When I was a child, I LOVED Winnie the Pooh. I can remember one summer when my parents had a long trial to the Disney channel. (This was before Disney channel was included in most cable packages.) When I heard that old theme song, I came running.
Now, I love to see my kids watching and enjoy Winnie the Pooh too. Isn’t it great when we can enjoy those timeless characters together?
National Winnie the Pooh Day
Winnie the Pooh Day is always celebrated on January 18. This is a fun chance to enjoy your favorite bear and all of his friends. Winnie the Pooh Day is actually the day that author A.A .Milne was born, in 1882. He was an author of children’s story books, and created Winnie the Pooh and his friends. Winnie’s pals include Christopher Robin, Tigger, Eeyore, Piglet, and Roo.
Who is your favorite Winnie the Pooh character?
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You can easily celebrate Winnie the Pooh Day by reading some storybooks about the adventures of Winnie and his friends. But you can also celebrate with Netflix!
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Netflix Titles to Stream
Netflix currently has three beloved Winnie the Pooh titles to stream:
Winnie the Pooh Food ideas
- Free printable Buffet Cards
- Make your own Snack Mix (using Teddy Grahams)
- Serve vegetables from Rabbit’s Garden
- “Piglets” in a Blanket
- Tiger Tails (Cheetos Puffs)
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Winnie the Pooh Crafts
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post with Netflix. All opinions are mine alone.