PLANNING FOR THE HAPPIEST PLACE ON EARTH

Hidden Magic and Extra Ideas to Enhance the Magic for Your Trip!

Make WDW Super Fun and Super Special for the Whole Family

This is your GO-TO resource for all things planning for WDW.  We are building a list of what to pack when you go on your trip as well as educational opportunities and curriculum to use on your trip.  Why not teach when your kids don’t realize they are learning, right?

Unlock Hidden Adventures at the Disney World Parks

Here’s a list of the “extra” activities you can do at Disney World without an additional charge.  Many people don’t even know about these side adventures.  I know we didn’t when we started going 10 years ago.  We love these adventures because they are included with your normal admission.  Plus if you have a memory book to get stamped, that makes it all the better.

  • Disney World Magic Kingdom – Sorcerers of the Kingdom
  • Disney World Epcot – World Showcase
  • Disney World Animal Kingdom – Wilderness Explorers

Sorcerers of the Kingdom

Pokemon scoot over – get a free set of 20 collector cards when you visit the Magic Kingdom and sign up to play “Sorcerers of the Kingdom.”  Sign up for the game at the Firehouse at Main Street, U.S.A.  You will get a set of cards and a map to take quests.

World Showcase Passport

Pokemon scoot over – get a free set of 20 collector cards when you visit the Magic Kingdom and sign up to play “Sorcerers of the Kingdom.”  Sign up for the game at the Firehouse at Main Street, U.S.A.  You will get a set of cards and a map to take quests.

Wilderness Explorers

Pokemon scoot over – get a free set of 20 collector cards when you visit the Magic Kingdom and sign up to play “Sorcerers of the Kingdom.”  Sign up for the game at the Firehouse at Main Street, U.S.A.  You will get a set of cards and a map to take quests.

Start Your Own Mickey Money Games

  • Collect Disney World Pressed Pennies and Make Things Out of Them
  • Disney hides Mickeys in everything from the carpeting, to the side of a curtain rod to the way they serve your pancakes.  Why not infuse finding hidden Mickeys with money to keep kids (especially teens) engaged?  We made a game out of finding hidden Mickey’s during our last trip.  Every kid had their own phone for the first time this trip, so we told them that the first one to text a picture of a hidden Mickey got $1 deposited to their account.  If they made the picture a selfie (for our memory books) they got an extra $o.50.
  • Reward good behavior, take money away if someone has a melt-down.  Instantly determine the amount your children have to spend on souvenirs by using the prepaid cards especially for kids from Greenlight.

Make Science Memorable via the Imagineers

These interactive DVDs are jam-packed with educational activities to reinforce the physics concepts they teach.  They are a great find for homeschoolers or just to enhance your Disney World experience.  These DVDs will help your family learn how the attractions work right before or after you experience them.