Sunday, April 1, 2018

Math, Newspapers, Animations - March in Review

March has come and gone. Today was a nice Sunday to play outside with my older daughter. In walking the back edge of our property we found the interesting cluster of trees seen in the picture. I hope that you had a nice Sunday and nice start to your month too.

Every month I put together a list of the most popular posts of the previous 30 days. Doing this is a good way for me to recognize what all of you are interested in. It also gives you a chance to see if there is anything neat that you missed in the previous month.

These were the most popular posts in March, 2018:
1. The Library of Congress Seeks a Teacher-in-Residence
2. 10 Free Apps for Elementary School Math Lessons
3. Newspaper Templates for Google Docs & Word
4. 8 Changes to Google Docs & Slides Menus
5. Three Free iPad Apps for Creating Animated Movies
6. Is Being Shut Down - 5 Alternatives
7. My Top 5 Choices for Making Multimedia Quizzes
8. Why I've Stopped Making My Public Google Docs Printable
9. New Shared File Organization Coming to Google Drive
10. Free Hands-on STEM Lesson Plans and Projects

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