To keep the Disney spirit alive during our yearly trips to Walt Disney World, we are having Disney Family Movie Nights. This week, we watched our new copy of Wreck-It Ralph.
- Coloring Sheets
- Puzzle Sheets
- Supplies for candy cars – Cloud Cakes by Little Debbie, Mini Oreos, M&Ms, Apple Jacks, Gummy Bears and icing
- Your favorite Meatloaf Recipe
- Onion Rings
- Red Kool Aid or other red beverage
For dinner, I served Ralph’s Meatloaf Brick (just meatloaf cut like a brick), Sonic Rings (onion rings), Video Game Trees (broccoli), and Pacman’s Cherry Kool-Aid. Of course I arranged the onion rings like a Hidden Mickey.
One of our first activities was assembling a Wreck-It Ralph puzzle that I downloaded as part of the Wreck-It Ralph Activity Pack. below:
We also did a Wreck-It Ralph Color by Numbers pages. Have I mentioned that my kids LOVE coloring?
And finally we made our own candy cars. For the cars, we used Cloud Cakes by Little Debbie, Mini Oreos, M&Ms, Apple Jacks, Gummy Bears and icing to hold it all together. The kids really enjoyed making their yummy candy cars!
After we finished the activities, we sat down to watch the new movie. We were so excited to finally see this movie and it did not disappoint. Disney really outdid themselves with this movie. It was so cute!
The 4-Disc 3D Combo Pack comes with the Blu-ray movie, the 3D Blu-ray Movie, the DVD and a Digital Copy so we can watch this movie on the go.
I love special features and this movie was packed full of them. It included my deleted and alternate scenes (which are my favorite special feature) as well as behind the scene clips and Disney even managed to find original commercials for Fix-It Felix, Jr., Hero’s Duty and Sugar Rush. How cool is that?
If you need a copy of the Wreck-It Ralph 4-Disc Combo Pack, you can order it for $33.85 from Amazon.
Thank you Disney for sending us a copy of Wreck-It Ralph to review.