My daughter is 5, and so we’ve done a lot of those.
Unless your daughter is a huge Beauty and the Beast fan, you might skip that show, especially if you’ll be doing Enchanted Tales with Belle at MK during your trip. There’s a couple reasons for that–right now, you’ve got four shows where your daughter will need to sit still for 30 minutes to an hour each. Disney Jr. Live is something that she’ll love if she is a fan of Disney Jr. (and what five year old isn’t?). Even with having just seen the characters at Hollywood & Vine, it’s a very different experience. The Frozen Sing a Long is awesome for parents and adults, and is air conditioned. Little Mermaid, again air conditioned and pretty short. But for Beauty and the Beast, it can get beastly (pun intended) hot in the theater, as it isn’t enclosed and air conditioned. You also may be running in to an afternoon thunderstorm at that time, too.
Here’s something I played around with – it nixes the ADR at the 50s Prime Time Cafe, but if you’re just interested in milkshakes, you can either grab them at the lounge or get milkshakes at some of the other places around. The real challenge is getting back to the park to nail that TSMM FP+, because I’m worried that you’ll end up in a summer rain deluge at that time. If you could adjust it later in the day, then you could take a longer afternoon rest break with no problems and decide if you want to grab lunch (in lieu of a snack) in the park or get something at your resort.