1) Make sure to begin advertising far enough in advance. Draw a connection to Disney and have a clever name for the event.
2) Turn your campus map in to a Disney Guide Map.
Take any location and turn it into a well-known Disney locale (a forest can be the Hundred Acre Wood; the library can be Belle’s Library)
3) Give teams a list of clues. You can have them photograph themselves acting out scenes at the different places on the Guide Map.
4) You can also hide Disney objects around campus. It’s fun to have physical items to search for, and can also act as prizes for participants.
You can buy certain items on the internet, but can also easily craft some for just a few dollars.
5) It’s a good idea to have prizes for the teams that are playing as a form of incentive.
6) While tallying the final scores, you can feed teams with Disney-themed snacks.
Try to get creative with the theme as well as what you use as containers
7) While tallying, you can also entertain them with Disney coloring books and by showing Disney music clips on YouTube.
8) Most importantly, just make sure to have fun.
Custom-made Princess Leia bust from the final scene of Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope