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The France Pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase

Epcot France Pavilion

When designing the Epcot World Showcase Pavilions, Disney Imagineers did not want simply to recreate locales; they wanted to show their audience what is special about each place and give them a taste of what it feels to actually be there. Their goal was in keeping with Epcot’s central mission—to bring the viewer a more […]

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Learn While You Play at Clyde & Seamore’s Sea Lion High

Clyde & Seamore’s Sea Lion High debuted yesterday at SeaWorld Orlando’s sea lion stadium, replacing the long-running Clyde & Seamore Take Pirate Island, which recently ran its final show. Clyde & Seamore’s Sea Lion High was three years in development and involved a collaborative effort between SeaWorld’s education department and Broadway, film, and television experts. […]

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It’s Today! Disneynature’s MONKEY KINGDOM Opens Today!

Disneynature Monkey Kingdom

Today is the day! Disneynature’s new film MONKEY KINGDOM opens in theaters everywhere today. Life is an adventure for Maya, the clever and resourceful blonde-bobbed monkey in MONKEY KINGDOM, Disneynature’s new feature film set among ancient ruins in the storied jungles of South Asia. Maya’s world is forever changed when she welcomes her son, Kip, […]

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Clyde and Seamore’s Sea Lion High Opens Today!

Clyde and Seamore's Sea Lion High

Today SeaWorld Orlando celebrates the grand opening of Clyde and Seamore’s Sea Lion High, an all-new sea lion comedy adventure, and we’ll be on-site for the big debut. Full of fun and featuring the big personalities of sea lions, walruses, and otters, the show takes place in an aquatic-themed high school where laughter and education […]

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Friday Finds: Great Games from Wonder Forge

Wonder Forge Marvel Dominoes Game

Are you looking for the perfect gifts for your kids’ Easter baskets? This week’s edition of Friday Finds highlights some great games from the good folks at Wonder Forge! We recently received the Marvel Dominoes Game and Disney Doc McStuffins Mix Up Fix Up Game from Wonder Forge to try out firsthand, free-of-charge, in exchange […]

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April 2015 Earn Your E.A.R.S.

Magical Mouse Schoolhouse

Welcome to the April 2015 edition of Earn Your E.A.R.S.! The Enriching Academic Reward Series, or E.A.R.S., is an achievement program designed to encourage kids to continually reach for academic success. As a homeschooler, I emphasize learning. I do not stress getting good grades, and so my children do not always appreciate the value of […]

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Friday Finds: Muffalo Potato Learn to Draw

Friday Finds

Good Friday morning! We are super excited to bring you a brand new, weekly feature here at Magical Mouse Schoolhouse called Friday Finds. People often ask me how I come up with 0ur “Today’s Takeaway” activities. Many times the articles flow right into an obvious outlet, but to be honest, sometimes I’m stumped! Sometimes I […]

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Free CINDERELLA Coloring Sheets & Activity Pages

Cinderella coloring sheet

Are your kids as enthralled by the new live-action film CINDERELLA as mine are–shoot, as I am? Walt Disney Pictures’ CINDERELLA is currently the #1 movie in the world! And now you can bring some of the magic home from the big screen with downloadable/printable coloring pages and other activity sheets. Simply click the below […]

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Showing Our #DisneySide at Our @ Home Celebration

Disney Side Mickey Mouse tie dye cake

We recently had the pleasure–and I truly mean pleasure–of hosting a Disney Side @ Home Celebration! In 2014 Disney launched a new publicity slogan to “Show Your Disney Side.” They kicked off the year by inviting a number of bloggers and Disney fanatics to host parties in their homes, utilizing boxes of goodies Disney and […]

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Walt Disney: All Over the World People Want to Laugh

Walt Disney Red Cross World War I

Walt Disney first traveled to Europe at the age of sixteen after joining the Red Cross with a forged birth certificate at the end of World War I. He celebrated his seventeenth birthday shortly after arriving in St. Cyr, France. By running errands, shuttling workers back and forth, gathering commissary provisions, and chauffeuring VIPs, Walt […]

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