For those of you who aren’t familiar with Kidcot at Epcot, it’s a great way for your kids to stay entertained and learn some fantastic things about other cultures while walking around the park. Kids are given a paper Duffy the Disney Bear on a stick that they can color and get stamped like a passport at each country they participate. My kids love getting to see their name written in different languages at the stations at each country!
— WDW Today (@WDWToday) January 27, 2017
This year there is a new Kidcot station being offered that is special for the Flower and Garden Festival, aiming to help kids learn more about agriculture. According to Orlando Parks News, kids can now pick up a Flower and Garden Field Guide, and follow along, tracking the native berries and plants at each pavilion as they go.
Sounds like a great way for them to have fun and learn a little something at the same time!
Will you be checking out the new Field Guide on your visit to the Epcot International Flower and Garden festival?
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