Earth Day is around the corner (April 22nd) and to celebrate this special day (where we as citizens unite to celebrate the earth and discuss important issues like conservation and environmental protection), Disneynature will be releasing the much-anticipated “Born in China” motion picture on April 21st.
“Born in China” follows the adventures of three animal families: a panda mother raising her baby, a family of golden monkeys welcoming a new child and a mother snow leopard and her two cubs struggling to live in an increasingly harsh environment. Featuring stunning imagery, the film navigates the vast terrain and remote wilderness of China allowing guests to witness the intimate moments shared by these families.
In anticipation of the cinematic release, Disney has made available “Born in China” activity packs which are perfect for introducing your little ones to many of the themes and ideas covered in the film.
Here’s a sneak peek:
The full “Born in China” activity pack can be found at nature.disney.com as well as an educators pack for teachers.
Guests at Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, Disney’s Vero Beach Resort and Disney’s Hilton Head Resort were treated to exclusive screenings of “Born In China” this week. The event brought families together to watch the film and to engage in fun actives including many of those found in the activity pack mentioned above.
Missed the on-site screening? Cinema-goers are still able to play their part this Earth Day. See “Born in China” on opening weekend and Disneynature will make a donation in your honor to World Wildlife Fund. The proceeds will help protect the wild pandas and snow leopards.
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