Merida

I know someone who's projector at the theater went out at this point. the suspense.

Brave - Princess Merida-today, watching "Brave", the students were going on and on about how Princess Merida looked just like me. My response: "That's pretty unfortunate for her, I'd say!"

Brave - Princess Merida-today, watching "Brave", the students were going on and on about how Princess Merida looked just like me. My response: "That's pretty unfortunate for her, I'd say!

Merida and her trusty steed Angus from Brave...because they are insanely awesome :)

Merida with her horse Angus. Merida and Mulan are my fav Disney heroines for sure

Fate be changed, look inside. Mend the bond, torn by pride.

"Fate be changed, look inside. Mend the bond, torn by pride." I really enjoyed this movie, reminds me not to let my pride ruin a bond.

Merida y Angus se encuentran con los espíritus del bosque

Merida chases after the Will o' the Wisp, while the rather reluctant Angus looks art

Hahaha I love this part! And this entire movie :)

I've always loved the little smirk Tarzan has on his face at this part in the movie

King Fergus teaching his little daughter Merida how to shoot with a bow and arrow. :) <3

*MERIDA & KING FERGUS ~ Brave, Fergus teaching his little daughter Merida how to shoot with a bow and arrow.

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“The mother-daughter relationship is not often explored in this way, certainly not where the mother becomes massively powerful and also utterly helpless.” - Emma Thompson on her character Queen Elinor from “Brave.” Read the full interview.

Look at this photo. What do you see? Do you know the name of the movie? (Up) How do you know? If you were inside this house how would you feel? Follow with a small group discussion. Ask the students to do a whole group shout out, or short written response. *This written response may be done as a collective piece where students either share the pen, or dictate their sentence. Read their story aloud. Ask them to read it!

Look at this photo. What do you see? Do you know the name of the movie? (Up) How do you know? If you were inside this house how would you feel? Follow with a small group discussion. Ask the students to do a whole group shout out, or short written response. *This written response may be done as a collective piece where students either share the pen, or dictate their sentence. Read their story aloud. Ask them to read it!

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