Activity Sheets and Ideas to Throw an “Oz The Great and Powerful” Party

Disney’s “Oz The Great and Powerful” is released to theaters this Friday, March 8th.  If you’re planning on taking your family to see the film during opening weekend, why not turn a family movie night out into a Wonderful Wizard of Oz celebration?  In the article below you’ll find printable activity sheets to entertain the kids as well as inspirational ideas to throw the ultimate Oz party.


Glinda (Michelle Williams), center ©Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Walt Disney Studios shared this family fun kit with us.  Click on the links below to print out a cut out mask, maze, memory cards, and more.

Finley the Flying Monkey Mask

Oz the Great and Powerful Maze

Oz the Great and Powerful Memory Cards

Spot the Difference in the Land of Oz

Use the sheets to entertain the children while you’re waiting for “Oz The Great and Powerful” to begin, or use the activities for fun and games for an Oz inspired party.  For more party ideas, check out this article posted on BRIT + CO.  They have 15 different projects inspired by balloons, emeralds, and the yellow brick road to help you throw an “Oz The Great and Powerful Party” at home.


Oz cakes and light bulb balloons from BRIT + CO


Finally, to give you a little something to watch while you’re making your rainbow cupcakes and light bulb balloons, check out this video interview with Zach Braff ( voice of Finley the flying monkey) and Joey King (voice of China Girl) where they interview each other about “Oz The Great and Powerful.”

Are you looking forward to this weekend’s opening of “Oz The Great and Powerful?”  If you happen to make any of the cupcakes or DIY crafts, please come back, share photos, and let us know how it went.  Click here for all the news, images, and press materials we’ve shared for Disney’s “Oz The Great and Powerful,” and be sure to follow Adventures by Daddy on twitter and “like” our facebook page too for more family friendly entertainment news.

About Dave Parfitt

Married, father of two girls, and living in the heart of the Finger Lakes. I'm a runner with a PhD in neuroscience and a passion for travel.