The Best Christmas Movies Recommended for Kids
It’s this time of the year, Christmas has come. Most families like to watch Christmas movies to put them in the spirit of Christmas, this list of movies will have your kids excited and lift their spirits, and you might enjoy them to.
A Christmas Carol
This Movie is absolutely one of the most popular ones during the Christmas time. Jim Carrey also starts in this movie and he definitely kills it. A promise that you will enjoy this move with your family, just buy the DVD and gather your family around you and enjoy.
This 1954 musical is yet another true holiday classic. Starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and Rosemary Clooney, and featuring the Irving Berlin song “White Christmas,” the movie focuses on a song-and-dance team (Crosby and Kaye) who team up with a sister act (Clooney and Vera-Ellen) to help save the failing Vermont ski lodge. Lots of singing and dancing may get the kids choreographing their own show by the end!
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
If you haven’t seen this movie yet, you should. This 1966 animated version of Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a line-by-line reading by Boris Karloff of the classic children’s tale, it is also fun and entertaining because of Jim Carrey’s performance, he is absolutely spectacular in it. Fans of the book will enjoy seeing the Grinch in motion as he attempts to stop Christmas from coming.
This definitely another fun Christmas movie, if your kids are fans of the muppets, then this is certainly the one for them. The Muppet adaptation of the classic story is fun, sweet, and definitely appropriate for the whole family. Join Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, and all the hilarious Muppets in this merry, magical Christmas movie.
Sesame Street – Christmas Eve on Sesame Street
You probably watched this movie when you were a child with your siblings and this is not one of the movies you wonder why you liked it in the first place when you watch it again. Broadway actors Tim Curry and Kristen Chenoweth lend their voices to this charming adaptation that finds the perennially cranky Oscar the Grouch visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future.