I was recently having a conversation with some friends and I said that I truly enjoyed Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and I admitted that I thoroughly enjoy cartoons. One friend brushed me off, saying that I’d “get over that” as my kids got older.
The thing is, I don’t think it’s true. If anything, I love cartoons, television shows and movies made for children now more than I did when I was in the “right” age group.
Pack your bags and grab your passport. Join Mickey, Minnie and pals on a whirlwind trip Around The Clubhouse World!
Climb the Eiffel Tower in France and say “bonjour” to Mademoiselle Daisy and Monsieur Donald Duck. Then, rescue Gondolier Goofy when he goes adrift in Italy’s Grand Canal; solve the mysterious riddle of Pharaoh Pete’s pyramid in Egypt, and meet a dancing dragon at the Great Wall of China.
With your help – and the right Mouseketools – your Clubhouse friends can get their special passport stamped at each wonderful location. Featuring over two hours of song-filled fun, including four additional episodes, this global adventure proves it’s a small world after all!
Here’s a peek at a clip from the DVD:
Here’s another clip to check out:
Around the Clubhouse World includes a nice FREE Passport Activity Book. It’s full of simple reading activities, stickers and more. It occupied Piper (4 years old) for nearly an hour on a long car trip. That alone practically priceless for any mom!
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Around the Clubhouse World has a suggested retail price of $19.99. Lucky for us, it’s been on sale for just $14.99 with free Super Saver Shipping at Amazon for the past few weeks. I’m hoping the price stays low for a while!