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Superheroes STP 2 – Which superhero power would you like to have?

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A meticulous short term plan featuring activity ideas and continuous / enhanced provision suggestions relating to the topic of superheroes. It has an emphasis on the key questions
- How might a superhero protect us?
- Which superhero power would you like to have?

It is the 2nd of 4 superhero STPs created by Kerry Moody - an experienced EYFS teacher and manager. Kerry has also created some fantastic superhero Medium Term Plans which are also available to download on our website in the Superhero Planning section.

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