Students – this week, let’s visit Disneyland!

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Special guests were invited to be the first people to see the amazing world that Walt Disney dreamed of on July 17, 1955.  The following day, Disneyland opened to the public creating a fantasy world full of excitement and fun that generations have flocked to since its opening.

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Dr. Charles Margerison has also created something very unique – BioView® stories. Read as if Walt Disney is talking directly to students. Read on as his life unfolds and learn how Mickey Mouse and Disneyland came to be. Meet Walt Disney.

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Students – a fun lesson.

  • Who was Walt Disney?
  • How did he begin his career?
  • What was his first success?
  • When did he realize his potential?
  • Can you identify in yourself, a passion?
  • Describe a ‘dream’ you have and write how it could be possible. Let your imagination go! Don’t allow stumbling blocks to get in the way of this activity. Imagine there are no limitations as to how you can achieve this dream.


Many entrepreneurs have lived before our time. We have many BioView® stories that will encourage students to achieve. From Business people, Doctors, Nurses, Educators, Engineers, Inventors, Musicians, Olympians and more – the World of Amazing People educating our generation with positive goals and commitment. View their stories HERE.

Amazing People Education is brought to you by The Amazing People Club – an international education publisher that is bringing these sensational resources to students and teachers worldwide. To explore tips and tricks on classroom edu-tainment using BioViews®, please download our free Amazing Teacher Toolkit. To get involved in our direct-to-classroom resources, be sure to check out these Education Case Studies.

We would like you to try some of our amazing class starters and let us know how they were received by teachers and students. To take a peek at how some students reacted when they came face to face with Columbus and Michelangelo, please see our video from Castle Vale High School.

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