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I received free products in order to host the Disney Kids Preschool Playdate. The opinions expressed here are my own. 

#DisneyKids Preschool Play dateI know I’ve talked before about our families love of Disney. I also love to host a party, so when I was selected to host a Disney Kids preschool play date we were beyond excited. I’ve already had a Doc McStuffins play date and I’ve done a Cars and Jake and the Neverland party so this time I wanted to just really have fun and enjoy all our favorite things about Disney World.

#DisneyKids Preschool Play date healthy foodsWhen we visited last May I got to learn a lot about the healthy eating choices for kids in the parks so I made a point to serve items that would be Disney approved. It was also scheduled in the morning so we had bagels, strawberries, carrots, Nesquik, which has 7 essential vitamins and minerals, and for dessert Whole Organic fruit juice pops. The parents appreciated this simple and healthy menu and the kids loved that they were getting “special treats.” A win-win for everyone.

Lion Guard tatoos #DisneyKidsFor fun I had a few different stations set up. All the kids were big fans on The Lion Guard so we put some temporary tattoos on and talked about our roars. I also have to mention that there’s a new program at Animal Kingdom where the kids find Lion Guard characters throughout the park and then they’re initiated into the Lion Guard. This will be on the must do list for our next trip.

We read the scratch and sniff book “My Very, Very Smelly Breath” from Banfield Pet Hospital and got great giggles from both the adults and kids.

Disney Park Roll and Race

We also played find the park. I made a die with pictures of then 4 different parks at Disney World. I would roll the die and the kids would then run to the park. It was a fun way to stay active, pay attention and learn about the 4 different parks. The kids liked the Animal Kingdom the most because of the tree and loved to tell me about the different animals on the sign.

Crayola Disney photo crayonsI also set up a coloring station for kids who were a little shy. I even had a personalized Crayola box made with a picture from our Disney trip.

Pin the smile on MickeyThe biggest hit was pin the smile on Mickey. I had E cut out smiles for everyone and then we blindfolded them and spun them around to find Mickey. The kids thought this was so funny so smiles were on both the wall and there faces!

Whole Fruit Juice PopsWe sent everyone home with some fun Disney goodies, and used the Cars Glad bags to add some granola ball bites for an afternoon snack. Overall the play date was fun, festive and all about sharing our Disney love with friends and eating healthy.

Want to see all the goodies we got in our box? Check out our unboxing.

If you’re headed to Disney World make sure you check out my posts on The Pirates League and Wilderness Explorers.

I received free products in order to host the Disney Kids Preschool Playdate. The opinions expressed here are my own. 

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