Good morning from Maine where spring is in the air. Lately, we’ve had some rainy days mixed with wonderfully warm and sunny days. That’s a winning combination to make the flowers grow start to sprout in our gardens. It’s also great for getting outside to walk, run, bike or just enjoy not having to wear a parka. Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that the weather lets you get outside for fun too. And if the weather isn’t great, take some time to catch up on this week’s top stories on Free Technology for Teachers.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. PhET PowerPoint Add-in – Add Science & Math Simulations to Slides
2. A Fun App That Helps Kids Learn How Animals Adapt to Their Environments
3. 5 PowerPoint Features Often Overlooked by Students and Teachers
4. How to Use Flipgrid – A Guide for Getting Started
5. Grasshopper – Learn to Code on Your Phone
6. WikiWhere – A Challenging Map Game
7. How to Convert Old Google Sites to New Google Sites
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