Have you ever heard somebody call someone else “My Hero?” There are all kinds of heroes. Some heroes are super, and some are the everyday kind. Most importantly, it’s someone who does something nice and good for other people. What do you think makes someone a hero?
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Things to Do Together
- Talk about what it means to be a hero – there are many people around the world who would be considered heroes. What special powers do they have? A hero can be anyone that does something they have a fear of but is brave enough to still do something. Heroes overcome obstacles – what are some of the obstacles that you have overcome?
- Put on a superhero “cape” (such as a sheet, towel, or long sleeve t-shirt) and pretend to be superheroes! What would YOUR superpower be if you had one?
Ways to Move Together
- Spiderweb walking activity! You’ll just need painter’s tape and some open space on the floor. Practice walking, hopping, and one-leg jumping on the web, trying not to touch the floor
At the end of the week, reflect on what you read, and what you did.
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