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Gun as a blunt weapon (Pistol Whip). Not necessarily killing other characters but using the projectile weapon as a sort of last resort or a way to damage victim but not kill. We could use this as if the character with the gun had it loaded and wanted to get info from another person but could not kill them. OR the character with the gun could have ran out of bullets and used the gun in any other way he could.

Gun as a blunt weapon (Pistol Whip). Not necessarily killing other characters but using the projectile weapon as a sort of last resort or a way to damage victim but not kill. We could use this as if the character with the gun had it loaded and wanted to get info from another person but could not kill them. OR the character with the gun could have ran out of bullets and used the gun in any other way he could.

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Superhero portraits: "Heroes & Sheroes" self- portrait artwork. Make sure students put their names in the same place (preferably bottom left) for credit in hallway displays.

261 個讚,1 則留言 - Instagram 上的 DEW Magazine(@dewmagazine):「 Beauty is Beyond the Eye of Camera Holder. Lizzie Parra for DEW Magazine #26 Beauty Issue - 7th… 」

261 個讚,1 則留言 - Instagram 上的 DEW Magazine(@dewmagazine):「 Beauty is Beyond the Eye of Camera Holder. Lizzie Parra for DEW Magazine #26 Beauty Issue - 7th… 」

In this “classic” Calvert project, sixth graders first learned about the history of tessellations (and artist M.C. Escher, who is famous fo...

The Calvert Canvas: Adventures in Middle School Art!: Tessellations with self portrait

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