Can you believe that September is slipping away, which means progress reports will need to be out in another week or so. New links today: http://www.mazalearn.com/ All about electromagnetism, and it has been gamified, and still it is FREE. It appears to me that there are many links that should be beneficial at this site The second link has been created to appeal to girls who like, or might like, science. The only thing they have to do is set aside the "common knowledge" that boys are better than girls in analytical thinking. This page and link are here to dispel the empty threat that no one will like smart girls if they are too smart. Hope there is something in this link that is worthwhile and interesting to teachers and students. Oh, and if you don't tell anyone that this is labeled a "girl thing", I will keep your secret and watch as this site appeals to all genders and science interest. http://scigirlsconnect.org/page/activities Check out these SciGirls for DragonflyTV activities. They are classics! Totally out of character for me, I am pleased to announce that here in NJ, the University of Kansas is scheduled to play Saturday afternoon, and my family was given tickets for the game. Now, I know that this isn't like going to a basketball game, but a fun way to spend a pleasant Saturday afternoon nonetheless. Rock chalk, Jayhawks - Go KU!