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Wishing you were headed to Disney this summer but stuck at home? Or are you just tired of hearing kids say, “I’m bored!” With school out, we all need a few extra things to do. Besides, summer was just meant for fun.
I’ve complied a ultimate Disney summer bucket list of 75 magical ideas that the whole family can enjoy.
- Play a Disney board game.
- Join a home runDisney Virtual Race.
- Plan your next vacation.
- Head to Disney Store for the Twice Upon a Year sale for awesome deals.
- Play Disneyland video game.
- Do a Disneybound.
- Have a Princess Tea Party.
- Spot Disney characters while cloud watching.
- Take turns quoting movies and see who guess the right movie first.
- Read the Kingdom Keepers series as a family read aloud.
- Try Pixar in a Box for budding animators.
- Create your own hidden Mickey scavenger hunt by hiding Mickey shapes around the house.
- Collect summer giveaways from the Disney Store.
- Play Disney charades.
- Have a lightsaber fight in the yard. (yes, my family does this regularly and it is awesome!)
- Have a Disney World resort inspired bonfire.
- Have a Disney dance party.
- Check out Disney channel’s summer road trip.
- Try Mary Poppins chalk art on the sidewalk.
- Go fly a kite.
- Solve a Disney puzzle.
- Wear Mickey Ears for no reason.
- Play Disney Pictionary.
- Have a Disney cruise-inspired Pirate night.
- Find a Disney outlet. (you can get Disney Parks merchandise cheap)
- Do your own Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
- Make Mickey bird feeder.
- Make Disney crayon art.
- Scrapbook vacation pictures.
- Make Mickey floral wreath.
- Make Disney spray art.
- Plant a Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival inspired flower quilt.
- Make matching Disney family shirts.
- Get a head start on Halloween costumes.
- Make park map coasters.
- Disney Cruise Line Sloppy Science– Flubber
- Build a Disney Sandcastle in a kiddie pool filled with play sand.
- Make a magic wand.
- Build a Captain America Shield.
- Start a Disney fund and make a cool bank to keep it in.
- Build a Kim Possible laser maze in the hallway.
- Make an Infinity Gauntlet.
- Put together a Disney shadow box.
- Make a Disney chore chart.
- Make a Mary Poppins Kite.
- Go see Aladdin on May 24th.
- Watch Fourth of July Fireworks on Disney Parks Blog
- Have a Movie Marathon. (May I suggest Toy Story 1-3)
- Go see Toy Story 4 on June 21st.
- Take a virtual vacation by watch YouTube videos of your favorite attractions and shows. (Don’t forget the Mickey ears)
- Watch a Disney Nature film on Netflix and do coordinating activities.
- Go see Disney on Ice.
- Watch the Disney Channel Music Awards.
- Go see Lion King on July 19th.
- Do a Movie Under the Stars like at a Disney resort.
- Watch your favorite Disney movie from your childhood.
- Do a themed movie night (snacks, costumes,and credits dance party)
- Go see Artemis Fowl on August 9th.
- Watch the premiere of Descendants 3.
- Sit on the couch in pjs with cereal and watch Saturday Morning cartoons.
- Dole Whips
- “Frozen” Popsicle (like the movie)
- LaFou’s Brew (frozen apple drink)
- Tonga Toast
- Mickey-shaped hamburgers
- Tiana’s beignets
- Pandora’s Pongu Lumpia (pineapple & cream cheese eggrolls)
- Casey’s Monthly Hot Dog
- Olaf Marshmallows
- Sleepy Hollow’s Nutella and Strawberry Waffle Sandwich
- Flame Tree BBQ pulled pork fries
- Minnie cupcakes
- Mickey pretzels
- Chocolate-covered Pineapple spears
- Magic Potion juice (combine Lemon Lime Soda and juice)
- Inside Out Pizza
- Jack Jack’s Num Num Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Mickey Pancakes
- Scrump Avocado Toast
Disney Summer Bucket List Series
Now I’m not just leaving you with a bunch of ideas. I got so excited about this idea that I’m to to make it a Disney Summer Bucket List Series.
This summer my family is going to try out this Disney summer bucket list and then share it with you. So be on the look out for recipes, activities, and how-tos. As I go, I’ll update this list so you can stay up to date.