S is for Super Science Sleuth!
        Step 1: Things You'll Need
        Step 2: Print Your Superhero Helmet
        Step 3: Discover Color
        Step 4: Cut It Out
        Step 5: Big Headed Investigation
        Step 6: Superhero Badge of Honor
        Step 7: Super You to the Rescue

        To create Super You 2.0 Helmet, you will need:

        1. Print
          Super You 2.0 Helmet Sheet
        2. Materials
          • Construction Paper
          • Crayons
          • Scissors
          • Glue Stick
          • Tape
          • Super You 2.0 Personalized Iron On Transfer

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        S is for Super Science Sleuth!

        Super Grover 2.0 investigates by observing, questioning, and doing experiments. Encourage your child to unleash her powers of investigation! Help her make observations about what's new or what's changed in her environment. Ask questions like, "What do you think would happen if…?" and "How do you know?"

        Step 1: Things You'll Need

        Collect the items from the materials list.
        Little Hands Tip: Talk about what adventures you'll have when you're Super You.

        Step 2: Print Your Superhero Helmet

        Print out the Super You 2.0 helmet.

        Step 3: Discover Color

        Help your child color in the helmet printable.
        Little Hands Tip: Name each color as you use it. What is your favorite color?

        Step 4: Cut It Out

        With a glue stick, attach the printable helmet to a piece of construction paper or card stock, then carefully cut it out.

        Step 5: Big Headed Investigation

        Size the helmet to your child's head and attach with tape.
        Little Hands Tip: Ask your child who he thinks has a bigger head. Get out the measuring tape and compare. What is the size difference?

        Step 6: Superhero Badge of Honor

        To create your own personalized super shirt, click on the first letter of your child's name below to download the logo as a PDF. Print and follow the instructions on the PDF. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
        Little Hands Tip: Talk about the first letter of your name. How many things can you name that start with the same letter?

        Step 7: Super You to the Rescue

        Now, unleash your powers of investigation!

 Introduce simple experiments, like finding out what floats or sinks, or what happens when an ice cube is left out of the freezer.

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