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Vintage Bandaid metal container, one just like the one I inherited from my grandma Thompson's button box! I am going to go check and see if it is the exact one! This box got me started on collecting band-aid and first aid boxes! lOVE It!

step 6 Allusion: In the story rachel makes a reference that eleven was rattling inside of her like pennies in a band aid box. Thats allusion because the band aid box is a reference to pop culture and it relates to how shes feeling about her age

Band-Aid object lesson and Psalm 147:3  "God heals the broken-hearted and heals up their wounds."  This Christian blogger uses red poster paper, cuts out a heart.  She talks about being sad and the expression "heartbroken" and how God can fix it.  She uses Band-aids to fix the broken red heart (which has been torn in two pieces)...

He heals the brokenhearted and bandages their wounds.” (Psalm NIV) Supplies: Red poster board, black permanent marker, scissors, bandages Prepare: Draw a giant heart on the red poster board using the marker. Have the bandages hand.

How do you rip off a Band-Aid? ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring fillers, items, decorations, accessories and misc

How do you rip off a Band-Aid? ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring fillers, items, decorations, accessories and misc

The "Band-Aid Activity" to teach the difference between fairness and equality for all ages. Fairness doesn't mean each gets the same; rather, fairness is when each gets what he/she needs.

Jewish Special Needs Education: Removing the Stumbling Block: Teaching the Difference Between Fairness and Equality

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