The Commerce Township Library started off their summer reading program with a really fun Super Heroes Day!
There were lots of fun activities and projects.
They provided precut masks that were cut out of different colors of thin foam sheets. Small holes were punched on each side and elastic string was tied onto each hole to hold the mask on. Lots of great materials were provided to decorate the masks – stickers, foam stickers, markers – but the FAVORITE was glitter glue!
The kids loved putting on these “HULK” type gloves and crashing through cardboard blocks and large Legos.
They were also invited to draw any type of Super Hero they wanted to. Anna drew Super Blue-y – based on her favorite stuffed dog.
I loved these capes made from brown paper grocery bags. These were also precut in a simple cape shape and ribbon ties were attached at the top. Larger stickers were provided, along with markers and more glitter glue!
I’m always happy when they include movement activities in the fun. They taped and tied red string in a crisscross design to make a pretend laser course for the kids to crawl through. Another fun detail was the Super Hero duct tape they used to hold the string in place!
Thanks Commerce Library, for another great day!