Good morning from Woodstock, Maine where I started the weekend by walking my dogs in blustery 32F weather, brr… I’m hoping that it warms up a bit before I head out for a bike ride later this morning. Whether it’s hot, cold, dry, or rainy where you are this weekend, I hope that you have something fun planned too.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Six Styles of Classroom Video Projects – A Handout
2. 5 Good Ways to Send Text & Push Notifications to Students & Parents – A Handout
3. ABCya Story Maker – Draw and Type Stories
4. Breaking News from ClassTools.net
5. Free Online Music Theory Lessons
6. Five Good Resources for Teaching Digital Safety and Citizenship to Elementary School Students
7. Apricot – Create Writing Prompts for Students and Share Responses With Parents
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