Great Kids Movies

In our house we’re big Disney fans, and recently Disney released some wonderful titles. I’ve been popping them in after Kai gets home from school. It’s a nice relaxing break from her day at school. image

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey’s Adventures in Wonderland is one of Kai’s recent favorites. If your children are Mickey fans they will love their latest adventure. Mickey and his pals play croquet and navigate giant mazes. Help them along as they must find the clubhouse before Daisy’s big party.

Bonus Materials Include; Goofy Goes Goofy bonus episode and activities for children of all ages. easily use the remote to play age appropriate games.

Check out this clip.

Another great movie and afternoon favorite is the Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams.image This movie follows the classic Disney Princess characters Jasmine and Aurora. Plus during this movie you’ll get a sneak speak at Disney’s newest princess from Princess and the Frog

This movie follows Jasmine and Aurora as they go on an adventure and find the power in believing in yourself. I love the message this movie sends, and Kai loves the classic Disney music throughout.

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Lastly the ever so adorable and household favorite Little Einstein’s go on and all new adventure in Fire Truck Rockets Blastoff.   This DVD contains a collection of four episodes.

Fire Truck Rocket
Melody the Music Pet
Carmine’s Big Race
Mr. Penguin’s Ice Cream Adventure

You can also watch this movie on “magic Mission Mode” which is really cute. With two different modes for different ages. They ask questions and play along the way. Kaila loved this!

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I have one copy of each movie to give away. (Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams, Little Einstein’s Fire Truck Rockets Blastoff, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey’s Adventures in Wonderland )

    Giveaway Ends Sep 23rd
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Comments

  1. Anne Taylor says

  2. kerri r says

    We do a nature walk on the way home and look for items that begin with the letter they learned that day

  3. amy delong says

    after school activitys,we like to play basketball while the weather is nice

    ardelong2(at)gmail(dot)com

  4. freaky flickers says

    Be active with the program before, during and after viewing. Do hands-on activities. Ask questions; role play; introduce or extend the program by reading a book. Create art projects by drawing, painting or making books. Encourage participation: dance, move to the music, talk back to the screen and its characters. Visit museums, neighborhood stores and parks.

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