Meet the Robinsons released in 2007, is a Disney Pixar film with quirky characters and a fun plot. It’s no wonder that it has been a favorite since its release. Do you have a Meet the Robinsons fan in your house? Or are you one? Then you’ll love this grouping of online resources and activity ideas. These activities would also work well for preschool or elementary school classes and many of the ideas can be used for party games, activities or goodie bags.
Free Printable Coloring Pages
This link takes you to a page where you can download a PDF file. The file is an activity book. The book has mazes, dot-to-dot, puzzles, coloring pages, and more!
This site provides over 63 coloring pages of scenes from Meet the Robinsons.
In this game you help Wilbur and Lewis to find the part they are missing that they need to fix Wilbur’s dad’s time machine. You guide them through the city, so watch out for buildings, birds and transport bubbles!
This game is called “Invent-O-Rama” it is much like tetris. You want to get rid of the Gizmotrons by grouping the same colors together (like tetris). If you get stuck then you can shuffle then by clicking on the buttons to the side. You want to raise the Gizom-meter, and you can do this by grouping as many of the same color together as you can. Watch out because Doris will add more Gizmotrons as you go!
This is “Uncle Arts Pizza Delivery” game. In this game you are Uncle Art in a spaceship. You want to go around the city and deliver pizzas. You have to watch out for the dinosaur, he will follow you and try to take your pizzas.
This is the official site for the movie. In the games section you can play Bubble Trouble, Tellulah’s Fashion Mix, Puzzle Game, Dinosaur Dance Rhythm, Dash from Doris, The Robinson Family Tree, Robinson Personality Quiz, Frankie’s Music Mashup, Mural Mania and Time Traveler. In the activities section you can print bookmarks, stickers, tattoos, activity sheets and make Halloween cards.
Design an Invention
Provide your child with paper, and colored pencils and let them design their own inventions. You can take it one step further and provide them with boxes, paper towel tubes and other items to “build” their invention.
Learn more about family trees and do some of the fun activities listed at this site.