Step into a World of Wonders with these Aladdin Preschool Activities including crafts, educational fun, snack ideas & free printables.
Join us on a magical journey as we rub the lamp of creativity and dive into a week filled with enchanting crafts, vibrant sensory play, and captivating learning adventures. From the shimmering sands of Agrabah to the iconic blue magic of the Genie, this week promises to whisk you and your little ones away on a magic carpet ride of imagination and discovery. Get inspired with these fun Aladdin Preschool Activities your little ones will absolutely love!
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“Genie’s Wishes” Sensory Bin
- Plastic or wooden bin (large enough for your child to play comfortably)
- Kinetic Sand
- Small plastic magic lamps or genie figurines
- Plastic jewels, gems, and beads
- Miniature Aladdin and Jasmine figurines
- Shimmering sequins or glitter
- Plastic or foam stars
- Small scoops, spoons, and containers for scooping and pouring
- Prepare the sand: Purchase Kinetic Sand or try this recipe to make your own!
- Fill the bin: Pour the blue rice or sand into the plastic bin, creating a magical base for your sensory bin.
- Add the genie magic: Place small plastic magic lamps or genie figurines in the sensory bin, inviting your child to explore Genie’s world.
- Sparkling treasures: Scatter plastic jewels, gems, and beads throughout the sensory bin, representing Genie’s magic treasures.
- Genie’s friends: Add miniature Aladdin and Jasmine figurines to the sensory bin for more imaginative play.
- Shimmer and shine: Sprinkle sequins or glitter over the sensory bin to add a magical shimmer, just like Genie’s magic.
- Starry night: Place plastic or foam stars in the sensory bin to create a starry night sky for Genie’s wishes.
- Encourage your child to scoop and pour the blue rice or sand using the small scoops and containers, enhancing their fine motor skills.
- Let your child create their own magical stories using the Genie, Aladdin, and Jasmine figurines.
- Explore color mixing by adding yellow and red beads to the blue rice/sand to create purple, Genie’s favorite color.
The “Genie’s Wishes” Sensory Bin will transport your little one into the enchanting world of Aladdin and Genie, providing hours of sensory play and imaginative adventures. Get ready to grant some magical wishes together!
Certainly! Let’s dive into a magical “Genie” week featuring themes from the Disney movie Aladdin. Here’s a week-long lesson plan full of creative activities, educational learning, and playful fun:
Week 7: Letter “G” – Genie (Aladdin Preschool Activities)
Introduction to Letter “G” and Genie (Day 1)
- Craft Activity: Create a “G” is for Genie magic lamp using construction paper, glitter, and stickers.
- Educational Activity: Practice tracing the letter “G” and draw a picture of Genie.
- Snack Idea: Enjoy grapes and goldfish crackers while discussing how Genie and grapes both start with “G.”
Aladdin’s Adventure with Genie (Day 2)
- Movie Time: Watch Aladdin together and discuss the fun-loving character, Genie. Ask questions like, “What would you wish for if you had three wishes?”
- Craft Activity: Make a Magic Carpet. Use this coloring printable to DIY your own flying carpet. Create a handle on the bottom for kids to hold and make their carpet “fly”
- Educational Activity: Introduce the concept of wishes and ask your child what they would wish for.
- Snack Idea: Serve gold-themed snacks like pretzel sticks (magic wands) and banana slices (genie swirls).
“G” Genie’s Magic Science (Day 3)
- Activity: Perform a simple magic science experiment, Genie in the Bottle. Using a clear empty bottle, pour in a half cup of baking soda. Add in a few drops of blue food coloring and some gold glitter. Pour in two cups of White Vinegar and watch the genie explode out of the bottle.
- Craft Activity: Craft a magic wand using a stick, ribbons, and glitter.
- Educational Activity: Discuss the science behind the magic potion reaction.
- Snack Idea: Enjoy a rainbow fruit skewer with strawberries, oranges, pineapple, kiwi, blueberries, and grapes.
“G” Genie’s Groove Dance Party (Day 4)
- Indoor Activity: Have a dance party with music from Aladdin, and dance to the “Friend Like Me” song.
- Craft Activity: Decorate dance scarves or make Genie-themed headbands.
- Educational Activity: Learn about creatures that live in the desert. Here is a fun, free printable too!
- Snack Idea: Have a “genie mix” snack with gummies, raisins, and chocolate chips.
Genie’s “G” Game Day (Day 5)
- Indoor Activity: Play a game of “genie says” (like Simon says) with fun commands.
- Craft Activity: Create a “genie bottle” treasure hunt map with clues to find a hidden treasure.
- Educational Activity: Practice following instructions while playing “genie says.”
- Snack Idea: Enjoy a “genie bowl” with a mix of granola, yogurt, and blueberries.
Throughout the week, read Aladdin storybooks together, and discuss the importance of friendship and helping others, just like Genie does in the movie. Encourage imaginative play where your child can use their magic wand and dance moves. I hope these Aladdin preschool activities inspire some fun and interactive play for your family! Stay tuned for more Disney activities for preschoolers.
Disney Preschool at Home
C – Cinderella
D – Dumbo
E – Eva (Wall-E)
F – Fairies
G – Genie
H – Hei Hei (Moana)
I – Inside Out
J – Jack Skellington
K – Kevin (Up)
L – Lilo or Lightning McQueen
M – Monster’s Inc
N – Nemo (Finding Nemo)
O – Olaf (Frozen)
P – Pascal (Tangled)
Q – Queen of Hearts (Alice in Wonderland)
R – Raya
S – Snow White
T – Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)
U – Ursula
V – Vanellope von Schweetz (Wreck-It Ralph)
W – Woody
X – Rex (Toy Story)
Y – Yzma (The Emperor’s New Groove)
Z – Zootopia
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