Veterans Day anchor chart! "What is a Hero?" Source: The Watering Hole http://growingin1st.blogspot.com/2013/11/veterans-day-first-grade-style-and.html

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“Being a hero doesn’t mean you’re invincible, it just means you’re brave enough to stand up and do what’s needed” Piper McLean

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Big man in a suit of armor... take that away an what are you
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THIS. THIS is why I hate Snape so much. Everyone says he's such a tragic hero, but he's NOT. He's a bully, and instead of taking kids under his wing, because he KNOWS what it's like to be bullied, he bullies them more than anyone else. Snape is not a tragic hero. A tragic person, sure. But Snape was never a hero. And Remus Lupin was. Every day.

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All About Me Superhero Pennants: Perfect for the first day of school! Your students will have a blast with this fun Superhero theme “All About Me” activity. There are 4 superheroes to choose from, two boys and two girls. An editable PowerPoint is included so that you can change the text to any language and even change what your students will write about. The completed pennants will look fantastic on a bulletin board and you can even string them together and hang them in your classroom.

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How do you explain this!? Maybr it's because other planets are more advanced in their exceptance. And they did their best to evacuate said city as well. :)

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Students define “What is a hero?” to determine “Who is a hero?” by those criteria in this kinetic activity and on-line essay assignment

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