Posts from Your Archives – Parenting – Raising Readers – The Little Engine That Could and the Olympics by D. Metzke

Sally Cronin is doing this really cool thing where she blog posts from your archives. Although this was my very first post, I never really promoted it because I was still apprehensive about the whole blogging thing. Now a year later, I thought I’d give it a shot. Thanks again Sally!

Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life

Welcome to more posts from YOUR archives rather than mine. An opportunity to share blog posts from your early days of blogging or that you feel you would like to share with a new audience.. Mine. You can find details at the end of the post.

Today the first blog post by Deana Metzke in August 2016, just after the Olympics. It was not until she was enjoying bedtime reading with her young son that she realised how much he had absorbed from the games.

Parenting · Raising Readers

The Little Engine That Could and the Olympics?

Like many households, we’ve spent a decent amount of time watching the Olympics this past week. Both of my children have learned a lot about different sporting events, recognize and root for specific athletes, and they definitely can recognize the American flag. So tonight, when my son chose the classic book The…

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