Free Disney Jungle Book Activity Pages for Kids


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I remember very little about Disney’s The Jungle Book, but I know I saw it as a kid, and I know I really enjoyed it. That’s why I can’t wait for the The Jungle Book Diamond Edition which comes out on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital on February 11!

I still sing “Bare Necessities” to myself all the time, despite odd looks from my kids. As much as I loved Disney’s Tarzan (and that one rocked big time!), the Jungle Book is just a bit less intense, sweeter and cuter.

Really, is there a better animal pal out there than Baloo?

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Meet the most unforgettable characters and embark on a thrilling adventure with Mowgli as he journeys deep into the jungle and learns “The Bare Necessities” of life from happy-go-lucky Baloo the bear. Meet Bagheera, the wise old panther, and crazy King Louie, the orangutan. But watch out for the cunning tiger Shere Khan and Kaa, the ssssneakiest snake in the jungle!

The Diamond Edition DVD features some pretty neat bonuses including:

  • Bonus Features: Alternate Ending – Mowgli and The Hunter
  • @DisneyAnimation: Sparking Creativity
  • Music, Memories & Mowgli: A Conversation with Richard M. Sherman, Diane
  • Disney Miller and Floyd Norman
  • Disney Intermission – Bear-E-Oke hosted by Baloo
  • Bear-E-Oke Sing A Long
  • I Wanna Be Like You – Hangin’ Out At Disney’s Animal Kingdom

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To help get you in the mood for this latest Blu-ray release of yet another classic Disney tale (Seriously, is every animated movie they put out a classic or what?), you can download a bunch of free Jungle Book activity sheets including mazes, puzzles and even a craft.

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10 thoughts on “Free Disney Jungle Book Activity Pages for Kids”

  1. We listen to Jungle Book music on my old fisher price record player and I am really excited about the release of the movie. Thanks for the link to the activities!

  2. Now I’ll be singing the same song. My son was three when Jungle Book came out. First we saw it at a friends’ house. Then, when it came out on DVD we bought it for our home. Jungle Book was played over and over and now our whole family knows the songs by heart. Activity books are a great means to play and remember.

  3. I remember the Jungle Book from many, many years ago. Now that I have grandchildren, I know they would love it. The activities will keep my granddaughter busy later today when she comes for the next few days. Thank you!

  4. We had that on VHS even though it sounds like I should have been in a gap decade for the film, so now I’m glad I had it as a kid. One could say it animalizes Mowgli, but I remember being surprised and impressed that Disney went for an obviously non-white protagonist long before its ’90s princess shift. I didn’t really like Tarzan, kinda the wrong age when it came out I guess (the tree swinging based on skateboarding was realistic but felt like pandering), but as a transgender kid, I really appreciated the gender neutral platonic friendship at the heart of the film.


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