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Superhero Theme Name Tags Labels - Back to School Classroom Decor

These fun superhero kids name tags and labels will look fantastic in your classroom! Make any labels that you want with the included blank labels and editable PowerPoint file. These would make great bin or basket labels, job cards, flash cards and name tags. By Pink Cat Studio

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Place Value, Addition & Subtraction Hundreds Chart Christmas Math Centers

Your students will have a blast practicing their math skills by uncovering these fun superhero mystery pictures. These activities are great for math centers, homework and whole class.

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1 letter - Custom Superhero Alphabet Letter

These superhero letters and symbols make a great gift for kids bigs and small. Personalize a letter or name with your favorite comic books for that extra thoughtful gift! A great way to decorate a nursery or a child's bedroom! | Made on Hatch.co by makers & designers who care

G.I. Jane Workout / What it works: Quads, calves, shoulders, front hip flexors, triceps. chest, lower back, core, abs, lower abs.

mine is: Wing Shadow As a child, you were obsessed with aeroplanes and the idea of building your own wings. Unfortunately, as an adult your experiment failed disastrously leading to a near-tragic accident! However, in the wake of the experiment, you've also discovered a strange and wondrous new ability! Your powers give you the ability to fly through the air at near-supersonic speeds! and. You can manipulate and control shadows, using them to hide yourself or even as a mode of transportation

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First Look at the Massive DC/CW Crossover Also Contains All Known Joy in the World

Okay, so we only really have a few actual pictures from the upcoming mega crossover between Supergirl, Arrow, Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow—and everyone looks appropriately stern or heroic for a crossover about an evil alien invasion. But the pictures shot for Entertainment Weekly to go with it? So much joy.

A super hero twist on the getting to know you letter! I always send an info sheet with my student letter at the beginning of the year. The kids attach or draw a picture of themselves in the left box and then turn themselves into a super hero in the right box. They also answer the SUPER statements to tell me a little more about themselves. The super hero art is copyrighted by Scrappin Doodles. The border is from Mixed Up Doodles and the font is from Jennifer Jones. Hope you can use it!