Last Chance – 2012 Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers Giveaway

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Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers

Planning a trip to Walt Disney World with preschoolers has never been easier.

Written by a mom and Disney veteran who regularly visits Walt Disney World with her small children, Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers (2012) contains child-focused information, tips, and insights from a parent’s perspective. Battista includes all the up-to-date details on toddler- and preschooler-friendly attractions, recreation, lodging, and dining in Beyond the Attractions, but goes well beyond the shows, rides, resorts, and food to consider the logistical challenges that are part of traveling with small children. Learn about family-friendly services at Walt Disney World such as stroller rentals, Baby Care Centers, and child care options that will enhance your visit and the memories of your Walt Disney World vacation.

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Today’s Disney Giveaway is for 1 copy of the 2012 edition of Beyond the Attractions.

Before you enter you must:

  • You must be a fan of Chip and Co on Facebook. You can click here to Like us or you can use the box on the right side of this page.
  • Next you must be a fan of Beyond the Attractions on Facebook too.

Once you have added both of our pages as a friend then you can enter:

  • Comment here or on our Facebook Page and tell us your favorite Disney World or Disneyland Attractions for kids. Do you kiddies love Finding Nemo? How bout something more daring like Tower of Terror? Let us know..
  • Each comment counts as 1 entry so the more you comment the better your chances of winning.

Please note:

  • Spamming the same word or comment over and over does not count as an entry.

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  • Or comment on any of Lisa’s other articles on Chip and Co here.

Contest ends Friday Morning October 14th at 10am. I will pick one lucky person and notify them that they won. That person will have 24 hours to respond back or I will pick another. So please use a valid way for me to contact you.

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71 thoughts on “Last Chance – 2012 Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers Giveaway

  1. How about a pity copy for an apparently illiterate, obviously overworked, and definitely sleep-deprived mother of preschool twins who moronically thought the contest was still on?

  2. My son’s favorites are: the Disney Railroad Train, the Monorail, any parking lot tram, Big Thunder Railroad and Splash Mountain.

  3. My son’s favorite ride is Big Thunder Mountain!!! We rode it 5 times last year! Next October we are taking my 2 neices who are 2 and 3 and this book would be a LIFE SAVER!!! Id love to get my hands on a copy!

  4. We haven’t been yet – first time will be in 3 weeks – I am going to guess that my 4 year old daughter is going to love the merry-go-round since that’s what she loves when we go to fairs around here

  5. Our favorite ride at Disney’s California Adventure is, hands down, Monsters Inc. The ride is sooo cute! We went on it 9 times on our last trip! My 4-year-old still talks about “going into Boo’s door!”

  6. I just keep thinking of more! This one isn’t necessarily my toddler’s favorite….But I LOVE PhilharMagic! We always go to that one at least a couple times on our trip!

  7. OH – The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh was my daughters favorite on our first trip down to Disney! She loved it so much we had to get her a stuffed Pooh to carry around the rest of the trip!

  8. One that my daughter hasn’t experienced since she was only 7 months (our last trip it was down for maintainance) is Small World. I know my niece LOVED the music as a toddler. I look forward to seeing my daughters reaction to it on our next trip!

  9. Our daughter LOVES the dream with mickey stage show. so cute to watch my precious 2 yr old cheering and saying “mommy, peter pan saved the day! yeah!! ”

  10. I’ve been sharing on my Facebook wall.. Facebook user Chelsey Smith 🙂 I really want to win! Can’t wait to take my little girl she’s 2 and adores Mickey and te gang!

  11. I know this sounds silly as a favorite attraction, but the Baby Centers are amazing! Sometimes you just need to chill out (in the air conditioning!) and watch a cartoon. The Baby Centers are a great way to avoid a Disney overload meltdown 🙂 It was also a fantastic place when I was nursing. It was a private, relaxing place to feed my daughter.

  12. I cannot wait to check out the Disney Junior show when we go in April! My girls love Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Jake and the Neverland Pirates, and Little Einsteins!

  13. My daughter loves everything about Disney… She is wanting to go to Animal Kingdom for her birthday next year… My son will be going for the first time in a couple of weeks and Since he already is in love with Mickey Mouse I am sure he will also be a huge Disney fan… I cant wait to see His excitment

  14. My daughter loved Small World. Plus the carousel. She was only 18 months old. Now we are planning a second trip (she’s 4!) and our son is 16 months. we are going in December to catch the holiday stuff, and a guide on how to make our trip the BEST TRIP EVER would be awsome!

  15. I have a 4 year old who has never been, but we already have our trip planned for the spring. She is so excited just to visit with the princesses. She has seen some of the Bibbity Boppity Boutique and cannot wait to become Rapunzel herself! As for my 19 year old daughter, she still loves the characters. This will be her fourth trip and is seeking the elusive Mulan autograph.

  16. My son is so excited about visiting disney world for the first time! I can say he will more than likely LOVE POTC and the disney Jr show! This book will be so useful in planing our first trip 🙂

  17. I have always loved the Haunted Mansion and the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, and I hope my son is up for them on our upcoming trip!

  18. I am a friend of both pages! 🙂

    Since I have only ever taken my DD to WDW- one of the rides she liked the best was Dumbo. She loved controlling it to go up and down. We are excited about the expansion of this ride!

  19. I’m actually planning my WDW Honeymoon for Oct. 2012, and one of the rides that I haven’t been on is Tower of Terror. Since there will be no kids, I won’t have to worry about rides I won’t be able to go on. 🙂

  20. My fav. ride for kids has to be the dumbo ride at Disneyland!!! It’s ultimately one of my favorites and i love to experience it with my daughter! I also love taking her on Pirates of the Carribean. The first time she was fine and then after that she started to get scared of pirates. Don’t know where that came from but I’m trying to let her know that pirates won’t hurt her, lol.

  21. I am a friend of Chip & Co and Beyond the Attractions on Facebook (Cassie Di Mauro).

    Favorite thing to do with the kiddo’s is yet to be determined. We are headed there this fall and can’t wait to see what the kids enjoy!!!

  22. My daughter loves to ride Kilimanjaro Safari to see the animals. One morning she got to see the lion do his morning roar, and she was set for the day!

  23. The kids just love turtle talk with crush. The interaction reallyt makes gthem believe crush is talking to them, It’s one of my favourites too.

  24. my son loved Space Ranger Spin…and he was actually mad that at 4 years old he wasnt tall enough for Tower of Terror.

  25. Well I haven’t been to Disney with my daughter yet (she is 15 months old) but I think she would like the Dumbo ride and just seeing everyhing that is going on in the Magic Kingdom. 🙂

  26. My toddler was almost 2 the last time we went and The Haunted House was not scary yet for him, but I think now that he is almost 3, and understands more, it would be. I would say for younger toddlers the Haunted House wouldn’t be scary.

  27. I Like both the pages on Facebook now and commented on Beyond The Attractions that you sent me. 🙂 For my preschooler, we loved Dumbo and Astro Orbiter.

  28. I can’t write on Beyond the Attractions FB wall for some reason! My boys love Peter Pan’s Flight, BuzzLight Year Space Ranger Spin, and Toy Story Mania.

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