disney fun fact lunchbox notes

Apr 19, 2012 // 23 comments // Categories: family life, travel // Tags: , , , , , , , , .

disney world fun fact lunchbox notes | teachmama.com

We are big into lunchbox love notes around here, so why on earth would I have not thought earlier to make Disney Lunchbox Notes?

Be still my heart.

It’s the perfect combination: a captive audience, early readers, a topic that totally interests them–and a place I know they LOVE?  Add to the mix that they’ll be there very shortly, and it’s a complete win. 

At least in this teacher-mama’s book.

Even if they read a handful before we go and then the rest when we return, I think the continued lunchtime Disney love will prolong the Disney magic.

I am so over the moon excited about these, that I can barely contain myself.

Though Owen’s last request was for math fact lunchbox notes (not joking), he’s going to have to settle for these super fun Disney-themed lunchbox notes.

Here’s the skinny. . .

  • disney fun fact lunchbox notes: They range from facts about characters to facts about the theme park to facts about the big man–Walt Disney–himself.

And each little lunchbox note has a cute little Disney photo along with it.

disney world fun fact lunchbox notes | teachmama.com

One sheet of the disney fun fact lunchbox notes, ready to be cut and added to lunchboxes!

Love, love, love.

The disney fun fact lunchbox notes can be downloaded as a pdf here.  Feel free to share with a link back or a pin–I’d love it!

Some fun fact teasers:

  • How many people work at Walt Disney World?
  • Every day an average of 210 pairs of sunglasses are turned in to the Disney World Lost & Found. . . .
  • How many stones are there in Cinderella’s Castle in the Magic Kingdom?
  • What was the strangest thing ever brought to Lost and Found at Disney World?
  • What does EPCOT stand for?

disney world fun fact lunchbox notes | teachmama.com

Eight notes on a page, three pages total.  Twenty-four notes may take us pretty close through to the end of the school year.  Yay! What a way to go out!

And that’s it–just a quickie, super-sneaky way to throw in a teeny bit o’ learning and reading in the every day.  Okay, at lunchtime.  But that counts. . .and with an ‘I love you!’ or a ‘Have a great day!’ written by Mom or Dad, it’s sure to throw a smile on any Disney-loving kiddo!

Here are a few other ways to countdown or celebrate your own Disney vacation: 

 

fyi: Many thanks to the following sources for providing images and/or facts: disney.go.com; www.statesman.com

http://corporate.disney.go.com/media/news/Fact_WDW_Fun_Facts_08_06.pdf

http://www.orlando-florida.net/press-releases/50-things-you-dont-know-about-disney-world.htm

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  1. I love your Lunch Box Note ideas… What a fun one this is :)

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    • THANK YOU, STacey!! So truly appreciate your kind words!!

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  2. Take some along for the long waits on attraction lines. Love this idea!

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    • CONNIE!! LOVE that idea–thank you thank you! I’ll print out an extra copy and throw the strips in my bag. SUPER!! Maybe even fun for plane ride?

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  3. What a great idea!! We only have 3 days of lunches left! I may have to stick a paper in each snack :)

    Thank you!

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    • Thanks so much, Becca!! Hope they like their notes!!!

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  4. LOVE this, Amy! I’m not telling my daughters about our trip yet, but I’ll definitely use this before our next visit. :)

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    • thanks, Mariana!! CANNOT wait to see you gals. . . eeeeeeee!

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  5. I love these! I plan to share them with my kids and the ones at school! Awesome!

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    • Thank you thank you, Kristen! Hope they like ‘em!! Many thanks for reading!

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  6. OMG, I love these. And I think my teenagers would even think they are fun.

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  7. LOVE this!! Thanks so much for sharing – my kids are going to LOVE it! I shared it with my Facebook readers here – https://www.facebook.com/LivingLifeIntentionally
    Beth =-)

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    • Beth! Thank you so much, my friend! I totally appreciate it and cannot thank you enough for reading and taking the time to write!!

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  8. I used some of your facts and the links to them for our Disney countdown I made. I just finished writing my blog post about it!

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    Carrie @ My Favorite Finds
    25/04/2012
    • YAY!! Carrie–I cannot wait to see it! Thanks for linking back!!

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      • Sooooo excited to have found your blog via Pinterest. I’ve printed these & am using for our Disney trip countdown. I have an 8, 6 & 3 1/2 yr old ad am also a sk room mom this year. Cannot wait to continue following your blog. :)

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        Hope OBriant
        02/09/2012
        • thank you sooo much, Hope, for checking it out and for taking the time to write! Please let me know how your trip to Disney goes, and I look forward to staying in touch!

  9. Thanks so much for these adorable little notes. We are HUGE Disney fans around here! =)

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    Kari
    29/07/2013

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