Disney’s ‘Cinderella’ debuted this weekend with an estimated $70.1 million in the US and Canada, and another $62.4 million in more than 30 markets, bringing its total global haul to $132.5 million. It’s the perfect fairytale ending for this amazing film’s opening weekend.
The latest live-action film from Disney follows the fortunes of young Ella (Lily James) whose merchant father remarries following the death of her mother. Eager to support her loving father, Ella welcomes her new Stepmother (Cate Blanchett) and her daughters Anastasia (Holliday Grainger) and Drisella (Sophie McShera) into the family home. But, when Ella’s father unexpectedly passes away, she finds herself at the mercy of a jealous and cruel new family.
Free Printable Cinderella Worksheets
Now if your little girls is anything like mine, she’s probably already planning her Cinderella party for her next birthday, or just because. Because what little girl doesn’t want to dress up as a princess and go to her own royal ball?
To keep all your little princesses busy at the party, Walt Disney Studios has shared these fun, free printable Cinderella worksheets, including a craft, maze, word search, memory game, spot the differences, and more! You can download the complete set of printables below.
You can catch my full review of the film here, or for more interviews and behind the scenes information on the movie ‘Cinderella’, follow the hashtag #Cinderella on twitter and Facebook. ‘Cinderella’ is rated PG and is now playing in theaters everywhere.
Download the complete set of full-size Free Printable Cinderella Worksheets.
Directed by Academy Award®-nominee Kenneth Branagh (“Thor,” “Hamlet”) and starring Academy Award-winner Cate Blanchett (“Blue Jasmine,” “Elizabeth”), Lily James (“Downton Abbey”), Richard Madden (“Game of Thrones”) and Academy Award-nominee Helena Bonham-Carter (“The King’s Speech,” “Alice in Wonderland”), “Cinderella” is produced by Simon Kinberg (“X-Men: Days of Future Past,” “Elysium”), Allison Shearmur (“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”) and David Barron (“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”). The screenplay is by Chris Weitz (“About a Boy,” “The Golden Compass”).
Portions of the material have been provided courtesy of Walt Disney Studios, all opinions are my own.