Disneyland Paris launches website filled with fun activities for UAE families

Little Disney fans can discover games, activities, videos and more

Disneyland Paris launches website filled with fun activities for UAE families

Once upon a time, schools across the UAE were closed and children were spending a lot of time indoors. So, Disneyland Paris launched a website to bring some fun into their homes. True story. 

Disneyland Paris has launched 'Disneyland Paris at home', where kiddos will find a huge selection of activities including games, videos, recipes and more.

The happiest place in the world is offering little princes and princesses access to a huge selection of Disney-themed activities on its new website.

Curated by Disneyland Paris, the platform offers a variety of exciting games and activities such as magic colouring, connect-the-dots, mazes, cut-outs and spot the difference to keep little Disney fans entertained for hours (and you know what that means mums and dads... Peace).

The site also includes tutorial videos showing mini artists how to draw their favourite Disney characters, dance the most iconic Disneyland Paris choreographies and get the look of beautiful princesses like Belle and Elsa with hair and make-up instructions.

In addition, budding chefs can whip up breakfast, lunch, dinner or colourful desserts using step-by-step, easy-to-follow recipes from the Disneyland Paris restaurants.

Kiddos can also watch videos of some of the most spectacular Disneyland Paris shows and even download exclusive Disneyland Paris virtual backgrounds to personalise their home learning video calls (maybe ask your teacher first though).

Plus, new content will be uploaded regularly for little ones to discover and enjoy.

And best of all, it's absolutely free. Now, that's what we call a dream come true!

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