Discussion in 'Disney for Families' started by disneywithkids, Aug 28, 2003.
Thanks for the current link!
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These links were very nice!! Thank you for posting!!
Thank you! Super excited to use these both at home to get excited and for traveling!
What a great way to incorporate a great school-like lesson for the trip! I look forward to doing this with my first grader this summer! Then he can take it back to school with him when he starts second grade and I can keep it forever.
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just curious - how do you get the count-down banner at the bottom of your post?
Thank you....my kids are so lucky I found this for them
Cannot find the updated link??
Thanks in advance.
Does anyone know if this still exists? My guess is no cause when I google it nothing comes up but it sounds wonderful and I am hoping there is a link that works out there somewhere!
Here you go: http://www.themouseforless.com/downloads.shtml
The alphabet pages are at the bottom of the "Disney Homework Pages" page.
My kids will love all the stuff here.
We rec'vd some awesome coloring books from Dis Vacation club...they kept my daughter busy during our lay over.
Such great stuff. Thanks!!
Love these ideas. We have a 15 hour drive...and we homeschool...so I am ALL about making those 15 hours in the car COUNT! lol
This is great! Thank you!
thank you for the great ideas!
I don't know if anyone else has suggested this but I haven't seen it so far. I purchased an artist's sketch pad 8X11. Get something with at least 70-80lb paper and a ring binder so you can fold the cover all the way over. I've used stickers, cut up photographs, and cut outs of Disney characters to decorate this. I'm making my own travel journal / autograph book for the kids (and me). I've written down a list of the best questions I picked out of the mouseforless website to put in there. Now the kids can be involved creating this, they can draw pictures, & we can customize it as we go. The best part is it should get us the best autographs (with space to eventually paste a picture of my kids with the character next to the autograph).
I used to be a Disney character and the secret is that they actually love to sign autographs but only when it seems valuable to the guest. You see so many Disney bought autograph books in a day and you figure this autograph of yours is just another item to check off a list for the guest you are in front of. I could sign 50-100 autographs a set and close to a thousand on a full day. You get into auto pilot mode with them. But when you see a home made autograph book, you know the guest really cares about your autograph and you put a lot more effort into it. You know that this guest will show it off often and not just toss it in a box like most Disney mass produced autograph books end up. Plus, if you have a quality piece of sketch paper, an artist's pen or at least a sharpie in good shape, (and wonder of wonders) the extra space beyond the typical small 4X6 space you find in the Disney autograph book; then you really want to go to town and see how nice and elaborate you can make your autograph for once. When I was doing this for a living, if I ever got something like I just described, the I would take some extra time and personalize it, write down a movie quote, or even draw a cartoon or character related picture on the autograph. It snapped me out of my autograph routine and made me really pay attention to what I was doing.
Try it out.
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