by Camille Moore
Capes are where superheroes conceal their weapons and are a shield from villains. Have your child feeling like Thor or Storm with a DIY cape. You can use felt or a large T-shirt to create the cape and it can be made in many colors: blue, green, pink or purple so that everyone can feel like a hero. Source: thesoutherninstitute.com/2011/03/diy-superhero-cape-tutorial.html/
Between flying and saving the world, superheroes need some time to eat and restore their strength! Though their diets may not be the best; Spiderman enjoys cherry pie, Thor often has a sweet tooth, Iron Man likes to chow down on burgers and Captain America loves some apple pie. The Super Berries Green Smoothie is a healthy snack that will give your little hero the strength to conquer the day. Source: thefrugalfoodiemama.com.
Marvel Universe LIVE! is flying into Atlanta Dec. 20-22 at Philips Arena and Dec. 26-28 at The Arena at Gwinnett Center. Heroes and villains come to life in an action-packed live entertainment show that is sure to throw a few punches. More than 25 Marvel icons will come together on a quest to rescue the shattered fragments of the cosmic cube before
Loki captures the pieces and destroys the Earth. Tickets start at $20. 1 Philips Dr., Atlanta, 404-878-3000; and 6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy., Duluth, 770-813-7500. marveluniverselive.com
Superheroes need to be dressed and ready to fight for justice. Using toilet paper rolls, your child can create his own superhero cuffs, so he’ll be ready for action. Source:readingconfetti.com
Marvel and Mattel have teamed with a new line of Hot Wheels cars. Captain America, Thor, Spider-Man, Hulk, Venom and Wolverine are transformed into character cars to fight justice in a new form.