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Unlock Creative Confidence Through Invention - Shared screen with speaker view
Sphero
12:12
Hi everyone! We’ll get started in just a minute!
Javier Aguilar
13:09
Good morning from Texas - early bird heheh
Carrie Farrell
13:12
Greetings to all- Carrie Farrell from TX 👏🏽
Nate Ubowski
13:25
Welcome everyone!
Katie Henry
13:41
Hi Javier!
Katie Henry
13:50
Hi Nate!
Javier Aguilar
14:00
Hello Katie
Bryan Vanderkrieken
14:02
Hello everyone, greetings from Belgium 😊
Benjamin Garcia
14:04
good morning from Brewster Washington
Katrina Madok
14:10
Greetings from the Florida Keys!
Paige Besthoff
14:14
Good morning Javier. It's Paige from NJ.
Patricia Mohalley
14:16
Good morning from Texas!
Karyn Lisowski
14:23
Greetings from Illinois
Hannah Pals
14:26
Hello everyone from Cedarville Illinois!
Kathy Jarret
14:27
Greetings from Maine!
Melissa Hodul
14:29
Greetings from Ocala, FL!
Charlene Ross
14:30
Hello from Arizona
Javier Aguilar
14:33
Hey my friend Page hehe
Shannon Uptain
14:34
Hello from Alabama!
Martin Holy
14:36
Cool backdrop photo
Torey Earle
14:37
Good Morning everyone - Torey Earle from KY!
Melanie Lofgren
14:39
Greetings from Wisconsin
Robin McRoberts
14:40
Greetings from PIttsburgh, PA
Susan Grifiths
14:42
Hi from Columbus, Ohio
Amanda Vaden
14:52
Hi, everyone! Make sure your chat settings are set to “all panelists and attendees” so other attendees see your comments if you want to chat back and forth!
Kristofor Schuermann
15:08
Afternoon all.
Deborah Seyffert
15:09
Hi from South Carolina
Sam Yancey
15:13
Sam here from NC! So excited for this webinar and looking forward to learning more about inventing with littleBits. I am a former certified littleBits BitStar Educator and a current Sphero Hero. Follow and reach out to me @STEAMTechSam on twitter if you need help or further ideas!
Juliet Williamson
15:13
hi from Scotland 👋🏻
Brianne O'Connell
15:17
Good Morning from Long Island.
Melisa Fernandez
15:18
hello from texas
Nate Ubowski
15:21
Hi Sam!!
Deb Rottinger
15:22
hi from PA
Alessandro Suizzo
15:23
Hi from Italy
Maria Villa
15:25
Helllo from the RGV in Texas.
Patrick Rainville
15:25
Hey all! Pat from Ontario, Canada.
Linda Taylor
15:29
Hello from Illinois
Sam Yancey
15:31
Hey Nate!
Antionette Armstrong
15:32
Good morning from Chicago
Nicole Saunders
15:41
Good afternoon from sunny UK
Oscar Sosa
15:52
Hi from PA
Lori Granite
15:58
Hello from Rockford, IL! PK-5th STEAM
Rebecca James
15:58
Happy Tuesday from Atlanta!
Bernadette Serbantez
15:59
Hello from San Antonio, Texas!
David Ackerman
15:59
Good afternoon from NJ
Jacqueline Chapman
16:01
Hello from Atlanta!
Laura Nager
16:01
Hello from Georgia!
Jeanette Youngblood
16:02
Hello from Arkansas!
Javier Aguilar
16:04
We love microbes :)
Sam Yancey
16:08
The micro:bit adapter is really exciting!
Javier Aguilar
16:11
Micro:bits
Stefanie Best
16:12
Hello from PA!
Josh Hankins
16:13
good afternoon from Michigan
Emily Moran
16:14
Hello from NY!
Javier Aguilar
16:14
Sorry hehe
Kristofor Schuermann
16:20
Afternoon all. Ontario Canada here.
Amanda Vaden
16:35
Welcome, everyone! Glad you’re joining us today.
Julie Sway
16:40
I want the hear about the micro:bit adapter too!
Mike MacDonald
16:42
Calgary Alberta here
Alessandro Suizzo
17:45
Could be possible to activate subtitles?
Sam Yancey
17:52
A little bit about. haha.
Nate Ubowski
19:09
Awesome Francis! Can’t wait to see what you can do with the micro:bit adapter littlest!
Sphero
19:12
Welcome everyone! Thanks for joining us from near and far!
