Monthly Archives: February 2011

@ the Office Expanding File

Keeping samples of the kids’ work was an organizational pain until I stumbled upon these useful expanding files at WalMart. I was looking for an expanding file for one of my sons to keep his drawings organized when it hit … Continue reading

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Spellarama

Does spelling elicit moans, groans and complaints? Is spelling becoming a drag? Spellarama may be what you need. In its simplest form, Spellarama is a set of playing cards with alphabet letters on them. But, it’s so much more. Developed … Continue reading

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JellyTelly – Update: It’s now FREE!

A new beta of JellyTelly is now on-line and, yes, it’s now free. A comment by Phil Vischer on the site indicates that they’re still trying to find a revenue model that works. For now, the site takes donations (see … Continue reading

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Alice 2.2

Students’ initial difficulty when learning to program inspired the development of Alice, which is intended to make the learning process more engaging. Whereas typical introductory assignments are fairly tedious, the Alice approach to teaching and learning programming uses the context … Continue reading

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