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Superhero - Up Up and Away

11/25/15 10:00 AM

How about a superhero who can rescue the chennaites from the rain?
Kids unanimously love superheroes so you could help them develop their character. For instance what will they be called -- may be a Super M for Mridula or Goutham the Great?
What will be thier superpower/abilities? Can they fly or have the power to freeze things? Drinking milk could replenish their lost powers may be :)

1. Download and print this picture. Trace it onto a thick card stock or chart.
2. Cut along the outline. For a girl superhero cut the hair along the dotted line.
3. Have the kids come up with a costume complete with initials, gadgets.
4. Cut the shape of the cape on a red piece of cloth/paper. Stick the ends at the back of the superhero figure such that the edges fold under the neck.
5. Stick it onto an ice cream stick and zoom away!

Now these will inspire hours of pretend play.

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Craft for a rainy day

11/24/15 10:42 AM

More rain. Schools still closed.
So here is something that you can do with your kids.
This is a great time to talk about the weather. What people do, wear in different kinds of weather. From making snow angels to jumping in muddy puddles, weather can be fun.

And its even more fun to make a weather wheel.
1. Download and print this picture. (You could also draw these instead)
2. Have the kids color and name them
3. Stick it onto a chart or paper plate and hang/stick it in their room
4. Have the kids check the weather everyday (or at differnt points during the day).

You can also add a movable dial using a split pin (available in stationery shops).


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