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Saturday, January 13, 2018

Music, Doodles, and Forms - The Week in Review

January, 2015 Patriots v. Ravens 
Good evening from Maine where I am getting ready to watch the Patriots play their first playoff game on their way to the Super Bowl. Before I enjoy the game and some delicious chili, I have this week's post popular posts to share with you. This week's list features some Google Slides and Forms tricks, some math resources, and Microsoft Forms.


Here are this week's most popular posts:
1. Free Music to Use In Google Slides Presentations
2. Doodle 4 Google is Back for 2018
3. 25 G Suite Add-ons & Chrome Extensions for Teachers & Students
4. How to Quickly Copy Questions from One Google Form to Another
5. g(Math) Has Been Deleted - Try These Three Alternatives
6. 10 Good Resources for Math Teachers and Students
7. Three Things I Like About Microsoft Forms

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