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30 Disney Themed Activities

Are you going to Disney or just simply love all things Disney?
Then these 30 Disney Themed Activities are for YOU!
They are perfect to use for a Countdown to Disney (an activity a day until your trip), a Disney themed party, or to have fun learning with your little one that loves Disney characters.
Disney Themed Activities
Princess Dot Marker Pages from The Activity Mom
My kids love dot marker pages and these free, printable princess dot marker pages include almost all of the princesses. If you don’t have dot markers to use with these, you can use wine corks and paint to stamp in the circles, stickers, buttons, or sequins.
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Monsters University Card Game (printable) from The Activity Mom

This Monsters University card game is fun and easy to play. Download, print, cut and you are ready. It is played similar to war, with each character having a higher value.

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Make Superhero and Princess Bracelets from The Activity Mom

I love these because you can use any type of beads that you have on hand and can even get creative with how you represent each princess or superhero. String the beads on ribbon, string, or pipe cleaners.

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Superhero Dice Game from The Activity Mom

Download, print, and play this free, printable. Use blocks, poker chips, candy, cereal, or rocks to cover the squares.

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Monsters University Craft from The Activity Mom

I love turning a box into something creative for pretend play. If Monsters University isn’t your child’s favorite, work together to turn a box into a castle, a dungeon, or a car garage.

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Doc McStuffins Pretend Play and Printable Activities from The Activity Mom

Using a few simple toys and props leads to hours of pretend play inspired by Doc McStuffins! Also, don’t forget to take advantage of these free, printable activities!

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Princess Dice Game from The Activity Mom
Roll, count, and cover the princesses. Use blocks, gems, cereal, etc. to cover the princesses. This game is a fun way to practice number identification, counting, one to one correspondence, and combinations of 10.
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Mickey Mouse Dice Game from The Activity Mom

Turn bottle tops into a fun Mickey themed dice game. You can use the idea of this game with any character your child loves.

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Toy Story Dice Game from The Activity Mom

Download, print, and play this free printable. Use blocks, rocks, cereal, etc. to cover each picture. This game practices number identification, counting, one to one correspondence, and combinations of 10.

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Monsters University Graphing (Printable) from The Activity Mom

Graphing with fruit snacks is a brilliant way to sneak in a little learning. If Monsters University fruit snacks aren’t still available, print the chart and cut off the bottom. Graph by color or type.

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Disney Game – Hide and Seek from The Activity Mom

Such a fun and a simple game that uses your child’s favorite characters you already have on hand.

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Superhero City from The Activity Mom
Expand on the superhero toys you already own with this superhero city. It brings creativity, fine motor skills, and problem solving to a day of play!
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Save the Superheroes from Mr. Freeze from Just Erika Speaking

Saving a superhero, a princess, or Mickey from a ball of ice is irresistible! What is the fastest way to save your character? Is it with a hammer, water, salt, or the sun?

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Free, Printable Cinderella Kit from The Frugal Girls

Cinderella is every little girl’s favorite! This free, printable Cinderella learning kit is awesome.

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Printable Disney Numbers from Spoonful
Download and print these Disney numbers. You can put the numbers in order, make a memory game, or count objects below each number. We’ve also hidden the numbers and challenged the kids to find them in order.

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Free, Printable Tangled and Brave Easy Readers from 123 Homeschool for Me

I love these beginning readers and the way they use our favorite characters!

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Make Disney Style Paper Airplanes from 5 Minutes for Mom

What a cool resource! Once you make your airplane, use them to make a challenge. Who’s can fly the farthest? The highest? The lowest?

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Free, Printable Cars and Toy Story Easy Readers from 123 Homeschool for Me
These beginning readers are an awesome resource with great pictures!
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Printable Monsters Inc. Masks and Other Activities from School of Disney
Who doesn’t love a mask for a day of play?!
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Printable Wreck it Ralph Pencil Toppers from Spoonful
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Printable Tangled Activity Kit from DisneyFamily.com
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Princess Themed Printables from Over the Big Moon
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Princess Themed Sensory Tub from No Time for Flashcards
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Mickey Mouse Printable Activities from 1+1+1=1

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Make a Toodles Activity Board from A Sugar Mamma’s Thoughts

What a clever and creative idea!

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Printable Toy Story Bingo from Six Sisters’ Stuff

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Cars 2 Crafts and Activities from Mom Endeavors

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Fairies Sensory Tub from 1+1+1=1
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Make Mickey Ears from vixenMade Designs

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Mickey and Minnie Popsicle Stick Puzzles from Love Our Disney

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Make a Mickey Mouse Cake from Mad in Crafts

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Castle Craft from The Activity Mom
Also, make sure to take a look at my Superhero Pinterest Board and Princess Pinterest Board for more creative and fun ideas!
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2 Comments

  • Reply Mommy of Many Hats

    Thanks for sharing all of the ideas! It couldn’t have come at a more perfect time. My kiddos are having a superhero party this weekend and I’ve been spending every night trying to come up with fun ideas for all ages, especially the girls. I love the bracelet idea!

    September 5, 2013 at 1:18 am
  • Reply Beth

    Thanks for sharing my Toodles bored and for all the other great ideas! My little one loves all things Disney!

    October 8, 2013 at 10:26 am
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