Hi, I’m Stephanie!
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Welcome to Teach Me at the Castle! My name is Stephanie and I am a 3rd grade teacher in Southern California. I am also a diehard Disney Parks lover! When I am not in my classroom, you can find my kids and I hanging out at Disneyland. We are annual passholders who love just being in the parks, surrounded by the sights and sounds that bring magic to us all.

Here in this blog space, my goal is to bring that magic to not only my classroom, but to yours. I can never seem to take my teacher hat off! When I am in the parks, I find teaching inspiration all over the place. This blog is a collection of that inspiration. It is my hope that you will be inspired by my lessons and observations to bring a little Disney to your own students.
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  • Teaching Ideas
    Disney finds its way into my teaching all of the time! Here are detailed lesson plans that are sure to be a hit with your students.
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  • Disneyland Resort
    Disneyland is my home away from home! I am always finding teaching and travel inspiration in these two parks. Join me as I explore the Disneyland Resort as an annual passholder!
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  • Walt Disney World
    WDW is one of my favorite destinations (especially EPCOT -- a teacher’s dream land!) Come along on some of my Walt Disney World trips!
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Showing posts from April, 2020

Disney Churros to Make at HOME!

Keeping my own kids entertained and engaged during this quarantine has been a challenge.  So when our favorite Disney snack recipe was released by the powers that be at Disney, we jumped at the chance to make them!  Now, I will preface this blog post by saying that we are NOT bakers.  We can follow directions though, …

Tiki Room and Dole Whips

Today, we visited the world famous Tiki Room!  I love this little slice of heaven in Disneyland.  It is so cool and calm.  It is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the crowds...and pick up a little snack too.  So my class virtually headed there for our lessons today. We started by waking up…

Using Disney to Reach My Learners

This quarantine has forced me to become a bit more creative in how I reach my learners.  Since I am teaching them through a computer, my normal tricks just aren't cutting it.   Just four weeks in, and the novelty of learning at home had worn off for us all, leaving me with a hit or miss type of lesson structu…