Walt Disney World will be testing out a new Pixar character experience in a pilot childcare program this April. Beginning April 13 at the Contemporary Resort, kids ages 4-12 can take part each night in the “playful and immersive” program inspired by characters from Toy Story and The Incredibles.
It all kicks off with Space Ranger Training where kids will learn how to identify and battle enemies of the Star Command. Then, Woody and Jessie will show them the ropes of the Wild West during Woody’s Roundup. During the Piston Cup Challenge, youngsters will be able to build a race car, then race it on the Radiator Springs Racetrack. And finally, kids will learn some sweet dance moves during the Incredible Dance Party with Mr. Incredible and Mrs. Incredible. What else is on the menu? Games, dinner and dessert, of course!
Registration begins each night at 5:00pm and programming will run from 6:00-10:30pm. Adults are free to leave and explore Walt Disney World child-free. The cost is $65, plus tax, per child, and children must be fully toilet-trained.
Interestingly, the current childcare centers at Disney (Sandcastle Club at the Beach Club Resort, Lilo’s Playhouse at the Polynesian Resort, and Simba’s Cubhouse at Animal Kingdom Lodge) are set to close in August. The only one remaining will be Club Dolphin at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel.
News source: Disney