The Best Movies for Kids

Are you needing some new idea for your next family movie night or for some kid-friendly entertainment options? Check out these movies below that the whole family will love. Some of these are old classic, movies based on books, and more.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (ages 4 and up) is a classic high-flying film featuring wishes coming true. It has some of the best classic music in children’s films.

Dumbo (ages 4 and up) has alluring charm and great music. This classic from the 1940s is a tale of a baby elephant with big ears that ends up teaching children the greatness of being unique.

The Looney Tunes Golden Collection (ages 4 and up) is perfect for Bugs Bunny fans that take delight in having endless laughs with good fun.

The Many Adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh (ages 2 and up) is filled with endless pursuits of getting pots of honey and learning the importance of friendship with their adventures.

 

 

The Black Stallion (ages 7 and up) has been noted to be one of the greatest children films ever made. This film features a unbreakable bond between a young boy and wild horse.

Chrysanthemum…and More Kevin Henkes Stories (ages 5 to 8) is an animate short series of mouse that is tenderhearted and teased because of her usual name.

Clifford Tries His Best and other Clifford films (ages 2 to 7) is about a big, friendly canine that has a personality larger than life itself. Filled with laughs and great adventures.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (ages 7 and up) a beloved series by J.K. Rowling featuring wizards in training.

Paddington Live Action (ages 6 and up) features a bear from picture books that travels London in search for a place to call home.

Brave (ages 8 and up) Meirda is a impetuous, but courageous daughter of a Scottish king and queen who wants to crave out her own path in life–along the way of her journey she discovers the true meaning of courage and undo a beastly curse before it’s too late.

 

Finding Nemo (ages 6 and up) is about a clown fish, Marlin, who is overly cautious with his son, Nemo, due to his shorten fin finds himself on an adventure rescuing his son caught up a diver. During the journey, Marlin encounters many foes and friends that helps him rescues his son, Nemo, from a dentist’s fish tank.

Frozen (ages 5 and up) features a kingdom becoming trapped in a never ending winter by the Snow Queen Elsa magical snow powers. Anna and Kristoff set off to break the icy spell and along the journey encounter mystical trolls, a comedic snowman, and magic at every turn.

Inside Out (ages 6 and up) this film focuses on the feelings living inside a 11 year old hockey-playing kid. It is both hysterical and heart-warming.

The Land Before Time (ages 5 to 12) follows the exciting adventures of Littlefoot and his friends.

Monsters, Inc. (ages 5 and up) features a scare factory in the monster world where Sullivan and Mike Wazowski  receive a visit from a tiny girl named Boo where no human has ever gone before. Children will love this movie as the “big, scary” monsters are actually afraid of the little kids. It’s filled with laughter and smiles.

If you are looking for some more kids and family movies, check out these top 100 at Rotten Tomatoes.

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