Good morning from Maine the place a light-weight drizzle is offering a humid begin to the weekend. Regardless of the climate we’ll nonetheless have enjoyable at our Tinkergarten class this morning as a result of it is at all times enjoyable to discover nature. I hope that you just even have one thing enjoyable deliberate in your weekend.
This week I introduced that I might be internet hosting Instructing Historical past With Know-how in June. That proved to be the most well-liked submit I wrote all week. Should you educate historical past, I hope you will be part of me within the course.
These had been the week’s hottest posts:
1. Instructing Historical past With Know-how – On-line Course Beginning in June
2. Movies for Instructing and Studying About Memorial Day
3. The Homestead Act and a Analysis Immediate
4. 5 Google Earth Actions to Get Youngsters within the Outdoor
5. New Google Docs Options You May Have Missed
6. Classroom Posters – The Guidelines of Civil Dialog
7. Alternate options to Ebook Stories – A Publish Impressed By My Daughter
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