This is aprt of a sponsored collaboration with DiMe Media and Disney Junior. However, all opinons expressed herein are my own.
It’s no secret we love Disney. Disney Junior and the Disney Channels are all that are pretty much on in our house. Combine that with my oldest and his love of anything space and planets and it’s no surpsie that one of our favorite shows on Disney Junior right now is Miles from Tomorrowland. I say “we” because I enjoy the show as much as the kids do. So what better way to encourage my little space explorer then to have an out of this world Miles from Tomorrowland viewing party!
To celebrate the countdown to Miles This weekend we invited some friends and family over to celebrate our little space explorers with a fun Miles from Tomorrowland party! We played, ate and of course finished the evening offwatching our favorite show on Disney Junior.
The boys created their very own rocket ships to fly out in the yard. They spent launching their rockets and even attached glow sticks to them once it was dark to make glow in the dark rockets.
We took a little break in between rocket launches to munch on some yummy space snacks.
I found space themed Goldfish crackers with little rockets and planets that were perfect for the party.
I made some Interstellar Popcorn and served them up in these cute Miles from Tomorrowland themed popcorn containers. I printed out the show’s logo and attached them to stickers that I put right on the popcorn containers. I picked up some orange and blue Sixlets to add to the popcorn for a planet theme.
For dinner, I made Rocket Ship Hot Dogs as our main attraction. To make these Rocket Ship Hot Dogs simply wrap bun length hot dogs in crescent rolls strips. Bake for 15 minutes in a 350 oven. Once the hot dogs are done cooking, remove from oven and attach a triangle shaped piece of cheese to the top with a toothpick.
For dessert, we made Blodger cupcakes and my son had so much fun helping decorate them. I added the icing and he placed on the candy eyes. To make your own Blodger Cupcakes add 4 drops of yellow food coloring with 4 drops of green food coloring to white cake mix. If the green is still too light add one drop of green at a time until you reach your desired shade. I tinted the icing the same way and added two candy eyes to each one. The kids LOVED them!
After dinner, the boys wanted to launch their rockets a few more times until it was time to watch the show.
Want to get in on all the space exploration fun? Visit DisneyJunior.com/SpaceMissions and explore fun tech, rocket crafts, and planets with fun mission activities inspired by Miles from Tomorrowland. Take a picture of your little space explorers with their completed activity by clicking the “Get Started” button HERE and follow the three easy steps to submit your photo.
Each photo entry could get you one step closer to winning the grand prize – A VIP family tri[ to the Kenned Space Center to see a rocket launch and meet an astronaut, and receive a virtual reality viewer, 3D printes and Miles from Tomorrowland toys!! Check out this video for more information, but hurry because the deadline to enter is Monday 8/31!!
Be sure to join Miles on his special mission to Mars on Saturday, September 19th! Celebrate the premiere of Miles from Tomorrowland: Space Mission Mars, a special new episode with a Disney Junior Twitter Party. Grab your little cosmic explorer, some breakfast, follow #MilesFromTomorrowland on Twitter and join us as we tune in at 8:30 am EST for Miles’ latest adventures with his family. It’s going to be blastasic with aweseome prizes so we hope that you’ll be able to join us for some intergalactic fun!
Don’t forget to pick a space mission to complete with your child for your chance to win!