Nate Ubowski
19:15
*littleBit
Sam Yancey
19:16
It really helps that the bits are color coded for teaching students about circuits and coding.
Amanda Vaden
19:16
@alessandro - We will be sending a recording, unfortunately there is not CC available live.
Brandi Thomas
19:27
I see this is recording. Will this be available to share with my team in the future?
Alessandro Suizzo
19:30
👍
Brandi Thomas
19:54
I see a recording will be sent, thank you!
Amanda Vaden
20:02
Hi Brandi! Yes, you’ll receive a recording after the live session ends. But stick around so you can have a chance to win one of the prizes!
Brandi Thomas
20:27
Absolutely! Thank you!
Sam Yancey
20:44
Very easy to connect so fine motor skills aren't an issue.
Alessandro Suizzo
21:05
Never used littleBits, so I’m really interested in
Linda Taylor
21:18
me too
Judith Lynn Canose
21:40
This is a great program because it is inclusive!
vikar sayed
21:45
I'm big fan of LB
Sam Yancey
21:46
You can purchase kits or buy individual bits over time if you want to add different functions to your inventions.
Amanda Vaden
21:57
Hi Mary, yes! But they will need to register for the recording to access it. Stick around so you have a chance to win one of the prizes.
Paige Besthoff
21:59
littleBits are fantastic for integrating the 4Cs into the curriculum, I use them for novel engineering projects.
Alessandro Suizzo
22:09
I think students could more creative and use more imagination learning coding
Alessandro Suizzo
22:20
*be
Amanda Vaden
22:31
A PD certificate will be emailed to all live attendees soon after the webinar.
Elizabeth McEvoy
22:51
How young can you go with littlebits?
Paige Besthoff
22:52
the littleBits have a coding aspect using block coding
vikar sayed
23:09
Interesting
Nate Ubowski
23:11
@Dana - it depends on different situations, but having 2-4 students working on inventions is a good guideline.
Amanda Vaden
23:33
@Stanley - Yes, littleBits are compatible with Sphero RVR through the USB port.
Judith Lynn Canose
23:52
Great integration of science concepts as well as computational thinking skills
Shannon Uptain
24:41
Yes! Students need that chance to "play". Where the learning occurs!
Nate Ubowski
24:49
@Elizabeth - I’ve used them with my preschool age kid, but the primary grades are definitely a good place for little bits in the beginning understanding of circuits.
Sam Yancey
25:57
The problem-solving is very open-ended. Each project and design will be a unique remix and solution to the challenge at-hand.
Paige Besthoff
26:19
Follows the engineering design process
Sam Yancey
26:35
It is a good process and helpful way to teach about how to learn from failure.
Arshiya B
26:47
ok
Nate Ubowski
26:51
@Stanley - You’ll need to use a micro:bit adapter in order to program littleBits with RVR
Nate Ubowski
27:00
Jeremy will talk a little bit more about it soon
Amanda Vaden
27:22
Thanks, Nate! Stay tuned, Stanley. We’ve got you covered.
Keith McCray
27:42
My students share all their creations, picture and video evidence through their class blogs
Jean Dalleska
27:44
We have shared through both video and in-person presentations
Pat Jarboe
27:59
We usually use video to present.
Nate Ubowski
28:03
@Mary - classroom.littlebits.com has a lot of lessons that you can work from, and some of those lessons have slide decks to help the process
Melissa Hodul
28:05
We have shared using Flipgrid.
Sharon
28:06
We have shared mainly through presentations, but need to branch out more.
Jackie Tan
28:07
I think you can also use the RVR USB port to power your littleBits circuit. This would not have a programming aspect.
Robin McRoberts
28:10
Gallery walk
Jeanette Youngblood
28:16
My students share through video and presentation but I LOVE the idea of testing out each other's creations.
Judith Lynn Canose
28:16
We do sharing with group presentations when we were in school.
Paige Besthoff
28:20
We use flipgrid or SeeSaw - our students record themselves explaining what they built, the process they went through and which materials they used. Classmates watch and comment.
Godz4us
28:27
I use inventions
Julie Sway
28:50
video - loom, students share and demo their creations
Sam Yancey
28:54
Students really come alive with this celebration component. Many different audiences to share with. Even opportunities to share with remote learning.
Julie Sway
29:05
Also gallery walks when we were face-to-face
Javier Aguilar
29:09
Provide confidence to our students
Breamond Scala
29:13
I love to have my Middle School students share with invention walks. They get a chance to showcase their work in a way that is much less stressful to them. We like to invite the younger classes too!
