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Challengers of the Unknown #5 (DC Comics - July 1991) Writer: Jeph Loeb Illustrator: Tim Sale #sequential illustration

Challengers of the Unknown #5 (DC Comics - July 1991) Writer: Jeph Loeb Illustrator: Tim Sale

It's Nice That : Brilliant cartoonist and experimental animator Lilli Carré is out of this world

Lilli Carré has all bases covered with her hugely applicable illustrative stylings. From editorial spots for top US magazines and papers (_The Believer_, _The New Yorker_, _Best American Nonrequired Reading_… you get my drift) to works on paper that begin to leave the page (literally) and a panoply of mini-narratives, from ten second loops of moving drawings to ingeniously crafted cartoons and animations, comics and graphic novels.

Here is a list of Top 10 fun visual sequential memory games and activities for kids.Visual Sequential Memory is all about remembering and recollecting a set of objects, events, or letters in a correct sequence. This memory ensures that pupils comprehend spellings and sight words, #visualsequential #visualsequentialmenoryactivities #visualsequentialmemorygames #gamesandactivities.you can also download the PDF version the link is given below as:

Here is a list of Top 10 fun visual sequential memory games and activities for kids.Visual Sequential Memory is all about remembering and recollecting a set of objects, events, or letters in a correct sequence. This memory ensures that pupils comprehend spellings and sight words, #visualsequential #visualsequentialmenoryactivities #visualsequentialmemorygames #gamesandactivities.you can also download the PDF version the link is given below as:

snakecharmer:  PETER MAX MAGAZINE #1. “Mr. Mouse Meets Peter Max,” Wallace Wood. (xn—7xa)

snakecharmer: “ PETER MAX MAGAZINE #1. “Mr. Mouse Meets Peter Max,” Wallace Wood. (xn—7xa) ”

Exposing Students to the 12 Ways of Learning

Many know of the four common ways of learning: visual, auditory, tactile and kinesthetic. But did you know that students need to be exposed to even more ways of processing information too? Going multisensory is essential these days and presenting instruction that teaches to all 12 ways of processing, as described in the Eclectic Teaching Approach, can help prepare your students for a successful future of life long learning. The other 8 ways of learning include: 1) Sequential Learning: teach…

briony may smith

Work in progress, Comic based on the ballad ‘Tam Lin.’ 'When she came to Carterhaugh, 'Tam Lin was at the well, 'And there was his fine steed standing, 'But away was himself. 'She had not pulled a...