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Ice Trapped Supers

Aside from the super hero training this was one of my favorite activities to watch the kids do.  I knew this was going to be a fun activity and once the heroes were frozen I had a hard time waiting to do the activity.

We had to wait a couple days because of rain but finally the weather was perfect for some outside fun.

Now that my supers were trained it was their turn to save their favorite super hero friends. 

Set up: 
  • put the heroes in a container and fill it with water then place it in the freezer. 
  • fill squirt guns with hot/warm water
  • pull to frozen hero ice block out of the freezer 
  • squirt the ice with the hot water or 'laser beams' as we called it to free the heroes
We did this activity around the same time as Jerry's break so he was able to join in the super hero saving! 






They tried standing up first then got down closer to the ice block for faster melting.




Once the ice was looking thin Jerry picked up the block and threw it on the ground and shattered the ice
Doll Dragon thought this was awesome!  She enjoys seeing change, especially change she causes so she picked up some of the supers who still had a big of ice on them and tried shattering it by throwing them on the ground.

Little Dragon just kept squirting.  He is a huge fan of guns so he was perfectly content holding on the the gun.

 Once the ice was shattered each person focused on one hero to free. 




When the supers were all free there was some playing with the squirt guns


















and some straight up shooting the super heroes.

I guess you could call this an example of power
"I will hold you here while I shoot you!"

Thanks for reading and check out more of my super hero activities here. 

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