I can’t believe we just finished months of homeschooling only to be plunged into camp mode. This year, we opted out of traditional camp, which means a lot of local adventures for kids, but I was also looking for some sort of structure to add to our day, so I was thrilled when I had the opportunity to join #CampWarnerBros as the “Camp Director” where I would be sharing kid-themed camp activities and kid friendly titles to my kids and readers as a part of #CampWarnerBros.
An eight-week camp, we started by tie-dying our Warner Bros Camp shirts and towel. This was such a fun way to kick-off camp as we enjoyed adding color and flair to our shirts.
This week was Super Hero Week at Camp Warner Bros where we enjoyed a virtual Super Hero Training (with Batman himself) that featured training tips with fun games, including, “Batman Says,” “Super Hero Freeze,” “Memory Challenges” and more! My girls loved the “Super Hero Freeze” that we did throughout the week as they danced and they took on a superhero stance, as instructed by Batman. It was silly, fun and engaging that had the kids laughing and moving.
We also had fun watching LEGO DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters. In this new release, 10-year-old Billy Batson shouts a single word and, with lightning bolts flashing, he transforms into Shazam!, a full-fledged adult Super Hero. It doesn’t take long for Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman and the rest of the Justice League to take notice and invite the earnest do-gooder to join the team. But to become a member, Billy must reveal his true identity. While fighting off the evil Mr. Mind and Black Adam, Billy learns that he must trust others – and that nothing creates trust like helping those in need.
LEGO® DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters is now available to own on Digital, Blu-ray & DVD.
Check out the hashtag #CampWarnerBros for more on the camp!