Sunday, February 27, 2011

Kid Tips for Walt Disney World: Touring Advice for Kids by Kids AND Walt Disney World Adventure: A Field Guide and Activity Book for Explorers By Tracie Cook

Turn a trip to Walt Disney World into a learning adventure!

The mystery and magic of Walt Disney World is captured in this fun-filled adventure field guide. Jam-packed with curriculum-based activities and challenges, Walt Disney World Adventure encourages Explorers to follow cryptic clues, decode concealed messages, and solve challenging puzzles as they uncover hidden details and unlock Disney secrets around the four theme parks.

“Helpful hints”—tools provided to help the reader navigate the Challenges—ensures motivated young learners through adventurous middle schoolers will find the fun facts, games, and activities interesting and entertaining.
Walt Disney World Adventure: A Field Guide and Activity Book for Explorers is perfect for building anticipation before a trip, a useful and accessible guide to the parks, and a learning resource after the trip with the use of “Next Step” learning activities. There are also “Kid Tips” offering recommendations from other Explorers.

Now your Walt Disney World vacation will have the educational content of a school field trip, the self-guided fun of a quest, and the lasting documentation of a personal journal. Plus, kids can earn their “Explorer Certificates,” share their own recommendations, and find out how to become a “Featured Kid Explorer.”
Now kids can help plan their family’s Walt Disney World vacation!

This informative and charming book is filled with useful tips written by experienced kid-travelers. With a kid’s-eye view on everything from the best rides to the restaurants with the tastiest foods, you’ll get ideas on how to make the most of your Walt Disney World vacation. Included is an interactive opportunity for children to share their tips and experiences with the author.

Well written and easy to read, this helpful book will provide enjoyment for the whole family.

Tracie A. Cook has been visiting Walt Disney World since her childhood. As a self-proclaimed Disney parks expert, she decided to combine her love of Walt Disney World with her knowledge of education. Tracie holds a master’s degree in education and curriculum development, has extensive research experience with individualized instruction, and has worked with her intermediate school district on the integration and instruction of state and national curriculum benchmarks. With more than twelve years’ experience as a teacher and countless family trips to Walt Disney World, she recognizes that many valuable learning opportunities happen outside the classroom. Her goal in writing this book is to foster a love of learning and encourage children to explore new places. Tracie is also the author of Kid Tips for Walt Disney World: Touring Advice by Kids for Kids. She lives in mid-Michigan with her family.

MEET THE AUTHOR: Get to know Tracie Cook and her two fun books Kid Tips for Walt Disney and Walt Disney World Adventures at the I Love Authors Blog Talk Radio Show Thursday, March 3rd at 9:00pm(est). Join us for some fun and sharing with Tracie as we dive into the Magical World of Wonders!!

Twitter: @WDWFieldGuide


1 comment:

  1. It would be a good idea for our family to pick up one of these books for our trip. Our kids are still small enough that we have to deal with “problems” especially behaviorally. I must admit that I got my kids iPhones so they can watch TV and keep them out of trouble. Since they won’t (and shouldn’t want to) use their iPhones in the park, I am anticipating problems keeping both of them interested. My wife plans out everything in advance so that will be helpful. I AM glad that we have the phones for the car. I have my DISH Network employee DVR connected to a Sling box that sends live or recorded TV to our phones.



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