Top 9 Movies to See With Your Child
Seeing feel good family movies with one’s family is an experience that is cherished by children. They absolutely love watching movies with animation, animals and of course, a happy ending. The story must be touching and funny at the same time. All in all, movies which have a strong family theme should be seen with children so that they have fun as well as learn morals and lessons too.
1. Lion King
The very first movie which you should see with your kid when he or she is in the toddler stage should be this Disney classic. It has all the necessary ingredients of a super kids entertainer be it, drama, family bonding, comedy, friendship, love or nicely done animation.
2. Homeward Bound
Homeward Bound is the story of a family that loses its pets, two dogs and one cat. The crux of the story is made up by the heart touching story of the cross country journey of these animals to reunite with their masters. Make sure you catch up with the sequel too.
3. The Incredibles
Disney is obviously the first choice for kids' movies and one of the best of the lot is The Incredibles for it aptly shows the strength that family bonds hold. Children will learn how much families matter while enjoying the animated antics of this superhero family.
4. The Parent Trap
The original 1961 movie is a treat to the senses for adults as well as children. It narrates the sweet, comical and adventurous story of twin girls who don't want their parents getting divorced.
5. Mary Poppins
An incredible nanny with superpowers who also creates musicals and makes children dance to her songs is precisely what Mary Poppins is all about. She makes bored kids dance with happiness and children are bound to love this sweet musical extravaganza.
6. Honey I shrunk the kids
Your kids will be rolling with laughter after seeing the hilarious antics of an eccentric scientist and his family, consisting of an adorable dog, after he accidentally shrinks them. This is a must watch, mainly for its unique theme.
7. Finding Nemo
This movie beautifully depicts the loving bond that a parent shares with his child. After seeing this touching film about a lost clown fish’s adventurous journey to reunite with his dad, your child will surely come up to you and give you a loving hug.
8. Home Alone series
If a child hasn't seen Home Alone while in his or her growing years, then he or she has missed out on terrific fun. It's every child's fantasy to be left alone without the supervision of parents and explore the house. So kids will be able to connect with child artist McCaulay Culkin's crazy antics as he enjoys his time alone and also emerges a hero while doing so.