Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year Movie Night

It is New Years Eve and we decided to brighten the season with the lovable and cuddly Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Rabbit, Eeoyre, Piglet, Kanga and Roo for our #movienightfriday.

We kept the lesson easy but we read Winnie the Pooh audio books then watched the movie.


How to Make Winnie the Pooh’s Honey Snacks – Kelly’s Classroom Online

January 18th is National Winnie the Pooh Day. Celebrate this fun day with this honey snacks recipe. Peanut butter, honey, Cheerios, sugar, and peanuts

“National Winnie the Pooh Day falls on January 18th of each year.  Although it’s not an official holiday, it’s a special day of recognition.  January 18th is A.A. Milne’s birthday… the author creator of Winnie the Pooh!  On this day, many schools host special reading days in which students and staff wear Winnie the Pooh hats and shirts, read Winnie the Pooh books, watch Winnie the Pooh videos, and have tasty Winnie the Pooh themed snacks.  Fun times!  Keep reading for a simple, sugary sweet recipe that you and your students can make for Winnie the Pooh Day” – Kelly


Chicken served on a plate with some tomato sauce and a side of honey mustard dressing.

“Tender, moist, and delicious Instant Pot chicken breast and potatoes cooked with honey and mustard. This recipe uses simple kitchen spices such as Italian seasoning to give you an amazing dish that everyone will absolutely love. It is easy to make, paleo-friendly, and perfect for weeknight dinners.” – Kate

Bee Cupcake Toppers – Amanda’s Cookin

close up of bee cupcakes

“Recently my daughter, Kristen helped throw a bridal shower for her friend, Lynette. Lynette loves bees and has all sorts of keepsakes and decorative bee items. So Kristen knew she wanted to make pretty, yellow frosted bee cupcakes with sweet little bee cupcake toppers.” – Amanda

How to Make Bumblebee Cinnamon Honey Cupcakes with Honey Frosting – Our Wabi Sabi Life

Four Honey Cinnamon Bumblebee Cupcakes on a table.

“Everyone needs a delicious dessert recipe to have whether it is for a special occasion or a recipe to devour by yourself when you’re in the mood for something sweet. This Honey Cinnamon Bumblebee Cupcakes with Honey Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting is an absolute bomb of flavor in your mouth and may become a favorite” – Debi

Honey Baked Bananas – Hungry Healthy Happy

“Warm, sweet and gooey Baked Bananas are such a simple dessert, but there are so many different ways to serve them to have them a different way every time. Baking bananas really brings out the flavour and the sweetness and makes the perfect dessert for a cold winter night. Less than 130 calories for a super sweet dessert too.” – Dannii


“Try our Vanilla and Honey Almond Butter recipe for delicious twist on classic nut butter. Make your own homemade almond butter with just 5 ingredients and a food processor. Homemade nut butter is so easy to make and if your family can get through a jar in a day, then this will save you a fortune too. Sweet and salty roasted almonds, blended in to a smooth and creamy butter.” – Dannii

Honey Glazed Salmon – Dinner at the Zoo

This honey glazed salmon is seared salmon fillets topped in a honey, soy sauce and garlic glaze. A quick and easy dinner option that’s on the table in just 20 minutes!” – Jacque

Honey Chicken – Dinner at the Zoo

This honey chicken is crispy pieces of chicken breast that are fried to golden brown perfection, then tossed in a sweet and savory honey sauce. A homemade version of the takeout classic that tastes even better than what you would get at a restaurant!” – Jacque


What’s Inside: Cute & easy Winnie-the-Pooh Marshmallow Pops are a fun treat for movie night and birthday parties!” – Stacey

WINNIE THE POOH DONUTS – In the Kids Kitchen

“We’re super excited for the new Winnie the Pooh movie, Christopher Robin, which hits theaters this month! To celebrate, we’re sharing some of our favorite Pooh-themed recipes that kids will love to make…and eat!” – Stacey

Honey Roasted Cereal Snack Mix  – Two Kids and a Coupon

“This sweet treat is great for after school snacks, fall tailgating or anytime you want a simple snack that only takes minutes to make.” – Kim

Homemade Winnie the Pooh Hot Cocoa Bombs – Dollar Crafter

““I wasn’t going to eat it, I was just going to taste it…” is not something you will find yourself (or Pooh Bear) saying when it comes to these DIY Winnie the Pooh Hot Cocoa Bombs. I promise that while these hot cocoa bombs are a blast to make, they are that much more fun to eat 😉” – Stephanie

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