Introduction:These five Christmas movie classics are perfect for kids! They tell entertaining, inspiring, and even educational stories and they are just plain fun to watch every year. So please, enjoy the top five Christmas movie classics for kids.
This is the story of Rudolph, the sweet reindeer who was born with a red nose, and his quest to find a place to fit in. Who knew that fitting in isn't really where it's at though? In his quest, Rudolph discovers that being different is much better than just fitting in with everyone else. What a great message to teach our children.
This movie is the entertaining story of Frosty the Snowman, who came to life with the help of a magic hat. The friendship that develops between him and a young girl, as they try to avoid a magician after Frosty's hat, is truly beautiful. Plus, watch it, and you can sing along to the song!
"Dr. Suess's: How the Grinch Stole Christmas" is a classic Christmas movie that is inspiring, fun, educational, and entertaining all at once. It is the story of the Grinch (a creature who hates Christmas) and his quest to stop Christmas from happening. But what it really is, is a timeless tale that not only reminds us of what's truly important in life, and at Christmsd, but also reminds us to evaluate our behavior towards others. (Another great bonus? The Grinch has a super cute dog who offers some of the movie's funniest moments.)
Based on the classic story by Charles Dickens, "Mickey's Christmas Carol" follows Ebenezer Scrooge as he is visited by three spirits on Christmas Eve. Mickey doesn't play Scrooge, but is instead the most loveable Bob Cratchit ever! Kids will love this wonderful story as it is played out by some of their favorite Disney characters, including Goofy as Jacob Marley, Jiminy Cricket as the Ghost of Christmas Past, Daisy Duck as Belle, and Scrooge McDuck as Ebenezer Scrooge himself.
Mrs. Clause tells this story of the year that Santa got sick and decided that no one cared if he went on with Christmas or not. The best part of this movie? Any part that includes the Heat Miser and the Snow Miser. Made in a similar style to that of "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," "The Year Without a Santa Claus" is enjoyable to watch, and engaging, even for the VERY little ones.
These great Christmas classics for kids can be enjoyed year round, but they are definitely best during the holiday season. I hope you all enjoy watching some (or all) of these great classics with your kids (or maybe just with that kid that lives inside you) this Christmas season. Other great classic Christmas movies that didn't quite make the list include "The Muppet Christmas Carol," "A Miser Brothers Christmas," and "A Garfield Christmas Special." (Oh... and "A Claymation Christmas Celebration," which is technically a TV special.)
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