‘Miles from Tomorrowland’ Space Missions Fiesta and Easy Science Experiments for Kids

This is part of a sponsored collaboration with DiMeMedia and Disney Junior. However, all opinions expressed are my own.

What’s more fun than completing fun Miles From Tomorrowland space missions with my own kids? Increasing the fun by sharing these space missions, a.k.a. easy science experiment for kids, with MORE kids! And that’s exactly what we did at the Miles From Tomorrowland Fiesta that we hosted at our house this week.

Miles from Tomorrowland Logo

With the Miles from Tomorrowland DVD on loop, we carried on the fiesta by working on some Miles From Tomorrowland fun space missions, we ate pizza and then, enjoyed yummy cupcakes! It was blastastic!

Party Materials for #MilesSpaceMissions Fiesta - QueMeansWhat.com

To prepare, I gathered activity supplies for Miles from Tomorrowland Space Missions that can be found at DisneyJunior.com/SpaceMissions to color or draw their favorite spaceships or planets and complete the ‘Blast off Space Ship’ space mission. We added some extra fun by making our own Galaxy Goo (a.k.a. homemade slime).


To create our own outer-space indoors, we hung stars in various sizes and textures all around our party area. All the kids kept saying “I can really touch a star!” or “Reach for the stars!” and laughing with one another.

To continue with the space theme, I found these 'sunny' cupcakes at Target which were perfect! Plus, they were tasty and a big hit!These ‘sunny’ cupcakes that we found at our Target Bakery were perfect for our space mission theme! Plus, they were tasty and a big hit!

Blastastic Fun at #MilesSpaceMissions Fiesta - QueMeansWhat.com

Blastastic Fun at #MilesSpaceMissions - QueMeansWhat.com

It’s been a while since I’ve had so many kids in my house at once. It got kind of crazy as they ran around chasing one another, inventing their own intergalactic games and having fun! I couldn’t even get them all to stand still for a full group photo. Above are two different semi-group photos that I snapped before they left equipped with their “I’m a Cosmic Explorer!” badges, Miles from Tomorrowland Space helmets, bubbles, glow-in-the-dark bracelets and their Galaxy Goo.

Making the Galaxy Goo at #MilesSpaceMissions Fiesta _ QueMeansWhat.comMaking the Galaxy Goo at #MilesSpaceMissions Fiesta _ QueMeansWhat.com

Since we didn’t have time to get to all of our Miles Space Mission Activities, I made sure the mommies knew where to go online to find the fun activities and easy science experiments that help children explore tech, vehicles and planets. You, too, can visit DisneyJunior.com/SpaceMissions to complete the missions and have fun at your home. Plus, there you could win a trip to the Kennedy Space Center and watch a real rocket ship blast off!

NOTE: Refer back to these space missions when looking for easy science experiments for kids school projects.

WATCH the video below for instructions on how we completed the BLAST OFF Space Ship Mission.



Complete your own space mission with your kids for a chance to win X-Prize Superstellar Blast Off Experience which includes:

  • Family VIP tour of the Kennedy Space Center
  • See a rocket ship blast off and meet an astronaut
  • Tech pack: 3D printer, virtual realty viewer and Miles toys

Choose your activity from DisneyJunior.com/SpaceMissions, share a photo of your child with the completed activity and enter it on submit it! Hurry, contest ends 8/31/2015. Good luck, Queridos!

Miles from Tomorrowland Activity Project

START THE COUNTDOWN for a Special Miles From Tomorrowland Space Mission

Join Miles on his special mission to Mars on Saturday, September 19! Celebrate the premiere of Miles from Tomorrowland: Space Mission Mars, a special new episode with a Disney Junior Twitter party. Grab your little cosmic explorer, some breakfast, follow #MilesFromTomorrowland on Twitter and join us as we tune in at 8:30 am EST for Miles’ latest adventures with his family. It’s going to be blastastic with awesome prizes so we hope that you’ll join us for some intergalactic fun! I’ll be tweeting from @QueMeansWhat, follow me there.