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#DisneyKids Pirate and Princess Preschool Playdate {Sponsored}

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

Yo ho and welcome to our #DisneyKids Pirate and Princess Preschool Playdate. Thanks to our friends at Disney Parks and Mom Select, we had the opportunity to host a fun filled playdate for our little preschooler and his friends. It turned out to be a great day complete with crafts, story time, snacks and a whole lot of playing!

When the opportunity to host another #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate arose, I jumped at the chance. As a working mom, I find it hard to really connect with the parents of my kids’ friends. These playdates are the perfect occasion to meet my kids’ friends, network with their parents and chat about all things Disney.


The Box

The kids and I eagerly waited for our party kit to arrive. When it did, we were not disappointed. As you’ll see in our unboxing video, they could’t wait to tear into the box to find out what goodies were inside.

The Theme

Since this was a special playdate for Jackson and his friends, I wanted him to have a say in the party preparations.  The first thing Jackson gravitated towards from the box was the dual sided pirate and princess crowns. Since his friends are a mix of boys and girls we decided that Pirates and Princesses would be the perfect theme for our playdate.



We kicked off the playdate with Disney Junior puppet making. Outlines and bags provided in the kit helped the little ones create some fun character puppets. Of course, they weren’t complete without a little glitter.

After craftiing, the kids settled in for story time. Bella was happy to lead this activity by reading My Very, Very Smelly Breath. This delightful scratch-and-sniff story was written to help children and pet owners provide the very best care for their furry friends’ teeth. The kids loved how interactive the book was and couldn’t wait to see what the next page would hold.


Where’s the bone? I see it!

While structured activities are all well and good, kids just want to play. Jackson and his friends are about to enter Kindergarten ushering in a whole new world for them. It was important to us to provide time for the kids to play. We set up some pirate and princess themed toys in the family room and let the kids go!

Pirate & Princess Party Food

No playdate is complete without some delicious party food.  Laid out on two appropriate themed tablecloths, I created two menus fit for both pirate and princess fans. The food was fun, colorful and the perfect size for little ones to eat.

Our pirate spread consisted of:

Hot Dog Ships

Gold Doubloon Cookies

Treasure Sandwiches

 Fish and Chips

The princess feast included:

Tea Sandwiches

Clover’s Veggie Patch

Sofia’s Seashell Mac and Cheese

(recipe included in the kit)

Princess Fruit Wands

All of these goodies were washed down with big glasses of Nesquik.

Goody Bags

We couldn’t let the kids leave empty handed. But we also made them work for their goodies. We buried treasure chests in a bin filled with packing peanuts. Once they uncovered the treasure they found their boxes were loaded with gold doubloons, jewels, dinosaurs and a Disney character figure.

They also were given a backpack filled with a Lion Guard poster, Lion Guard tattoos, a Walt Disney World park map specially designed for Preschoolers, bubbles and some Gold Doubloon cookies packed safely in Glad bags.

Thanks to Our Sponsors

A big thank you to our generous sponsors for helping us make our #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate a success.

For more ideas and inspiration for hosting your own Preschool Playdate, check out our #DisneyKids Preschool Playdate Pinterest Board.

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Stay tuned for more exciting posts from our playdate and sponsors.

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


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