The Week In Review – Apple Picking

Good morning from Maine where we have reached the prime apple-picking season. I going to pick some myself and perhaps make a pie (yes Mom, I can cook) today. Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that you get all of the fun and relaxation that you deserve. Before I head out with my dogs to enjoy a gorgeous autumn day, I have this week’s list of the most popular posts of the week to share.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Two Online Forensic Science Games
2. A Snappy Visual Dictionary and Thesaurus
3. On YouTube You Can Now Find Music to Legally Download and Re-use
4. 27 Topographic Maps Lessons
5. Collaborative School Project Idea – Create a Book Review Site
6. 5 Warm-up Activities for Brainstorming Sessions
7. A Short Guide to Creating and Sharing Google Calendars

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