This one gets my vote for most underrated Disney movie. I just love Disney's Treasure Planet. If you've never seen it, I definitely suggest giving it a shot. You won't regret it! Hey, why not make it a movie night!? *wink*
delightfully tangy, yet robust
For dinner, we enjoyed some Little Dippers (popcorn chicken) and Big Dippers (chicken nuggets).
Snacks included Capt. Amelia's Cat Treats (Lucky Charms cereal. I've always thought it looked like cat food. lol) and Flint's Treasure (caramel corn, Hershey's Nuggets, Skittles, chocolate coins). Note the pirate hats! I bought these, colored over the "faces" with black marker, then used a white paint pen to make them look like Flint's Pirate Skull. Cool huh?!
Powdered Spheroids (donuts), Dr. Doppler's Biscuits (graham crackers) and Purp Juice (grape soda) to wash it down.
Caramel Pecan Scroops (this recipe with pretzel legs stuck into the Rollo before it cools) and Zorellian Jelly (Gummy) Worms.
Bonzabeast Stew (chocolate pudding and white gumballs with eyes drawn on using food color writers).
As always, I'm happy to share my printables with you! Here are the food tags and soda bottle wrap. Enjoy!
the loot of a thousand worlds
Tonight's activity was Black Hole Toss. I used a foam board (poster board won't stand on its own) and cut various sized holes in it. The smallest being worth the most points. The kids then tossed bean bags and tried to get them into the holes. As always, EVERYONE'S A WINNER! Their prizes? Flarp. Or in honor of tonight's movie, Morph!
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