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10 Life Lessons for Kids from Sofia the First

We all know Disney is really good at storytelling.

Reeeeally good.

I mean, it’s kind of their thing.

They’re also kind of awesome at teaching kids important lessons they can apply to real life, presented in ways they can understand.

Take Sofia the First. Disney’s first ever little girl princess is finding out what being royal is all about, and she doesn’t always do the right thing.

Here are 10 valuable lessons she’s learned that can empower your kiddos too:

  • Considering kids have a tendency to listen to characters they admire – especially the ones that get to live in castles and wear sparkly tiaras and have pet bunnies that talk – more than their parents… you see where this is going. 1 of 11
    10 Lessons for kids from Sofia the First as seen on Babble's Disney Voices
  • Lesson 1: You can do anything. 2 of 11
    MINIMUS, PRINCESS SOFIA
  • Lesson 2: You can be anything. 3 of 11
    07-
  • Lesson 3: Family rules. 4 of 11
    PRINCESS AMBER, PRINCESS SOFIA, PRINCE JAMES
  • Lesson 4: Don’t be afraid to stand up for what you believe is right. 5 of 11
    04-
  • Lesson 5: Don’t judge a book by its cover. 6 of 11
    TROLLS, PRINCESS SOFIA
  • Lesson 6: There is joy in giving. 7 of 11
    05-
  • Lesson 7: Always lend a helping hand. 8 of 11
    09-
  • Lesson 8: Accept others as they are. 9 of 11
    10-
  • Lesson 9: Always try to be honest. 10 of 11
    11-
  • Lesson 10: Don’t be afraid to ask for help. 11 of 11
    CINDERELLA, SOFIA

Photo credits: Disney Junior

Photo edits: All me.

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