Good morning from Maine the place it’s nonetheless darkish as I draft this weblog publish. In actual fact, will probably be darkish for at the very least one other hour. The late dawn is the one factor that I dislike about this time of yr in Maine. Apart from the large oak tree in my entrance yard, all the leaves on the bushes have modified shade, the temperatures are a pleasing vary of 50-60F, and there is a number of enjoyable available outdoors. We’ll be enjoying within the huge leaf piles in our yard at the moment. I hope that you just do one thing enjoyable at the moment too.
As I do each week, I’ve assembled an inventory of the most well-liked posts of the week. Have a look and see if there’s one thing fascinating that you just missed earlier within the week.
These have been the week’s hottest posts:
1. An Overview of Google Kinds Quiz Settings
2. Samsung Remedy for Tomorrow – A Nice STEM Contest for College students!
3. Life on Minimal Wage – A Private Economics Simulation Sport
4. Ten Abilities College students Can Study from Google’s Utilized Digital Abilities Classes
5. The United Nations Defined for Children
6. Gary Paulsen Talks About Studying and Writing
7. I am Feeling Fortunate – A Google Earth Lesson
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