"There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child. There are seven million." -Walter Streightiff

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Super Heroes

This week brought out the "Superhero" in all of us as it was filled with action-packed adventures...

We had superhero capes to wear- each our own special colors with our initials on the back. 

At times, we wore masks to hide our identity. Who are those masked kids?
To be a superhero, you have to train hard. Kicking and punching the bag helped us build up our strength and stamina.
Super Orbs helped us gain power, each color giving us something special.

We had a cave just like Batman for hiding out.
We kept Superman safe with a game of  "Superman, Superman, Who Took Your Kryptonite?"
Spiderman's spiderweb helped us train, as we sang to the tune of "Five Little Ducks":
One superhero went out to play, along Spiderman's web one day,
He (She) had such enormous fun, he (she) called for another superhero to come.

Superhero ABC by Bob McCleod is an all-time favorite around here. It helped us decide what our super powers would be.
Super Duck was quite a hero in a book by the same name by Jez Alborough. 
We read about Eliot Jones, Midnight Superhero who by Ann Cottringer. Eliot is quiet by day and a superhero by night.
A mission to save superheroes everywhere was our last quest...
We're off to save the world!

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