We have always loved Disney, so when I was given the chance to host a Disney Preschool Play Date for my preschooler and his friends, I was super excited! We received a big box of goodies from Disney full of everything we needed to have a fun party and my youngest couldn’t wait! We decided to host a Disney preschool play date brunch, complete with Mickey waffles and fun games.
Disney Preschool Play Date
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Last year we hosted a Cars-themed Disney party and we were excited to host a Disney Jr themed playdate this year. Once our guests arrived we let them choose if they wanted to be a pirate or a princess and passed out hats that had a pirate hat on one side and a tiara on the other. All of our guests chose pirates! We had all of our pirate toys set out around the room including our Fisher Price pirate boat, Mickey Pirate’s of the Caribbean set and the Jake and the Neverland Pirates action figures. They were a hit! Can you tell that my boys love pirate toys?
The kids played for a little bit and then we served Mickey Mouse waffles, Goofy hats (grapes) and Minnie’s bows (strawberries and blueberries) and chocolate milk made from Nesquik.
We used our Mickey Mouse Waffle Iron to make fun Mickey waffles, and I had set the table with a Mickey Mouse tablecloth and black paper plates to look like Mickeys. I think it turned out cute and it was SO easy!
The kids loved it!
When they were done eating, it was time for games!
We played some traditional type games such as:
Pin the Mouth on the Mickey,
and Disney Parks Bingo!
We also made puppets of our favorite Disney Jr. Characters including Jake and the Neverland Pirates, Doc McStuffins, and Sofia the First. I loved watching the kids design their own puppet and draw silly faces on each one. I know my little guy was quite proud of his!
Next we went on a Safari! Disney’s Animal Kingdom is one of our favorite parks so it was fun to see the kids searching throughout the house for different animals. I’m still finding a few that they missed!
Disney supplied us with some fun goodies to take home and I added in a few prizes for our games, including bubbles, stickers and suckers.
We had so much fun hosting a Disney preschool play date! A fun Disney play date doesn’t have to be complicated.
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