Disclosure: A huge thank you to Walt Disney World Resort and MomSelect for the free products received through our celebration kit in order to host the Disney Kids Preschool Playdate Party. The opinions expressed here are my own.
It was a tremendous pleasure to receive the opportunity to be a blessing to several homeschool families by getting to host a very special Disney Kids Preschool Playdate Party this week! In a whirlwind of fun, giggles, and high-pitched screams of delight, the kids who attended our party were all ears and eager to participate in the many exciting activities that Disney stirred up for our enjoyment.
In order to fully appreciate the magic of Disney, you have to get a glimpse of what the imagination and thrills are all about from each of the four Disney theme parks. We tried to incorporate the generous gifts in our celebration kit Disney provided in order bring a spark of that excitement into our home for our 4 Parks of Fun: Disney Kids Preschool Playdate Party! First on the agenda, we explored a sneak peek into the jungle adventures of Animal Kingdom by watching a few clips from The Lion Guard show from Disney Junior. While sporting binoculars and cameras, we proceeded to journey on the wild safari as the kids hunted for official Animal Kingdom toy safari animal figures and played with our jungle playsets. The boys were ready for the next park introducing Captain Jake!
Testing their KION growls along the way, we moved on to play a new game visiting our Hollywood Studios room and passed out party hats for team Captain Jake or team Sophia the First. The kids played in a Sophia the First tent and enjoyed roll playing a charades game of Disney Park characters. Learning to take turns and having fun playing together is part of what being a preschooler is all about and the kids had a blast trying to guess who each other’s character was.
Off to our Epcot park indoor visit, we played a game with the mommies while their children chose a specific hat of their choice from our nations/characters hat table. The child would place the hat on the mommies head and then tell their mom who they had to pretend to be or where they were pretending to be from. The moms were all wonderfully good sports about this whole thing that I sprung on them, and the kids giggled as their mommies all played along.
Next, we passed out some great rewards for participation in today’s events such as Lion Guard posters and tattoos, Park Preschool maps, and Disney Junior drawstring bags compliments of Disney and MomSelect to help keep things extra special for our guests as they experience a taste of the magic of Disney.
My daughter volunteered to read the special storybook called My Very, Very, Smelly Breath which was provided by Bansfield Pet Hospital. This awesome scratch and sniff book was both cute and interactive with the kids jumping up to take their turns sniffing all the interesting and sometimes foul smells from the book.
At our Magic Kingdom stop, the kids were delighted to play a few cute games involving loads of figures to dance with at Cinderella’s castle, a game of ring toss over the tower of Rapunzel’s castle, and a bean bag toss onto a giant Mickey Mouse head. As a special surprise guest, my teen son shared his skills teaching the kids how to play Disney Infinity 3.0 on the WiiU and drew a ton of oohs and aahs. They loved having fun naming the different Disney Parks characters from Disney Infinity and discussed who had the best skills or talents to take on the villians.
Of course nothing beats the tasty visit to the snacks table decorated in a fun-loving Mickey Mouse Club House theme! The table was filled with Nestle Nesquik chocolate milk, Glad snack baggies in a Frozen theme offering Nemo’s gold fish crackers, Minnie’s Chex mix, Zootopia fruit snacks and other goodies. We finally topped things off with Frozen themed frozen Go Gurt for dessert in cotton candy and strawberry banana flavors!
Our party concluded with colorful Frozen themed balloons waiting to be played with and tossed in the air as they said their goodbyes to their friends and ended their magical day at the Four Parks of Fun: Disney Kids Preschool Playdate Party. We printed some very cool HP photo strips compliments of @MyPrintly using the HP Photo Booth App to send off with our friends to end their special time.
Disclosure: I received free products in order to host the Disney Kids Preschool Playdate Party. The opinions expressed here are my own.