Omar Shepherd
29:20
What age group would you say is the target for Little Bits
Javier Aguilar
29:29
Trial and error is ok
Alessandro Suizzo
30:10
I teach grammar and literature, so I’m really curious to see how my students could integrate littleBits in these subjects
Sam Yancey
30:26
Since there is a high floor and low ceiling, students K-12 can learn with littleBits.
Paige Besthoff
30:43
@Alessandro we use them to recreate scenes in a story.
rhonda heatherly
30:46
S's are beyond creative - no limits!
Sam Yancey
30:58
As you can see, littleBits supports maker and STEAM education well.
Dana Finneran
31:12
Similarly, I teach ESL so I am looking at this for an opportunity to produce academic language in speaking and writing.
Alessandro Suizzo
31:13
@Paige Cool, very interesting
Amanda Vaden
31:28
Make sure your chat settings are “all panelist and attendees” so everyone can see. We have some experts in the chat that would love to share their ideas and experiences with you!
Jessica McGill
31:30
Very cool!!
Sam Yancey
31:56
Also, excellent for developing solutions to real-world concerns and issues. Students learn how to communicate their ideas effectively after designing their inventions.
Jean Dalleska
32:03
We just purchased RVR. Is there a specific place to learn how to also incorporate little bits with RVR?
Keith McCray
32:34
That echo location device is awesome!
Christine Hurley
32:44
Wow, that’s amazing! <3
Brianne O'Connell
32:45
It is cool!
Jean Dalleska
32:51
Inspiring!
Melanie Lofgren
32:55
I'm excited for this.
Amanda Vaden
33:00
@Janet - littleBits Classroom https://classroom.littlebits.com/welcome is a great source for inspiration!
Nate Ubowski
33:11
@Jean - RVR and littleBits activities already live on the Sphero Edu App, but we are continuing to build on that with the new micro:bit adapter which Jeremy is sharing now
vikar sayed
33:27
Wow
Christine Hurley
33:32
YAY Microbits!! <3
rhonda heatherly
33:43
Wheehooo!
Omar Shepherd
33:46
Not That is AWESOME
Maritza Suarez
33:49
I got one but I didn’t realize I needed an RVR.
Javier Aguilar
33:50
Yes Micro:bits are awesome :)
Omar Shepherd
33:55
Oops, Now that is AWESOME LOL
Arshiya B
33:59
cool
Sam Yancey
34:06
Students can also code remotely your micro:bit and littlebits from their home using Microsoft Makecode.
Judith Lynn Canose
34:08
This is definitely something the students would love!
Charlene Ross
34:09
We use Python
Edith (Citrus) Ramlow
34:09
I'm planning to use this with 3D Printing.
Omar Shepherd
34:24
Total Game Changer!!
Christine Hurley
34:34
@Edith - how are you going to use 3D printing? Just curious - would love to hear your ideas :)
Melanie Lofgren
34:46
I'm interested in knowing more Edith about using it with the 3d printer?
Bryan Vanderkrieken
34:57
whoop whoop seens like al programmer party in the classroom.
Omar Shepherd
34:59
Me too... 3D printing...?
Amanda Vaden
35:36
So glad to see everyone is excited about this new adapter!
Sam Yancey
35:59
Garrett Gross is on twitter and is a Sphero Hero to reach out to in order to learn about 3D printing and the RVR and littleBits.
Jessica McGill
37:02
Oooh following!
Amanda Porter
37:03
I love the sunflower idea!
Linda Taylor
37:14
Cool
Pat Jarboe
37:19
RVR? What is that?
Edith (Citrus) Ramlow
37:21
Ss can create anything from robot pieces to race car shells and combine with micro:bit to power or create a movement.
Carrie Farrell
37:22
super cool. there is a sun flower solar product. i would love to create lil bits as an all encompassing project. love it.
Brianne O'Connell
37:26
I am always looking for new ideas to incorporate in my Coding club programs at my public library. These will make an excellent addition. They are so versatile.
Paige Besthoff
37:41
What a fabulous lesson idea to add to your unit on photosynthesis
Nate Ubowski
37:43
https://sphero.com/products/rvr
Tammy DeMarco
37:49
Love seeing the programming connection. The sunflower idea is really cool.
Jackie Tan
38:17
RVR is Sphero's newest robot. It's a tractor like robot (not a ball) and has amazing expansion capabilities.
