Thursday, May 31, 2012

Month in Review - May's Most Popular Posts

A baby bird I tried
to help today. 
The baby birds are chirping, my lawn is out of control, and card aisle in the grocery store is stocked with graduation announcements. That can only mean one thing, May is coming to a close. As I do every month, I've made a list of the month's most popular posts. Before jumping to the list I want to say thank you to all of you who continue to read and share what you read on Free Technology for Teachers. Thanks to you there are nearly 47,000 subscribers today. I also have to say thank you to the advertisers who help keep a roof over my head and food in my dog's bowl.

Here are the most popular posts from May, 2012:
1. Holy Fonts, Batman! Google Docs gets 450+ New Fonts
2. Create Videos Online with WeVideo in Google Drive
3. Web Search Lesson Plans from Google
4. Nine Shel Silverstein Stories Animated
5. Learnist is Like Pinterest for Learning
6. A Must-See Video for Teen Drivers
7. Google Drive and Google Docs for Teachers - Free PDF Guide
8. 7 Great Note-taking Tools for Teachers and Students
9. Provide Tech Help Remotely via Chrome Remote Desktop
10. Present.me - Sync Audio and Video to Your Slideshows


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