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ABC's of Disney Parks

Discussion in 'WDW Parks General Discussion' started by butterfly18237, May 5, 2008.

  1. butterfly18237

    butterfly18237 New Member

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    Hey everyone,
    When we go down to WDW in september I wanted my 5 year old son to do a ABC book for school. I was wondering if everyone here can help me get ideas for every letter. We will be going to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom. We are staying at All- Star Sports. What I want to do is get a couple thing for each letter so all suggestions are welcome. Remember its from a 5 year old point of view and he knows how to take pictures, but what else can I use.
    Thanks in Advance
    ~*Kristy*~
  2. Dwarful

    Dwarful Well-Known Member

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    My girls each did one of these books for "Young Author's" when they were 5. They are sooo much fun. I remember the "X" we said "eXtra large dalmations" at All Star movies. We took photos of the girls in front of the large dalmations at All Star Movies.
    If you want I can PM you the different ones they used but here is a brief rundown of some ideas. Let him be creative!

    A-Aladin, B-Belle, Beast, C-Chef Mickeys, Cinderella, Carousel, D-Daisy, Donald,
    E-Esmerelda (I don't know if she is still out and about),Eyeore,
    F-Figment (again, he might not be available) G-Goofy, Goofys Barnstormer,
    H-Harambe Village area, I-Ice Cool Station, J-Jammin' Jungle Parade,
    K-King Louie, Kilamanjaro Safari's, etc. well, you get the idea. There are ample opportunities at every park, every attraction and every resort. let you imagination be your guide. Also, looking back years later, its fun to read the books and see how small they were!
    One last thing: don't forget park maps, postcards, fast passes etc. Good Luck.
  3. tractorm3

    tractorm3 Active Member

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    OOOOO I can do this! i may be 21 but im 5 at heart haha

    A= Animal kingdom....
    B= Briar Rabbit
    C= Cinderellas Castles (double word score haha)
    D= Dinosaur the ride
    E=enchanted tiki room
    F= Future world
    G= Goofy
    H= Hhdden Micky, Hauted Mansion
    I= :eek:
    J= Jungle cruise
    K= Kilomonjaros Rapids
    L= Lights motor action
    M= Mickey Mouse:hammer:
    N= nothing but a good time?!?!:sohappy:
    O= :brick:
    P= Pirate and princess party,
    Q= GOT ME? :veryconfu
    R= Rock'n'Roller Coaster
    S= Stich, Splash mountain, Space Mountain
    T= Tomorrow Land, Tom sayawrs island, turtle talk with crush
    U= Under the sea
    V= #1 Vacation spot
    W= Wildlife
    X= ?
    Y=?
    Z=Zippidy Doo Daah

    ill edit if i find more but for the moment thats what i got, hope it helps
  4. Disneykidder

    Disneykidder Well-Known Member

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    I love the ABC books!! I read them to my class and they love them, too.
    OK, so what I did for you was ask my 4 year old who has been to Disney twice already. Here are a few things he managed to tell me.(He's very busy watching The Wonder Pets)

    B-Buzz Lightyear ride
    C-Cinderella's Carousel
    D-Dumbo
    D-Dinosaur digging
    G-Giraffes
    J-Jungle Cruise
    T-Tigger
    W-Winnie the Pooh

    I hope this has helped. I can think of plenty, but I thought asking a child would be best.
  5. mro415

    mro415 New Member

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    I - indiana jones
  6. Disneykidder

    Disneykidder Well-Known Member

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    Hey Tractorm, how about Q---quiet pools?

    Not sure a 5 year old would say that, but there ya go.:)
  7. krankenstein

    krankenstein Well-Known Member

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    Q-[FONT=arial,sans-serif][SIZE=-1]Quasimoto I don't think he does meet 'n' greets anymore though.
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    V-Vehicle as in Main street Vehicles
    Z-Zurg from Buzz Lightyear
  8. Kamikaze

    Kamikaze Well-Known Member

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    The harder ones:

    Q - Queen of Hearts
    V - Valiant
    X -
    Y - Yao (Mulan) or the Yeti
    Z - Zeus (Hercules)

    There has to be an X, somewhere.
  9. Kamikaze

    Kamikaze Well-Known Member

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    Ha!

    Got it.

    X = X-2, the spacecraft that you travel to Mars in on Mission:Space
  10. hpyhnt 1000

    hpyhnt 1000 Well-Known Member

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    Very Nice! :sohappy:
  11. tractorm3

    tractorm3 Active Member

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    Very good, you definatly got the find of this post
  12. tookydo

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    Look on the homepage here under useful tools and click on acronyms and abbreviations - there you'll find examples for everything but Q, X and Z. As a teacher, I have to say that this is a great idea!:sohappy:
  13. ZambeziZelda

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    Um...how about X Atencio, who wrote Yo Ho (A Pirates Life For Me) and Grim Grinning Ghosts :)
  14. Figment82

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    Is there a picture of X-R, the robot, in Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin? I know Booster is in there...
  15. GrimGrinninAnna

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    That's a good idea, too, but what about It's a Small World? :king:
  16. SnowWhiteMomma

