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Saturday, December 6, 2014

The Week In Review - The Most Popular Posts

Good morning from Woodstock, Maine where we welcome the snow that is currently falling from the sky. Last night I barbecued in the snow and today, after some shoveling, I'll be snowshoeing with my dogs. Wherever you are and whatever the weather is, I hope that you have some fun things planned for the weekend too. Readers in a snowy climate might be interested in these fun things to do with kids.

Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. 11 Free Mind Mapping Tools Compared In One Chart
2. Three Google Drive Updates to Note This Week
3. 50 Interactive Activities to Embed Into Elementary School Blogs
4. 5 Activities to Kick-start Brainstorming Sessions
5. Autodesk's Design Software is Now Free for Students and Teachers
6. Try EDpuzzle's Chrome Extension to Save Videos for Flipped Lessons
7. 5 Timeline Creation Tools Compared - Chart

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