Happening across Disney Stores in the UK & Ireland right now is a celebration of the Disney Junior show, The Lion Guard entitled ‘Defenders of the Pride Lands’.
The Lion Guard is a Disney Junior show which continues the story of The Lion King, following the adventures of Kion, the second born cub of Simba and Nala and his friends. It is targeted at children aged 2-7 years old. At the Disney Store in the UK & Ireland, there is a range of mini activities to celebrate the show – ‘Defenders of the Pride Lands’ with an activity based on each main character.
Kion – the leader of The Lion Guard. Guests will be asked to show what sounds other animals make, ending on Kion’s famous Lion Guard roar.
Ono – as his skill is keenest of sight, Guests will test their eyesight in a game of I-Spy for items around the Store, with clues given along the way.
Bunga – Guests will need to be brave, like Bunga, and navigate The Lion Guard maze.
Beshte – Guests will take part in a Trivia challenge to guess which animals are the strongest, just like Beshte herself.
Fuli – the fastest in The Lion Guard, and Guests will need to complete a fitness activity in the quickest time!
When you complete the tasks, you will be issued with a certificate and a set of stickers so you can become an honorary member of The Lion Guard!
Now, as I have mentioned several times on here, we’re going to Disneyland Paris this year for H’s birthday (and she still doesn’t know) – so I’ve been spending a lot of time on the Disney Store website. There’s a LOT to choose from on there!
The Disney Store has a really wide range of products including, of course, Disney Junior. There’s a range of toys from The Lion Guard which include figures, play sets, clothing, soft toys and homeware. There are also ranges available from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Doc McStuffins, Jake and the Never Land Pirates and Sofia the First. You just need to head to the Disney Store over here.
Fancy some dressing up? There’s some fab Doc McStuffins and Sofia costumes – I like that the Doc McStuffins one comes with extra parts so you can dress up with your little pals and play vets together! (H would love that!) It has a rrp of £25.95.
I’m thinking H might wear the Minnie Mouse costume which has a rrp of £25.95 – although almost certainly when we get to Disneyland – I’ve got some ears already!!
If you’re a Lion Guard fan, then this Kion stuffed toy is pretty cute with a rrp of £18.95 he looks pretty close to his cartoon self too!
As well as this, anyone who purchases anything from the Disney Junior range at the Disney Store will have a chance to win £500 worth of Disney Store products! To enter, Guests are invited to take a fun photo of their purchase and share on Facebook by 23 July 2016.
The Lion Guard continues to air on Disney Junior every Wednesday at 5:30pm – here’s a link to the section on Disney Junior.