If you‘re looking for a super fun way to bring more Super Why into your life, then with the following activities, you and/or your children will be having plenty of Super Why fun!
Each of the following activity is based on an episode. Feel free to share pictures or information.
Woofster Finds a Home
In this activity, play doggie detective to help the child with letter identification as they search for missing puppies! Make or stick little letters (clear enough to be seen) to small puppies/dogs (hand-made, store bought, stickers) then have your child search for them.
ABC Scrub with me!
Germs are everywhere! Practice the alphabet while teaching your child how to fight off germs. For example, try singing the alphabet song while washing hands.
Put a lot of extra twinkle in your child's bedtime routine. You and your child can create a night-time star scene using the alphabet and lots of sparkles!
Create Personalized magic slippers and improve letter recognition while putting old socks to good use!
Eating the Alphabet
Turn grocery shopping into an alphabetical adventure! Turn eating balanced meals into a delicious alphabet experience.
Secret Codes and Magic Messages
Have your child make secret codes and messages that will appear like magic while they practice writing letters and words.
Build a Tent
Pretend to be a cowboy or cowgirl like the Super Readers by building a tent of sheets and play cowboy/cowgirl games and sing songs.
Have a Dinosaur Dig for your child in your own home while practicing the alphabet.
Write a Play
Write your own play like Princess Pea and Red that can be acted out by friends and family.
A Super Race
Have your child run a race by using literacy skills to complete each part of it.
Help your child practice counting by using the alphabet.
Super Song Super Band
Have your child start a band by writing songs and playing instruments that they have made their selves with everyday items found in your home.
Help your child make an art show by creating his own masterpieces to fill and transform a room in your home into an art museum.
Around Your World
Introduce your child to the seven continents through literacy.
Make a space mobile using the planet's for your child to hang in your home.
In this activity you can teach your child how to recognize different kinds of signs. Along the way they can practice reading, writing, and the alphabet.
Gingerbread Cookie Letters
Your child can learn to follow a recipe and how to bake alphabet cookie letters!
Egg-cellent Alphabet Hunt
You can help your child learn letters and words by creating a super scavenger hunt.
Super Why Guitar
Your child can learn the power of music and practice the alphabet to create and play their own guitar.
Your child can play a game of musical chairs with a new alphabet twist.
Musical Alphabet Chairs
You can help your child learn letters and words by creating a super scavenger hunt
Have a Letter Party
You and your child can create an alphabet party to practice letters and their sounds.
Your child can practice how to memorize while drawing and matching words
Find the Ugly Duckling
Your child can practice the alphabet and find words in this super reader word search.
Make an Invitation
Your child can practice writing skills and learn how to make their own invitation for playdates or parties.
Your child will do arts and crafts to make a spider while practicing letters and spelling.
Make a Clock
Your child can practice telling time while learning how to spell and write numbers.
Ants on a Log
Enjoy a health snack with your child while helping them learn to spell.
Alphabet Corn Maze
Your child will use the alphabet maze to help practice letter identification and letter sounds.
Your child will be encouraged to be outside to play a fun game of hopscotch with a rhyming twist. Using words istead of numbers, your child will be writing, reading, and rhyming.
Your child will not only practice problem solving with puzzles, but will also practice with the alphabet.
Super Street Map
Your child can practice learning to read a map, write, and recognize his community.
Draw your super self
Your child can see how big she really is! Your child can practice drawing, writing, and spelling while she makes a life sized picture of herself.
your child can play hide and seek with an alphabet twist. Using letters as clues, your child can practice problem solving, letter identification and letter sound recognition.
Mixed up, Dress Up
Your child can mix and match outfits for the Super Readers while helping him learn to spell and write.
A Surprise Party
Your child can plan a surprise party for a friend or family member while practicing writing and practicing their alphabet.
Your child can make their own book about manners and practice their writing skills.
Finger Puppet Show
Your child will do arts and crafts making finger puppets, while also practicing alphabet, spelling and writing skills.
Missing Letters Mystery
Your child can go on a hunt for missing letters, while practicing writing and letter identification.
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