10 Christmas Movies That Can Make For A Pretty Fun Family Night

Date November 7, 2017

Are family nights a thing in your home? Then we bet you are looking forward to laughing and maybe even crying with your kiddos while watching awesome Christmas movies.

There is a wide range of movie options for parents to choose from. You can take the opportunity to reconnect to your childhood while giving your kids a chance to love a movie you once loved by choosing some great oldies. Or you can get adventurous and choose something more recent. The whole point is to have fun and create memories this Christmas.

So, let's get started. Here are 10 fun, wholesome movies you may want to kick back and watch with the fam.

1. Arthur Christmas

This is a story about Mr and Mrs Claus' son, Arthur, who is very helpful during Christmas time.

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2. The Polar Express

A story about a young boy who visits the North Pole and has the best adventures.

3. Home Alone

The perfect way to introduce your kids to a real classic. Even though it's been over 20 years since it was released, this story about Kevin McCallister's adventures is still pretty fun to watch. You get to see him set booby traps to catch two burglars who invaded his home after his family accidentally left him at home alone.

4. The Muppet Christmas Carol

Give your toddler a chance to witness Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy and their many funny friends in this wholesome and magical film.

5. Miracle on 34th Street

Six-year-old Susan's belief and faith in Santa is restored after meeting one at a department store who managed to convince her he is real.

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6. Elf

Will Ferrell stars in this movie about Buddy who finds out he is not actually an elf and finds his way to his family.

7. Dr Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Another oldie but a goodie. A story about the Grinch who learned the meaning of Christmas.

8. Fred Claus

Give your family a chance to meet Fred, Santa's mean brother. But they both end up having to save Christmas after the news that the North Pole could be shut down.

9. A Christmas Story

Introduce your children to 9-year-old Ralphie Parker who tries everything possible to get the ultimate Christmas present.

10. It's A Wonderful Life

An angel helps George Bailey learn that life is much more than owning material things.

Christmas is a time to be with family and do whatever it is that gives everyone the chance to bond and spend time together. Choose a couple of these movies and have movie nights that gives your family a truly fantastic experience.

Source: PopSugar