Disney Lesson Plans, Activities, and More
(Updated July 2017)!
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Undoubtedly, Disney lesson plans make learning even the most boring subjects fun!
Indeed, almost everyone I know loves Disney! Moreover, if your students and/or your own children are like mine, they love anything and everything Disney. In reality, it’s not just kids, but adults too! In turn, love equals making learning fun, which then makes teachers and parents happy. However, when looking for resources I found that they are all over the place.
Since I don’t want to have to search every time I would like a Disney resource, I decided to gather the best and list them here by type. In any event, I hope you find them as helpful and fun as I do! Indeed, you’re never too young (or too old!) to love Mickey and other wonderful characters! So why not make learning fun by incorporating them into your lessons and activities?
First, definitely check out Disney Educational Productions for award-winning classroom media that enhances learning and unlocks student creativity. These are fabulous educational resources for elementary through high school students! Subsequently, here is an extensive list of links that you can explore to bring Disney into your lessons. Above all, I hope you enjoy them!
Printables for Disney Lesson Plans
For starters, a great Disney resource is printable pages, as they are wonderful for rainy days at home, for fast finishers in the classroom, and for various lessons. Thus, here are some of my favorites:
Wonderful collection from Disney Family (Official site)
Learning Worksheets – Money
Ratatouille Printable Activity Book (Go to “Downloads” and print from there)
Puzzles & Games for Disney Lesson Plans
Given that kids love games and puzzles, these resources are sure to be a hit!
Crafts and Activities for Disney Lesson Plans
What’s more, kids love crafts, so here are some great ways to incorporate them into your Disney lessons.
Tons of Great Crafts (Paper Dolls, Bookmarks, Paper Crafts and More)!
Walt Disney was born in 1901 – Activity from readwritethink
Disney Lesson Plans
As I have said, Disney Lesson Plans make learning fun! Therefore, definitely incorporate these into your classroom to engage your students!
Classroom Activity to Commemorate Walt Disney’s Birthday from Read Write Think
Preschool Lesson Plan: Songs, Fingerplays and Group Time Fun
Additionally, here is a greatLesson for 3rd, 4th, 5th Grades
First, students will be able to describe Walt’s accomplishments.
Next, students will be able to list some of the main events in his life.
Finally, students will have the ability to describe the events surrounding the creation of the character of Mickey Mouse.
Educator’s Guides from Disneynature – Without a doubt, your kids will love these Disneynature educational materials. Specifically, the site includes curriculum resources, lesson plans, and fun activities. In addition to continuing the movie viewing experience, the resources try to inspire kids to protect the planet through connections to nature.