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Friday, May 25, 2007

Les Miserables in 4 Minutes and Lego Raiders of the Lost Ark

I don't have much time to post today, so here are a couple of fun videos to get your weekend started.

First, here's a Lego version of the Les Miserables musical that my eighth graders showed me yesterday. We're almost done reading the novel in class, and I couldn't show them the whole thing because it reveals the ending, but it's very well done. Don't watch it unless you already know how the story ends.



And here's a classic Lego version of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Don't miss this one!

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