In this example you would have to act out Piglet playing the drums. There are also a couple of variations that make it nice and easy for younger gamers too. "Story Mode" lets the adults in the group take card and whisper to the children the instructions on how to act it out, with the adult confirming if the guesses are correct. "Theatre mode" allows the spectators to choose the cards and give them one by one to the child who is acting it out, whilst an adult plays the role of a narrator.
Its a good way to play charades as Disney is so ingrained into our culture there will be hardly anyone who hasn't heard of most of the characters involved making it nice and simple to play for all ages.
The variations add some nice replay value as well, and the combinations can make more available possibilities then you can do in even several sittings.
Its a great little family game that can be played at gatherings and parties, or just a night in together.
Olivia is looking forward to try this at Christmas and is already honing her skills.
Disney Charades RRPs for £12.99, and you can pick it up on Amazon give it a try, if you have children they will adore it.