Of course there's always that possibility of a disney wedding. I've been saying that I would play "If I Never Knew You" at my wedding since I was like, It's just the most beautiful song, with and without words.
Now You Can Hear Disney Princesses Sing In Their Native Languages!
No idea what the eff they're really saying but I don't care! Listen to these songs from Ariel, Mulan, Elsa, Jasmine, and Rapunzel as they sing in what represents their original languages from their stories!
Belle, Jasmine and Ariel were my favorites! I didn't care for Cinderella as much, I was too scared to watch Snow White because of the evil witch and I found Sleeping Beauty not as exciting>>>> but i love all things disney
This is supposed to be a Thanksgiving craft, but as we will be studying American Indians and their relationships with early Pilgrims I think this would be a fun activity for the kids. I would imagine you could easily make some Pilgrims and a ship too!
Belle taught Beast how to read and the entire castle was cleaned by the servants in one song. Quasimodo saved Paris in one song. Peter Pan and the children flew to Neverland in one song. Pocahontas changed the mind set a of a white guy in one song