Judith Lynn Canose
38:19
These lessons are wonderful because they integrate other curriculum as part of the content and the objective.
Karon Myles
38:25
I'm not an educator from a school but I am trying to learn more about LittleBits to use for STEM Outreach through school districts and community events, so I need to learn about them. These look awesome! - Karon Myles
Nate Ubowski
38:27
These lessons can be found at classroom.littlebits.com (sunflower: https://classroom.littlebits.com/explore/search?type=lessons)
Amanda Vaden
38:33
@Celia - yes, they are in littleBits Classroom. https://classroom.littlebits.com/welcome
Charlene Ross
38:35
The adapter is the key when you don't have lot of money. you need it to integrate with devices
Melanie Lofgren
38:53
Thats so cool@
Sam Yancey
39:06
Micro:bit Speed Test? Micro:bit Reflex Game?
Ellen Cole
39:06
Can you use the microbit with the Bolt?
Alessandro Suizzo
39:07
I’ll sure propose to my Headmaster to buy some kits this year to test with some classes
Tammy DeMarco
39:14
Does that work with the Star Wars LittleBits Droid as well?
Paige Besthoff
39:46
I've had my littleBits for almost 6 years, very durable, glad to have some new uses for them.
Jackie Tan
39:47
You wouldn't exactly use microbit with the bolt. But microbit with an invention could detect when the bolt rolls near it.
Sam Yancey
39:51
Yes! More lessons to come!
Amanda Vaden
40:30
@Vicki - yes, they are available for free in littleBits Classroom https://classroom.littlebits.com/welcome
Jill Weaver
40:32
Keep the lessons coming!
Natalie Christensen
40:55
I'm excited to use these next school year now!
Jessica McGill
40:57
love that the lessons are free! :)
Brandi Thomas
41:09
I am new to Little Bits, do they interact with the Sphere balls at all?
Javier Aguilar
41:12
How much is the price for a basic kit?
vikar sayed
41:12
does brining microbit means end of code kit
Amanda Vaden
41:55
@Javier - you can check out all littleBits products we offer here! https://sphero.com/collections/all/family_littlebits
Martin Holy
41:57
Does the rover include watercraft?
Lynn Cansler
42:02
is sphero spark obsolete at this point?
Andy Limbert
42:07
The battery swap is a huge feature!
Jackie Tan
42:12
It think microbit will allow amazing expansion of the code kit. Currently, code kit can drive its beautiful full color display and speaker. An output from microbit could feed the input of the code kit.
Nate Ubowski
42:20
@Brandi - there is only 1 bit that can work with Sphero BOLT (The IR Remote Trigger), but you can always build inventions to have your Sphero robots navigate and interact with
Sam Yancey
42:23
RVR is very accurate program, easy to attach additional hardware, tough with the treads, and comes with lots of front, back, and main LEDS :)
Brandi Thomas
42:34
How long does rover’s battery last?
Godz4us
42:38
I have a Sphero BOLT
Nate Ubowski
42:51
@Nancy - it should charge in about 6 hours, if you continue to have a problem, reach out to support@sphero.com
Bernadette Serbantez
42:55
Hoping to be able to begin sharing with my students this year.
Amanda Vaden
43:19
@David - check out CS Foundations here: https://sphero.com/collections/for-school/products/csf1
Jill Weaver
43:40
Is bolt going to replace Sprk?
Adrian Seccombe
43:57
How to Purchase the adaptor in the UK, I’m a Gramps with Bolts and RVR. UK Shipping yet?
Caron Sullivan
44:04
I hope not, we just bought 24 sprk
Caron Sullivan
44:28
I'm in New Zealand and we have spheros and little bits
Alessandro Suizzo
46:06
We’ve already Bolt, BB8 and SPRK, and RVR, so I think it’s time to “littleBitting” this year 😉
Nate Ubowski
46:10
@Stanley - there’s a lot to that question - while there isn’t anything specifically being built to go 9-12 with littlebits and RVR, that’s not to say that you can’t scale things up especially with the micro; bit adapter. The rPi is going to really give you the most open ended and higher level of learning with real electronics and circuitry
Francis Rabuck
46:34
One site - what should I follow littlebits page, sphero, or microbits
Amanda Vaden
47:49
@Francis - you’ll find content on littleBits on the Sphero social channels, so you can follow Sphero and micro:bit.
Tammy DeMarco
48:07
Do you have any tips for virtual classrooms if kids are not able to be in a classroom in the fall?
