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Magic Moments - Learn and Create

Disney Magic Moments

  1. Cooking Up the Magic — PB and J Rolls Put a Fun Spin on a Lunchtime Classic

    There is something comforting about slathering creamy peanut butter on fresh soft bread then layering on strawberry or grape jelly. This lunchtime staple is a happy reminder that three simple ingredients can make the perfect meal for kids … and one bite will bring back a flood of childhood memories for us adults!

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  2. STEAM Tips from Walt Disney Imagineering: Technology, Science and Math

    Imagineers use STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) every day to create groundbreaking experiences that are not only appealing, but also properly designed in terms of size, materials and coatings. To round out our series about STEAM tips from Imagineers, several of the technical artists at Imagineering shared their tips as it relates to technology, science and math.

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  3. #DisneyMagicMoments: Cooking Up the Magic — Creating Our Over-the-Top Kitchen Sink Sundae at Home

    It's time for another special #DisneyMagicMoments treat – the original recipe for our popular Kitchen Sink sundae and how to make it at home with a patriotic spin!  

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  4. Cooking Up The Magic at Home: Celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day with a Grilled Cheese Sandwich from Toy Story Land

    This is a yummy recipe that comes from Woody's Lunch Box at Disney's Hollywood Studios. While we can’t visit Andy’s backyard right now, this recipe is just one more great way to create #DisneyMagicMoments in your own backyard (or kitchen).

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  5. Explore the Science of Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Home

    Have you always wanted to learn how roller coasters work? Check out this blog post and find out what it takes to make Rock 'n' Roller Coaster go!

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  6. Cooking Up The Magic: Create #DisneyMagicMoments at Home with Disney Parks Churro Bites Recipe

    While our parks are temporarily closed, you can still enjoy a delicious Disney churro – because you can make them yourself at home!  This recipe is inspired by the delicious snack that can be found at all of our parks across the globe. Enjoy!

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  7. #DisneyMagicMoments: Let’s Stay Sharp: Disney, Pixar, National Geographic Activity Sheets

    Calling all parents, teachers and newly appointed teachers! Looking for ways to ensure your kids’ minds stay active? Check out this series of Learning & Activity Sheets from Disney, Pixar and National Geographic.

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  8. A Fun Activity to Do at Home

    If you’re looking for a fun, creative way to add some Disney magic to your day, we’re sharing something special – a complete series of how-to tutorials on drawing Mickey Mouse through the years.  

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  9. Enjoy a One-of-a-Kind Learning Experience from Disney Imagineers

    With so many at home together, Walt Disney Imagineering could think of no better time to share their Imagineering In A Box, online learning series. Read more to learn about the partnership with Khan Academy and Pixar to help develop, perhaps, the next generation of Imagineers.

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  10. Disney’s Animal Kingdom Welcomes Baby Porcupine

    Although Walt Disney World Resort is temporarily closed, our animal care team is continuing to provide top-notch care to thousands of animals, including the newest addition to Disney's Animal Kingdom, a baby prehensile-tailed porcupine.

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