What’s Your Superpower?
Just Grace has a superpower. Take this test to find out if you have one too. Part one will test to see if you have a big superpower. Big superpowers are also sometimes called loud superpowers. This is because they are easy for other people to see, and people who have these kind of superpowers often wear special outfits with capes.
Part two will test for smaller superpowers. Smaller superpowers are also called quiet superpowers, this is because they are mostly invisible, and only the person who has them will know about them.
Please answer all questions truthfully.
Begin Part 1
What would you do if a friend gave you a very ugly scarf as a present?
a: wear it right away, even though you don’t like it.
b: tell your friend you don’t like it.
c: pretend that the scarf is attacking you fall to the floor screaming.
d: wait for six months and then tell your friend you don’t like the scarf.
e: convince your friend that the scarf is ugly and that she should take it back and give you something else.
f: make the scarf into a cute stuffed animal or pillow.
When you see someone sad and crying on a TV show you?
a: feel sad too.
b: remind everyone watching the show that the sad person on TV is an actor, and probably not at all sad in real life.
c: ask for a bucket so you can catch your tears.
d: wait until the end of the show to decide if you will be sad or not because you know that mostly everything on TV always turns out good in the end.
e: get everyone in the room to agree to change the channel to another show that is not sad.
f: arrange all the pillows in the room into an igloo so you can cry and no one can see you.
What would you do if you wanted your parents to buy you a cat?
a: collect lots of photos of cats and arrange the pictures around the house in places where a real kitty would like to sit.
b: promise to try and help take care of it.
c: walk around the house dressed in a cat costume doing lots of meowing.
d: wait for a while before asking again so that your parents can get used to the idea.
e: invite friends who have cats over, and while your parents are in the room, have them talk about how great their cats are.
f: decorate an old milk jug so it looks like a cat, and pretend it’s your new kitty.
What is your favorite breakfast when you are feeling super?
a: French toast
c: green eggs and ham
d: cold cereal
e: bagels and cream cheese
f: pigs in a blanket
How would you let your best friend know they are really important to you?
a: give them a special thoughtful present.
b: tell them that they are your best friend forever.
c: make them laugh when they are sad.
d: just be there for them when they need you.
e: show them daily how much you like them.
f: make up a special best friends handshake.
What would you do if someone said, “No” and you wanted them to say, “Yes”?
a: think about why they said no and how you could maybe change their mind.
b: tell them they are wrong.
c: ask the question again with a funny accent.
d: wait and hope that they will change their mind.
e: ask again, and again, and again until they say yes.
f: make a list of all the good reasons to say yes and tape it in a place where they will see it.
If someone is sad, you…
a: try to think of a way to cheer them up.
b: tell them you don’t like it when they are sad.
c: try to balance marshmallows on your head to make them laugh.
d: wait until they are feeling better.
e: tell them about all the good things they should be happy about.
f: surprise them with something unexpected that makes them forget about being sad.