As a child, we look up to superheroes who have incredible powers, from spinning webs to amazing strength or speed. From realistic to LEGOs, superheroes come in all shapes and sizes. 


If you could have any superpower, what would it be? Would you choose to breathe underwater like Aquaman? Imagine all the sea creatures you would discover!

Starting out as a cute inflatable health robot, Hiro turned Baymax (a lovable hero) into a super robot in the Disney movie Big Hero 6

Flash is a hero is from the DC comic, and he cannot only master speed, but time itself! He has often used his powers to travel through different eras and even into other dimensions. If you could run faster than the speed of light, where would you go?

Green-skinned and muscular, the Hulk has incredible strength fueled by rage. Are your kids just learning their colors? This simple drawing is perfect for identifying secondary colors like green and purple. Turn the coloring activity into an art lesson and teach your kids to identify primary, secondary, complementary, and tertiary colors!

Maybe not superheroes in the traditional sense, but these hobbits, dwarves, elves and wizards defended Middle Earth from the evil powers that be. From Frodo and Sam to Aragorn and Gandalf, each character has strength, courage, and various unique qualities that make them heroes. 

They love pizza, their war cry is “Cowabunga,” and they’re ninjas. What’s not to love about these characters? Color these printouts or print this mask and cut it out so your kids can use their imagination and put themselves in Raphael’s, Michelangelo’s, Donatello’s, or Leonardo’s shoes. 

From the courageous Soka, water bender Katara, and villain turned hero Prince Zuko, to the Last Airbender, Aang, or the big flying fluffy bison, Appa, these classic heroes taught us patience, forgiveness, bravery, and so many more life lessons. 

Not only is Wolverine a fictional DC hero, it’s also the name of an animal! Wolverines are stocky, muscular carnivores that resemble a small bear. 

Never judge a book by its cover. In The Empire Strikes Back, Yoda asks Luke, “Judge me by my size, do you?” While he may be small, he is mighty! Size matters not when it comes to the Force and to life. Color these pages while watching an episode of Star Wars.