Cinderella is the perfect example to never give up on your dreams. Even though she was mistreated by her stepmother and two sisters and used as a maid, Cinderella managed to fulfill her dreams. She married the prince and showed everyone that not everything is earned through manipulation and fancy clothes. Also, she thought us that personality is what counts the most, as well as staying true to who you are and never pretending to be someone you aren't.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
From Snow White, we learned not to trust people easily and not to be obsessed with material things nor being best in everything. In this story, the stepmother of Snow white wants her dead because of her beauty. After many unsuccessful attempts, Snow White succeeds to hold her breath long enough for the kiss from the prince. The effect of the poisoned apple from her stepmother was overpowered by true love's kiss.
Beauty and the Beast
The story of the Beauty and the Beast thought us that we should always be modest in life, to earn things ourselves and that the first impressions we get about people are almost never true. This is the case with Belle’s story. She first thought that the Beast had her prince locked in one of the rooms, but as she spends more time living with him in the castle, she realizes that she is in love with him. At the end, Belle brings the beast back to life by shedding tears over his half-dead body, lifting the curse. The woman he didn't allow to enter his castle turned him into the prince he once was.
The Lion King
The Lion King is one of the best Disney animated movies and it has more messages for the audience. The most important messages are that we should never pretend to be something we are not, always to be responsible and not to worry about the things we cannot change. The biggest message that the Lion King sends is that we should always listen to our parents and the advices they give us, because they always want what is best for us. This is shown when Simba goes against his dad’s wishes and gets in trouble with the hyenas.