Free technology for educators: elk, geography, and art


Good morning from Maine where I am home after spending most of the week in western Nebraska. It was there that I took the photo presented in this post. It’s a bit hard to get it out, but there’s a bull elk in the picture. She was one of three who passed by me early Monday morning. Those who follow me on Instagram may have also seen a video of that same elk earlier this week.

Now that I’m home this weekend, I’ll be packed with some late-fall chores like putting my kids’ toy chest outdoors for the winter and cleaning up the last piles of leaves. There will also be time for fun. I hope you have a fun weekend!

These were the most popular posts of the week:

1. Where would I like to go – a geography lesson with Google Drawings

2. An overview of five fun geography games for students

3. Felt – A new way to create multimedia maps

4. Is this the end of the Google Keep Chrome extension?

5. Google Earth lesson with the “I’m feeling lucky” button

6. Free and customizable clip art

7. Over 30 activity templates to use in Google Classroom

50 Tech Tips Tuesday!

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This post originally appeared FreeTech4Teachers.com. If you see it elsewhere, it has been used without permission. Featured image by Richard Byrne.





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