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Disney Junior Gives Moms a Break

Taking a road trip? Need to keep the kids busy while you get the laundry done or scrub the floors? Working on making a pie crust for the first time and just need some space in the kitchen to figure it out yourself? Disney Junior’s new apps combine fun interactive learning with your children’s favorite characters to keep them busy for a few precious minutes as you get what you need to get done done.

Clearly Jake and the Neverland Pirates is a favorite with my own little pirate, and Jake’s Never Land Pirate School app for iPhone, iPad, and the iPod Touch means that he can extend his adventures from just sitting in front of the television into actually playing along with the computer.

In Mickey Mouse Road Rally, your little Musketeers will have the chance to run and jump and play just as if they’re a part of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, turning their favorite show into a playful game. They can solve problems while you work on your souffle.

If you can’t watch on t.v., grab full length episodes are available from Disney Watch online or from your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch using the Disney WATCH app. It’s free and easy to use, making them available just when you need them. Comcast Xfinity customers can also access the shows through On Demand as well.

Join us August 8th at 9 PM EST for a Disney Junior Twitter party! You could win an iPad!! RSVP at http://bit.ly/QsXDE2 and use the hashtags #spon and #mackidtips

A big thanks to Disney Junior for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.

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