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Big Hero 6 came out on DVD this past Tuesday and my two oldest boys couldn’t wait. We wanted to take them to see it in theatres but never got a chance to go. The boys had reminded me the movie was coming out so I headed to Target on Tuesday and picked it up for a family movie night. While I was driving home from Target I started thinking about how we could keep Delilah entertained during the movie which lead me to ponder how movie watching changes when you become a parent. If you need a laugh then you have to read my thoughts on movie stages.
- Printables – FOUND HERE
- 10 white balloons
- Permanent black marker
To set up the game print each of the four printable pages onto white cardstock and cut the larger faces out with scissors. Fold the faces in half and then in half again. Stuff one face into each of the ten balloons and then blow them up. Using a permanent marker draw to circle eyes and a line connecting them to make them look like Baymax.
- Tape the printable with all ten small faces onto a wall.
- On the count of three let the kids start trying to pop the balloons to get to the folded face inside.
- Once they get the face from the balloon they find the match on the main sheet.
**You can turn the game into a learning experience for younger children by asking them what emotions each face shows, having them identify the face color or finding the match. For my older boys I had them see who could pop the most balloons.
**This game requires adult supervision when young kids are playing- once a balloon is popped the laytex needs to be picked up so the kids don’t put it in their mouths.
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