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FREE Disney Inspired Learning Printable Packs & Activities

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The countdown on our refrigerator says we have 160 days until we leave for Disney World.  Though at times it seems like forever away, there are definite days when it seems like it's coming too quickly.  We have less than 5 months to prepare four special needs kiddos for so many firsts.  

One of those firsts is waiting and waiting and waiting and waiting some more for airplanes, buses, trains, rides, meals, characters, etc.  Mind you they've had to waited for things before, but not like this.  We will have disability passes that will help the process, but that just means instead of waiting in line, we wait somewhere else.

What do we do while we pass the time away?  I'm working on a set of busy bags for each day of our trip to have on hand when the kids need them most.  Some busy bags will have store bought activities, but those can get expensive fast!  Other bags will have travel size learning activities similar to those we have in the classroom.  The kiddos are thrilled about this.  (Yay for me!)

Almost all activities require printables.  I know my time is limited before we leave.  Making brand new homemade printables for every busy bag is going to be impossible.  Just thinking of that many new and original ideas is going to be impossible.  So, I decided to take some time and search Pinterest for Disney inspired learning printables.  There are so many to chose from.

The easiest way for me to organize information is to blog about it, so today I give you my list of FREE Disney inspired learning printable packs and activities.  This is by no means a complete list.  I promise if you're in search of Frozen or Star Wars printables you can spend an entire day looking at all that's out there.  My favorites are included in this post.  

I noticed a significant increase in Disney themed printables over the last couple of years, but for movies that came out before that, it's very difficult to find learning printable packs.  There are endless coloring pages, birthday party ideas, etc.  I did not include those in this post.  I searched and searched for Winnie the Pooh printable packs.  The only pin I found kept being flagged as suspicious, so I didn't include it.

A special thanks to my kiddos for helping put this post together.  They made sure I didn't forget to search for any of their favorite Disney characters.  If you know of other free Disney inspired learning printables and/or activities, please be sure to link them up below!

Let's get started!


Mickey Mouse Basic Addition from Miss G's Classroom Bits

Doc McStuffins Tot Pack from 1+1+1=1




Handy Manny Tot Book from 1+1+1=1


Jake and the Neverland Pirates Pack from The Relaxed Homeschool


Octonauts Packs from Royal Baloo


Sofia the First Pre-K Pack from Over the Big Moon

Early Learning Royal Family Pack from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom





Disney Princess Inspired Worksheets from 123 Homeschool 4 Me

Princess Pre-K Pack from Over the Big Moon

Princess Early Learning Pack from More Excellent Me



Frozen Packs from Royal Baloo


Free Snow Princess Pack from 123 Homeschool 4 Me

Free Frozen-Themed Handwriting Practice from Frugal Homeschool Family

Sleeping Beauty Preschool Printables from 2 Teaching Mommies

Tangled Pre-K Pack from Over the Big Moon

Free Tangled Preschool Pack from 123 Homeschool 4 Me

Peter Pan Preschool Pack from Homeschool Creations


Alice in Wonderland Pack from 123 Homeschool 4 Me


Big Hero 6 Packs from Royal Baloo


Cars Tot Book from 1+1+1=1


Cars Preschool Pack from 1+1+1=1

Monsters from A Teaching Mommy



Nemo Tot Book from 1+1+1=1


Toy Story Pre-K Pack from Over the Big Moon



Star Wars Pack & Update from 3 Dinosaurs

Star Wars Packs from Royal Baloo

Star Wars Preschool Pack from Homeschool Creations


Free Star Wars Printables from Year Round Homeschooling


Superhero Packs from Royal Baloo

Superhero Printable Learning Packet from More Excellent Me

1 comment:

  1. Hi. Thanks for hosting this link party and featuring my printable. This is my very first link party. I'm really hoping that I've gotten it right.

    I'm a fellow adoptive mom (from foster care) and really enjoy your blog. My kids are very young still (3, 2, 1) but I often find myself checking your blog for ideas. Your trays are so inspiring.

    Thanks- Mrs P (In Our Pond)

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