Today the Jungle Cruise comes out and we are ready for a fun movie night. Yes, our Fridays, especially in the summer, are meant for movies. This summer was not exactly how we planned it. There was so much rain that we couldn’t make use of our outdoor movie theater. On top of that, the little one hasn’t been feeling 100% so he has been inside this week. Plus we have officially begun working on our move. Going back and for the between NYC and Catskills take up a lot of time. Thankfully, we still make time for our movies, sometimes we just have to do them in the car instead.
Anyway, I was excited for this film and to watch the Matthew. I love Disneyland and Disney World and this film is based off one of my favorite rides but with two actors I follow their careers closely, Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. This film can be scarier for young children, so be yarned. There was also a line of unspoken understanding about LGBTQ of the time.
On to the lesson we have set. We watched the Jungle Cruise ride it was based on, which I linked above. Then we looked at the map and located the Amazon. We also looked at photos and videos from the area to really get a good feel of it.
We learned so much. We went off on a tangent in our lesson about deforestation but then brought it back to planning for the movie. We created fun crafts and planned out a menu based on camping (as if we were camping in the jungle). I hope you all have fun in your own movie night.
Lion Paper Craft For Kids With Printable Template – Ottawa Mommy Club
“This cute and easy lion paper craft with printable template is the perfect way to craft up a roaring good time with the kids! Print off a few of the free templates and grab some basic craft supplies to start creating these too cute paper lions! ” – Lyne
Paper Bag Giraffe Puppet Craft – Simple Everyday Mom
“Going to the zoo is one of the best things to go out and do with the kids! But for those days when you can’t get outside, why not bring the zoo inside?” – Sam
Elephant Paper Plate Craft For Kids – Simple Everyday Mom
“Often times, elephants are one of the most popular animals at the zoo! Their large size, unique trunk, and gentle nature make them kids’ favorite animal.” – Sam
10 Free Printable Camping Coloring Pages for Kids (age 3+) – Lil Tigers
“Do you enjoy camping or even already have a camping trip planned? Encourage your kids with these free printable camping coloring pages and get them excited.” – Lil Tigers
Make: A Bubble Wrap Printed Chameleon (and DIY fascinator!) – Barley and Birch
“We’ve gone absolutely WILD for spring hat season this year! Something about the month of April makes me want to doll myself up, put on a fancy hat, and strut my stuff in this GORGEOUS weather. This year, instead of an Easter bonnet we decided to go avant-garde with with an exotic DIY fascinator – accessorised with our own alluring bubble wrap printed chameleon!” – Amanda
Lion Pancakes – Angela Holden
“Lion pancakes are the perfect way to celebrate the upcoming live action Lion King movie. Plus when you don’t need any special tools to make them, it is even better! So, whip up a fun breakfast for the jungle lover in your home any day of the week with this quick and easy idea! They will love these themed pancakes and you will love seeing them smile! Have a unicorn lover in your home?” – Angela
DAMPER – Aussie Home Cook
“This Aussie damper is about as iconic as Australian food gets. A quick easy rustic bread that was eaten by settlers camping in the Australian bush.” – Sarah
Easy Campfire Cones Recipe For Your Camping Trip – Lil Tigers
“Are you looking for new camping recipes? Then try this fantastic Campfire Cones Recipe.
It is super easy to prepare and can be made ahead of time.” – Lil Tigers
- Grill or fire Pit
- Tin Foil
- 4 Bananas
- 1 cup Mini marshmallows
- 1/2 cup mini chocoate chips
- Fire up the grill or the fire pit, Make sure its nice and warm
- Take your Bananas (with the peel on) and cut open the long way as if its a sandwich but keep the peel and Dont cut it from tip to bottom just enough in the middle.
- Place each banana on its own tin foil piece. Then stuff the banana with the marshmallows and mini chocolate chips. Wrap up the banana boats tightly in the tin foil and place on the grill and fire for about 10 minutes. This will melt the marshmallw and chocolate insides.
- Carefully using your tongs, take off the fire and enjoy.