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    A-Animal Kingdom or Adventureland
    B-Blizzard Beach
    C-Cinderella Castle
    D-Donald and Daisy Duck or Disney Dollars
    E-Earful Tower or EPCOT
    F-Fantasmic Fastpass
    G-Goofy or Grand Floridian
    H-Haunted Mansion or Hidden Mickey
    I-It's a Small World or Illuminations
    J-Jungle Cruise
    K-Kali River Rapids or Kidcot
    L-La Nouba or LEGO
    M-Mickey And Minnie Mouse OR Mad Tea Party
    N-Nineteen Hundred Park Fare or Nemo
    O-O Canada or Once Upon A Toy
    P-Pluto, Peter Pan's Flight or Pirates of the Carribean
    Q-Queen or Queue
    R-Rock 'n' Roller Coaster
    S-Spaceship Earth
    T-Test Track or Toontown
    U-Universe of Energy
    V-Victoria and Alberts or Voyage of the Little Mermaid
    W-Walt
    X-
    Y- Yak and Yeti
    Z-Zazu
  17. kcw

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    X- I'm sure you could find a treasure map in a gift store or somewhere in the queue of pirates with a big red X on it- X marks the spot
  18. CThaddeus

    CThaddeus New Member

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    American Adventure; Animal Kingdom; Ariel's Grotto; Anandapur
    Brown Derby; Backlot Tour; Buzz Lightyear's SR Spin; Beauty & the Beast
    Country Bear Jamboree; Carousel of Progress; China; Canada; Circle of Life
    Dinosaur!; Disney's Hollywood Studios; Downtown Disney; Discovery Island
    Ellen's Energy Adventure; Expedition: Everest; EPCOT; Elec. Water Pageant
    Festival of the Lion King; Finding Nemo: The Musical; France; Frontierland
    Great Movie Ride; Gran Fiesta; Germany; Grand Prix Raceway; Grand Floridian
    Hall of Presidents; Haunted Mansion; Honey, I Shrunk...; Humunga Cowabunga
    It's Tough to be a Bug!; Italy; Impresssions de France; Illuminations: ROE
    Jungle Cruise; Journey Into Imagination; Japan; Jedi Academy; Judge's Tent
    Kilimanjaro Safaris; Kali River Rapids; Keelhaul Falls; Keystone Clothiers; Kidcot
    Living with the Land; The Land; Lights, Motors, Boredom!; La Nouba
    Mission:Space; Muppet-Vison 3-D; Morocco; Mexico; Monorail; Magic Kingdom
    Norway; Nine Dragons Restaurant; Natazu! New York Street; Noodle Station
    O' Canada!; Oktoberfest; Oasis; Old Key West; Osbourne Lights; Odyssey
    Pirates of the Caribbean; Pocahontas & Her Forest Friends; Peter Pan's Flight
    Quest, Disney (yeah, that's pushing it...big time); Quack Sea (in Toontown)
    Reflections of China; Rock n' Rollercoaster; Rainforest Cafe; Rose and Crown
    Swiss Family Treehouse; Star Tours; Stitch's Great Escape!; Spaceship Earth
    Toy Story Mania; Tom Sawyer's Island; Tom. Trans. Authority; Tree of Life
    Under New Management (ick); United Kingdom; Universe of Energy
    Value Resorts; Voyage of the Little Mermaid; Villas; Victoria Gardens
    Walt Disney: One Man's Dream; Wishes; WDW Railroad; Winter Summerland
    X-S Tech (gone, fortunately...); gotta go with X. Atencio here, too.
    Yacht and Beach Club; Yakitori House; Year of a Million Dreams; Yak & Yeti
    Zurg; Zebra...I got nothing.

    By no means an exhaustive list, but I figured one line per letter or I'd be up all night.
  19. Ilovewishes

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    Thinking from a kiddie's point of view, you could make finding a character whose name begins with each letter a sort of mission for the holiday. That way, you can put a photo and a autograph on each page? It would make the book fab, imo!

    Okay, which characters -

    A - Aladdin, Alice
    B - Belle, Beast, Buzz, Brer Bear, Brer Fox
    C - Cap'n Jack! Cinderella
    D - Donald Duck, Dopey, Doc, Daisy Duck
    E - Esmerelda
    F - Figment
    G - Grumpy, Goofy, Genie
    H - Happy
    I - Iago (No autograph but a photo at the Tiki Rooms!)
    J - Jack Sparrow, Jessie, Jasmine
    K - Koda (from Brother Bear)
    L -
    M - Mickey, Minnie, Mary Poppins, Mulan, Mushu
    N -
    O -
    P - Pluto
    Q -
    R - Rafiki, Robin Hood
    S - Sleepy, Sneezy, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White
    T - Timon
    U -
    V -
    W - Woody
    X -
    Y -
    Z - Zazu (no autograph but a photo at the Tiki Rooms!)

    It's actually harder to think up characters than I realised! Especially sat in my boring old office in Blighty! And trying to think of ones that actually do meet and greets is even harder!

    I'll try and come up with some more but it's got me stuck now! :shrug:
  20. ann0d

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    Love this thread, I would like to do a scrapbook of the ABC's of WDW> so keep them coming, I was thinking X could be something with the letter X in it maybe

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