Homeschooling Disney can be as simple as reading some books before your vacation or it can be a major part of your studies all year long.
If you’re planning a trip to a Disney park, consider yourself going on the world’s best field trip. Any amount of pre-trip studying you do will add to your family’s enjoyment of your vacation.
When your kids see things in the parks and say things like:
There’s a printing press, Gutenberg invented that!
I recognize that building, it’s a stave church!
We read Alice in Wonderland, that’s the Cheshire Cat!
That’s an okapi, their tongues are long enough to lick their own ears!
Those ghosts are optical illusions, I know how they do that!
They will be making connections that all educators live to see happen.
Don’t have a trip in the works? You can still add a dose of Disney to your homeschool studies by doing some topical or unit studies all year long.
What better way to get your kids excited about learning?!
The site is arranged so that you can find things in a variety of ways.
You can search by:
Parks (Walt Disney World, Disneyland Resort)
Attraction (Peter Pan’s Flight, Soarin’, etc.)
Subject (Literature, History, etc.)
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