Wednesday, April 26, 2017

#AtoZchallenge Words or Work with your Daughter


Three excellent holidays today!

Morse Code Day


Words made in Morse Code are formed by letters represented by combinations of long and short signals of light or sound.

But if you'd rather just write words, one after another, creating sentences and then paragraphs and eventually making a whole story...

Tell a Story Day


You can make up your own story to tell. You could recount real events to tell a story. Or you could read an existing story from a book to someone.

Storytelling is an ancient practice used to hand down knowledge from one generation to the next.
There's a Storytime Blog Hop with Speculative Fiction going on right now if you need some inspiration.

Maybe you have daughter to read a story to and teach her how to form her name in Morse code. And perhaps today you'll take her to work.

Take Your Daughter to Work Day


Give girls direct attention and insight into work opportunities! As some parents can't take their own child to work for pratical or safety reasons, it has expanded into Aunts, Uncles, or close family friends taking "a daughter" to work. Of course there was contoversy, so the day has turned into "Take Your Son or Daughter to Work Day."

What's your favorite movie where Morse Code is used?
Will you tell a story today?
Did you see any offspring at an adult workplace today?


The Uniquely Maladjusted But Fun blog is in the #AtoZchallenge 2017 with an April Holiday theme

The holidays of April is my #AtoZchallenge Theme.