Batman Preschool Pack

BatMan Preschool Pack

Yup, Batman School came to our house! I had one very HAPPY little 4 year old last week!!! I shared the Preschool Pack on Facebook right after I made it {I couldn’t wait!!!}. I finally have it all ready to share on the website and blog and I must say it was very successful {translation ~ Krash LOVED IT}.

How my 4 year old grew to love Batman I will never know. We don’t watch it and honestly I think it is rather violent. We have a Lego Batman game on the Xbox and I think he might have picked up his obsession from watching Dad and Pac play that…who knows? All I know is that he adores his super hero and actually Robin is his favorite. So, it was time for a break in the normal routine so we could have a fun Batman week!

I took photos of his Batman toys {since I couldn’t find clipart online that I liked} and edited them to look like clipart. I am really happy with how it all turned out and will be doing it again!

Here’s what I caught in photos of our hours and hours of fun Batman learning time!

Ordering Batmans by size {finally this was really easy for him!} He was amazed that the Batman was HIS Batman!!!

His favorite, “catching the bad guys” {otherwise known as pre-writing practice}


Patterns with Batman and Robin…

I spelled Robin for him on his ledge {actually I had Batman and he asked me to switch it to Robin}. We also made their names using our mini foam alphabet puzzle {from Walmart}. Here he is working on his Play Doh mats…

We also made the names with our beanbags {my mom made them for us} and after that I found that he had taken ALL of our beanbags out to make a trail! 😉


He did the color-by-number ALL on his own! I gave him the correct markers and that was all, I was so amazed!

He learned the word “villain” and really liked it! Here he is sorting the good/bad guys!

Counting with Batman, I made the cards to cut apart and match up, but we never got to that, he liked putting them in order and identifying his toys on the cards!!!

He ADORED the mini book I made him, called “Heroes and Villains” and was really surprised to find HIS photo at the end of the book! Batman book

So, what did he not like? Well, for the most part, these were a flop with him…

Batman Color Memory Batman Tracing Batman letters

On the left is a color matching memory game, we played it but we hurried through it! 😉 He wasn’t too fond of the B is for Batman sheet either. I was really impressed with my Find the Letter game but he was not, oh well ~ you can’t win them all!

Probably the best memory of the week was the spontaneous activity HE initiated himself. I had a small coloring book {from Target awhile back} and he became obsessed with coloring the guys! He used his books to color them exactly the right colors and then asked me to laminate his friends!He played with these SO much!!!IMG_1041

They will be keepsakes I will always treasure! I can’t tell you how many hours he spent working on these {and we still have more that aren’t pictured!IMG_1112

It was a really fun week and he enjoyed the surprise a lot! I hope to do this more as I find time to take photos of his favorite toys and create a Preschool Pack. It really made it personal for him and he loved it!


Does your preschooler love Batman too?

You can download the Batman Preschool Pack for free!

We also have Batman Work Drawer labels!

Batman Work Drawer Labels