It’s here our next Marvel fun instalment, it’s been a couple of weeks since our last Marvel outing and this time we have a Hulk! If this is your first time at Wonder Kids then hello and welcome, this blog is all about family fun and playing real games (not video games), crafts and having fun int he kitchen too. Make sure you try the search bar above and type in Marvel for loads more super hero fun.
Lets kick off our Hulk and Loki fun as we always do with these Marvel posts, my favourite Hulk clip, what a great character and this clip is just played perfectly by Tom Hiddleston, Puny God!
To add to our ever growing range of slime recipes, here is a great Hulk slime version
Black Sequins — I purchased this multi pack for all the various crafts I’ve been doing
1 bottle of clear Elmer’s clear glue
1 teaspoon of borax
1 cup of Warm water
How To Make:
Pour 4 oz of glue container into a bowl and add 4 oz of water mix thoroughly then add the glitter and sequins. Mix 1 teaspoon of Borax into 4 oz cup of water, and slowly add the solution to the glue mixture. Mix as you add and you’ll slowly see the glue form.
This is a Borax recipe because it’s our favorite and it seems to form nicer than the other mixes but if you’re dealing with a small child or someone that is sensitive to borax you can substitute the borax with 1 table spoon of Baking Soda and about 2-3 table spoons of contact lense solution (add them until it gathers the consistency of slime).
I didn’t use the Elmer’s Glitter glue for this recipe because I felt like the shade was too fluorescent. This one combines so nicely to give it that “Hulk” look and feel.
Hulk Smash Game
This game just looks like so much fun, I really want to try it. Make sure you have a sturdy table for this one or use a bench or even the floor. You'll need the Hulk fists (mask optional) shown in the picture above. And you need some mini ice cream cones, mini ones tend to stand up better. Tell the kids they only have a few seconds to smash as many cones as they can. Use the timer on your phone to time them. You will need loads of ice cream cones, I mean LOADS. only give the kids 10 or 15 seconds but they could always have more then one go each. The winner is the child who destroys the most cones in the time.
These look awesome and delicious so I saved them for last. Follow the recipe for the rice krispie treats below making sure you add in the food colouring.
200g white marshmallows
150g crisped rice cereal
Green food colouring
black food colouring
pack of oreo's
Melt butter or margarine in large saucepan over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until melted and well blended. Cook 2 minutes longer, stirring constantly. Remove from heat.
Add cereal. Stir until well coated. add food colouring, I found that green food colouring was too bright on its own so you may need to add a drop or two of black colouring to get a darker green colour.
Using buttered spatula or greaseproof paper, press mixture evenly and firmly in buttered 20x30cm tin. Cut into 5x5cm squares when cool
Crush the oreo biscuits and use the crumbs for Hulks hair
Loki Guess Who
Loki is infamous for being able to transform into anyone he wants. So you pick one person to come up and be “Loki”, they take a name out of a hat. A name of another super hero, all the other guests can only ask yes or no questions to “Loki” to try to find out who he transformed into. Here’ s a list of all the other superheroes:
Loki Target Practise
This is super fun, fill a whole bunch of water balloons, then print off a few copies of the big Loki picture below. Just click on the picture to download it. Now what I would do is print off a few copies, cut them out and laminate then cut them out again. Stick these up around the garden and let the kids go Loki hunting trying to get direct hits with the water balloons.