Batman is a fictional superhero that appears in several comic books and movies. Many children who adore superheroes find Batman very intriguing. When planning a Batman party or gathering, you can create a few crafts for the guests to do. Crafts allow the children something to do at the party, as well as being something they can take home as a memento of the gathering.
For some easy crafts, print colouring pages of Batman and have the guests colour the pictures using markers, crayons and paint. You can also create or print out Batman-themed word searches, crossword puzzles and trivia. Another idea is to give the guests black and yellow self-hardening clay to design their own Batman logo. After they finish, place their creations in a bag for them to take home. Tell everyone to take their creations out of the bag when they get home and let them harden overnight.
Batman Mask Crafts
Give the children scissors, black construction paper, Batman-themed stickers and markers to design their own Batman masks. Have kid-friendly scissors available for younger children. After the children finish their masks, attach a piece of elastic string to each mask so they can put them on. Be sure to cut the eyes, nose and mouth out of the masks so the children can breathe and see. For a variation, allow the children to use shiny black paint to cover the mask to make them shiny. Of course, allow drying time before they wear the masks.
The children can use cardboard, construction paper, Batman-themed stickers, card stock, paint, glitter and gel pens to create their own Batmobile. They can use empty toilet paper and paper towel rolls as the wheels. For another Batmobile craft, give each child a wooden race car to paint. Wooden race cars are available at most craft stores and online. The children can paint the race cars to resemble the Batmobile.
Batman Flashlight Crafts
The Best Birthday Party Ever website suggests giving each guest a small inexpensive flashlight. Cut out small bat shapes and have the guests tape the bats to the lens of the flashlight. When they shine the lights on a wall, they will see the Batman emblem. Turn out or dim the lights to make the bats stand out. For another idea, tape a bat shape to the end of a large flashlight and shine it on the wall. Tape a sheet of paper on the wall and let each guest trace the bat shape. After they finish tracing, they can colour the picture with markers and crayons.
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