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We are so ready for our trip to Disney World. I had so much fun preparing Sunshine's busy bags for Magic Kingdom. For this post, I have shared them as activities on trays so you're able to see them better. Sunshine is so excited to meet Cinderella and so many of her other favorite princesses. She shows her picture schedule to everyone that comes to our home. It appears that she's ready for the adventure!
I've been collecting Disney themed objects for quite some time, knowing I'd need them for busy bags. This set of activities includes some of my favorites.
Princess Match Up
Sunshine's fine motor skills are pretty impressive. Since we've worked with clothespins and paperclips, I thought it might be fun to add a new fine motor variation to our matching activity. It combines both skills learned while using clothespins and traditional paperclips. In this activity she will match up princesses and clasp them together.
Source: The free printable for this activity can be found at Totschooling.
Princess Number Puzzle
I found this puzzle at our local dollar store. It's perfect for Sunshine in that pieces can go together in several ways. This time around, the pieces will be linked together in order by number.
Princess Treasure Box Open & Close
Princesses love their jewels. In this activity, Sunshine will open the princess containers. She will then place the jewel inside that matches the princesses' dresses. Finally, she will close the containers. Sunshine loves opening and closing things, especially when she can put items inside. I found the containers at Walmart.
Move Like a Princess
There will definitely be times when Sunshine will need to get some wiggles out. I fell in love with these movement cards when I saw them. She will have so much fun with them!
Source: The free printable for this activity can be found at More Excellent Me
Sunshine's fine motor skills are superb, but her hand and finger strength definitely need some improvement. In this activity Sunshine will use stamp to make an imprint on the card provided. As she develops more strength, the stamp should work quite well. I found the stamp at our local dollar store.
Princess Barrettes & Ribbon
Sunshine will open the barrettes in the glass bowl and then attach them to the ribbon provided. She can put them in any patterns that she'd like, so long as all of the barrettes are attached to the ribbon when she is finished.
If you're looking for more Princess themed activities and printables, be sure to check out our Princess Unit!
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If you have a little girl who loves princesses, be sure to read through my features this week. There are some fabulous activities, printables, and book recommendations!
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