Good morning from Connecticut where we’re visiting family this weekend. Yesterday, we had a great time exploring the Connecticut Science Center. We saw big snakes, sloths, and tropical butterflies before heading over the engineering wing where we made and played with all kinds of contraptions. If you ever find yourself near Hartford, Connecticut, go check out the Connecticut Science Center.
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These were the week’s most popular posts:
2. Hello History – An AI App for Chatting With Historical Figures
3. Four Methods for Distraction-free YouTube Viewing
4. Teacher and Student Views of Reading Progress and Reading Coach in Microsoft Teams
5. Signs of Spring Bingo
6. Projection Wizard – See How Maps Distort the World
7. How to Use the Latest Version of Focusable
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