While we can't jump into the screen to hang out with our favorite characters, there is a way to bring the magic of Disney to your kitchen table. You can make these Disney recipes, inspired by classic films, any day of the week. (We recommend pairing them with a viewing!)
Wrong! Wrong! So wrong! I can even add to this list: Hercules, Lady and the Tramp, Tarzan, The Emperor's New Groove, and Meet the Robinsons. On the Disney/Pixar side: Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, and Brave.
Battleship! Just when you thought it was safe.... Take advantage of the popular movie out in DVD and get your students to practice using coordinates just as the heros must in the movie. A whole new approach for the kids to use -instead of calling out B2 or D5, they need to use longitude and latitude.
I would change Frozen to saying you can always rely on family, since there still is a love interest (two, actually, but one turned out to be the villan.) and say that Moana handles the fact that kids don't need a love interest to save them and that they can be strong by themselves.