Stonehenge Apocalypse: a very dramatic liveblog.
traitorous: Read More This has been a dramatic liveblog of a REAL movie.
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“Don’t wait until you know who you are to make things” I’ve been struggling with creativity and this is good stuff.
minecraftteacher: A couple weeks ago, I gave the respected gaming website Kotaku full access to my classroom for a day. This article and video are the result: We Took a Field Trip to the Minecraft School This is the first time my actual students have been shown online (except for their Minecraft avatars). Go check it out! Very cute video of the students in action behind the jump. ...
bestofwikipedia: Petrichor (from Greek petra “stone” + ichor the fluid that flows in the veins of the gods in Greek mythology) is the name of the scent of rain on dry earth. (via elalmavieja) Petrichor? What’s that?
Student poem about Minecraft
minecraftteacher: One of my students, Harrison (age 8), created the following poem about Minecraft for a writing project: Create stones, swim in water falls it’s awesome, fun, crazy jump and die, or meet friends build mine carts, mine tracks, swords and beds build a house to survive the night train wolves TNT explodes when you touch it It’s spectacular
How Hasmik-Got-Distracted Challenge (Medium)
bookblurbs: I started reading the wikipedia page on Lotus Notes for work. I ended up reading about tropical evergreen trees native to Mexico and Central America on Wikipedia. Find my path! What is the URL of the site I ended up reading?