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!

This resource is an extension activity for our Weekly Storybook-based Activity Guide to the book “Ten Rules of Being a Superhero“.

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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

  1. Have your child draw a Superhero version of him/herself.
  2. 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)
  3. Fill out the Superhero I.D. Card, cut, fold in half, and glue together to assemble the card.
  4. Optional: cut out the drawing and superpowers and arrange it on construction paper to display.

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