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Disney Kids Preschool Friends Playdate & Free Disney Bingo Printable! #DisneyKids #DisneySMMC

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

Little Blondie goes to preschool about an hour away from our house, so needless to say I don’t know too many moms at the school. So when the opportunity came up to have a preschool playdate hosted by Disney I was so excited to apply and reach out to the moms and kids!

Disney Kids Playdate


We received the box in the mail and it was like Christmas…. for me. The box was full of Disney posters, fun games, plates, napkins, decor, cups and more! I kept the box hidden from the little one until the big day because honestly, she would want it all! So instead of starting a tantrum, I planned in hidden locations throughout the house, crept in the dead of night, pinning Disney ideas and recipes, and jaunted off to Target and the Dollar Store in hopes of fun additions while she was at preschool. The whole #DisneyKids Playdate was super stealthy and TOP SECRET! The only thing I let her see what the fancy Sofia the First suitcase we received — she was so excited to see her favorite character on the front, and could not wait to take it to nanas for an overnight stay!

Little Blondie and Sofia! Thank you Disney!

There were so many fun ideas and recipes to try that I found that was Disney related. From cupcakes to skewers, everything can be Disney-bounding! I decided to have the playdate at a local park near my guests. Being that I was having a mid morning playdate at the park, I chose to keep to healthful food choices. Plus, I wanted to make sure that my little that had food allergies could enjoy the food. I made easy and delicious blueberry muffins for some sweetness, served organic baby carrots, goldfish crackers, grapes and apple juice. I placed the carrots in these super cute baggies from Glad. Each baggie has a fun picture of the characters from the Cars movie.


Super cute muffin liners from the dollar store– Can’t beat 99 cents!



Isn’t the baggies the cutest?! They are strong and easy to close. Thanks Glad!



I found this at Albertsons– Langers makes a Mickey Mouse and Friends apple juice– the perfect addition! 





I swear they were having fun, but I think taking a group picture of two and three year old kids takes a professional!


The kids loved the reversible hats- one side was a Sofia the First crown, while on the other side was a fun Jake and the Neverland Pirates hat. The boys and girls were thrilled! We played, ran around, ate our delicious snacks.

Disney also supplied some fabulous games for the kids to play. I brought the Walt Disney World Resort Bingo game to play thinking it might be a good fit for this age group (2 and 3 year olds), but later found that to get the kiddos to stay in one place was HARD, so we skipped this portion of the plan. Here is a download for you though (click on the picture below)! I would say it’s perfect for kids 4 and up!



Last but certainly not least were the goody bags! Does Disney know how to do a goody bag or what?! There were fun animals from the Animal Kingdom, a poster and cute tattoos for each of them from the Lionguard. I supplied fun little Disney sticker books from the dollar store.


A special thank you to all of the sponsors of the #DisneyKids Playdate: Disney, I Love to Create, Banfield Pet Hospital, Glad, All, Nesquik

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