The Bryan Golden Slam, Le Tour for Dummies, Best Biking Cities

The Non-Calendar-Year-Golden-Slam – In addition to my usual education links, today you get some education about sports. I hope you saw the Bryan twins win the men’s doubles championship at Wimbledon. It was special for many reasons. My wife, who died from ALS in 2009. was also twin. Starting on page three of today’s extended post, I present the other slams in tennis and golf, and some explanations. Let me know if I missed any.

For Tour de France fans I have an animation that explains it along with 3D tours of each stagefrom @rmbyrne. If you want to get on a bike, here are The 20 best biking cities in the world. How many have you been to? I’ve been to four. Page Two offers how to be viral, free virtual field trips, a college drops SAT requirement, and The Hero’s Journey by Glove and Boots.

The Downside of Blog Scraping by Linda Bailey is my most recent guest post. Students and adults who blog should read this.

Check my summary of Carlito C. Caterpillar’s Math House Games: 20 Steps to Learning Math by Domenico Marcario and click here buy at least one for anyone with young children. It’s also a great gift for primary and preschool teachers.

My summary ofThank You For Listening by Marc Wong is also worth a look. Being a better listener is in your own self-interests and Marc can help. Click the icon at the bottom of any page to purchase.

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