When it comes to Disney characters, you must be familiar with Disney princesses. There are some Disney princesses you already know. Then, you might be curious about who’s older.
Snow White become the first Disney princess which was already on screen in 1937. Let’s dive right in to know more about Snow White!
The story actually derived from a fairy tale in German. It was recorded by the brothers Grim. Talk about the movie, Disney first adapted the fairy tale concept which is also based on legends and myths from around the world.
A fun fact is Snow White movie become the first Disney movie in length version. There was no CGI at the time, so every scene was hand drawn. The production took time around 3 years the finish.
The story behind the movie actually spookier. On the screen, the evil queen poisoned Snow White with an apple. Meanwhile, the real story known that the evil queen tries to poison her three times and even eats her organ which is actually a pig.
Other facts about Snow White are the youngest Disney Princess at the first production, creative sounds effect, achieve special Oscars because of the movie, there are 25 songs in total for the movie, and more.
Disney's princesses have a lot of stories varied within their moral story and Snow White is known to be one that is friendly with the seven dwarfs and kind-hearted to the animals.
Almost all kids know the characters in Disney movies. Then, you can involve the Disney princess as the worksheet. There are many kinds of worksheets you can choose from.
The connecting dots will be great. If you also find it interesting, check this out to get inspired!
For the connecting dots, the worksheet uses the picture, you can go with two styles. The first one is using the picture with the dots as the frame.
In this worksheet, kids only have to trace dots and a clear picture will be seen. It is suitable for the first introduction test.
The second style is using half picture. This worksheet commonly uses the half picture along with. The clues are also provided. To do this worksheet, let the kids connect each dot that exists with the clues of a number or alphabet.
Therefore, you need to make sure that the kids already have knowledge of the clues you attach. Involving the coloring activity will be more fun.
Talking about the design, you can go with all Disney Princess characters such as Snow White, Ariel, Elsa, Moana, Cinderella, and more. Give them the option to freely choose the ones that become their favorite, so they will be more enjoyable doing the worksheet.
Those are how you can construct the Disney Princess connecting dots. Make sure you attach the clues they are already familiar with and let them have fun!
Making the kids more familiar with the Disney movie through crafting is such a good idea. You can manage your kids to make crafting of Disney Princess.
If you look for ideas for crafting the pretty little character, just check this out to get inspired!
Start with simple things around them such as using footprint. All you need to gather are white paper, a flat plastic jar, paint, a brush, and a Disney Princess template. Make sure the jar fits your kid’s foot.
Print out the Disney Princess templates. Place the paint into the jar. It needs to be in line with the color palette of your favorite character.
Let the kids dip their footprint into the jar, then print it into the white paper. Then as you wait for it to dry, guide the kids to continue painting the template picture.
Making a mirror from the Snow White movie sounds good. Grab your materials such as aluminum foil, glass beads, cardboard, mirror stencil, glue, pencil, and glitter. Trace the mirror stencil into the cardboard and make the cutout of it.
Stick the aluminum foil into the mirror part. Continue with making the embellishment with beads. Glued the glass beads as the mirror frame. Add the glitter around it.
Create the Olaf from Disney Frozen will be great for kids crafting. Things you need to prepare are cotton, white paper, orange and black beads, small tree branches, scissors, and glue. Make the Olaf cutout out of white paper. Stick the cotton into the paper cutouts.
Continue with sticking the facial ornaments such as for the eyes, nose, and mouth. Black beads for the eyes and mouth, while the nose uses orange beads. Let all the glue dry and continue with the hands part. Use the branch as Olaf's hands.
Stick it to the Olaf template and make sure it tightly sticks. Olaf craft is ready to display on your kids’ room wall.
Those are the Disney princess craft you can create. Choose the one that fits your kids the most and let them have fun with it.