They even came up with their own names, and were a bit upset that they were given names when they arrived, based on their initials. Amelia even refused to wear her nametag.
The villains got to choose a black or a green cape, then they could decorate it if they wanted to. They also got masks. Then they got to make a Gauntlet of Power (or whatever it was called).
The heroes got to choose red or blue capes and masks, which they also got to decorate.
And Tabitha got to decorate a shield.
There were photo ops for the villains:
and the heroes...
Daddy must have thought he was a hero.
Then the heroes got to spray web string to capture their villain.
While the villains got to freeze the hero with string ice.
There were snacks provided.
And no seats around the table to eat at, so they stood by the window.
Then the heroes joined forces with the other heroes and the villains joined forces with the other villains to try to get a hoop from one end of the line to the other, without letting go of hands. My kiddos have done this before, I think at VBS.
The winning team, the villains, got to have pizza first. There may have been a bit of "cheating" going on. Though I would say it was unintentional as the children were quite young.
Looking forward to seeing your Wordless (or not so wordless) Wednesday posts this week.
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