Hei hei Disney movie fans! Swim into an ocean of fun with these free printable Moana coloring pages and activity sheets.
With fun ideas like this, the cries of “I’m bored” will sail away and peaceful island vibes will be the focus.
Where to Watch Moana
If you haven’t already seen the movie, Moana is a really fun and light-hearted movie that everyone in the family will love. It’s available on Disney Plus, but it’s also available to own on DVD and BluRay.
What is Moana about?
Released on November 23, 1996, this Disney film tells the story of Moana, the strong-willed daughter of a chief of a Polynesian village.
When their island begins to be destroyed, Moana sets sail in a daring mission to save her people. Along the way, she meets Maui, a mighty & legendary demigod.
Together the sails across the ocean on a fun-filled, action-packed voyage to restore a very special relic to Te Fiti.
The Music of Moana
Moana’s soundtrack is one of our family favorites. To be honest, anything Lin Manuel Miranda writes is a big deal in our house.
The music is upbeat and catchy. Just try not to sing “You’re Welcome” for days! Who knew Dwayne Johnson could sing?
Free Printable Moana Coloring Pages
Pull out the crayons and colored pencils, and enjoy some creative time with these three Moana coloring sheets. Explore your artistic side!
Free Moana Coloring Pages download here
Moana Activity Pages
These Moana activity pages are some of my favorite things about Disney. They put out amazing resources to use to make magical memories and learn through Disney characters and movies.
If you have a resistant learner or it’s summer and the kids don’t want to “do school” learning with some of their favorite Disney friends like Moana, Maui, Pua, and even Heihei
Disney’s Moana Activity Packet
Eighteen pages of creative activities including storytelling, making a manta ray, a turtle beach seek and find, and engineering your own sea vessel.
Download the free printable Moana activity packet here
Moana Educator’s Guide
The Moana Educator’s guide includes 40 pages with lessons about the sea, reading excerpts with reading guides, sounds waves, and so many interesting things. The lessons are designed for 2nd-6th grade.
Get the Educator’s Guide for Moana here
“I am Moana of Motunui. You will board my boat, sail across the sea, and restore the heart of Te Fiti.”
“Okay, first, I’m not a princess, I’m the daughter of the chief.”
“Sometimes our strengths lie beneath the surface … Far beneath, in some cases.”
“There’s a whole ocean!”
Maui has a lot of funny one-liners in this movie. His personality is as big as his unruly hair! As Moana proves that she is strong and reliable, he softens a bit and has some great lines.
“Hero of men. It’s actually ‘Maui, shapeshifter, Demigod of the wind and sea, hero of men.’ I interrupted, from the top—hero of men. Go.”
“It’s called wayfinding, princess. It’s not just sails and knots, it’s seeing where you’re going in your mind. Knowing where you are by knowing where you’ve been.”
“If you wear a dress and have an animal sidekick, you’re a princess.”
“I’ve got your back, chosen one. Go save the world.”
“Listen. For a thousand years, I’ve only been thinking about keepin’ this hair silky, getting my hook, and being awesome, again.”
“When you use a bird to write with, it’s called tweeting.”
Gramma Tala is such a cool character. She listens and is tune with not only her granddaughter but the island and ocean.
“I’m the village crazy lady—that’s my job.”
“Whatever just happened … Blame it on the pig.”
“I’m his mom, I don’t have to tell him anything.”
“There is nowhere you could go that I won’t be with you.”
One thing is for sure when Moana is involved, there’s a lot of interesting ocean fun, laughs, and even a few really great talking points.