Hypnotize: to produce hypnosis in someone, or to completely influence someone
The superhero kept the city safe by hypnotizing all of the citizens and making them wear mask.
Chocolate Covered Spiderman Strawberries
The United States Marine Corps (also known as USMC) is one of the five branches of the military of the United States in the United States Department of Defense. It was created in 1775 as a special maritime service. Samuel Nicholas founded it. He was the first commissioned office in the Corps. The birthplace of the Marines is in Philadelphia at the Tun Tavern. Although it is part of the U.S. Naval Service, it is a separate military branch with its own special ranking structure.
The Marines have been involved in many conflicts, and had important roles in key battles. Every Marine receives infantry training to be ready for battle at all times. Marine Corps training is also known for being especially challenging; at 13 weeks long, Marine Recruit Training is the longest basic training of the four military branches. United States Marines place a large emphasis on morale. This is reflected in their motto, semper fidelis (meaning “always faithful”).
When someone needs help, a superhero always steps in to save them! In this challenge, the superhero must get through the “lasers” to save the prisoner from the villain!
Materials: string, strong tape or a place to tie the string between, something to be the prisoner (stuffed animal, ball, etc.)
Instructions: Set the prisoner on one side of the space. Tape or tie string at varying angles and heights across the space having them intersect occasionally. Now, the superhero must get through the obstacles without touching the string, or lasers, and then save the prisoner and bring them back through the lasers. See how fast you can do it!
Are you looking for more ways to enjoy Superhero Week?
If you said YES, check out the links below!
1.Superhero Brain Breaks
Want a fun way to get your kids off of the video games for a few minutes or just a fun way to burn calories to burn off some energy? Click this link for easy ways to do that!
2. Superhero Word Families
Here’s a cool way to teach your elementary kids new words before school opens back up.
3. Superhero Yoga for kids
Breathe in…..Breathe out….Now click the link for more ways to relax at home like a superhero
4. No Sew Superhero Capes
It’s a Bird, it’s a plane, and it’s your family! Grab your supplies and create your own cape together using items you can find at your local store.