To start off with, I'm using them as headings for my ABC word wall. Right now I have the kids' names underneath them, and later in the year, I will add sight words as they come up in the curriculum. I took a chance on this because I've never used this before as a large word wall. The kids LOVE it, though, and seem to be connecting to letters quicker than they have in previous years.
I made a reading poster for the library center which worked out really nicely. I think that all kids aspire to be superheroes, so if you tell them that superheroes are also super-READERS, they'll want to be super-readers, too. The kids really recognize the superheroes on the posters around the room because I play Superhero ABC Matching and Superhero Bingo with them.
Here is a great song that I'm going to use during morning message.
I love action songs where kids can pretend to swim, fly, climb, etc. I just found this song, and it's got a really catchy beat, and her voice is very easy to listen to. Her name is Patty Shukla, and I'll be looking into more of her work now that I've discovered this.
Also, I wanted to make a special present for my daughter for her baby shower. Because her husband drew the superheroes that I'm selling on TPT, I had two of them made into stuffed animals. Take a look at Noodle Ninja and Tough Teddy! Adorable, right?
You can have your own drawings or creations made into stuffies, too. The site is called Budsies, and they'll make whatever you send them. It does take a couple months, though, so best not leave it to the last minute.
I hope you all have a SUPER week!