Puzzles, Rockets, and Podcasts – The Week in Review

Good morning from Maine where the rapidly shifting weather of March has arrived in full force. I helped my daughter learn to ride a bike in the driveway on a sunny Thursday afternoon and then yesterday it was too cold and windy to play outside. I hope the weather is better for playing outside wherever you are this weekend.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Ptable – Interactive Periodic Table of Elements
2. Solve Me Puzzles – Play or Create Math Puzzles
3. 5 Audio Recording & Editing Tools – Feature Comparison Chart
4. Aquation – A Game for Learning About Global Access to Clean Water
5. Ancient Rome 101 and Life as a Roman Teenager
6. Rocket Science 101 – Build and Launch Virtual Rockets
7. Distraction-free YouTube Viewing

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