I was recently selected by Mommy Parties to host a Kaijudo Viewing Party! Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters is a new show on the Hub TV Network.
The show premiered this month on the Hub TV Network, and airs Saturdays at 8pm ET | 5pm PT. The website gives this description about the show: Ray, a 14-year-old who lives with his mom and granddad, has been
recruited by the Duel Masters to study Kaijudo: The Way of the Creature.
They chose Ray for his natural talent as a creature tamer and duelist.
Along with pals Allie and Gabe, Ray learns to work with the magical
creatures ... in their world. Each duel he fights yields new experience
and allies in both worlds. The Veil, which has divided the two worlds
for a thousand years, is crumbling. Hope lies with those who can master
the art of Kaijudo.
My son, Dylan, was so excited about having this party, and eagerly invited his closest friends! Today was the big event!
The 8 boys (and my daughter!) crowded into the family room, and immediately spotted the Kaijudo martial arts headbands on the table. In order to get the party started, they all had to tie one on!
I kept the decorations simple. I put the movie poster on the wall beside the TV, which the boys loved! They really enjoyed looking at the characters on the poster before viewing the show. I filled the coffee table with snacks, napkins, and drinks, so the kids could enjoy the show, uninterrupted.
They were very excited to watch the show!
Once they were seated, I started the show. It really drew them in quickly!
The boys really enjoyed all the action, and often jumped up and busted out a fighting move!
During the last episode, we had a little party crasher. The kids insisted that she had to wear a headband, too!
After the last episode ended, I asked the kids who their favorite characters were. Most of the boys chose Ray, and my daughter chose Allie. Some of the boys really liked Tatsurion the Unchained the most!
I asked the kids if they enjoyed the show, and I got a very loud "YES!!!" in response. One boy even asked if I could put the show on again!
After the episode viewing was over, I sent the kids outdoors. They were full of energy and eager to to try out some new moves, while wearing their martial arts headbands! After all the fun, they returned inside to enjoy cupcakes and ice cream before heading home.
They all left my house with the Kaijudo headbands still wrapped around their heads!
A big thank you to Mommy Parties, Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters, and the Hub TV network for this opportunity! All the little Duel Masters had a great time!