Summer is officially here! We can’t wait to fill our little one’s days with all kinds of Disney-inspired activities. Our Summer Vacation Workbook provides a one-stop shop. From coloring pages and pasta art to DIY puppets and paint-by-number pages, we’ve compiled super fun activities for you and your kiddo to complete together while school is out.
The only thing more fun than eating pasta is using it to decorate! From Carl Fredricksen to the stars of Cars 3, these printable pages will help your child’s imagination run wild this summer break.
Complete the Drawing
Recruit your little one to complete the drawings of fun Disney characters. Lay out fun craft materials, like pom-poms, glitter, and of course crayons and let their creativity run wild!
Finding Dory Puppets
Get creative with your kiddo this season by working together on these easy-to-create brad puppets! Featuring Dory, Nemo, Marlin and other friends from under the sea, this craft will allow you and your family to have hours of fun!
Find a shady spot in your yard, gather your kiddos and some crayons, and spend the afternoon coloring in your favorite Disney characters. These fun pages not only showcase characters like Mickey, Ariel, and Mulan, but they’re also summer-themed!
More Fun Activities
When your little one has friends over to play, break out one of these other fun activities. From spot the difference and paint by numbers to mad libs and a scarily fun Monsters, Inc. activity sheet, your home is sure to be filled with smiling, happy kiddos.
For more Disney fun, check out these Disney•Pixar DIYs:
What You’ll Need
- Hole punch
- Printable Summer Vacation Workbook
- Plain paper or cardstock
- Glue stick
- Scrapbook decorations: stickers, stamps, craft tape, colorful paper
- Crayons, markers, or colored pencils
- Twine or string
How To Play
- Start by cutting out 2 pieces of 8 1/2 x 11″ cardboard.
- Use the hole punch to make Hidden Mickey holes along one side.
- Place that piece on top of the other, and use a pencil to mark inside the holes so you know where to punch the other piece. Repeat Hidden Mickeys on the marked spots.
- Have your little one help decorate the top piece—with Mickey shapes, craft tape, pictures, stickers, stamps, etc.
- Download and print the workbook pages and hole punch these too.
- Stack the cover, pages, and back together.
- Cut a long piece of twine and begin lacing it through the Mickey holes. Then, tie a bow at the top.
- Time for the summer adventures!
All cutting should be done by an adult.