We Just Can’t Wait to Get Moving With This ‘Lion King’ Workout

We’re back with another installment of “Get Moving with Disney Family,” and we think this may be our best episode yet! To all you Lion King lovers out there—this one’s for you!

This classic film is a favorite of both ’90s kids and our kids alike, so we just know you and your little one are going to have a blast with this workout. It starts off with a stretch inspired by that iconic moment Rafiki raises baby Simba into the air and moves into a fun-filled, action-packed Mufasa “roar.” You’ll never have more fun breaking a sweat!

To keep the Lion King fun going all day long, we’ve rounded up our favorite crafts and recipes inspired by the movie!

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The Lion King Terrarium

For a fun, throwback craft that will remind you of your own childhood, create this sand art terrarium with your kids and teach them all about the color wheel. We were inspired by the yellow, orange, and red colors from The Lion King.

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Rafiki Mask

Encourage the whole family to wear their inner funky monkey on the outside, too! Recreate the power of The Lion King with this DIY Rafiki Mask.

lion king garland
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The Lion King-Inspired Garland

With just a few supplies, this Lion King Leaf Garland will make your kiddo feel like the king of the Pride Lands.

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The Lion King Foil Art

As Mufasa teaches Simba all about bravery, bond with your starry-eyed little one with this super simple Lion King Foil Art.

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Simba Cupcake Cake

Surprise friends and family with a pull-apart cupcake cake made for a king. It’s the perfect centerpiece for your little one’s Lion King birthday party, your best friend’s baby shower, or a class event at school.

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Timon and Pumbaa’s Ice Cream Parfaits

Have your cubs recreate the Lion King scene where Timon and Pumbaa introduce Simba to some “slimy yet satisfying” grub. Only this time, it won’t taste like chicken. Timon and Pumbaa’s Ice Cream Parfaits have layers of crushed up cookies and delicious ice cream. They’re a rare delicacy!

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