Disney World has a ton of fun details all around the parks and hotels.
From classic rides to new lands to restaurants in outer space, there is so much more to Disney than meets the eye. Another place to find these cool details is in Disney Springs, and we wanted to tell you about a unique detail that you might overlook (especially if you get distracted easily by candy!).
This is the Goofy Periodic Table of Elements at Goofy’s Candy Company!
It’s similar to the normal periodic table of elements, but it’s all Disney characters. And, while the elements are make believe, the table actually has the accurate info when it comes to labeling elements like the atomic number, symbol, weight, and name! It’s a great way to introduce a little bit of science to your kiddos using characters they know.
First up, we have the Seven Smallest Elements. Can you guess who these are named after? The 7 dwarfs from Snow White, of course! We have Sleeponium, Happilium, Gruponium, Docodinium, Bashfulium, Dopium, and Sneezium.
Then, we have the Elements of Evil, like Ursalium, Jafarium, Scaronium, and Cruellonium. These elements are dangerous, so don’t mess with them unless you have some backup, like a genie!
Other villains on the table include Ratcliffium, Maleficent, and Sidium. We guess Maleficent is evil enough to have the element match her actual name!
On the other side you have the Core Disney Elements like Mickeyium, Minium, Donduckium, Daisium, Goofium, Tinkonium, and Plutonium (which is actually a real chemical element).
Finally, in the middle, there are the Elements of Royal Degree. You’ll find elements named after the princesses like Jasmonium, Bellium, Mulanium, and Arielonium. The princes are also represented, with Aladdium, Beastonium, and Charmonium.
And, there are some very important furry friends like Winnoinum, Mowgilium, and Thumponium.
There are even a few Pixar pals in there like Buzzonium, Woodonium, and Hammium!
If you look around, you might even find some fun characters like Timonium, Pumbanium, Mushunium, and Drizzelanium. And, who can forget about Gusgusium, which we hear is naturally found in cheese🧀😉.
So, next time you’re over in Disney Springs, stop on by and see if you can find your favorite character! It’s a neat little detail that makes Goofy’s Candy Company all the more interesting. Stay tuned to DFB for more Disney World news and updates.
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Which element is your favorite on Goofy’s Periodic Table? Let us know in the comments!