The wind is blowin' through the Hundred Acre Wood, so get ready for some high-flyin' fun! Disney's Activity Center, Winnie the Pooh is the perfect place to play with Pooh, Tigger, and all their friends. Have a honey of a time catching some buzzin' bees while reading the classic tale, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day. Then, play a bunch of games and activities that'll make even the windiest of days a day for fun!
- Sorting Skills
Heffalumps and Woozles - In this activity, Pooh is sleeping and dreaming of mysterious creatures called Heffalumps & Woozles. There are two ways to enjoy this creative activity. You can build the creature that appears in Pooh's dream or you can build your own Heffalumps & Woozles by choosing from the pieces floating around the screen. In create your own mode, you can mix and match different legs, faces, heads and bodies to create as many as 625 different Heffalumps & Woozles.
Eeyore's House Hunt - Help Eeyore build a bridge across the flooded 100 Acre Wood to find Owl a new home. Use the planks in the lower stream to help Eeyore build a bridge. Roll your cursor over each plank to see what it will look like when it is placed on the water. If a red X appears on the image of the plank you will know it won't fit in that spot. If you don't see a plank you'd like to use just click on the turtle and a new set of planks will appear. Once you have determined which plank has the best fit, click on it and it will appear on screen for Eeyore to walk across. Be careful not to let Eeyore scroll off too far to the left or you will have to start again.
Read the Story and Find the Bees - Come read about a very Blustery Day in the Hundred-Acre Wood. Find out how Pooh and his friends are affected by the storm. While reading the story, keep a look out for buzzing bees! They need to make a beeline to the hive or Pooh will have a honey shortage. Click a bee when you see one and it will fly off the screen and back to the hive. Upon finishing the story Pooh will tell you if you've found all the missing bees. If you have, there will be more bees to find the next time that you visit the story.