Jake and the Neverland Pirates: Battle for the Book releases on DVD January 6th! FREE inside every DVD is an exclusive checker board bandana with gold coins that you can’t get anywhere else!
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Want to create a fun Jake & the Neverland themed playdate or party for your preschool pirates? You’ve come to the right place! Today I’m sharing pirate-themed ideas for pulling off a swashbuckling party.
Jake and the Neverland Pirates Playdate Party
- Decor – head to your local party store for plates, napkins, and other accessories to set the ambiance.
- Food – think finger foods. Kids can get sidetracked very easily when playing with friends, so provide simple food options like tortilla roll-ups and fruit kabobs.
- Activities – consider 2-3 pirate-themed activities for the kids to do while at the playdate. DisneySideCelebrations.com is a great resource for creative Jake and the Neverland activities like a printable pirate treasure chest or treasure map coloring pages.
- Party favors – don’t forget to send your friends home with party favors, pirate-themed of course! Consider items like pirate necklaces, party hats, coloring books and crayons.
Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean learning has to pause. Keep up with summer reading with Disney Publishing Books. To get more fluent in reading it takes practice and the more often children read, the more proficient they become. So don’t let summer slip away – keep your child’s brain active through reading to help them grow.
Whether your child loves to read, or struggles with it, parents can take an active approach at encouraging kids to build on their reading skills, especially over summer break. I do agree that children should have a “break”, but it doesn’t have to be a standstill one. To avoid what’s called the “summer slide” students are encouraged to stay active with reading to help them retain the essential skills they’ve learned. So what better way to get your kids excited about reading, than through familiar Disney characters like Dusty from PLANES, Jake and the Never Land Pirates, Sofia the First, and more.