Disney Lesson Plans for Preschoolers

Preschool is a magical time of learning and growth. What better way to engage young minds than with lesson plans featuring classic and beloved Disney characters? This page provides creative ideas to help preschool teachers integrate Mickey Mouse, Winnie the Pooh, and more into their curriculum. With hands-on arts and crafts, music and movement activities, these Disney-themed plans make learning fun. Teachers can easily adapt them for different ages and skill levels. Any preschooler will delight in making their own Mickey Mouse or bouncing along with Tigger. These cheerful lessons are sure to add a touch of Disney magic to the preschool classroom.

Need: Black paper, white paper, crayons

Directions: Give each child a sheet of construction paper and three circles cut out of paper. Let them glue the 3 circles to form Mickey Mouse and then let them decorate the face. More…

Bounce, Bounce, Bounce, Bounce

The Tigger Bounce: the children bounce a stuffed toy Tigger (or Pooh) in the middle of a blanket or parachute.

Sung to: “Did You Ever See A Lassie?”

Did you ever see a Tigger, a Tigger, a Tigger?
Did you ever see a Tigger go this way and that?
Go this way and that way, go this way and that way,
Did you ever see a Tigger go this way and that?

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