Sam Yancey
48:36
Remote coding on Microsoft Makecode!
Caron Sullivan
48:50
We are back in school in NZ, we just sanitise before and after so that as they touch their hands are clean.
Amanda Vaden
48:57
Great suggestion, Sam!
Deborah Seyffert
48:58
Can we clean these?
Carrie Farrell
49:15
‪who can point me in a direction to learn basic/moderate #Python #programming #coding? I’m a #middleschool educator and want to think through it more to be part of the invention cycle. Thanks to all!‬
Francis Rabuck
49:17
since you started work with micorbits - plans for the future on Arduino, RasbPi, BeagleBone, others?
Amanda Vaden
49:20
@javalk - would you mind sending those links to us at support@sphero.com so we can look into it?
Katie Henry
49:38
You can teach remote lessons with Little Bits and micro:bit using microbit classroom at classroom.microbit.org
Sam Yancey
49:52
Yes Katie!
Amanda Vaden
50:11
@Deborah - you can wipe them down with a disinfecting wipe. There are small inputs that you don’t want to get too much liquid in those.
Kristofor Schuermann
50:23
A distance learning lesson set and a accessible LittleBits kit would be great to support the new reality of education!
Amanda Vaden
50:36
https://sphero.com/blogs/news/how-to-clean-sphero-and-littlebits
Leslie Austin
50:54
Thank you! Looking forward to the back to school and distance learning ideas!
Sam Yancey
51:31
You can also use twist ties
Paige Besthoff
51:46
Twist ties work great for securing the littleBits
Sam Yancey
51:49
Some of the kits come with these ties. Or you can get them from your bread :)
Godz4us
52:21
So you can use bolt? because I have one.
Paige Besthoff
52:22
I have all the school staff bring me their used twist ties. You can't have too many.
Sam Yancey
52:40
Agree Paige! Great suggestion!
Amanda Vaden
52:53
@Katrina, thank you and we look forward to seeing what you create!
Francis Rabuck
53:06
I do some writing for different mags, and involved with conferences, makerfaires, etc. Who can I talk to in PR/Marketing?
Adrian Seccombe
53:11
$19.99 Great! $101.99 shipping not so great!!
Sam Yancey
53:25
Talk to Dani with Sphero for marketing
Natalie Christensen
53:30
Can we get a copy of the slide presentation?
Godz4us
54:20
what?
Linda BoucherSt-Arnaud EAO
54:23
Many thanks for sharing those great ideas!!
Christine Hurley
54:28
Lots of great ideas here!
Susan Grifiths
54:37
Thanks for the great info!
Amanda Vaden
54:42
@Karen - we are offering free CS Foundation lessons in the Sphero Edu app through July.
Nate Ubowski
54:42
@karen - we have several of our CS foundations themes available for free at edu.sphero.com under featured activities By Sphero
Sam Yancey
54:43
Community forum is great for troubleshooting and getting new ideas.
Godz4us
54:44
Great info!
M. Dolores Ramirez
54:46
Thank you for this inspiring presentation. Integrating robotics in education is worthy.
Shannon Uptain
54:51
Thank you all for sharing!
Patrick Rainville
54:53
Thanks for all the info and ideas!
rhonda heatherly
55:01
Thank you!!! Great Information :-)
Sam Yancey
55:02
Yayyyyy giveaways!
Malka Frazin
55:03
Thank you so much, this was great!
Deborah Phillips
55:03
yeah for the giveaways
Caron Sullivan
55:04
Thank you so much for this, well worth getting up in the middle of a frosty night
Robin McRoberts
55:06
Will the chat also be vailable?
Brianne O'Connell
55:08
Thank you so much for this presentation.
Christine Hurley
55:08
YAY!!!!!!!!!
Amanda Vaden
55:09
Congrats, Christine!
Deborah Phillips
55:11
congrats
Jan Leiner
55:13
Congrats
Sam Yancey
55:15
Christine! Way to go!
Robin McRoberts
55:16
Congrats!
Megan McQuinn
55:17
Congrats!
Keith McCray
55:18
Way to go Christine!
Melanie Kamm
55:20
Yay!!
Malka Frazin
55:20
Congratulations!
Andy Limbert
55:20
jelly
Susan Grifiths
55:20
Congrats!
Jake Seely
55:23
Congrats Christine
ROBIN JONES
55:23
Congrats!
