I am a big fan of using this movie for English camps. Like "Castaway" for adult ESL, a large portion of the movie has no dialogue. This allows the kids to feel like they're watching a real English movie without feeling as overwhelmed by the content and vocabulary.
Wall-E is also great for young and older kids. You can plan themes each day about making a perfect robot, what life in the future is like, environmental issues and storytime (writing a sequel to the movie).
Attached are my notes for each day of a 5-day camp and my workbook (which has sometimes borrowed material from other teachers). It's meant to fill about two 40-min sessions. I usually have three 40-min sessions, so I use the last session for English games (circle drills, English jenga, Marco Polo, etc).
Here's how I recommend breaking down the movie into 4-days:
Day one - play 28.5 min - ending when Wall-E gives Eve the plant and she shuts down.
Day two - play 22.5 min - ending when the captain asks the computer about Earth.
Day three - play 21 min - ending when the ship is taken over and Wall-E/Eve are dumped in the trash.
Day four - play the rest of the movie
Hope this helps!