It’s bird! It’s a plane! It’s…. the kids “flying” through the air with this crazy fun LEGO® super hero action game!! Print this free super hero action cube for a fun gross-motor activity to get all of your kids burning off their extra energy! You won’t be able to resist trying it out yourself… Come on, Leap high like White Tiger!

superhero gross motor brain break dice for kids

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Materials Needed for the Brain Break Dice Activity:

  • Printing Paper
  • Super Hero Lego/Duplo Sets
  • Scotch Tape

I have daughters from 12 years old down to my special needs 4 year old. Getting them to play together and not fight can really be a challenge. The only exception is with LEGO®. When they pull out their LEGO bricks, they can play peacefully for hours.

Today they spent their creative time building a tower to reach the ceiling in their efforts to make the tallest tower in the world. (I think they may have a way to go…)

They create, they play pretend. But they LOVE playing with their superheroes! Which makes LEGO even more fun!

LEGO Systems offers three distinct age-appropriate superhero product lines for kids to engage with beloved characters and storylines. Regardless of whether your child is new to building with LEGO bricks or a budding master builder, there is a product for every age and stage.

LEGO® Super Heroes: MARVEL and LEGO® Super Heroes: DC UNIVERSE bring characters from comic books and new movie releases to LEGO brick form.

LEGO® DUPLO® offers an unlimited source of creative play as young children explore the world around them with their growing imagination. Double the size of the iconic LEGO bricks, yet 100% compatible, DUPLO bricks grow alongside your child as they curiously create and discover many ways to play. Age appropriate minifigures allow even the youngest builders to role play.

Let me tell you, almost nothing will get my girls more engaged with each other than pretending to be superheroes. And if you think super heroes & comics are for boys, you need to meet my girls…lol!

These girly girls know all the fun details about their favorite super heroes!

They loved creating their LEGO super hero sets! My 11-year-old is a LEGO fanatic and with a little help from Daddy, she had no problems putting together her set.

LEGO is so fun for kids of all ages and stages! Siblings can play together with coordinating sets!

Shiloh isn’t ready to build independently with her LEGO® DUPLO yet, so she loves getting help from her big sisters to put together her sets so that she can play alongside them in their super hero adventures.

LEGO is so fun for kids of all ages and stages! Siblings can play together with coordinating sets!

The LEGO super hero action game that we created together, is a great way to get all the kids involved no matter what age they are! The big kids helped me decide on the actions.

Then, they helped read them to Shiloh after she through the cube up in the air.

Soar through the sky like Superman!

LEGO® and LEGO® DUPLO Superhero action game helps get kids moving!! This gross motor activity is fun for kids of all ages and is great for when you need the kids to burn off some energy!

Zoom in your Batmobile!

Climb the walls like Spiderman.

Climb the walls like Spiderman!! Lots of fun with this superhero action game!

Show your muscles like the Hulk!

Show you muscles like the Hulk! We loved playing this superhero game!

This game is sure to have your kids completely involved and asking for more!

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Kim Staten Owner and Curriculum Designer
Kim Staten is a mother of four children ages 20, 19, 16, and 12. Kim has taught at the preschool, kindergarten and early elementary levels for 16 years. With extensive experience working with special needs children, including her own children with special needs (Rett Syndrome, autism, anxiety, and ADHD), she creates hands-on curricula and activities that are great for working with children of all abilities in the classroom and at home. Hands-on, accessible activities are her passion. 

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  1. Thank you so much, I actually use this in my K classroom for my young boys who need so activities to get out energy on snowy days. This is great!

  2. This reminds me of a game we’ve played with our older two. No printable or toys just lining up in a bedroom door frame and “having superhero races” (Swim like Aquaman, Swing like Spiderman, and Fly like Superman,etc). You are featured this week as part of Good Tips Tuesday!

  3. I’ve been looking for games that “sneak” in reading practice – this one is perfect! My little superhero is going to love it! Thanks for sharing at the Thoughtful Spot!

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