So I just had the best idea ever. Table at reception dedicated to a "jump in" all night game of CAH. Black cards go to "the groom's" pile or "the bride's" pile. Figure out who has the most terrible people in their family. And OF course personalized blank cards specifically for the event! :D
They forgot steel lmao excuse you Steel: Ice, Rock, Fairy Also that's great and all, but steel types are a great defensive type with tons of resistances. Fire, Fighting, and ground are the only moves super effective against it. Also it's immune to poison so stall tactics with toxic ardent going to work. Spikes is the only entry hazard that's all that effective against it, and it's rarely used compared to the other two. Conclusion: get a steel type
Never Have I Ever, the Game of Poor Life Decisions - Only Get this Card Game if You Want Tears Running Down Your Face from Gut Busting Laughs, Outrageous Fun and to Be The Hit of Every Party From This Day Forward. Not for the Faint of Heart. Played on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. INI http://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00N36C6BE/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_asLtwb1BJB4E5
Teacher Vision provides templates of MANY printable graphic-organizers which will provide a huge array of options to choose from for assessment. Through practicing with graphic organizers in a whole, or small group setting, we are helping students break down their reading into parts which will help them break down their writing into parts as well. According to Ray, "one of the main purposes of our assessment is to find evidence of the children using these ideas to make decisions about…
Greek Mythology Trading Cards are a fun way to keep track of creatures from ancient Greek mythology! Each of the twelve cards in the set has a front and back with a picture and name of a creature, and a space for students to write in biographical information on the mythological creature.