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10 Christmas Movies You Can Watch with the Kids

Holiday time is family time, and one keen way to enjoy it is with these 10 Christmas movies you can watch with the kids.


10 Christmas Movies You Can Watch with the Kids

Thursday, December 14, 2017


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Elves are supposed to be really small, right? Not the one in this movie. He’s a human-sized elf who ends up wreaking havoc on the North Pole before he’s sent to the U.S. to find out who he really is.

Polar Express

Take a rollicking train ride to the North Pole with our young hero, who learns a slew of lessons along the way. Tom Hanks voices six characters in this one, including the young hero boy, Scrooge, and Santa Claus himself.

Arthur Christmas

Santa's clumsy son Arthur has less than two hours to find a lost gift that was meant for a little girl.

Miracle on 34th Street

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Whether you go for the original from 1947 or the remake from 1994, the tale remains timeless. A lawyer is out to prove a nice old man who claims to be Santa really is Mr. Claus.

Prep & Landing

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Prep and Landing refers to Santa's elite unit of elves, and you’ll three TV shorts in the series. Any one of the Prep & Landing adventures is primed to give you and your kids a big kick.

Shrek the Halls

If your kids love Shrek and his pals, they'll love the take the Shrek crew has on Christmas traditions.

The Santa Clause

Tim Allen stars as a man who does the unthinkable on Christmas Eve: he accidentally kills Santa. And now he has to take Santa's place.

A Christmas Carol

This 2009 animated take on the Charles Dickens’ classic is particularly memorable, thanks to Jim Carrey voicing Scrooge and the three Christmas ghosts.

The Nightmare before Christmas

Halloween is awesome. Christmas is fab. But the two don’t always mesh. The Halloween Town king finds this out when he tries to bring Christmas into his home.

Home Alone

Macualay Culkin is a trouble-making kid accidentally left home during Christmas vacation when two bumbling burglars strike.

Start popping the popcorn and break out the candy canes, as this list ensures you and your kids’ Christmas movie agenda is set for the whole season.