Yo, Ho, Let’s Go! If you are familiar with those words or you find yourself saying them as you head out the door on your next family adventure, then maybe you know how to show your #Disneyside. This past week we had a chance to show off our #DisneySide with a Jake and the Neverland Pirates #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate.
My son just turned 4 and is a huge fan of Jake and the Neverland Pirates, and regularly wears his Jake costume around the house. In fact, while we were on vacation in Walt Disney World we ran into Jake, himself. So needless to say, he was thrilled when we hosted our Jake and the Neverland Pirates #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate and did it as part of his birthday celebration.
Our #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate party pack included fun snacks, games and surprises for our guests to enjoy.
- Party decorations
- Party Hats
- Party favors
- DisneySide Chore Charts
- Coloring sheets and activities
- Kinetic Sand
- Mega Blocks Hot Wheels
- Turbo Fruit Snakcs
- Cheesey Crisps
- Cliff Kids Bars
Jack and I had so much fun setting up our #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate party area. We pulled out some of his Jake and the Neverland Pirates toys for his friends to play with when they arrived. The kids loved checking out the Jake toys. After some playtime everyone sat down to share some snacks and play some Disney games. The Turbo fruit snacks, Crunchmaster Cheesy Crisps, and Cliff bars were a big hit with the kids. Both the kids and moms enjoyed the Crunchmaster Cheesy Crisps, the moms especially appreciated that they were gluten free.
After the snacks, the kids played Disney Bingo. The kids enjoyed taking turns pulling out the different Walt Disney places and calling them out for their friends to match up on their bingo cards. We used leftover Crunchmaster Crisps to cover the cards. The kids had so much fun playing bingo that after we had a winner, we continued to play till all the cards had been called and everyone had a chance to yell “Bingo”!
The kids colored there Disney character straw holders and coloring sheets. The kids liked picking their favorite characters to color. Then it was time for some building fun with our Mega Blocks Hot Wheels. The boys helped each other build the monster truck and were very proud of the finished product.
Since it was a surprisingly warm November day we took the Kinetic Sand outside to play with. Even the moms were surprised by how nicely the sand stayed together and the kids enjoyed playing with the sand.
We wrapped up our #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate party by playing with our Disney fortune tellers. The kids enjoyed using them to see which Disney character they were. Everyone took home a pirate bounce ball, gold dubloon necklace, Disney Side luggage tags and a Disney Side Chore Chart. The moms were most excited by the chore chart. One mom and her son were already planning what activities to put on the chart.
A #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate was a great way to bring a bit of Disney Magic into our home. The kids loved showing there Disney side with fun and games. It was the next best thing to being in Disneyworld ourselves.
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