The best superpowers for kids #PJMasksHeroes #ad

We know all parents think their children are super. But at our latest Twitter chat, we discovered what kind of ‘superpowers’ they really have.

To celebrate National Superhero Day we asked parents at our #PJMasksHeroes Twitter chat what superpowers their children have (as well as those needed by parents). The answers might surprise you…!

What superpowers do kids really have?

What we discovered was interesting — yes, we’d all like to fly or teleport (that’s our personal favourite) but the powers our children actually have really count for something! 


My son’s superhero power is making me smile and laugh every single day even when I’m feeling blue @KirstyConnor7

Compassion. She’s always helping out the new kids in school and showing them round. Everyone loves her. She’s great 🙂 @leeritsoncomp

Animal Magic

Being a good brother / sister

My daughter wants to be just like owlette #PJMasksHeroes she love to lead her brother and catch him if he falls x

— jade rice (@jaderice9) April 23, 2019

Bravery — of all types

Home from work. Got my little boys their dinner, bath, pyjamas, bed. Run a nice hot bath for myself. Light candles. Grab some tea. Come back upstairs, the biggest mutant spider you’ve ever seen just chilling on the tap. My absolute PJMasksHeroes aged 4/7 ran in and took it away @Elizabeth_Lucyy

Getting up to mischief

My little boy is just starting to mimic TV characters. Last week I caught him holding a pair of my knickers up to his head (stolen from the radiator). I looked at the TV and realised he was trying to wear them like the ‘supers’ do @ToxicFairies

Apparently being super speedy! I think it should be super sneaky!! I remember my eldest avoiding helping me with the tidying up and when I told her she always had to help tidy at nursery, she said she went to the toilet instead!! @Mummydinosaur7

Oh yes, my daughter has the ability to survive on about 4 hours sleep a night, mummy on the other hand does NOT lol! @Tantrums2Smiles

Just Because

My DS (4) can always find room for ice cream. It’s a gift. @MadeleineRich
My daughter is a superhero because she takes every diagnosis like a champion. She accepts that mum is always sick and never complains that she misses out on stuff that all the other kids get to do. She’s wise beyond her years @purpleplaits

Both of my boys have super chatter power – the ability to talk and talk and talk! No idea where they get it from……. @ThatLiz

Parents are superheroes too: What are our powers?

It has to be multitasking and remembering everything for the whole household (Including my husband lol). I am basically a human diary and reminder system for our house lol! @Tantrums2Smiles

Being able to last the holidays without going insane @MummyvsWork

PJ Masks — the kids who turn into superheroes

The chat was sponsored by PJ Masks, an animated show about three kids who live ordinary lives by day but transform into superheroes at night, celebrating heroism and empowerment.

By day, Connor, Amaya and Greg go to school like everyone else. As night falls and they put on their pyjamas and activate their animal amulets, they magically transform into superheroes – Catboy, Owlette and Gekko  – and become the PJ Masks!

Together they embark on action-packed adventures, solving mysteries and mayhem across the city. Watch out night-time baddies  – the PJ Masks are on their way, into the night  to save the day!

Two brand new PJ Masks episodes are premiering on Tiny Pop on April 28th (National Superhero Day) at 8.30am, 10.00, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm.

Tiny Pop is available on FREEVIEW 207 | YOUVIEW 207 | SKY 617 | VIRGIN 737 | FREESAT 605.

What superpowers do you and your children possess? What do you love about PJ Masks? Leave a comment and let us know! 

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1 Comment

  1. 03 May 2019 / 12:45

    What an uplifting post! Kids have superpowers in abundance if we’re open to see them 🙂