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Airport Travel Kits for Disneyland from the Dollartree. Disney at the Dollar Tree. How to pack for Disneyland. Disneyland Essentials. Fun Kits for kids. Going to Disneyland kits. Activity Kits for Kids. Disney themed travel bags. We are officially planning our trip to Disneyland! Hooray! We couldn’t be more excited. However, before we get to the most Magical Place on Earth, we must travel. One thing I’m not looking forward too is the plane ride and airport. We are fortunate enough to have a straight flight there but there will be a lot of waiting nonetheless. To keep up the excitement {or really to ease the anxiety} of the constant, “Are we there yet?” questions and prevent toddler meltdowns, I’m leaning on The Dollartree.

Disney from The Dollartree

If you’re a veteran around these blog parts you know that I am a huge Dollartree fan. I go there for Toddler School Supplies and all sorts of other things. It’s in my top 5 of favorite shopping spots. So when it came time to establish my airport game-plan, I thought of The Dollartree first. As it turns out, you can find a ton of Disney at The Dollartree. If you’re buying in bulk for a class field trip or for multiple kids/families going on vacation, the website is the best place for you to hit up. Here is the link to their entire Disney Collection. If you’re only shopping for 3 kids instore is your way to go.

 

Disneyland Airport Kits

My mission for this Dollartree Disney spree was to stock some fun airport “survival” kits for my boys. Not only that, but I also want to save myself a ton of money by buying fun souvenir type toys outside of the park so that I wouldn’t have to buy a lot inside the park. These little trinkets I’m packing in my suitcase and will surprise the kids with them throughout the trip.

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The Drawstring Bags

I first found these amazing {and sparkly} Disney drawstring bags on Amazon. We have three kids going on our trip so when I saw this set I had to have them! I plan to give them to the kids once we get through security in the airport and they have to wait for our plane to board. My boys have never flown before so this fun little goodie bag will help them feel more excited than scared {I hope}

Disney shopping at the Dollartree

I had some fun walking around the Dollartree {as you can see} phone in hand, doing a mini scavenger hunt for Disney {not my first Disney Scavenger Hunt 😉} They had quite a bit to choose from so I had to keep my selections specific to passing the time while they wait. The bonus would be if they could do it quietly.

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Disney Flashcards that were simple enough for my kids’ ages, 4 and 3. I’m hoping we can use these both in the airport while we wait as well as inside the plane as we taxi and take off.

Dry Erase Boards are the perfect distraction for both of my boys right now! They do love to draw, and the erase boards make for endless entertainment both on the plane and in the airport.

Big Fun Coloring Books and Matching Disney Crayons are always necessary for waiting. There we 4 different choices for coloring books so they each get their own and then I loved how they had matching crayon sets! We can even use these in the hotel every night.

For even more drawing fun I grabbed some of these 3D Posters of Racing Mickey and additional Disney Mini Markers. They’ve never done these before, so I like that I found something different!

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Hard Cover Storybooks are also necessary, but only one or two. I grabbed these because I thought hard pages would be better in the hustle and bustle of all the traveling. I also wanted them to read bedtime stories at the end of the day in the hotels. When Wyatt, my 3-year-old, gets anxious he wants to sit on my lap and read, so I wanted to have some new books in the airport as well.

And finally, Stickers, puzzles & Sticker sets wrap it all together. My kids love stickers and can be entertained by them for hours. These are something you’ll want to pick up in store as you probably do not need as many as they sell in the bulk listings.

I’ve added links to the Dollartree website throughout the post above in case you do need to order in bulk. But realistically, unless you’re buying for 24-48 people you can just snag everything in-store.

Surprise Souvenirs

Airport Travel Kits for Disneyland from the Dollartree. Disney at the Dollar Tree. How to pack for Disneyland. Disneyland Essentials. Fun Kits for kids. Going to Disneyland kits. Activity Kits for Kids. Disney themed travel bags. A few other things fell into my shopping basket during my scavenger hunt around the Dollartree. These items I intend to give the boys either during the day at the park or after we leave for the day and head back to the hotel. I’m also sending them down a little early with grandma {who is driving} so they don’t see them.

Mickey & Co. Figurines are available in the toy department! Can you believe it? Guess how much a 3” toy would be in the park… just guess. I guarantee it won’t be $1. So, I will look like a hero handing them these toys throughout the week and I’ll also be a hero to my wallet.

Did someone say parade? Did someone also just ask me to pay $12 for a glowstick?! Thanks, but I brought my own! Dollartree has Disney Glow Wands in an assortment of characters. This one might be one you want to buy in bulk because you could use them up if you’re there multiple nights.

Next, and mostly for the after-park party, we have Disney themed Bubbles, mostly because I couldn’t walk by them. You cannot take these on the plane because they’re more than 3oz, so I’m sending them with Grandma who is driving. These will be a hit outside of the park while we’re waiting for the next morning to arrive.

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And there you have my Disneyland Airport Travel Kits from the Dollartree. Did you could it all up? I spent $10 per kid and I know they’re going to be well worth it! Plus, the drawstring bags will last for many more trips to come!

Where are the snacks?

I know what you’re thinking… where are all the snacks?! And you’re right, I’ll get to those in my next post friend. Thanks for being here and keeping up on our Disneyland adventure! Be sure to follow along on Instagram to see the Disneyland Kits in action!

 


 

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