SUPERPOWERS

Superpowers is a classroom-based program for young children to help them learn the life skills they need for an increasingly online world. The Superpowers program teaches 12 life skills or Superpowers critical for navigating the complexity of children’s online and off-line lives. Mastering these social and emotional skills at a young age is essential to a child’s ability to learn in school, to make friends and form healthy relationships, and to their success and wellbeing throughout their lives.

SUPERPOWERS

Superpowers is a classroom-based program for young children to help them learn the life skills they need for an increasingly online world. The Superpowers program teaches 12 life skills or Superpowers critical for navigating the complexity of children’s online and off-line lives. Mastering these social and emotional skills at a young age is essential to a child’s ability to learn in school, to make friends and form healthy relationships, and to their success and wellbeing throughout their lives.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Superpowers for Kindergarten consists of:

  • 24 lesson plans

  • Learning activities

  • Classroom Posters

  • Heroes of Zero Animated Videos

  • Teacher Guide

  • Online Teacher Training

The lessons are 30 minutes long and are designed to be taught in sequential order. We recommend one to two lessons a week commencing at the beginning of the school year. The lesson’s Superpower is highlighted at the start of each lesson plan and there is space at the end of the lesson for the teacher to connect it to children’s online lives.

We completed Superpowers for Kindergarten (Reception) in Summer 2022 and are beta testing in three global markets – the Philippines, Hong Kong and Jersey – and we plan to release the complete program to schools in 2023.

We begin development of Superpowers for First Grade (Year One) in 2023.  The first grade program builds upon children’s understanding of the superpowers and scaffolds learning to a higher level. It comes with season two of the much loved animated series the Heroes of Zero.

WHAT EARLY EDUCATORS ARE SAYING

Students have a real connection to Superpowers.  it’s fun to teach and it helps us advance our character development goals.

— Haydn Peers, Kindergarten Teacher

The class loves the magic of the stones and the videos and they are really getting into the emojis.  They are keen to find out what the next stone/ superpower involves.

— Carmen Leung, Kindergarten Teacher