Spooktacular Fanniversary Hocus Pocus word game

Hallowed Ground Word Guessing Game

What you will need:

10 sheets of card stock paper
Scissors
Glue
Timer
Download Word Guessing Game

 Kids, have a grown-up help you with the scissors and glue.

To make the game cards:

Print the Hallowed Ground Word Guessing Game pages onto card stock.
Trim along the dashed lines and fold the cards in half, with printed side facing…

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Spooktacular Fanniversary Hocus Pocus photo props

Hocus Pocus Photo Props

What you will need:

Heavy printer paper
Wooden dowels
Scissors
Tape
Tacky glue
Hot glue
Download Photo Props

Kids, have a grown-up help you with the scissors and hot glue.

Instructions:

Print the pages onto heavy printer paper.
Cut out the art as close as possible.
Turn over the prop and hot glue a wooden dowel to the back to…

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Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas postcards

What’s This? Shareable Halloween Town and Christmas Town Postcards from the Vacation of Your Nightmares

By Jocelyn Buhlman

Everyone enjoys going on a nice vacation for the holidays, but now your vacation destination can be the holidays—the holidays of Halloween and Christmas, to be exact! Download these frighteningly fantastic Halloweentown postcards, or get a head start on holiday cheer with a Christmastown postcard, inspired by the locations from Tim Burton’s…

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Freeform's Halloween House

A Wicked Walk through Freeform’s Hocus Pocus– and Nightmare-themed Pop-Up with D23

By Jocelyn Buhlman

‘Twas a long time ago… Well, maybe not as long as it seems, that D23 Members went to a place we’ve seen only in our dreams. Dressed in their Halloween best and ready to pose, our members prepared to enter Freeform’s Halloween House, a totally immersive experience celebrating the films Hocus Pocus and Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before…

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Hocus Pocus item from the Walt Disney Archives

13 Bewitching Props from Hocus Pocus

By Kelsey Williams, the Walt Disney Archives

‘Tis time! 2018 marks the 25th anniversary of the spooktacular film Hocus Pocus. To celebrate the occasion, prepare thyselves to view some of the most bewitching props and costumes from the Walt Disney Archives collection. Don’t be frightened; remember “…it’s just a bunch of hocus pocus!”
“This is the…

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Hocus Pocus photo lab

Run Amuck! Amuck! Amuck! With Hocus Pocus Photo Frames

By D23 Team

Cast a spell on your photos with the wickedly wonderful help of the Sanderson Sisters! These frames and stickers celebrate 25 years of Hocus Pocus as part of our month-long Fanniversary spell-o-bration. Want to get even spookier? Check out our Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas frames for more bone-chilling fun!

This campaign has ended….

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Sanderson Sisters pumpkin stencil

Sanderson Sisters Pumpkin Stencils

Please note, these stencils are not for beginner pumpkin carvers. Kids, be sure to have an adult help you with the carving tools!

What you will need:   

Ready-to-carve pumpkin
Standard printer paper
Soft graphite pencil
Clear tape
Ballpoint pen
Black permanent marker
Pumpkin carving tools

Instructions: 

Download and print the template on standard…

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Hocus Pocus popcorn boxes

Hocus Pocus Popcorn Boxes

What you will need: 

6 sheets of cardstock
Glue stick or tape
Scissors

Instructions:  

Download and print each popcorn box onto card stock, and cut along the solid lines. Kids, please have a grown-up help you with the scissors. Each box will have two parts that will need to be glued together first before making the box.
Apply glue to the tab on Part…

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Sanderson Sisters bingo game

Sanderson Sisters’ Bingo

Instructions:

Download and print out the bingo cards on 8.5”x11” white paper, be sure to “fit to page.”
Randomly distribute cards to each player (up to 6 players).
Have them look over their bingo cards to familiarize themselves with the movie scenes.
Play Hocus Pocus and when a player recognizes scenes from the movie that match their bingo card,…

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Disney transportation

Vacuums, Beds, Hats, Oh My! These Disney Icons Traveled in Style

By Karina Schink

We all know that getting around isn’t always the easiest of tasks, and sometimes you wish you had just a sprinkle of pixie dust to make it a bit easier. Well, we can all take a page out of the books of these ingenious Disney characters who found, let’s say, some unique ways to get to where they were going.

Vacuum (Hocus Pocus)
Things…

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