I haven’t even seen or heard Frozen yet, but “Sing-Along” was enough to get me. So, if you and your family are already fans and know the songs, this seems like the best way to experience a Disney film. I’ve added the trailer below in case you were as clueless as me that there was a new Disney film. It made me laugh out loud a couple times.
If you like to balance the Disney Fairytale experience with the classics, then the American Swedish Institute has an option for you. Learn a little more about Hans Christian Andersen in this 30-minute show that includes puppetry, dance and music. For instance, did you know he enjoyed the art of papercutting? This is a nice tie-in to the Papercut exhibition. When the little ones need a break from all the grown-uppery, stop by the interactive family gallery.
We’re playing a little bit of the tourist this weekend with a trip to the MOA and then one to the Water Park of America. After the last couple weeks of winter, we could use a summery break . This weekend, you can enjoy a day of fun in the water while supporting tpt kids’ programming.
If you really love tpt and want to do more to support it, you can join a special “Meet & Greet” with Clifford and Curious George from 3-4pm, before the event opens to everyone. This is $75 for 2 people and than $25 for each additional person. Meet your favorite characters, eat a snack and have some exclusive fun before the crowds show up.