You're really limited only by your imagination when it comes to superhero games and activities -- your guests will most likely have fun doing anything as long as they're in character. Here are some ideas to get you started:
- Have the kids invent their own personal superpowers and demonstrate them to the crowd.
- Make a "superhero training" obstacle course. It doesn't have to be fancy (unless you want to create tiny buildings that the kids can leap in a single bound) -- just use whatever you can find for them to jump over, crawl through and otherwise destroy.
- Create a kryptonite scavenger hunt. Cover rocks with neon-green spray paint and hide them outside.
- Produce a comic book. Have the guests draw pictures of themselves in superhero mode, then staple them all together as a present for the birthday boy or girl.
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- AmazingMoms.com. "Justice League Party." (Accessed Sept. 30, 2010) http://www.amazingmoms.com/htm/party_super_hero.htm
- BrightHub.com. "Planning a Superhero Birthday Party on a Budget." July 31, 2009. (Accessed Sept. 30, 2010). http://www.brighthub.com/money/personal-finance/articles/44260.aspx
- McBride, Healey. "How to Make Easy Super Hero Costumes from Household Items." May 5, 2010. (Accessed Sept. 30, 2010) https://tlc.howstuffworks.com/family/homemade-superhero-craft.htm
- Saltiel, Jennifer. "Superhero Party." (Accessed Sept. 30, 2010) http://www.delish.com/entertaining-ideas/parties/kids-parties/superhero-party-kids
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