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Cinderella

Cinderella, also known as “The Little Glass Slipper”, tells the story of a young girl living under terrible oppression and how a fortuitous meeting rescues her from poverty. This folktale has delighted children for generations and Disney’s interpretation has ensured that it will remain a firm favourite for years to come. With this extensive collection of Cinderella themed resources you can retell the story in your own setting, encouraging small world play and perhaps even holding your own grand ball.


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Cinderella Ball Invitation

Cinderella Bee Bot Cards (11x11cm & 15x15cm)

Cinderella Character Cut-Outs / Stick Puppets

Cinderella Colouring Sheets

Cinderella Display Banners

Cinderella Editable Peg Name Labels

Cinderella Masks for Role-Play

Cinderella Notepaper

Cinderella Small World Background

Cinderella Story Sequence Cards

Cinderella Word & Image Mats

Cinderella Word Cards


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