What can children learn from Disney Princesses?

“When I grow up, I want to be a princess.” said the millionth child in the whole wide world. And why not? Disney princesses are strong, clever and independent.

Published 18/08/23 by Amy Blanchard

What can children learn from Disney Princesses?

Each Princess has their own unique story and personality. From dreaming biiiiiiiiiig to appreciating their family and friends, let’s take a look at all the lifelong lessons our little listeners can pick up from the Disney Princesses.

Tiana

The Princess and the Frog

The Princess and the Frog

Disney

£14.99

Tiana from The Princess and the Frog shows them how they can follow their dreams and never give up on them. All together now: “dreams do come true in New Orleans…” In the song ‘Mama Odie’s Kitchen’ they can hear how Tiana works tirelessly to make her dream of opening her own restaurant a reality, even when she comes from a time where it was challenging for black women to succeed. She’s the real deal!

Mulan

Mulan

Mulan

Disney

£14.99

Little explorers can fight alongside the bravest of warriors, Mulan and learn that no matter who you are or what you look like, you can do anything if you put your mind to it. This epic tale of an adventure has Mulan going above and beyond to save her country and protect her sick father. They’ll love how determined, clever and strong she is.

Aurora

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty

Disney

£14.99

Aurora, AKA Sleeping Beauty, might be known for her sleepy slumbers but she’s surprisingly strong and very mature for her age. Story-loving listeners can learn to be kind and gentle with her forest friends, just as she is. The enchanting stories and songs on this Tonie show that even when Aurora is faced with a difficult situation, she still tries to help those in need.

Belle

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Disney

£14.99

Braveheart Belle from Beauty and the Beast shows she is willing to go out of her way to help others. The delicious songs on this Tonie serve up a few lessons on how to find inner beauty rather than judging a book by its cover. Be our guest and give it a try!

Pocahontas

Pocahontas

Pocahontas

Disney

£14.99

Nature-loving Pocahontas, loves to explore and follow her heart. Mini adventurers can listen along to some amazing tales about the natural world and the story of her people. She is open-minded and sings about walking in the footsteps of a stranger to learn things you never knew you never knew. Pocahontas also teaches them that you should never lose hope, something’s always waiting just around the river bend.

Ariel

The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid

Disney

£14.99

Dive into Ariel’s world and go swimming with Flounder and have a sing-song with Sebastian. Her solid group of trusted friends show mermaid fans that friendship is very important – #SquadGoals. This splash-tacular selection of The Little Mermaid songs and readings will teach them that their voices are powerful and should never be taken for granted.

Elsa

Best Seller
Frozen

Frozen

Disney

£14.99

Princess Elsa from Frozen teaches little ones that nobody is perfect, flaws and all. With Elsa accidentally turning things into ice and Anna’s clumsiness, it’s reassuring that these girls are just like us. As our snow kids are transported into the ice-covered mountains of Arendelle, they’ll soon understand that it’s no good to bottle up your feelings. Elsa learns to feel and not conceal her emotions, which then leads to a better relationship with her sister, Anna.

Cinderella

Cinderella

Cinderella

Disney

£14.99

Sweet-natured Cinderella has a kindness that allows her to be selfless and grateful. Her optimism and loving heart eventually overthrows the wickedness of her step family and shows the smallest of princesses that if you believe in your dreams, one day they will come true. Kiddos can learn all of this by the time the clock strikes midnight… 

So while your kiddos have been listening along to the Disney songs and stories, they’ve been taking in subtle lessons about diversity, making friends, overcoming obstacles and more.

Why not try recording your own story about the adventures that await your little highness? It’s super simple to do with your Creative-Tonie on the mytonies app.

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About Amy Blanchard

Amy Blanchard
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Amy’s favourite Tonie is Matilda. From a very young age, she was utterly obsessed with Matilda. She watched and read it so many times that she practically had the whole script memorised. As she grew older, she remained just like Matilda, a bookworm, a trickster, and a dreamer!