Your child will be a SUPERHERO this year!!!
Each student will be honored as “Superhero of the Week” during one week of the school year. During your child’s “Superhero” week each day of the will consist of an exciting event or activity to honor him or her and to help us get to know our special classmate.
Show your child’s superpowers with a “Superhero Poster” (Monday)
You can create a poster board or present digital board highlighting everything special about your child. We ask that you and your child decorate the your presentation board with any information and/or photos that will help us get to know your child. Suggested photos include: picture(s) of him/her as a baby or toddler, a family picture, a picture of pets, or pictures showing the child pursuing a hobby, sport, or interest.
Superbook Pick (Tuesday)
Your superhero reads one of his or her favorite picture books to the class. Your child will tell our class why this particular book is so special.
Hero Mail (Wednesday)
Parents will have the opportunity to write a short letter to the class telling us how special your child is to you. This letter can be emailed to me or you can read the letter live to our class. The content of the letter is up to you, but you may want to choose from one of the following ideas:
- Describe special or funny stories about your child for the class to hear
- Write a silly or serious poem about your child
- Tell us some neat things we may not know about your child
- Share silly or special pictures with a letter describing the pictures
- Write a short story with your child as the main character.
- Create a special video for the class to watch
Should you need any help or an idea for this “special assignment” please let me know and I will be glad to help!
Superhero Interview (Thursday)
Classmates will have the opportunity ask questions all about the "Superhero of the Week" through a structured interview!
Key to the Class Day (Friday)
Your “Superhero” will be treated with with VIP treatment and will receive a super digital friendship book created by his or her classmates.