Cool tool: Weblist
Yes there is an easier way to share a multitude of web pages-Weblist. It allows the user to see a visual of the web page to determine interest or relevancy before they click on the link. The one I have attached is set up for our Kindergarten to use with their Dinosaur unit. The web pages on the Weblist page were taken from the district science portal, although many listed were no longer working.
While building this Weblist on dinosaurs it would let me edit the page, such as deleting links that no longer worked and then to save the changes. However, when I would open a new window the Weblist still had the pages I tried to delete. To solve that I just noted the links that didn't work and built a new list with only the working links.
A good reason to use Weblist is it allows me to keep students focused on sites and not allow them to waste time on dead web links or going to the wrong sites due to typing errors. Give it a try at: http://weblist.me/
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