Tips For Taking Preschoolers To Walt Disney World

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Tips For Taking Preschoolers To Walt Disney World

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We are a Disney family. We love the movies, the games, and of course, the Disney Parks and Resorts. We venture to Walt Disney World at least once a year, and we’ve never let the ages of our kids be a factor. Everyone makes memories at Walt Disney World, no matter hold young they are.

Tips For Taking Preschoolers To Walt Disney World

Since we’ve taken 3 preschoolers to Walt Disney World so far, PopSugar and Walt Disney World asked us to share our tips for taking preschoolers to Walt Disney World. From the dining experiences, to the attractions, and more, we shared all of our secrets.


Tip 1 – Take Preschoolers On Their Own Experiences

There’s so much to do during a Walt Disney World vacation, even for your little ones. We love to let the bigger kids hang with Dad, while Baby Frugal and I take on the parks. Every Walt Disney World Park offers attractions, shows, and interactive events that toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy.


Magic Kingdom Park is one of our favorites because we can visit Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Ariel, and ride Prince Charming Regal Carrousel in less than an hour. We can also take a break and eat a Mickey Bar.


Tip 2 – Let Preschoolers Explore and Learn

There are lots of learning experiences within Walt Disney World, and our youngest is a big fan of being able to learn and have fun. The Seas with Nemo and Friends is one of his favorite places. Why? Because it’s an open space where he can run. The Coral Reefs area is phenomenal, and he can even have a chat with a famous sea creature at Turtle Talk With Crush. There’s even a fun little play space where you can learn about sharks and chill inside of a shark’s mouth!


There are so many other tips and tricks to share about taking your preschooler to Walt Disney World, so we shared them all in the fun video below. Be sure to watch, and share your own tips in the comments!

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  1. 4.5.17

    I absolutely agree with your tips. Where were they before I attempted Disney World with my family years ago? LOL Now my kids are pros and they LOVE the parks. Our favorite family vacation too! I absolutely LOVED LOVED the video.

    • 4.6.17
      Amiyrah said:

      Thank you so much, Laura!

  2. 4.21.17

    Oh how fun! It looks like he had a wonderful time, and these are great tips! When I first took my twins to Disney, their experience was not that great. They had both been recently diagnosed with Autism and it was sensory OVERLOAD. Our day ended with meltdowns from them and then me! LOL
    HOWEVER, I took them back the next year. Some people told me I was crazy to do it again. But, I wanted them to have that same type of experience I did when I was a young girl and feel the Disney magic!
    The next time was better, and now they are pros! I definitely agree with your tip on letting preschoolers have their own experience, especially when you have a mix of kids. Thanks for sharing these tips!