Do your kids like superheros? Both my kids are obsessed! Every day my son discusses with me which superhero he’s going to be that day and he likes to choose one for me and his sister too (although she’s always Robin, his faithful sidekick.) Alsong with some other bloggers today I’m sharing some of my favourite posts from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom. Jill, who writes it, has been pretty ill recently and we thought that by sharing her posts it would be a nice way to introduce her blog to some new readers and as I know you’re going to love these free superhero activity sheets it should be a great way to drive some traffic her way too! There’s Antman, Avengers and Big Hero 6 activity packs with free colouring sheets and all sorts of goodies so take a look below and do go and check them out!
Free Antman Activity Pack
I want to see Antman so badly, the trailer looks hilarious! This downloadable pack includes Antman colouring sheets, a mask craft, spot the difference, a maze, a matching pairs game and loads more. Click here to visit Enchanted Homeschooling Mom and download it for free!
Free Avengers Activity Pack
My kids are too young to watch the Avengers films but that doesn’t mean they don’t know everything about the characters, we even bought Thor and Hulk toys ‘from’ my daughter as a gift to get big brother when she was born! This great activity pack includes Avengers: Age of Ultron colouring pages and a memory game and you can download it here over at Enchanted Homeschooling Mom!
Free Big Hero 6 Activity Packs
There are lots of free Big Hero 6 activity packs over at Enchanted Homeschooling Mom which I’m really looking forward to downloading and using here at our house!
- You can download some free Big Hero 6 colouring pages here
- This great printable teaches you how to draw Hero and Baymax
- You can find a free Big Hero 6 Party Pack here which includes invitations, thank you cards and banners.
- Officially these Big Hero 6 ornaments are for the holidays, but I think my son would like to decorate his room with them!
If you (and your kids!) love superhero crafts and activities don’t forget to foolw my board on Pinterest for loads more ideas!
Follow Kate Williams CraftsonSea’s board Superhero Crafts and Activities on Pinterest.
Hopefully this post will have enticed you over to visit Jill’s blog – I know as soon as my son see’s this I’ll be spending a lot of time over there printing out all these cool things! Do go and have a look at some of these other posts too – as you’ll see there’s loads of great resources which I’m sure you’re going to love.