Have you seen Disney’s latest animated hit, FROZEN, yet? My boys have seen it twice and I know they’d love to see it again – and so would I! I am sure we will buy it as soon as it’s released on DVD. In the meantime I planned an end of Christmas break (Back to school – YAY ;-)) party for the boys. I started by picking up a few FROZEN toys and books, and added in a fun snack and craft. It’s not frozen in Arizona but we can still have #FROZENFun!
Our #FROZENFun started with finding a talking Olaf at Walmart. The boys are really into action figures so I had hoped to find a set of the movie characters. No such luck but I did find a few fun options including Olaf!
I also picked up several books, a fun sled with Anna and a camera that shows scenes from the movie. On my way out I picked up lunch at Subway. Subway Fresh Fit for Kids meals have FROZEN themed reusable bags! Perfect for storing the mini figures that came in one of the books I bought.
The boys found the giant Olaf and the tiny snow monster very funny. Sort of a role reversal from the movie. 😉
And as much fun as the Disney toys were, they really loved our special Olaf snack. Who wouldn’t want to eat a snowman made from 4 donuts?
Because I’ve had a few questions, this is the exact candy I used for Olaf’s Nose (affiliate link).
We don’t have snow in Tucson but we can pretend.
We also made giant snowflakes out of packing peanuts. I stashed away a big bag of them from Christmas deliveries. I knew we’d have a good use for them. We just created various snowflake designs (big and small) on a flat surface and then I hot glued them together.