Fabulous Blogs to Follow From 2013!

Honored To Be a Finalist for 4 EduBlog Award Categories
You can vote directly from this post… simply scroll down! – 

Before I started blogging, I always looked forward to the Edublog Awards.  It was like getting new blogging presents… new great suggestions to follow.  I would spend hours scrolling through the fabulous blogs.  Most of all, I enjoyed all of the wonderful and creative ideas I was learning that I could take back to my own classroom.  It was free professional development that fueled my drive to be an ongoing learner.  
I have found so many blogs thanks to these awards.  Without bringing these blogs to the public attention through the venue of an award type platform, I may have never stumbled upon some of my favorite sites.  I encourage you to check out some of the amazing finalists to see if they are sites that you’d enjoy adding to your blog reading lists.  
Organizing the various blogs you love to read:

When I find great blogs I love to read, I add them to a few different spots:
  • Add your favorite blogs to a Pinterest board.  I have a Pinterest board titled, “Blogs I Love.”  Every time I find a “must save blog,” I add it to this board for save keeping.
  • Set up a Bloglovin’ account.  When I find bloggers that really align with what I’m doing in my classroom, I add them to my blog reader list.  This way, I can scroll through their site often.  
  • Subscribe to their blogs.  For the blogs I never want to miss, I actually subscribe to their site.  Now, when they publish a new post, it goes directly to my inbox.  I love waking up to a new post from these super favorite bloggers I follow.  
Please Take a Moment and Cast Your Vote Below To Support Kleinspiration!

I’ve added the 4 categories (Individual Blog, Resource Sharing, Tweeter, and Teacher Blog) right below so that you can vote to support and see other amazing blogs that share inspiring ideas.

There are several nominees for each category, so you will need to scroll down a bit in order to advance to the next category section.  As you’re doing so, be sure to view the great list of bloggers!


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Erin Klein is an award winning educator, national keynote speaker, author, and mother.

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