This adjective exercise will prepare kids for writing and reading nonfiction stories about real-life heroes.
This coloring page features a caped crusader coming to the rescue after an accident.
What kid wouldn't want to make his own superhero? Make it easy for him with a cute cut-and-paste project that lets him put together cool superhero outfits.
It all starts with letters. In this activity from PBS KIDS' Super Why! your child will work on recognizing the letters in his or her name.
Super you! Play this "simon says" style game where each player has the chance to be the super leader while boosting their vocab skills at the same time.
Letter awareness is an important early literacy super power. This activity from Super Why!'s Princess Presto helps your child build those important skills.
Let your child pretend to be a superhero and write a story about his super powers. He'll get some valuable handwriting practice in the process.