As a parent of 4 boys, I understand that boys can be balls of energy and that energy, if not contained, can become quite destructive. So what is the best remedy for helping them to use up all of that built-up energy, especially if weather isn’t permitting them to go outside? Get them dancing with Just Dance: Disney Party 2!
Just Dance: Disney Dance Party 2
You can always just turn on some music and have your kids bust a move, but I have found it is much more fun (and competitive) for my boys to pop a Just Dance disc into our Wii and let them dance to their favorite songs, while they compete for the top score position. My boys are very competitive so the competition factor makes them work even harder to get the top score.
If you have followed this blog for any amount of time, you will know that I love Disney! So when I saw that Ubisoft was releasing a Just Dance: Disney Party 2, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. It has some of our favorite songs from the Descendants as well as more than 20 tracks from the hottest Disney Channel hits.
When our disc arrived at my house, my boys wanted to open it right then and try it out. I like that it is a game that they can all play together, so we don’t have any fighting over whose turn it is. They were soon dancing to “Be Our Guest, ” and before you know it, were working up a sweat.
I love that even my 3-year-old can get in on the dancing and he can even get points when he plays. I get a good chuckle from watching my boys work their hardest to figure out the choreography. They are using up their excess energy, getting in some exercise and having fun at the same time. Win!
Just Dance: Disney Party 2 contains songs from movies like “Descendants” and “Teen Beach 2” as well as shows like “Girl Meets World” and “Liv and Maddie.” I love that the songs and lyrics are all family friendly and would be really fun to play at a holiday party or to give your kids in their stocking. It is now available on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Nintendo’s Wii and Wii U systems.
How do you help your kids burn off excess energy when it’s too cold to play outside?
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.