Super Hero Kit​

Perfect for a revamp of teaching citizenship and classroom procedures, taking a look into modern heroism and compare character traits with classic literature or for Hulk smashing your way through new standards, this kit encourages all students to find the hero within themselves. My spidey senses are telling me that this is exactly what your classroom needs to take engagement to the next level.

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8 plastic superhero masks

26 felt superhero masks

28 capes

27 felt masks

1 plain black wall covering 

4 plastic superhero plastic table cloths to hang from the ceiling

10 drawstring bags

1 superhero fabric backdrop

9 Comic book signs

5 dice

Two-sided counters

10 dry erase “calling all superhero” task cards

10 envelopes 

4 decorative building boxes

1 black table cloth to hang from the ceiling

 

 

Flash

Complete a math fact quiz at Flash speeds

Ant Man & The Wasp

divide or subtract numbers to get smaller and smaller, have students complete a workbook page printed on ¼ of a page so its really small

Hulk

Wear hulk hands to touch answers on the smartboard; or possibly techniques to control one’s anger

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman’s Lasso of Truth: Why is it important to tell the truth?

Thor

Thor’s Hammer heavy magnet science: why is it so difficult to pick up the magnet?

Spiderman

Spiderman’s Sticky Fingers: investigate how velcro works and see how much weight velcro can hold; or throw the velcro ball against the velcro wall and solve the problem you landed on.

Superman

Superman’s Freeze Breath and Heat Vision: investigate the properties of hot and cold

Ironman

Build your own Ironman: use recycled materials to create your own Ironman prototype (tin cans, milk jugs, etc.)

Batman

Use Batman’s detective skills to find a solution to this logic problem.

Green Arrow

Use Green Arrow’s perfect aim to hit a target problem, then solve that problem

Green Lantern

Use Green Lantern’s ring to make shapes from these geometric shape tiles.

  • “We laid a sheet down on the floor, used pillow fluff as clouds, used black and yellow paper to make buildings on the bottom, and had the students lay down on the floor wearing a cape to look like they were flying!”

See the Super Hero Classroom Transformation Kit in Action