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If you have younger kids, there's a lot of Christmas movies on iTunes with all of your kids' favorite characters like Barney, Mickey, and Barbie.
When a huge snowstorm leaves everyone stranded, Mickey and all of his guests at The House Of Mouse, including Pooh, Belle, Snow White, Cinderella, Ariel and many more of his old and new friends, break out the cookies and hot chocolate to help Donald mend his tattered Christmas spirit.
Santa Claus joins Mickey, Minnie, and all their pals in an original movie about discovering the true joys of Christmas. Watch the hilarious antics of stubborn old Donald as he tries in vain to resist the joy of the season, and laugh along with Mickey and Pluto as they learn a great lesson about the power of friendship.
Curious George and The Man with The Yellow Hat are having a very merry time counting down the days until Christmas. There’s only one puzzle: neither of them can figure out what to give the other for a present. The Man is having trouble reading George’s wish list and George doesn’t have a clue about what to get for The Man who has everything. Will they be able to find the answers before Christmas morning?
The classic Dickens' tale A Christmas Carol gets a Barbie makeover in this animated holiday program about the evils of selfishness. Barbie in A Christmas Carol is a powerful program that encourages the virtues of caring and compassion in children ages three and older.
How about Elf with Will Ferrell? Elf is a Christmas comedy about a boy who was mistakenly brought to the North Pole in Santa Clause's bag. When he returned to his home in New York, he discovered that Christmas was losing its influence and decided to help revive the Christmas spirit around the world. It's hilariously funny and is perfect for getting you and your kids in the holiday spirit.
Every Christmas I always watch Home Alone with the kids, it never seems to get old. The kid in the movie, 8-year-old Kevin (Macaulay Culkin) is really clever and outwits the burglars with hilarious booby traps, it's pure genius. There are so many good lessons hidden within this movie for kids to learn from. None of the sequels can top the original.
Hmm, the first movie that comes to mind is the Christmas Story--probably cuz it's one of the most famous Christmas movies of all time. 9-year-old Ralphie Parker is obsessed with getting a Red Ryder BB gun for Christmas, much to his parents' dismay. I usually sit through the entire movie just to hear the classic quote 'You'll shoot your eye out!!'. Perfect for kids!
I think the Polar Express is the perfect Christmas movie for kids. If your kids ever wondered what the North Pole looked like, they can hop aboard the Polar Express and escape there for an hour or so. This movie is beautifully animated and wonderfully acted by Tom Hanks.
My kids enjoyed watching Fred Claus. It's a modern, funny twist on the classic story of Santa Claus.
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