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Tomorrow is the launch of The Walt Disney Signature Collection with Disney’s SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack! My Disney lover has been SO excited for this series to start coming out.
We got a sneak peek at the Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and we LOVE all the additional content!
“Featuring In-Depth Brand New Bonus Material Including “In Walt’s Words: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Iconography,” “@DisneyAnimation: Designing Disney’s First Princess,” “The Fairest Facts of Them All: 7 Facts You May Not Know About Snow White,” “Snow White in Seventy Seconds,” “Alternate Sequence: The Prince Meets Snow White”, the recently discovered and restored Oswald the Lucky Rabbit short “Hungry Hobos” (digital exclusive) and Much More!”
My boys really liked watching the extra content and still haven’t looked through them all! If you have older kids at home who like watching the extra content I thought I’d share how this fun craft can keep the younger ones busy during a movie night or quiet time!
Doing some abstract art projects is simple and a great way to encourage kids to create even if they get frustrated that their art pieces don’t look exactly like their coloring books! We’ve done this before, but I wanted to show how simple it is to change up depending on your interests (or movie).
Just use sheets of paper, some scissors and a glue stick. Cut, stick and have fun guessing what everyone has created!
Can you guess who my son made?
You can do this with paper, paint, crayons, markers, recycled packaging… Have fun with it!
Here’s a little peek at the new Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs release!
Need some more activities? Here are some Snow White printables from Disney!
Do your kids like costumes to go along with their movies like mine? Check out this DIY no-sew Prince costume from Desert Chica!