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Tuesday, June 12, 2012
DISNEY JUNIOR'S "YO HO, LET'S GO SUMMER!" MULTI-PLATFORM PROGRAMMING EVENT RETURNS FEATURING NEW EPISODES OF CABLE TV'S #1 AND #2 SERIES AMONG KIDS 2-5, "DOC MCSTUFFINS" AND
"JAKE AND THE NEVER LAND PIRATES," BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 4
Other favorite Disney Junior series including "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse," "Jungle Junction" and "Octonauts" beginning June 4th to August 24th! The "Yo Ho, Let's Go Summer!" programming event will take place across all Disney Junior digital platforms including Disney Junior On Demand, Mobile and iTunes, as well as an immersive online super-site on DisneyJunior.com featuring new games to "unlock" each week and a printable summer scrapbook. Additionally, new interactive iOS apps for "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" and "Jake and the Never Land Pirates" which is available now.
Disney Junior's "Yo Ho, Let's Go Summer!" programming event kicks off on Monday, June 4 with a week of new "Jake and the Never Land Pirates" episodes airing on both the Disney Junior programming block on Disney Channel (8:30 a.m., ET/PT) and the new 24-hour Disney Junior channel (5:30 p.m., ET/PT). Also beginning June 4, kids and their parents can log on to DisneyJunior.com/Summer to print out pictures of their favorite Disney Junior characters to take along with them and include in photos of their summer adventures. Parents can then upload the photos of their child with their character for the chance to be seen on Disney Junior. The site will also feature a printable summer scrapbook, with new pages added each week through August 24.
Beginning Friday, June 15, new episodes of favorite Disney Junior series will air every Friday throughout the summer on both the Disney Junior programming block and the Disney Junior channel. During each episode premiere, kids will see a featured Disney Junior character of the day and can go online to DisneyJunior.com/Summer to unlock a new game based on that character.
Among the premieres are an episode of "Jake and the Never Land Pirates" where Marina (voiced by recurring guest star Ariel Winter of "Modern Family") and the rest of the mermaids make Izzy an honorary mermaid, Friday, June 29; a special 45-minute episode of "Jungle Junction," where Zooter and Ellyvan care for a stranded baby FlaGoGo bird, Friday, July 6; Donald Duck serves as a reluctant babysitter for a mystery egg on "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse," Friday, July 13; Jim Belushi guest stars as the recurring character Glo-Bo, a six-handed toy monster in "Doc McStuffins," Friday, July 20; Jane Kaczmarek guest stars in the recurring role of Red Jessica, a swashbuckling pirate gal who wins over Captain Hook in "Jake and the Never Land Pirates," Friday, August 10; and a heartwarming episode of "Doc McStuffins" where Doc's toy friends come to her rescue when she becomes the patient, Friday, August 17.
Using the "Jake's Never Land Pirate School" app, preschoolers can become completely immersed in Never Land, completing pirate-themed challenges presented in Sailing, Music, Flying, and Map and Spyglass classes. Features include: hunting for doubloons on Doubloon Beach; a customizable pirate certificate signed by Jake; and the ability to import a child's photo into Pixie Dust flying class.
As you can see from the above information Disney has packed summer full with adventure & fun for our kids! I was actually shocked by all the things that is available to keep children learning throughout the summer with loads of fun involved!
As I was reading about the different shows coming out I really didn't know too much about them so we did some research! I am continually amazed at the quality of programming Disney puts out & it's not only for the kids most adults love it also! The only thing i can say when it comes to my kids is thank goodness for on demand because they love Disney just as I did when I was a kid.
I wish Disney Jr. was around when I was a kid! There are so many benefits for kids when it comes to them watching this great channel. Not only does Disney Jr.'s programming help children's development by teaching specific learning development themes such as early language and math skills for young, impressionable children, but also helps children develop healthy eating habits and helps with social skills. Disney Jr.'s target audience is ages 2 - 7 but I watch it as well for it's funny, entertaining, and educational programming. So get on board and add Disney Jr. to your daily tv watching repertoire!
The very kind people over at Disney sent me the below products to give to 3 lucky fans!!!
The products included are a Jake & Never Land Pirates Backpack plus sticker pack, Doc McStuffins Notebook, July Issue of Disney Junior Magazine, Disney Junior Tee, Doc McStuffins Lunch Box, Jake & Never Land Prates Bandana & Tattoo's!
Prize Package 1 includes:
Jake & Never Land Pirates Backpack plus sticker pack
Jake & Never Land Prates Bandana
Prize Pack 2 Includes:
Doc McStuffins Lunch Box
Doc McStuffins Notebook
Doc MsStuffins BandAids
Prize Pack 3 Includes:
July Issue of Disney Junior Magazine
Disney Junior Tee
Disney Themed Tattoo's
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