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Superhero Mask Craft (Flex Camp)

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Mrs. Jessica (MEd in Elementary Education)
Rising Star
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(218)
In this 4 week, flexible schedule class, students will enhance their listening skills and look at pictures of the superhero story each week. Afterwards, students will participate in creating and sharing their own superhero mask!

Class experience

Students will improve their listening skills and following directions given by teacher. 
The items needed to complete the Spider-Man mask are:

1 white paper plate
red, black, and gray acrylic paint (doesn't necessarily need to be acrylic)
single hole punch
yarn (string)
paintbrush
scissors (if not comfortable, parent can assist their child)
pencil
cup of water
paper towel


The items needed to complete the Incredible Hulk mask are:

1 white paper plate
green acrylic paint (doesn't necessarily need to be acrylic) or crayons/markers
black & white construction paper
single hole punch
yarn (string)
paintbrush
glue stick
scissors (if not comfortable, parent can assist their child)
pencil
cup of water
paper towel

The items needed to complete the Iron Man mask are:

1 white paper plate
red and gold or yellow acrylic paint (doesn't necessarily need to be acrylic)
single hole punch
yarn (string)
paintbrush
scissors (if not comfortable, parent can assist their child)
pencil
cup of water
paper towel

The items needed to complete the Captain America mask are:

1 white paper plate
blue acrylic paint (doesn't necessarily need to be acrylic) or crayons or markers
1 white construction paper
single hole punch
yarn (string)
paintbrush
scissors (if not comfortable, parent can assist their child)
pencil
cup of water
paper towel
glue


The items needed to complete the Captain America shield are:

1 white paper plate
red and blue acrylic paint (doesn't necessarily need to be acrylic) or crayons or markers
1 white construction paper
paintbrush
scissors (if not comfortable, parent can assist their child)
pencil
cup of water
paper towel
stapler or hot glue gun (Parent will need to assist their child)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Parents will need to assist their student when completing the hands on mask activity. Students will need scissors for each mask to cut out the eye shapes for the superheroes. Also, for our last activity involving Captain America in week four, parents have the option to use a stapler or hot glue gun for our shield craft (this way students are able to hold their shield just like Cap). 
Rising Star
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(218)
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"Creativity is intelligence having fun." 
- Albert Einstein

Welcome! My name is Jessica (Teacher Jessica). I have my Master's in Elementary Education (multiple subjects)! I have taught in the 6th grade classroom, and as of the last four years I... 
Flex Class

$9

weekly or $35 for 4 weeks
4 weeks

Completed by 3 learners
No live video meetings
Ages: 3-6

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