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Disney Youth Programs: Applied Sciences & Environmental Studies

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We are back this beautiful Monday morning, continuing a series on Disney Youth Program offerings. This week we’ll focus on the Youth Education Series Applied Science & Environmental Studies. Classes are designed for elementary, middle grade, and high school students, and, like the Liberal Arts and Leadership Development courses we looked at last week, last […]

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Wordless Wednesday: My Favorite View of Festival of the Lion King

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My favorite view of Festival of the Lion King #WordlessWednesdayClick To TweetPowered By CoSchedule Add MAGICAL MOUSE SCHOOLHOUSE to your home library!

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Magical Blogorail Red: Disney Park Hopping

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Welcome to the first stop aboard Magical Blogorail Red. Enjoy the ride as we share the best ways to end your Disney vacation. It seems a lot of us who take repeat trips to Walt Disney World or Disneyland Resort find ourselves developing certain habits when we visit. For instance, we’ve talked before about the […]

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Tiggerific Tuesday Disney Trivia: Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s Harambe

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Did you know this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Disney Trivia about Disney’s Animal Kingdom Harambe? In the Africa section of Disney’s Animal Kingdom sits the fictional village called Harambe, which lends authentic theming to the entire area. In Swahili, the word “harambe” means “coming together.” What a great place to do just that! get the InLinkz […]

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom: Primeval Whirl

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When they enter DinoLand U.S.A. at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Guests step back in time. The 40-foot long, 20-foot high Dino-Sue guards the Dino Institute where the thrilling DINOSAUR transports Guests through pre-recorded history in specially designed time rovers. My kids really enjoy one special area of this land—Chester & Hester’s Dino-Rama—which is sort of a […]

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom: Kali River Rapids

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The tale unfolded at Maharajah Jungle Trek is one of hope for our planet, that although Man is occasionally a poor steward over creation, nature is resilient. That’s a very good lesson to remember when we journey down the Chakranadi River at Animal Kingdom’s Kali River Rapids. Kali River Rapids is an adventurous jaunt aboard […]

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom: Chester & Hester’s Dino-Rama

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 To help you recover from your headlong plunge into primeval fright at Animal Kingdom’s DINOSAUR, let’s take a little walk through Dinoland, USA’s “backstoryasaurus.” The Dino Institute, which houses the DINOSAUR attraction, is a pretty imposing presence, where the administration prefers its attendees strictly adhere to the academia of higher learning. Well, a couple grad […]

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom: Yes, It IS for Kids!

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As you can imagine, I talk a lot about Walt Disney World–to my family, to my friends, to random strangers in department stores… Sometimes people baffle me with the things they say about the Most Magical Place on Earth. For instance, I’ve had people insist that Disney’s Animal Kingdom is not suited for younger Guests, […]

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Wordless Wednesday: Disney Wienies

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May 2014 Earn Your E.A.R.S.

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Welcome to the March 2013 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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