Super Hero Day in Pre-K

Hello and happy Saturday. As promised earlier, I’m going to share with you what I did for my last class with the Pre-K boys and how I assembled their gift bags.

I’d sent parents a note the previous week to please send candy for the gift bags, and also to have the boys take mask or super heroes accessories to school for our class. The accessories helped set the mood.

Our first activity was decorating these masks I found over at the stuck-on-glue blog.

 

 

We then had a little singing session, in which I taught the boys the theme songs for Batman and Spiderman.

Before I gave the boys their gift bags, we did a little directed drawing. I drew on the board and the boys had their own paper and markers.

For this activity, I used a video from Art for Kids Hub.

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of my boys told me “Cami, your Batman looks funny.” What do you think?

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the end, it was time for the gift bags. I’d asked parents for candy to fill them. I then put the bags inside a huge Amazon box I’d gotten and decorated it with stickers.

I also gave each kid a super hero tag. Each tag has the boy’s name on top, and the font is called SuperDie; you can find it at DaFont.com, and says “Thank you for a super year! Love, Cami.”

On the back of each tag I glued the symbol of a super hero. I chose Batman, Captain America, Superman, Green Lantern, and Flash. I laminated the tags with Contact paper and cut the edges for them to look like badges. I put these inside the boys’ agendas.

So, yes, that’s what I did for my last class with pre-k. What did you do? Let me know!

Happy teaching and happy summer!

Love,

Miss Camila

 

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