Good evening from New Hampshire where I’m having a little R&R with my family after a very busy week and a busy month. The sun came out just in time for us to enjoy some time outdoors before bedtime. As I write this my kids have just fallen asleep and I will be doing the same just as soon as I finish this blog post. 

As I do at the end of every month, I’ve compiled a list of the most popular posts of the month. 

These were the most popular posts in June:
1. The Effects of Talking to Yourself

2. How to Use AI to Create Formative Assessments

3. 57 Google Earth & Maps Tutorials for Teachers and Students

4. 1,001 American Novels Mapped

5. Gary Stager’s Logo Resources on The Daily Papert

6. Skim vs. Whole Milk – Another Lesson Prompted by My Daughters

7. Fahrenheit vs. Celsius – Another Lesson Inspired by My Daughters

8. Five Good Resources for Teaching and Learning About Copyright

9. New Microsoft Word Features to Note

10. The Science of Barbecue

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