Whether you are an all in Dis-nerd or are simply looking for some trip planning advice for your upcoming Disney vacation…there is something for you here!
Walt Disney World and Disneyland are amazing vacation spots with more to offer than most people think. Listen, I love Disney…but I didn’t always. (gasp!) I didn’t grow up going on Disney vacations, and when I went the first time I wasn’t super impressed.
The Disney experience is not an amusement park with ride after ride that will have your stomach in your feet. It’s an immersive experience that puts you in the story. And it’s all in the details. That attention to detail and top-notch customer service makes me a little giddy, I admit.
So integrate a little or a lot of Disney into your life. We’re here to help!
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All Things Disney
Disney Trip Advice. How to plan a trip to Disney with someone who doesn’t love Disney (yet).
Disney Princess Bridal Shower. Decorations, menu ideas…all with a nod to the Disney Princesses.
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Disney. This blog post introduces the countless educational opportunities at Disney World.
15 Disney Sites the Biggest Disney Fans Follow. Ranging from trip planning sites to park information and behind the scenes info.
Disneyland vs. Disney World: When to Choose Disneyland. Both parks have unique things that make them must visits, how to decide which one is right for you right now.
Life lessons from the Bible: Which Disney Character is most like Peter? Finding similarities between Biblical figures and characters in our favorite stories can help us grow in our understanding of Scripture and ourselves.
The Grey Stuff. An easy recipe for The Grey Stuff featured in Beauty and the Beast. Delish!
11 Disney Live-Action Remakes. What movies are in the works?
More Homeschooling Disney
Whether you homeschool, public, private, charter or online school… you can take advantage of learning at Disney. And it makes your trip so much more full and enjoyable.
When we started homeschooling, and had a Disney vacation in the works, I searched everywhere for resources. Zip. Zero. Nothing. I’d find a bit here and a bit there, but nothing that laid out for me all of the educational opportunities in the parks and how I could integrate them into our studies.
You may also be interested in this printable ebook on the subject: