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What's Your Superpower?

Posted by Patience on October 2, 2009 at 7:00 AM in Talking with kids
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I'm convinced all kids believe in super powers and I have to confess, I do too. I had a chance to ask everyone's red friend about his special super power. His answer melted me. This is a really fun conversation starter if you are looking to connect with your little people. Check out this great guide about talking with kids too.

So Elmo and I have told you our superpowers, now you must tell us yours.
Fill our comment section with the superpowers of you, your kids, your dog! Everybody wants to know!

5 Comments

Amber writes...

My 4-year-old's superpower is definitely confidence in herself. She just so completely knows who she is and lives it, it's fabulous.

My 1-year-old's superpower is happiness. It's infectious.

Me? I hope it's inspiration. That's what I'm trying for, anyways. :)

nicole writes...

Really cute, Patience! Thanks for sharing.

Jess writes...

Mine would be curiosity.

6 y/o: inductive reasoning, compassion, and humor.

4 y/o: impishness, deductive logic, and gentleness with animals.

1 y/o: charm. Which he totally gets from his father.

kia writes...

this is a way me and my sister can bond and learn at the same time

kia writes...

my sister's power is confidence and curiosity

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