Fun Ways to Tell Kids About a Trip to Disney

by Jessica · 9 comments

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Fun Ways to Tell Kids About a Trip to Disney

We are headed to Florida soon and wanted to come up with fun ways to tell kids about a trip to Disney. So I came up with a couple ideas that fit with their interests and age.

Disney Trip MAD LIBS
My 7 year old daughter is currently obsessed with filling out MAD LIBS, so I thought I would create one for her. The above is the MAD LIBS I created. Of course, I did create a fill in page so she fill it in without seeing any other words or pictures. The MAD LIBS Fill-in sheet is below and you should feel free to print them off and use them yourself. Or click on the image to Pin It to use later.

Disney MAD LIBS Fill-in
Fun Ways To Tell Kids About a trip to DisneySo, we gave my daughter the MAD LIBS fill-in sheet first and had her work on it. Part of the fun of MAD LIBS is making things sound silly.

She thought it was pretty funny when she said her brother was 1 year old when she read it. We then took her words and wrote them on the top MAD LIBS for her so she could just read it all at once.

She was very excited to fill it out, as you can see from the picture.

A Suprise Painting

Surprise painting - Tell Kids about a Trip to DisneyFor my 4 year old son I had to come up Surprise painting - Tell Kids about a Trip to Disney with a different idea and thought I would try a Surprise Painting that revealed the word Florida and images that I drew of Mickey Mouse, a bucket, shovel and a Castle.  To make the surprise painting, just draw on white paper with a white crayon, then paint over the drawing.

I did video them finding out about going to Florida which includes a visit to Disney World and the beach. You are welcome to check it out. Our trip will only include one day at Walt Disney World. Not only is it incredibly expensive, but just going to big amusement parks is not how we like to travel. Much of our trip will also be going to state and national parks and wildlife refuges and maybe a science museum sprinkled in there too. I would love for you to check out my Wordless Wednesday posts after I get back where I will be showing you all the fun and affordable natural places we explored.

Surprise painting - Tell Kids about a Trip to Disney


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1 cindy b February 18, 2014 at 12:37 pm

Oh my gosh this is adorable! how creative!

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2 cococute February 18, 2014 at 12:52 pm

This is fun and also surprising if your kids will find out about the trip to Disney

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3 Krystal Bernier February 18, 2014 at 1:08 pm

LOL I haven’t seen madlibs since elementary school. Great idea, I will remember this if we every plan the big disney trip.

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4 Michelle F. February 18, 2014 at 2:15 pm

So many fun ideas. I can’t wait to take my daughter.

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5 Valerie February 18, 2014 at 2:18 pm

Oh hooray! I love this post. My little one is still a bit too small, but even before she was born I was bugging my husband to set a time we could take her. I grew up on Disney so I’m so excited for her first visit.

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6 andi February 18, 2014 at 6:48 pm

six letters come to mind when i see Disney….

M-I-C-K-E-Y

(dating myself with this one… :D )

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7 Our Family World February 18, 2014 at 6:52 pm

I have heard of fun ways to surprise kids with Disney, but this is adorable

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8 Heather February 18, 2014 at 8:15 pm

Great ideas! Can’t wait to take the kids!!

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9 Rh0ze February 19, 2014 at 1:20 am

Great ideas….and what a cute kids…and theyre so creative…

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