Okay some of you may have seen this on my facebook (or on DISboards or on WDWmagic) but I've hit a wall (luckily figuratively not literally). ; On Monday, when I got back to work, one of my kids was telling me how he went parasailing in Mexico (but his Dad was too scared ; ;D) and I was showing him some of the shots I got of the parasailers on Bay Lake on my Shutterfly page. ; Some of the other kids noticed some of my castle pics so I had to bring those up to. That lead to showing them a video of Summer Nightastic Fireworks, to a video of Pirates, to a video of the dragon of Fantasmic. Needless to say my kids are kind of hooked on Disney. So I've decided to take the plunge and do a Disney World theme for a week. ; I don't want this to be silly Mickey all over everything. I want it to be academic but fun at the same time. Here are the few ideas I've come up with. A Haunted Mansion ghost search. Each ghost hanging around the room (possibly painted with glow in the dark paint!) will have dots on it. ; The kids will have to count the dots, then find the matching ghost on their paper and write the number. Were also going to look at some of the Stretching room portraits and do some "Critical Thinking". While the bottom of the pic is covered up, I'll ask them what they think is going on in the rest of the picture. Enchanted Tiki Room - apparently the original hosts of the Tiki Room (before Zazu and Iago were added) had feathers that were the same color as the country they are from. The kids will look at pictures of the birds and try to match the country. A Peter Pan game - players start at the Darling house and move to each star on the game board as they answer questions about things we've learned about this year, the goal being obviously Neverland. Possibly a hidden Mickey page. My co-teacher says I could create splash mountain out of our playground slide (turn the hose on!) And Ive been eyeing the sit and spins as teacups but I'm not sure how to decorate them like teacups! And of course....Glitter fireworks! I have 4 days to teach - preferably 2 activities a day and my plan is to keep it just to Magic Kingdom. ; My kids are 4 Ive also been thinking about telling them a little bit about Walt Disney. Maybe having a little drawing lesson and have everybody draw Mickey then hang all their drawings up! But right now I'm kind of stuck - any ideas will be greatly appreciated.