Disney Store’s Summer Play Days Take Off

By Tee Burgess



Disney Stores offer cool fun for kids through Sept. 1 with their Summer Play Days, where ages 3 and up can enjoy story time, show time and Disney trivia, and learn a bit about the art of animation – all free. On a recent morning at the Disney Store at the Glendale Galleria, my 6-year-old daughter, who is a big fan of the first Planes film, joined a team of young aviators for some Planes: Fire & Rescue-themed fun.

In this sequel, now in theaters, Dusty and his team battle insane wildfires, overcome obstacles and learn what it takes to become a real hero. Kids can train to be aerial firefighters just like Dusty during Play Days sessions at 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. July 19. Participants will be introduced to Dusty, Skipper, Windlifter and other characters from the film and watch movie clips.

Next, kids will learn to “fly low,” manipulate a parachute and take on a daring-yet-entertaining rescue mission. Families will also receive educational tips from the U.S. Forest Service on how to prevent forest fires. After finishing the missions, the brave young pilots will receive a certificate of completion.

Tech savvy aviators, with the help of their parents, can also explore the Planes: Fire & Rescue app, where kids can read along with the story and play games. The app is available at the iTunes store and is free.

Check out The Disney Store’s Summer Play Days schedule for more fun-filled activities throughout the summer.

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