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Cinderella

Cinderella

Once upon a time, in a land far away,
There lived a kind girl, named Cinderella they say.
She worked as a servant, day and night,
But she dreamed of a life filled with delight. Her stepmother and stepsisters were cruel,
They made her do chores, like some kind of tool.
But Cinderella remained honest and true,
Her heart filled with kindness, through and through.
Once upon a time, in a land far away, There lived a kind girl, named Cinderella they say. She worked as a servant, day and night, But she dreamed of a life filled with delight. Her stepmother and stepsisters were cruel, They made her do chores, like some kind of tool. But Cinderella remained honest and true, Her heart filled with kindness, through and through.
One day, an invitation arrived for a ball,
But the stepmother said, "You're too small!"
With tears in her eyes, Cinderella obeyed,
But a fairy godmother soon came to her aid. With a flick of her wand and a touch of her grace,
She turned Cinderella's rags into a beautiful lace.
A pumpkin transformed into a magical carriage,
And off she went, leaving the cruel world behind in marriage.
One day, an invitation arrived for a ball, But the stepmother said, "You're too small!" With tears in her eyes, Cinderella obeyed, But a fairy godmother soon came to her aid. With a flick of her wand and a touch of her grace, She turned Cinderella's rags into a beautiful lace. A pumpkin transformed into a magical carriage, And off she went, leaving the cruel world behind in marriage.
Arriving at the grand ball, she danced with the prince,
But the clock struck midnight, she had to convince
She rushed out, leaving one glass slipper behind,
Hopeful the prince would find her, true love he would find. Meanwhile, the prince searched high and low,
Trying the slipper on every girl in the show.
But the stepmother tried to deceive and cheat,
By hiding her daughters' feet.
Arriving at the grand ball, she danced with the prince, But the clock struck midnight, she had to convince She rushed out, leaving one glass slipper behind, Hopeful the prince would find her, true love he would find. Meanwhile, the prince searched high and low, Trying the slipper on every girl in the show. But the stepmother tried to deceive and cheat, By hiding her daughters' feet.
Cinderella, honest and pure as can be,
Couldn't hide the truth or pretend it was she.
She showed them the slipper, and her delicate feet,
Proving to the prince, her honesty and complete. The slipper fit perfectly, and with joy,
Both Cinderella and the prince embraced, oh boy!
They lived happily ever after, you see,
Because honesty and love set them both free.
Cinderella, honest and pure as can be, Couldn't hide the truth or pretend it was she. She showed them the slipper, and her delicate feet, Proving to the prince, her honesty and complete. The slipper fit perfectly, and with joy, Both Cinderella and the prince embraced, oh boy! They lived happily ever after, you see, Because honesty and love set them both free.
So remember dear children, always be true,
Like Cinderella, honesty will see you through.
And just like her, you'll find your own way,
To a beautiful future, where you'll dance and play.
So remember dear children, always be true, Like Cinderella, honesty will see you through. And just like her, you'll find your own way, To a beautiful future, where you'll dance and play.

Reflection Questions

  • How did Cinderella's stepmother and stepsisters treat her?
  • Who came to Cinderella's aid?
  • What values did Cinderella demonstrate throughout the story?

Once upon a time, in a land far away, There lived a kind girl, named Cinderella they say. She worked as a servant, day and night, But she dreamed of a life filled with delight. Her stepmother and stepsisters were cruel, They made her do chores, like some kind of tool. But Cinderella remained honest and true, Her heart filled with kindness, through and through.

Once upon a time, in a land far away,
There lived a kind girl, named Cinderella they say.
She worked as a servant, day and night,
But she dreamed of a life filled with delight. Her stepmother and stepsisters were cruel,
They made her do chores, like some kind of tool.
But Cinderella remained honest and true,
Her heart filled with kindness, through and through.

One day, an invitation arrived for a ball, But the stepmother said, "You're too small!" With tears in her eyes, Cinderella obeyed, But a fairy godmother soon came to her aid. With a flick of her wand and a touch of her grace, She turned Cinderella's rags into a beautiful lace. A pumpkin transformed into a magical carriage, And off she went, leaving the cruel world behind in marriage.

One day, an invitation arrived for a ball,
But the stepmother said, "You're too small!"
With tears in her eyes, Cinderella obeyed,
But a fairy godmother soon came to her aid. With a flick of her wand and a touch of her grace,
She turned Cinderella's rags into a beautiful lace.
A pumpkin transformed into a magical carriage,
And off she went, leaving the cruel world behind in marriage.

Arriving at the grand ball, she danced with the prince, But the clock struck midnight, she had to convince She rushed out, leaving one glass slipper behind, Hopeful the prince would find her, true love he would find. Meanwhile, the prince searched high and low, Trying the slipper on every girl in the show. But the stepmother tried to deceive and cheat, By hiding her daughters' feet.

Arriving at the grand ball, she danced with the prince,
But the clock struck midnight, she had to convince
She rushed out, leaving one glass slipper behind,
Hopeful the prince would find her, true love he would find. Meanwhile, the prince searched high and low,
Trying the slipper on every girl in the show.
But the stepmother tried to deceive and cheat,
By hiding her daughters' feet.

Cinderella, honest and pure as can be, Couldn't hide the truth or pretend it was she. She showed them the slipper, and her delicate feet, Proving to the prince, her honesty and complete. The slipper fit perfectly, and with joy, Both Cinderella and the prince embraced, oh boy! They lived happily ever after, you see, Because honesty and love set them both free.

Cinderella, honest and pure as can be,
Couldn't hide the truth or pretend it was she.
She showed them the slipper, and her delicate feet,
Proving to the prince, her honesty and complete. The slipper fit perfectly, and with joy,
Both Cinderella and the prince embraced, oh boy!
They lived happily ever after, you see,
Because honesty and love set them both free.

So remember dear children, always be true, Like Cinderella, honesty will see you through. And just like her, you'll find your own way, To a beautiful future, where you'll dance and play.

So remember dear children, always be true,
Like Cinderella, honesty will see you through.
And just like her, you'll find your own way,
To a beautiful future, where you'll dance and play.

Reflection Questions

  • How did Cinderella's stepmother and stepsisters treat her?
  • Who came to Cinderella's aid?
  • What values did Cinderella demonstrate throughout the story?