Good morning from Maine where it’s overcast and drizzly, again. It has been that kind of summer. Nonetheless, it has been a good summer filled with fun things for me and my family (my miserable cold not withstanding). I hope that it has been a good summer (or winter) for you as well.
We have less than two weeks until school starts again. We’re making the most of it. This week I took one of my daughters for a one-on-one trip to Story Land. Next week, I’m doing the same for my other daughter. If still have a bit of vacation, I hope you make the most of it as well.
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3. 18 Google Calendar Tutorials for Teachers
4. How to Use AI in Google Slides
5. Five New Padlet Features to Try
6. Bring the Joy Back to School With Book Creator
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This post originally appeared on FreeTech4Teachers.com. If you see it elsewhere, it has been used without permission. Featured image captured by Richard Byrne.