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This would also be cute in a lego museum. Make a quick and easy Lego zip line to test out slopes, angles, gravity and tension plus engineering skills. Lego zip lines are fun!

Laser beam superhero challenge. Can you go under and over the laser beams and save the teddy from the baddies?

Part of the ideal outdoor classroom.spatial skills, personal negotiations, physical control, hand eye coordination, understanding of connections for the string.so many possibilities!

Students practice recognizing and ordering numbers or letters with these fun Superhero theme puzzles. These are perfect for math centers, language centers, homework or early finishers. Each puzzle is editable so you can create the perfect sequences to align with what you are teaching. By Pink Cat Studio

Number Sense Sequencing Puzzles and Letters Puzzles - Superhero Theme

Students practice recognizing and ordering numbers or letters with these fun Superhero theme puzzles.

Foam superhero backdrop tutorial- lots of party ideas you can adapt for a superhero classroom!

How to Create a Superhero Backdrop

The next post I bring you in my superhero party tutorials contains my ideas about how to create a superhero backdrop.

Superhero Phonebook (abcDoes idea!) - focus was on 2-digit numbers so children had to read the numbers and use the phone to dial the superhero of choice

) - focus was on numbers so children had to read the numbers and use the phone to dial the superhero of choice

Duct Tape Craft for Boys – Velcro Arm Bands.  Have these pre-made and let boys choose color and attachments? On day they make swords.  Or would there be time for both?

Duct Tape Craft for Boys – Velcro Arm Bands

Duct Tape Craft for Boys – Velcro Arm Bands. Have these pre-made and let boys choose color and attachments? On day they make swords.

Superhero speech bubbles

Idea could be adapted to engage any interest depending on theme/ topic. Maybe linked to story book etc

measuring up.... Learning about cities and towns using Numicon shapes to measure. Provocation, loose parts, math, equivalence, balance, area, capacity, urban and rural.

I love it when a project crosses curriculum boundaries, and connects the dots among different areas of study -- say, Soc.


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