Thanks to Tampico for sponsoring this post.
It’s been raining a lot here in Chicago so we’ve been trying to find indoor activities to do together like playing games, watching movies, and crafting. With the new Captain Underpants Movie coming out, I thought it would be fun to do a superhero themed craft together.
My boys can’t wait for the movie to hit theaters June 2nd. We were so happy to learn that one of our favorite juice drinks, Tampico, has partnered with DreamWorks’ for Captain Underpants’ release. My boys will be keeping an eye out for fun prizes like a Captain Underpants “prank sound board” that Tampico will be giving away from its Facebook page this summer! Until the movie is out, they’ll be staying busy and sharpening their minds by doing some summer reading! Check out these super-hero themed bookmarks we made to go along with the Captain Underpants theme!
Making the bookmarks is easy!
Cut your card stock into a long rectangle and poke a hole towards the top.
Put the ribbon through the hole and tie it in a knot to secure the ribbon.
Add superhero stickers to the bookmark.
While we were making bookmarks we talked about what superhero powers we’d want to have if we were superheroes. Jacob said he’d want to have a superpower that would make him go fast so he could get to places quickly. He also thought it would be cool to have super strength and be the strongest person alive. Lucas also liked the idea of having super speed but wanted to be invisible, too.
Wondering what powers the adults in our home would want to have? Sinisa said he’d want to be able to fly so that he could get anywhere he wanted for free. I’d want to be invisible if I could have any superhero power.
While we crafted we enjoyed some of our favorite juice drink, Tampico. We always have a couple of gallons in the fridge. I added some fun star straws to keep up with the superhero theme.
Now the boys have fun bookmarks to use the next time they are reading. They have to catch up on the books while they wait for the movie to come out. Check out the movie trailer below. It looks like it’s going to be great and our family can’t wait to see it together.
To celebrate the movie’s release, Tampico is partnering with Dreamwork’s Captain Underpants movie and hosting some awesome superhero contests on Facebook. There will be great prizes including a grand prize of two iPads, one for you and one for your little superhero! There will also be prizes like Family 4-Packs of Movie tickets. Like and follow Tampico on Facebook and stay tuned to learn more! https://www.facebook.com/drinktampico/.
What superhero power would you and your children want to have if you were superheroes?
12 thoughts on “Superhero Fun With Tampico”
Health and fun in a package. My kids would love it.
This is my sons favorite book right now. I know he would love to do something like this. Thank you for the idea.
Our middle child used to love reading Captain Underpants when he was a kid (he’ll be 23 this month!). Tampico is a great juice and your DIY craft looked fun!
My children love that stuff! Love your crafting idea too
I have never heard about Tampico until today! I will definitely have to check for it. We usually buy either Sunny Delight or Bolthouse Farms. This sounds so appealing. I also love the superhero ideas!
That is the cutest craft! I’m so excited about the Captain Underpants movie. My kids were huge fans of the books, and I know this is going to be great.
My kids love anything superhero. They will love making these. And just in time for the summer reading program at the library. Awesome!
My friends little guys are really into superheroes right now. They are coming over for the weekend. I will have to make these with them. I am sure they will be a big hit.
This looks so fun to make with the kids. A perfect activity for little guys!
My son is super excited to see the movie! I need to pick up some Tampico, he’d love it! Fun craft!
What a fun, colorful craft to make with kids on a rainy afternoon. Now, we just need to grab some Tampico! :)
My son loves the Captain Underpants books! Growing up my cousin was reading them and so I showed them to my son. He LOVES them so much now, he has read them all.