Do you love the Disney’s Tomorrowland I don’t mean the Tomorrowland at Disneyland or Walt Disney World, but rather Disney’s movie from 2015. I have a fun set of Tomorrowland activities and coloring pages for any fans of the movie!
First of all, Disney sent me these free Tomorrowland activities and coloring pages while promoting the release of Tomorrowland in 2015. If you haven’t watched the movie yet, read on for my thoughts. If you just want the Tomorrowland coloring pages and activities, just scroll on down.
Disney’s Tomorrowland Review
I’ve been waiting several months for the release of Disney’s Tomorrowland. How could you go wrong with a movie named after one of my favorite places in Disneyland and George Clooney? 🙂 I attended a media screening earlier this week and really enjoyed it. It’s a fun story and after having seen it, I wish I had brought Quinn along too. No worries though, I just get to see it again in theaters when I take Quinn. 🙂
From Disney comes two-time Oscar® winner Brad Bird’s riveting, mystery adventure “Tomorrowland,” starring Academy Award® winner George Clooney. Bound by a shared destiny, former boy-genius Frank (Clooney), jaded by disillusionment, and Casey (Britt Robertson), a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity, embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space known only as “Tomorrowland.” What they must do there changes the world—and them—forever.
Will Kids Enjoy Tomorrowland?
Yup! I think Quinn would love seeing all the fun inventions and futuristic gizmos. There’s some silly humor too that I know he’d appreciate.
Plus there is a fun scene with the ride “It’s a Small World” at the 1964 World Fair. I bet kids will insist on riding it again at Disneyland after they see this movie.
Is Tomorrowland Scary?
My only concern for little kids watching Tomorrowland is the bad robots that chase the main characters. The robots themselves are sort of silly looking humans (the theater erupted in giggles when we first saw them).
Don’t worry these robots aren’t in anyway similar to those in Terminator or Avengers: Age of Ultron. But every kid is different and every family has their own levels of acceptability. If you have any concerns, I recommend checking out the clip below. It shows a little bit of the mean robot action. Then you can make your own decision.
I don’t even think the robots would scare my 5 year old, Elliot but I am not sure if the live action would hold his attention. He’s sort of a cartoon guy still. 🙂 I won’t take him to see it in the theater but will watch it at home with him later.
Overall the movie has a great message about curiosity, creativity and staying positive. I think most kids (and adults) would appreciate the theme and fun action throughout the film.
Printable Tomorrowland Activities
There are 4 different Tomorrowland activities, 2 Tomorrowland Mazes and 2 Tomorrowland Spot the Difference sheets.
There are two different Tomorrowland mazes. The first maze is in the shape of the Tomorrowland symbol. The second maze is a round maze that features the Tomorrowland button at the center of it.
Click here –> to download the Tomorrowland Mazes
Tomorrowland Spot the Difference
There are two Spot the Difference activities featuring scenes from Tomorrowland. One is a scene from the future showing a high tech/science fiction looking cityscape. The other features a scene with star George Clooney in the woods.
Click here –> to download the Tomorrowland Spot the Difference
Printable Tomorrowland Coloring Pages
There are 3 Tomorrowland coloring pages. Two of the coloring pages feature a futuristic cityscape for you to color. The 3rd coloring page is a finish the picture activity page.
Click here –> to download the Tomorrowland Coloring Pages
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This post was originally published May 22, 2015.