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Heros writing prompt. I would use this as a journal writing worksheet. Studnets could write about what they think a hero is and then keep it in their journals.

Celebrate Heroes

Celebrate Heroes: September is a tough day to honor with little ones, but this discussion and writing prompt has been a success in my classroom.

Terry Fox video to show your kids.

First Grade Garden: Terry Fox Run and link to running shoe activity

Terry Fox - The courage of one

Girl school legacy essay Related Post of Girl school legacy essay; Essay about school violence; A descriptive essay would most likely be found as weegy; Essay on courtly love.

Sneak into a New School Year -- Pt. 5 - Cute first day of school activity. Bring old pair of beat up sneakers to school. Have students write about what the sneakers have been through. Could be a group activity with teacher recording the story. Could use this pattern to have students design "school" sneakers with built in tools like pencil sharpener, eraser soles, computer, calculator, etc Then write a story about thier "school" sneakers. Itsabouttimeteachers

Itsabouttimeteachers: August 2012 Create a history/timeline for your sneakers; design a sneaker

Terry Fox - A Canadian Hero 2 Reading Passages, 9 activit

Terry Fox 2 Reading Passages, 9 activities: Grades 5 and 6

Terry Fox - A Canadian Hero 2 Reading Passages, 6 activities; resource for commemorating Terry Fox in September (or anytime!

Terry Fox a truly inspirational Canadian! History of Marathon of Hope

A single dream. A world of hope. This is Terry Fox

What legacy do you want to leave? Terry Fox Story "If I die at least I'll die happy doing what I want to do in life." -Terry Fox, he was

Terry Fox was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and raised in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, a community near Vancouver on Canada's west coast. An active teenager involved in many sports, Terry was only 18 years old when he was diagnosed with osteogenic sarcoma (bone cancer) and forced to have his right leg amputated 15 centimetres (six inches) above the knee in 1977. While in hospital, Terry was so overcome by the suffering of other cancer patients, many of them young children, that he…

Terry Fox hoped to raise one dollar for each of Canada’s 24 million people, a goal he met despite being forced to end his run after 143 days and kilometers when his cancer spread to his lungs. He died nine months after being forced to end his marathon.