I am so excited about BEAUTY AND THE BEAST releasing in theatres. I had the pleasure of screening the film before it released. Let me just say, it is breathtaking. Be sure to read my review for more on the film. In honor of the film release, check out these BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Activity Sheets that are easy to print and enjoy.
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Activity Sheets
This packet includes bookmarks, a memory game, maze, and a door hanger. Plus, some of the coloring sheets that I’ve shared before. Great for rainy days, family fun, or even Beauty and the Beast themed birthday parties. Be our guest to print them out below.
Also, check out this quick clip of “Something There” from BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. One of my favorite scenes from the new live-action movie. What do you think of it?
• Is Beauty and the Beast appropriate for children?
I personally wouldn’t say the film is dark. There are shifts from light to dark to signify the mood of the set. However, the ending scenes are intense for younger viewers. Use caution to see it with tweens and teens, or preview the film prior to seeing it with younger children.
• Does the movie stay true to the original animated film?
It is very close to the animated film with its own growth and newness.
• Is it like the Broadway musical?
Again, it does have aspects of the musical, however; don’t expect to be hearing music from the stage performance. It has its own twist on things with new songs by Alan Menken and Tim Rice. If you loved the music with the Beast’s number “If I Can’t Love Her”, you will be moved by “Evermore”.
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