Students are using their developed characters and a story line about soccer tryouts to create a 32 panel comic book that promotes the benefits of physical activity, healthy eating, anti-bullying and teamwork. […]
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The team began the development of the story line for the next edition of Health Heroes. The next edition will involve several themes, which include: Exercise Healthy eating No bullying […]
In week 4, the Superheroes in the Classroom team developed a few interesting characters, a compelling story line and created a two panel comic.
In week 5, students created a video to invite the First Lady, Michelle Obama, to become a superhero in our comic and use her superpowers to get kids to exercise and […]
After the team learned to blog and leave reviews for a post, they developed a two panel comic and used their artistic and storytelling skills.
During week #2, students gave an introduction, discussed why they joined Health Heroes’ program and shared one cool thing about themselves. Check out their cool intro video.
Students explained why they love to create comics and chose an exercise health theme. Somebody call the First Lady Michelle Obama because the class has spoken and they’ve said Let’s Move!
This Thursday, September 24th, will be kicking off two pilot sessions of Superheroes in the Classroom at Passages Charter School in Chicago.