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I craft this post as my girls watch the Pirate Fairy for about the 4th time in a matter of 2 weeks. They LOVE this movie. My daughter already knew who Tinkerbell was before watching this movie. And although she is only 2 years old, she is already a HUGE Disney fan. She has a Tinkerbell doll and after this movie, it looks like we may have to get her a Zarina doll! We watched it for the first time last week and the movie was really entertaining for everyone. I say this as my 8 month old is dancing in her chair to the main song in the movie “Who I Am”. It’s Natasha Bedingfield, it’s pretty catchy!
The movie shows how 6 fairy amigas work together to save Pixie Hollow. Just as there is in Latino culture, there is a tight knit family in Pixie Hollow. They find themselves faced with some unexpected chaos, but despite this, everyone comes together in the end. We really did love this movie. We also loved how each fairy had their own special talent, and how they were able to deal with an unexpected twist to it. You will have to watch to find out what I’m talking about.
After the movie, I searched for some Pirate Fairy coloring pages for my daughter to paint on so she was able to enjoy it even more after it ended. You can get the same color pages we printed here.
Pirate Fairy is available on Blu-ray™ & Digital as of April 1st. To celebrate the release of the movie, I also participated in the 10 day Instagram photo challenge from Disney, which included fun themes like teamwork, friendship, forgiveness, making good choices and family.
Here’s a photo of my girls watching Pirate Fairy. You get the idea. 🙂
And a photo of my toddler painting her Zarina coloring page after the movie.
I hope your little ones enjoy it as much as mine did!