In the movie, Quentin’s love Margo suddenly disappears — leaving behind cryptic clues for Quentin to decipher. The search leads Quentin and his friends on an exhilarating adventure! Last weekend I invited 3 of my fantastic teacher friends over to my classroom for a fun scrapbooking party!
If you know a teacher, then you know how much we LOVE sharing memories! Not to mention CRAFTS! Laura teaches kindergarten and Kathryn, Jacque, and I are first grade teachers. We are crafty and creative!
We had a blast watching Paper Towns in my classroom and creating special scrapbooking pages together! I even had my HP Envy printer hooked up so we could print off pictures from our phones.
It was fun spending time with my friends. We laughed about things that have happened recently and talked about the trips we have most recently taken.
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Paper Towns Movie Review:
The movie was very well writing. A coming of age story of finding purpose and the search for self. Paper towns and paper people going through the motions. The question is are they really living and what does that look and feel like? Can we possible expect to live every moment feeling exhilaration? We see that we have moments and experiences that bring us that wonderful rapid heartbeat but we can not expect those feelings all the time or we will be searching FOREVER!
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