Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Super Hero Puppets!

Nine kids today. They chose their fabric, and cut it out using a pattern I gave them. They sewed the edges, turned it inside out. Then they could 'dress' it with buttons, felt, pipe cleaners, yarn and more. Before we started, I had the kids create their own imaginary super hero. I asked them to make a list of traits. Here's what they came up with:
The Incredible Dog
has blue cap
great sniff
eye sight
shoots laser from eye

Safety Penguin
can fly with cape
freeze villain with frostbite attack
good eye sight
can freeze them in a belt and move them around with sonic boom freeze

Super Fashion Girl

able to sense ugly clothes
x-ray vision
good sense of fashion

Long dirty blond hair
Polka dot skirt
Pretty shirt
Flashy sunglasses
Cute purse

Softball Girl
She can throw softballs at you
She can fly and is invisible
She can shoot softballs with fire coming out her hand

Super Girl
Super speed
Lazer beams
Super strength
Heat vision
Super popular
She does both good and bad

Dog Girl
Super speed
Super hearing
Heat vision
Super strength
Super vision
Works for good

Super Gal
See through anything
Do anything fast
Walk through anything
Shoot lava out of hands
Shoot water and ice out of eyes
Dresses fashionably
Talk to anything or anyone
When she’s mad, powers turn twice as mad
When she’s sad, no powers

Super Cheerleader
Super vision
Hits with her pompoms
Jumps really high in the air
Runs really fast
When she does the spilts, she kicks you

Under Squirrel
Has orange cape
Hits villains with nuts
He could carry things stronger than a building
He could fly faster than a jet
x-ray vision
lives under a rock
He eats acorns
He likes to water ski

1 comment:

Sarah said...

Creativity explosion! Everyone did such a fantastic job creating their super hero puppets. I was so impressed!