Our #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate Clubhouse Adventure
My kids are all about Disney from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Sofia the First to Doc McStuffins, Jake and the Neverland Pirates, and the most recent obsession, the Lion Guard. Our excitement hit an all time high when we were asked to host a #DisneyKids preschool playdate! Since my youngest son is a huge Mickey Fan, we decided to turn our playdate into a Clubhouse adventure!
Our guests arrived and got straight to work, creating their own personal Mickey placemat for brunch! Once placemats were done, we were ready to eat! Brunch felt like we were dining at Ohana or Cape May Cafe in DisneyWorld!
Our magical menu included:
- Mickey Pancakes
- Goofy Bacon
- Minnie pb&j sandwiches
- Sofia’s royal chocolate strawberries
- Neverland Fruit (cut up cantaloupe & pineapple)
- NesQuik Chocolate Milk
Our playdate was jammed pack with fun things to do .. it was ALMOST as much fun as being in Disney! Here are some awesome activities we included in our playdate:
– Make your own Mickey Placemat. Cut out Mickey heads on construction paper. Set out crayons, markers, glitter, etc.
– Pirate and Princess dress up. After bellies were full, each guest was able to become a Pirate or Princess for the day! There was also a courageous battle among pirates to save the princesses. Attire include a Princess tiara and royal jewel beads or pirate hat and beads for pirate treasures.
– Pin the smile on Mickey. There’s nothing more exciting than being up close and personal to Mickey’s face! We had tons of fun seeing who was the closest to pinning Mickey’s smile. Creating this game is easy- Use a large Mickey face (without a smile) and hang at appropriate height for attendees. Cut out smiles and write names on each piece. Tie bandanna covering eyes, spin each child 1-3 times, and watch them go! Use double sided tape to secure smiles onto Mickey face.
– What’s your favorite thing to do at Disney? Share your favorite things to do when visiting Disney! My oldest son has been to DisneyWorld twice, my youngest son has been once, and our new Princess will have her first experience this Fall! My boys love to talk about all of their favorite things to do at DisneyWorld and share with their friends. This share time sparked lots of conversations and tons of laughs.
After lots of food, playing, and laughter our pixie dust started to run low and our party came to an end. As our guests departed, they were able to take some magic home in their custom Disney Junior backpacks, Lion Guard posters, Lion guard tattoos, Mickey placemats, and pirate/princess attire! Everyone had such a great time and we’re hoping to get more pixie dust again!
*I received promotional items from Walt Disney World and MomSelect in order to host our DisneyKids Preschool Playdate, however all opinions are my own*