#peel21st Blog Hop: A Few of My Favourite Things

This is our second blog hop of the school year where educators all post to their blog the same night at the same time around the same topic. We thought we would be inspired by the Sound of Music and share some of our favourite things in this series.  Please check out the links below my post to hop on over to their blogs and read/view their stories. We would love to hear your comments too!

It was hard to choose my favourite things. There are so many! Here are just a few. Tap on the icons to read more.

 

Hope on over to the following blogs to read about some of their favourite things:

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9 thoughts on “#peel21st Blog Hop: A Few of My Favourite Things

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  3. These are great favourites. The Innovator’s Mindset is definitely on my “to read” list, and I really like the layout you chose for your blog post. I will definitely be checking out ThingLink.

  4. I can always count on you to give me more “go to” apps. Will download Tiny Tap now!! Will also have to check out #elemaker!!! My “to do” list before I go to bed just got longer. Good thing I have a full case of Coke Zero downstairs. 🙂

  5. Tina you are always a fountain of knowledge. Love your thinglink and I didn’t know that you could do this. Easy to do? Does it work in Blogger? Love to learn more. Thanks for sharing.

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