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We have been spending a lot more time at home this spring due to the global pandemic. We are always looking for new and fun ways to pass the time (and keep our kids entertained and active) so we have compiled a list of fun things to do at home this spring!
291 Disney Printables and Coloring Sheets
Jones Family Travels has put together an incredible resource of 291 Disney Coloring Sheets and Printables! The Disney printables include Disney classics, Disney live action, Marvel, and Star Wars. You can click on the links in the article and print right to your computer at home. Have a Disney movie night (especially if you have Disney+) and print out some corresponding activities!
Minnie Mouse Oreo Treats
If you are looking for a delicious and easy Disney inspired treat, you will love these adorable Minnie Mouse Oreo treats from A Princess and Her Pirates. This is a fun way to enjoy a Disney treat at home while the parks are closed. You can find the full recipe here.
Disney Magic at Home: Coloring Sheets, Crafts, and Recipes
An Open Suitcase has a great list of Disney coloring sheets, crafts, and recipes that you can enjoy at home. These Disney coloring sheets, crafts, and recipes can keep the kids engaged and entertained. You can find the full list of Disney printables, crafts, and recipes here.
Fun Hands-On Story Activities
With our kids being out of school, we’re always looking for resources to help them continue their education at home. Ripped Jeans and Bifocals has a list of stories that work well to keep your kids busy with nature walks and recipes, all while learning. You can view all of the stories and activities here.
Mini Mickey Air Fryer Donuts
We love this quick, easy, and inexpensive recipe to make mini Mickey donuts at home with little more than your Air Fryer and biscuit dough! These delicious little treats are sure to bring a smile to your face. You can find the full recipe here.
At Home Disney Fun
As annual passholders, we are always looking for free or inexpensive Disney fun at home, when we can’t enjoy the parks! Double Your WDW recommends watching YouTube videos, listening to Disney themed podcasts and music, making Disney inspired recipes from the parks, and other fun activities. You can view the complete list of YouTube channels, recommended podcasts, recipes, and so much more here.
Disney Crafts for Kids
Your kids will LOVE this round-up of Disney crafts! From “Inside Out” characters to a Baby Yoda Puppet or an “Up” inspired Thumbprint Craft, you will find ideas to fit all ages and interests. You can find the instructions and details to make all of these Disney crafts here.
Disney Magic Moments
Disney recently launched www.DisneyMagicMoments.com, a website where you can find fun and engaging Disney content, stories and resources — for free! — from Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars, to Walt Disney Animation Studios, National Geographic, Disney Parks and beyond.
13 Free Things to Do with Kids at Home and Outside
This spring can be a great time to reorganize, declutter, and enjoy quality time with your family. The Frugal South has a list of 13 ideas that won’t cost anything and don’t require you to go anywhere (other than maybe exploring your backyard). You can read all of the ideas here.
Ultimate Disney Fan Challenge
You can spread a little pixie dust in your home with our Ultimate Disney Fan Challenge! We recommend putting together Disney Puzzles, watching Disney movies, baking Mickey Mouse Cinnamon Rolls, having an Alice in Wonderland Tea Party, learning how to draw your favorite Disney character, and more! You can read all of our ideas here.
What are your favorite things to do at home? Don’t forget about our suggestions of 101 ways to add more Disney to your home!