Super Hero and Frozen Preschool Fun at Home

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On the weekends my kids (3 and 5) and I have what we call “Cody School” to teach them some new things and quite frankly for a free activity to do at home.  During “Cody School” I put on the an old cat puppet named Cody and use a fun high pitched voice to interact with the kids.  This started as a one time thing, but my daughter will now only only participate with Cody so it lives on.  Anyways during “Cody School” I try to incorporate interactive crafts and activities, but I also use a lot of printable worksheets.  Lately, I’ve been using these cool Super Hero printables I found for my son who is currently obsessed with Super Heroes.  For my daughter, I found some Frozen themed ones that go over well and keep her entertained.

So if you are looking for something to do some night with your young kiddos that is both fun and educational, check out one of these kits.

This cool Super Hero Mini Pack is available by clicking here.

Here is another great Super Hero pack.  Click Here.


For the Elsa fans out there here is a Frozen themed kit.  Click Here.


Another Great Frozen pack.  Click here.




Thomas Brogan

Thomas Brogan, a native of Des Moines, was the original founder of Des Moines Parent and is a father to a 12 & 14-year-old. In his free time, he likes to explore nature, try new local restaurants, and enjoy life as best as he can.

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