What’s better than on a cold evening, snuggling up on the sofa with your little ones and watching a film? Sometimes it’s hard to know what to pick, so I’ve made a list of films you won’t want to miss out on!
These films seem to hold my toddlers attention throughout the whole film, great if you need to get other things done. I’ve also noticed that toddlers like to watch the same films over and over, not sure why exactly but I think they like to learn the story and they love all the songs!
Grab some popcorn and hot chocolate and snuggle up on the sofa together for these films. I’ve picked these for toddlers and children under 6 as it can be hard to get them to sit through a whole film. I’ve also picked these for the parents too as they probably are not ones you watch all the time, and are not ones your sick of watching!
There’s some really great films in this list, and some even I haven’t got around to watching yet.
What films do you love watching this time of year, is there any you would add to this list?
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