*Stay tuned! New 2022 recommendations are coming soon!*
We are always on the hunt for media that reflects our values and is educational and fun for the kids. Below are some movies that will be playing at our house in the coming weeks! Before you jump into our list, did you know that Focus on the Family has a website called Plugged In with media reviews from a Christian perspective? Be sure to follow us on Instagram for more family holiday fun! What are you playing on repeat at your house?
Christmas Movies for Kids:
The Snowy Day - Follow Peter’s journey to his grandmother’s on Christmas eve, complete with lessons about family, friendship and overcoming disappointment.
Give a Mouse a Christmas Cookie Special – a story about friendship with a curious mouse and his human bestie.
Adventures in Odyssey: Electric Christmas – a Christmas lights competition gone awry teaches lessons about responsibility, charity, and the true meaning of Christmas.
Boz: A WowieBOZowee Christmas – Preschoolers will enjoy Boz’s upbeat attitude, family values, and catchy songs.
Veggie Tales Little Drummer Boy – A story about friendship and overcoming misunderstandings.
LC Lifekids “Jesus is Born” – A nativity telling and interactive Bible adventure for young children.
Frosty the Snowman – The classic tale of the snowman come to life.
The Snowman - Without narration or words, music accompanies the story of a boy who builds a snowman that then comes to life.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas – Original Cartoon – The classic story of a grumpy grinch who after scheming to stop Christmas eventually has a change of heart.
Wild Kratts: A Creature Christmas – Young children learn animal facts while watching the Kratt Brothers fight opportunistic villains who threaten wildlife.
Disney Nature: Penguins – a penguin love story documentary that follows two penguins as they raise a family in the beautiful and sometimes dangerous Antarctic.
Art for Kids Hub – how to draw the Nativity
Step by step drawing instructions for kids of all ages.
We want to know- what’s playing at your house?