Superhero Kids: Drawing, Writing, and a Little Math and Science




This superhero art lesson will make your students feel and look like superheroes!  Using fun drawing games and idea pages, students will draw a superhero self-portrait and write about their powers, admirable qualities, and outstanding achievements.

The great thing about this art activity is whether you teach art, language arts, math or science, there is a little something for you in this lesson …  and lots of integration.  School counselors might even like to use this lesson to teach about the admirable qualities and outstanding achievements of a hero.

Links are included for TED-ED videos that show the math and science needed to be a superhero.  When you are finished with this lesson, your students might just think you are a superhero, too!

What You Get:

  • 4 Pages of illustrated teacher instructions
  • 4 Pages of vocabulary activities
  • 1 Superhero Page (graphic organizer of info)
  • 1 Page of logo making practice (2 per page)
  • 2 Pages of Admirable Qualities (2 reading levels)
  • 2 Pages of Superhero Powers (more difficult concepts on the 2nd page)
  • 4 Pages of Drawing sheets (2 “How to” pages and 2 “Roll & Draw” pages)
  • 2 Pages of Drawing Practice (finish the superhero kid drawing)
  • 1 Page for the finished superhero drawing
  • 3 Story writing/illustrating pages
  • 1 Page Superhero Checklist for students to keep track of their progress
  • 1 Page of rubrics (2 per page)

>>>>> A total of 26 pages.


  • Art
  • Science
  • Math


Easily download this PDF with a link that is automatically emailed to you immediately after your purchase and you can begin drawing right away!


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