This poster is great because it shows that praise is useful in the correct situations and when it is the correct type. Also being there for students in other ways is another way to motivate them since students are more than just what you see at school.
19 retro sweets that need to be brought back IMMEDIATELY
A postcard from "The Museum of Childhood" Edinburgh which I love visiting, for postcards and of course the nostalgic toys and games as well. Space Dust was very popular in the and as it exploded on your tongue. From my personal collection.
Pacers (1976) When Mars punted out a mint variant of their counter-conquering blocks of citrus paste, tolerant half-smiles were the order of the day, but a simple change of name took Opal Mints out from the shadows of their mouth-watering forebears. A sporty theme and the addition in 1980 of green go-faster stripes to the basic white slab more than made up for the disappointingly weak, almost homeopathic, minty tast
Marathon (1968) Marathon came to the UK courtesy of Forrest Mars Sr, estranged from the family business in the States, but free to adapt the recipes for European tastes. Aside from his eponymous bar packed with milk, sugar, glucose, and thick, thick chocolate, Mars' Slough-produced cash cow was a peanut-powered derivative of the American Snickers (the name was apparently tribute to the Mars family's favourite horse) 'brand alignment' saw Marathon adopt its maiden name in 1990
Home Alone, The Lion King, TMNT, The Goonies, The Never Ending Story, The Little Mermaid, Space Jam, The Secret Garden, Mulan, Homeward Bound, The Land Before Time, Aladdin, Duck Tales, Star Wars, All Dogs Go to Heaven, Babe, Fly Away Home, 101 Dalmations, FernGully, The Sandlot, An American Tail, Beauty & the Beast, Free Willy, Casper