These sites are about famous comic book superheroes and their special powers. Includes Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, Spiderman, and more. There are videos, games, and student descriptions of their own imaginary superheroes. There is also a link to eThemes resources on “The Incredibles”.
Warner Brothers: Batman
Use the "Heroes" link on the left to learn more about the characters in the Batman series. There are links to video clips and games. NOTE: There is a link to an unmoderated message board and includes ads.
Warner Brothers: Superman
Use the "Heroes" link on the left to learn more about the characters in the Superman series. There are links to video clips and games. NOTE: There is a link to an unmoderated message board.
Click on "Comics" to learn more about a particular comic book superhero and his/her special powers. "Graphic Novels" shows the covers of many comic books. NOTE: Site includes a link to unmoderated message boards and ads.
This is a list of adjectives that can be used to describe the villians that battle with superheroes.
This is a list of adjectives that can be used to describe superheroes.
Super Hero Party
This site offers game ideas related to superheroes. NOTE: This site includes ads.
The Museum of Black Superheroes
This site compiles information about black superheroes. Includes articles, discussions, exhibits and images featuring superheroes of color.
ReadWriteThink: My Favorite Superheroes
Use a printable pdf worksheet to list students' favorite superheroes and the superheroes' character traits.
Guiding Questions for Exploring Superheroes
A one-page pdf is guiding questions for exploring superheroes.
eThemes Resource: The Incredibles
These sites are about the movie "The Incredibles". Find out how movie was made, character development, and inspiration behind the movie. Includes lesson plans that use The Incredibles as a theme to teach about poverty, injustices, superheroes, and character analysis. There are also links to eThemes Resources on Superheroes, Heroes and Celebrities, and Team Building Activities for Elementary Students.
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