I haven’t always had a theme for my classroom but I’ve decided I really like having one. For me, having a theme makes putting the room together easier. The last two years I’ve had a detective theme. If you missed the post, you can see a little bit of what I did with it here. I decided I needed something new, so this year I’m sporting a superhero theme and I’m enjoying it so far. Taking a page from Beth Newingham’s book (figuratively speaking), I decided to dress my kids up as superheroes for…
Celebrate Your Inner Superhero with National Superhero Day
Did you know that April 28th is National Superhero Day? It's a day to celebrate all superheroes, especially the ones in your classroom! Your students don't have to fly through the air, have magical powers, or fight villains to be superheroes. We all have superhero powers... we just have to figure out what they are and unleash them. So, what superpowers do our students have? No, it's not forgetting homework, losing pencils, or picking their noses :) (although they are pretty good at all of…
Superhero Activities #superherocrafts
anchor chart-superhero Continuing our theme of superhero activities (see my previous post here), we have done a few literacy based centers using “You can be an Everyday Superhero”. This post contains some great literacy center ideas with 3 FREE printables! We started off by making this anchor chart (the students coloured in the superhero’s face): I asked… Continue reading Superhero Activities
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