DisneyKids Preschool Playdate Party #DisneyKids


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

We recently had the amazing chance to host a #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate Party at our house. I was sent a great box of stuff (you can see my unboxing video here) to host my party with. I just had to try to come up with creative ways to have fun with it. They even sent us games and recipes to try. My son was so excited. I was too but I was worried since I was inviting some moms from my local group that I had never met before. Everywhere I looked I just saw a big mess and I was frantic. By the time the party rolled around I didn’t care though. I figured they had toddlers and preschoolers too. One of the things we did for the party was a snack station with the Disney Cars character sandwich bags provided by Glad. You can search for the hashtag #MagicofGlad to see what other people did with their bags.

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Each kid could make their own popcorn or chex bag with any ingredients they wanted. I had mini chocolate chip cookies, marshmallows, trail mix, several kinds of nuts, mini m&ms, and goldfish for them to choose from. As you can imagine it was a big hit.

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We were sent a bag of Kilimanjaro animals so we set up an animal station. I bought a tree and lots of animals from a lady at a swap site. It was so awesome. They are heavy plastic and will probably last forever. We also had a box of Zootopia puzzles.

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We had pretzel wands which the kids LOVED. I was trying to make them Mickey wands but they didn’t turn out well.

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Then we made princess wands. It was great.

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We also did all Disney with our plates and cups. We were sent them so I added some Mickey placements. They were super inexpensive.

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I had Hawaiian punch for the kids and called it Mickey’s Bunch Punch. They thought it was funny. They also really enjoyed the Mickey ears cheese. I think the ability to make their own plates was also fun in their minds. disneykids-3

And Disney included some recipes that we decided to try. We did the peanut butter and jelly pinwheels. They were harder than it looks. My sister was getting mad but they looked super cute when they were done.

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Banfield Pet Hospital sent a super cute book, “My Very, Very Smelly Breath”. My son attempted to read it to his friends. He showed them how it was scratch and sniff. The first scratch is a doozy.

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HP sent us Photo Strips sheets to go with the Photo Booth app. We were able to download the app and then it turns red like a photo booth and takes four photos in a row. I couldn’t get my printer to connect while my party was going on but I told everyone I would get their photo strips to them after the party. My son took these strips of the food. Follow @MyPrintly on Twitter and Pinterest and look up the hashtag #CMKY to see more party pics. The pictures he took includes the Nesquik we were sent to help stir their imagination! You can follow Nesquik on Twitter, Youtube, Facebook, and Instagram and see the hashtag #Stirimagination for more party pictures.

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We were also sent Tulip’s Puffy Paint and Aleene’s Tacky Glue from I Love to Create. The kids had paper bags to put on their own puppet show or decorate how they wished. I bought some Mickey crayons and they kids were off having a blast as soon as I set it down.

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We were also sent bags for the kids and hats. The hats were reversible. Princess Sofia on one side and Captain Jake on the other. The grab bags I added Disney’s Lion Guard posters to, some small toys, animals, and some candy.

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Once it was all over I was really happy that all sent us some samples. My daughter’s shirt was a victim of magic chocolate wands. She was extremely dirty.

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I am so thankful to all of the sponsors and especially @DisneyMoms and @DisneyWorld. You can subscribe to the Disney Parks Youtube channel to see all the magic.

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


Author: Kat

Kat is a married mom of three kids aged 19, 11, and 8 that lives close to Birmingham, AL. She loves cats, books, cooking, hockey, and watching movies. She is an admitted nerd, comic book lover, action figure & barbie doll collector, blackjack dealer, beginner croupier, and all around queen of the dorks. You can reach her at topkat@katbalogger.com to talk about product reviews, press trips, sponsorships, or brand messaging.

11 thoughts on “DisneyKids Preschool Playdate Party #DisneyKids”

  1. What a really cute party to have for the kids and a Disney Kids playdate party looks like so much fun. My son and daughter would love the games and snacks!

  2. I like your ideas. I especially like the dipped pretzels with food coloring. That’s something I can use. I’m always looking for new ideas for all my kids birthday parties. We love all things Disney as well

  3. Oh that all looks so fun! I love the wands..and those little pinwheels are so cute! I bet they were pretty hard though! Fun ideas!

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