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Summertime Fun with New Disney Junior Apps!

All about the newest Disney Junior apps, via Babble.com
We’ve already had a jam-packed summer — filled with fun trips, lots of time spent in the parks, summer camp, and visiting family. But in the midst of a busy summer, kids (and parents!) need some downtime. So, on the next long car trip, rainy day, or quiet afternoon, have a stellar trick up your sleeve: a host of new, on-the-go-ready appisodes and free episodes from Disney Junior! 

The Mickey Mouse Club House Road Rally is an engaging appisode that combines the fun and movement of the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse with lots of kid-approved interactive features.

There’s also Jake’s Never Land Pirate School where young students can “attend” sailing, map, or pirate band classes. My daughter’s favorite is definitely Pixie Dust class — where she learns the pixie dust basics from the experts.

All about the newest Disney Junior apps, via Babble.com

If you’re looking to watch your favorite episodes, there’s also the Disney WATCH app, where you can see your favorite episodes on-demand either online or via the Disney Junior WATCH app on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Best of all, both options are free! Comcast Xfinity subscribers have access to premiere content, including a live feed of the network online and through the app. If you’re not on Comcast, contact your cable provider to ask for the service via the website or the app.

Get in on the fun and join us August 8th (that’s tonight!) at 9 PM EST for a Disney Junior Twitter party! You could win an iPad. RSVP here 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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