I love this because it just shows that Dean's number one priority was always ALWAYS to take care of Sammy. In the first set he's trying to comfort young Sam and make him feel better, and the second set you see how much it really cost him to be the one who did that.
Poor Misha. He must have a lot of bruises from always having to fall on the floor every time Castiel disappears. Kind of reminds me of an old game I used to play in elementary school. The gym teachers sure got a kick out of it. We were playing on concrete, and every time they told us to hit the deck, us students would have flop on our faces...on concrete. And if you weren't down in three seconds, you got forced down with a boot.
Do you teach your students about growth mindset? Are you aware of the benefits of using positive affirmations? Combine these two powerful approaches and transform student achievement! Easy to use for teachers and super beneficial for students, these 22 affirmation posters and corresponding cards will challenge your students thinking about their abilities and their potential.
Differentiated Instruction Activity for Monster by Walter Dean Myers
FREE You could adapt this idea to other novels. Differentiated Instruction Blooms Taxonomy Activity choice sheet for Monster by Walter Dean Myers.After reading Monster by Walter Dean Myers, students will complete a different choice activity utilizing the different levels of Blooms Taxonomy. Students will either choose one activity from each of the blooms levels. - or - Students can choose from the following learning styles (Verbal-linguistic, Visual-spatial, logical-mathematical, or naturalist)
Women's 1950s Pants: Cigarette, Capri, Jeans Fashion History
London, 1950. Love the Teddy Girl style. Can replicate with brogues + socks, pants (e.g. checked Cue pants or crop Dotti navy trousers), button-down shirt. No / natural makeup, plain hair or messy high bun or loose braided bun. Not sure about the rolled trousers - do they make this outfit?