Spiderman Homecoming Movie Review

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Released in 2017 Spiderman makes a come back in Spiderman Homecoming starring the new Spidey boy Tom Holland. I enjoyed the witty banter between Tony and Peter, it showed they have a father and son type relationship. The villain played masterfully by Michael Keaton was quite the road block for Peter and finding out he was the father of the girl Peter liked made it all the more terrifying. Tom Holland who played the titular Spiderman did a great job of being both Peter Parker the high school tech wiz and spidey the throwing one liners crime fighter. I also enjoyed the new Mj she was funny in every scene she was in and I want to see her more in the next Spiderman films. Can’t wait to see Spiderman Far from home looking forward to seeing the characters again and the new villian played by Jake Gyllenhaal.

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What Have You Done At Seeds That Makes You Feel Proud?

We were created for meaningful work, and one of life’s greatest pleasures is the satisfaction of a job well done.
-John C. Maxwell

At SEEDs for Autism, we create many opportunities for our participants to experience a sense of accomplishment, build self-esteem and achieve a feeling of satisfaction for a job well done. We asked our participants to share their thoughts on the things they’ve done at SEEDs that make them feel proud. 

JUSTIN M.
I made some earrings in jewelry at SEEDs that made me feel proud. It was very easy to do.

CONNOR
I have done and made so many things at Seeds, but to pick what makes me most proud is difficult. The things I make that I’m most proud of are stuff I make in the Wood Department. I love turning the wood, and Ed (instructor) says I’m very good at it.

DERRICK
In the Metal department I made metal ostriches with Lenny’s (instructor) help. It made me feel good because it took a good amount of time and effort finish the ostriches.  It made me feel proud enough to finish them.

CHRIS
What I’ve been doing at SEEDS was that I improved a lot on my abilities to adapt to different situations in each class. Like when someone in my class is having a bad moment, I would ask staff if I could take a break to avoid getting involved. Or when I helped my peers by showing them what I do in one of my classes. I have become patient with everybody at SEEDS and helped out at the front desk. I have also learned how to manage my anger by taking breaks. Overall, SEEDS helped me improve on my behavior and this makes me proud.

KYLE D.
Spa is my favorite department at Seeds. I’m good at making soap. It makes me feel proud.

JARED
Social Skills is my favorite department at Seeds. I’m good at listening. I’m good at communicating. It makes me feel proud.

KERI
Something I did at Seeds that made me feel proud was that I made a nice ceramic cactus soap dish and painted it well. It was nice and I felt good about it.

Struggling With Something New: What did you do to improve?

A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor.
-Franklin D. Roosevelt

When met with new experiences, it is often a struggle to overcome obstacles and improve – but this is how we GROW! At SEEDs for Autism we encourage and empower our participants to face challenges and develop the inner strength to persist and keep trying. We asked some of our participants to write about a time when they struggled with something new – and what they did to improve. 

DANIEL N.
There was a time when I struggled with weight training so I worked hard to gain physical strength. I trained with lighter weights then as I got stronger I dialed up the resistance to build muscle in the back which are the most critical muscles for bench press. I won my weight division in both bench and dead lift.

NATHAN B
There was a time where I struggled at Fry’s which is where I work. When I first got hired at Fry’s I was very nervous and I had no I idea what to do really. I struggled in the beginning. I would bag the wrong things together, I would not do a very good job on carts by only doing a few at a time, and one time I accidentally hit a customers a car with one of the shopping carts. Let’s just say my early times at Fry’s were a struggle. But I didn’t give up and over time I got better and better at Fry’s to eventually thriving at Fry’s. That is how I struggled with something new and overcame that obstacle.

MICHAEL S
I struggled with math in High School. To improve I slowed down my answers. I worked out the problem first. Then I got better at math.

ISAIAH
I struggle sometimes when I work on something hard like moving heavy objects. Now when I lift heavy boxes or heavy packages I prove to be mature because I don’t use bad language and yelling and screaming.

MARVEL: Future Avengers (Review)

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the animated tv series MARVEL: Future Avengers. This series is comprised of 39 episodes (26 episodes in Season 1/13 episodes in Season 2).

 

The main protagonists in this series are Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Wasp, Hulk, Black Panther, Spider-Man, Falcon, Iron Fist, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Ms. Marvel, Captain Marvel, Chloe (Future Avenger)(Power: Shape-Shifter), Adi (Future Avenger)(Power: TechnoPath-the ability to communicate/manipulate machines) and Makoto (Future Avenger)(Power: Wind-based abilities).

 

The main antagonists in this series are Red Skull, Enchantress, Deadpool, Winter Soldier, Klaw, Loki, Leader, Kang the Conqueror and the Inhumans (Lockjaw-Giant Bulldog/Power: Teleportation, Crystal-Medusa’s Sister/Power: Elemental-based abilities, Triton-Black Bolt’s brother/Fish-Human hybrid, Karnak-Black Bolt’s cousin/Martial Artist, Maximus the Mad-Black Bolt’s brother/Power: Mind-Control, Medusa-the Inhumans’ queen/Power: Super-Strong, Prehensile hair and Black Bolt-the Inhumans’ king/Power: a Destructive, HyperSonic voice).

 

In conclusion, I found that this series ultimately showcases the goal of passing on the Torch of Dreams, Ideals and Success onto the next generation and henceforth.

(Avengers and the Future Avengers)

(The Inhumans)

 

CRUSADERS For The Future (update: April 2019)

Hey Everybody, It’s Chris M. I work at SEEDS For Autism as one of its clients. I’m also working on a dream project called “CRUSADERS For The Future” which I hope to make into a new video game. Do you remember that? Now, here are some updates on my progress.

I’m now working on a game proposal to present to a company. I’ve been reaching out to their representatives to see if they would be interested in helping me with my project, which typically they would ignore. Then, I contacted one video game developer and they sent an actual response, saying they are interested and want to see more, even though I’m new to making game proposals. I’m still working on my proposal so I can show the developer what my game will be.

This has been a dream project. Wish me luck!

Marvel Spotlight: Brie Larson

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Jake M.

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Brie Larson stars in the new Captain Marvel movie.

Plot Summary from IMDB: Captain Marvel is an extraterrestrial Kree warrior who finds herself caught in the middle of an intergalactic battle between her people and the Skrulls. Living on Earth in 1995, she keeps having recurring memories of another life as U.S. Air Force pilot Carol Danvers. With help from Nick Fury, Captain Marvel tries to uncover the secrets of her past while harnessing her special superpowers to end the war with the evil Skrulls.

Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (Review)

Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the TV series Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. This series consists of 52 episodes total (2 seasons/ 26 episodes each).

The main protagonists are Iron Man, Ant-Man/Giant-Man/Yellowjacket, Hulk, Thor and Wasp. The main season 1 protagonists are Captain America, Black Panther and Hawkeye. The main season 2 protagonists are Ms. Marvel and Vision.

 

The main antagonists are Kang the Conqueror, Dr. Doom, Ultron, Ronan the Accuser, Super-Skrull and Galactus.

 

Iron Man’s main antagonists are MODOK and Crimson Dynamo.

 

Hulk’s main antagonists are Absorbing Man, Abomination, the Leader and Red Hulk.

 

Thor’s main antagonists are Loki, Enchantress, Malekith the Accursed, Surtur and Destroyer.

 

Captain America’s main antagonists are Red Skull, Baron Zemo and Winter Soldier.

 

Black Panther’s main antagonists are Ulysses Klaw and Man-Ape.

 

In conclusion, I personally found this series to be a perfect origin point to the Avengers franchise. Thus, I end this article with a famous Avengers quote: Avengers, Assemble!