I came across these great fun sites for sharing Halloween. The first is a timeline of Halloween history!
  1. Halloween Timeline
  2. Larry Ferlazzo's sites for learning about Halloween
  3. Carve a pumpkin 1
  4. Cat bowling
  5. Carve a pumpkin 2


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Vintage Fashion Mail Order Catalog, 1934Image by danagraves via FlickrIf you are tired of telemarketers calling your home, you can register at the national Do Not Call website. It is a simple process where you fill out the form with phone numbers that you want on the Do Not Call list and they will send a verification email. Click on the email link and you are on the list!

Additionally, if you are tired of getting too many catalogs, visit this site, Catalog Choice to register for do not send. I did this 3 years ago and have dramatically reduced the number of catalogs I receive in the mail. With the holiday season gearing up, you may want to get on this right away so your mailbox is not stuffed with catalogs you do not want. Plus it is good for the environment.
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Image representing Google Docs as depicted in ...Image via CrunchBaseIf your school is using Google Apps for Education then you already know of the excellent resources available. I just want to point out one of the more recent additions, using Weekly Reader. Google has joined with Weekly Reader to prepare materials for teaching reading with google docs. There are many links on the page to offer suggestions for reading, writing and using Google within your curriculum to help students.
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