The Identification - Each child was fingerprinted and given an i.d. when they signed in. The kids were so excited to have a new name.
The Games - Flying, running, jumping, coloring, villain chasing...
|Skyline Coloring - This took about an hour to create and it's still being used! You need a $.99 roll of white paper, a thick permanent marker, a straight edge, and a glass of wine. |
|Villain Crushing - The superheros had to stomp out the villains that invaded the kitchen.|
|Capture This! The older girls (around 8) loved this more than anything. We had some modeling going on with begging for more pictures. I will include a few snapshots of their superhero modeling in the thank you cards.|
|Two styrofoam balls were attached to a dowel to create superhero strength.|
The Favors - In addition to the capes and candy buckets the children received a mask and a Certificate of Achievement.
And that's a Superhero Training birthday! A big thank you to all the parents and party planners who have done a superhero party because you gave me so much inspiration.