James Minard
55:23
'Grats, Christine
Carrie Farrell
55:23
congrats!
rhonda heatherly
55:24
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
Rafał Wiśniewski
55:25
Congrats!
Javier Aguilar
55:25
COngrats
Katie Henry
55:25
Woohoo!
Jean Dalleska
55:26
Congratulations, Christine!
Tasneem Bhatia
55:27
Congrats
Mischelle Hauprich
55:28
Awesome Christine!
rhonda heatherly
55:28
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
Amanda Vaden
55:28
Congrats, Omar!
Adrian Seccombe
55:29
Congrats
Sam Yancey
55:29
Way to go Omar!
Latosha Moore
55:29
Wohoooo
Tamiko Laurie
55:30
congrats
Bryan Vanderkrieken
55:30
congrats! to everyone
Kathy Jarret
55:33
Woohoo to the winners!
Edith (Citrus) Ramlow
55:33
Congrats, both!
Robin McRoberts
55:33
Yay Omar!
Jake Seely
55:34
Congrats Omar!
Natalie Christensen
55:34
Congrats Christine and Omar!
Megan McQuinn
55:35
way to go Omar
Bernadette Serbantez
55:35
Congratulations!
Deborah Phillips
55:36
Congrats
Malka Frazin
55:36
Congrats!
Caron Sullivan
55:37
congratulations guys, nga mihi
Jeanette Youngblood
55:37
Congrats!
Jan Leiner
55:37
Congrats Omar!!
Linda Taylor
55:37
Just bought an rvr—excited to get started
Jean Dalleska
55:40
Congratulations, Omar!
Carrie Farrell
55:40
Thanks for this!
Virginia Kittrell
55:40
Congrats Christine and Omar!
Jyothi Nair
55:41
Congrats Christine and Omar!
James Minard
55:41
'Grats, Omar!
Alessandro Suizzo
55:43
Thanks to all
David Ackerman
55:43
Congrats Christine and Omar
Brianne O'Connell
55:44
Congratulations to the winners .
Paige Besthoff
55:45
Congratulations Christine and Omar. You will love them.
Rafał Wiśniewski
55:46
CU
Seng Hua
55:46
congrats
Oscar Sosa
55:48
felicidades!
Leslie Austin
55:48
Congrats!!!
Sharon
55:49
Congratulations!
Stacey Forsyth
55:49
Thank you!
Judith Lynn Canose
55:49
Congratulations!
Javier Aguilar
55:50
Thank you
Jessica McGill
55:50
Congrats!
Sam Yancey
55:50
Great webinar Sphero!
Susan Sniffen
55:50
Thank you!
Brianne O'Connell
55:51
Thank you again.
Julie Sway
55:52
This was a really good webinar. Thanks!
Elizabeth McEvoy
55:52
Thank you
Sarah Slater
55:53
congrats!!!
Amanda Vaden
55:54
Thank you, everyone, for joining us today!!
Robin McRoberts
55:55
Thanks so much - this was interesting!
Charlene Ross
55:55
Thank you !!
Tami Taylor
55:56
Thank you!
Andy Limbert
55:56
Thank you!
Mike MacDonald
55:57
congrats
Breamond Scala
55:59
Thank you this was great!
Deborah Phillips
55:59
thank you
Kathy Jarret
56:00
Thank you!
Linda Taylor
56:02
Thank you
Tasneem Bhatia
56:04
thank you.
Alessandro Suizzo
56:05
Bye and congrats to the winners!
Seng Hua
56:08
thank you to our hosts
Nicole Saunders
56:08
That was great - thanks for all the ideas!
Jan Leiner
56:09
This was great! Thank you for such an informative session
Michael Freedman
56:09
Thank you.
Maritza Suarez
56:10
Thank you!
Josh Hankins
56:10
Thank you
Edith (Citrus) Ramlow
56:11
Thank you from Florida US
ENRIQUE FIDEL
56:11
MUCHAS GRACIAS POR TODO
Melisa Fernandez
56:12
thank you
Pat Jarboe
56:18
Thank you
Karon Myles
56:18
Thank you!
Jeanette Youngblood
56:19
Very helpful - thanks!
Natalie Christensen
56:19
Thank you!
Sam Yancey
56:23
Good job Jeremy and Dani!
Kristofor Schuermann
56:25
Thanks! All the best.
Godz4us
56:27
Bye!
Brianne O'Connell
56:37
Thank you again.
Tammy DeMarco
56:39
Thank you!
Christine Hurley
56:45
Thank you!!!