The Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

Good evening from a plane in the sky somewhere over North Carolina. I’m on my way to work with Vicki Davis and the teachers at her school in Georgia on Monday. I’m flying down a day early to spend time with Vicki’s lovely family. If you’re not familiar with Vicki’s work, take a look at her Cool Cat Teacher blog.

Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that you have some fun things planned for yourself too.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Write Music in Google Documents
2. My 5 Favorite Google Sheets Add-ons & How to Use Them
3. Zing! – Thousands of Free eBooks for Students
4. Historical Investigations for Students to Complete
5. 7 Highlights from The Practical Ed Tech Handbook
6. Four Visual Dictionaries and a Thesaurus for Kids
7. Bizarre Borders – Fun Geography and History Lessons

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