Treat Your Brain With These Disney Activity Books You Can Do At Home

Disney life doesn’t stop, even when we’re not hanging out in the Parks, and we’ve been staying busy with DIY activities for the whole family.

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If you or your kids need some low-key fun for the winter, here are a couple of activity books to keep the number one muscle flowing.

STEM Activities

Keeping your kids engaged with STEM subjects may not always be easy, but you both can have fun looking through National Geographic’s First Board Books with these activity sheets that’ll help you spot animals and learn some interesting facts.


Elephant & Piggie

The dynamic duo of Elephant and Piggie have been going strong since 2007 and now you can read through the complete collection with DIY paper bag puppets.


Coco Fun

Coco: A Story About Music, Shoes, and Family retells the events of the Disney/Pixar animated feature with new content not seen in the film. This teaching guide will expand on the themes of the movie by letting you and your kids engage in discussions and fun activities, like creating your own family tree.


Frozen Puppets

After watching Frozen II on Disney+, you can recreate moments from the film with these print-out stick puppet figures of Elsa, Anna, and Olaf.


Tristan Strong

Tristan Strong Punches A Hole in the Sky chronicles the adventures of seventh-grader Tristan through a world of African-American folk heroes and West-African Gods, and the activity kit will keep the book’s universe alive with quizzes,  crafts and creative writing exercises.


What activities have you and your kids been running through? Let us know down in the comments!

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