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Marvel or DC Super Heroes

Marvel or DC Super Heroes

Marvel or DC Super Heroes

Growing up, I always wondered what kind of super power I would like. In fact, in some getting to know you exercises, I tend to ask the same question! After all, you can find out a lot about a person by their answer.

Your kids are no different, you know. In all the comic book based movie series coming out, I can guarantee you that every child has a super hero that they admire, and odds are, if you let the child talk long enough, you’re going to know exactly who that is. Just like the Disney princesses I talked about before, you can find costumes and figures almost anywhere you’d go looking for them. It’s great for your child’s imagination, and in most cases, you’re going to find a great role model for your child in the form of Clark Kent, Barry Allen, Matt Murdock, and Steve Rogers (well, before that whole H.Y.D.R.A fiasco).

Most alter egos are completely relatable to some children, so let them expand their imagination and teach them to fight for truth and justice.

Always be you, unless you can be Batman.