In Deb Pilutti’s book, Ten Rules of being a Superhero, Rule #3 states that “every superhero has at least one superpower”.
This fun activity has children designing a superhero version of themselves. Help boost their self-esteem and get them thinking about their character strengths / superpowers. Hint, they probably have more than they realize!
Design and create a superhero identity card. After doing an obstacle course or completing their superhero workout, place a sticker or a stamp inside the “official stamp” box to make it official!
How to use
- Have your child draw a Superhero version of him/herself.
- In the four speech bubbles provided, help your child write some of his/her superpowers.
(see the list of superpowers on the Superhero I.D. card for some ideas)
- Fill out the Superhero I.D. Card, cut, fold in half, and glue together to assemble the card.
- Optional: cut out the drawing and superpowers and arrange it on construction paper to display.
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