DC’s New FanFamily Blog Wants To Get You Involved With Art Projects And A Big Giveaway

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dc kidsEarly last month DC Entertainment launched a new website specifically for children and families called DC Comics FanFamily Blog. The site offers ideas for family activities and art projects based around some of DC‘s biggest heroes. The site recently launched a big giveaway called Hero For The Household, giving one winner an impressive prize package. The contest runs until May 9, and you can read about it below. Also recently announced was a fun do-it-yourself art project kids can do to make their own jetpack as well as a chance for proud parents to show off their kid’s art on the blog. You can read about that after the contest details and you can find the blog by clicking here.

Hero For The Household: One lucky winner will receive a prize package that includes over five dozen books, comic books, games, DVDs, apparel, toys, jewelry, pet toys and is worth over $1,200.00. Sweepstakes runs March 21 through May 9, 2013, and anyone 13 or older living in the United States can enter to win here.

Fan Family Team-Up Bat Jetpack: Parents love great do-it-yourself projects that they can do with their kids. Mom and Dad can learn how to help their little crime-fighter craft a bat-themed jetpack utilizing ordinary household items like cardboard and plastic bottles! This activity is sure to inspire countless hours of imaginative playtime. Even more, parents can submit a photo of their child in their new bat-gear to win awesome prizes.Instructions can be found here.

Show Us Your Kid’s Art: DC Entertainment hopes to inspire youngsters to create art themselves, and would love to showcase their masterpieces! Scan those Batman-inspired crayon doodles or Superman pencil sketch, take photos of that Wonder Woman-shaped clay sculpt and submit them to the site — it may be featured on the blog! Art guidelines can be found here.

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