Finding Dory is here! Since I saw Finding Nemo when my now 17-year-old was little, I’d say we’ve waited long enough for a sequel. The show opened in theaters everywhere on June 17th but my children and I were privileged to see it last week in a pre-screening.
If you haven’t run to the theaters to see it yet, here’s the scoop:
- The animation is amazing! Disney•Pixar does not disappoint.
- The story line is family-focused and features themes of family, loyalty and friendship and perseverance and of course has an overarching message about protecting the environment.
- I think I like this one even more than Nemo.
You can read my full review of Finding Dory <– here.
Before or after you go see the movie – either one is the perfect time to download and enjoy the Finding Dory Coloring Pages, Finding Dory Activity Pack, Finding Dory Educators Guide, and of course the Finding Dory Dot-to-Dot pages. Combining the activities and crafts, full-color printable games, and the coloring sheets and dot-to-dot pages would make an awesome Finding Dory birthday party!
The Finding Dory dot-to-dot pages include Dory, Hank, Bailey, Destiny, and the Otters. Two of my kids mentioned the various otter scenes as favorite parts of the movie!