The Christmas season is officially here and it’s time to enjoy some family time with these Christmas movies for kids. Sit on the couch with some popcorn and hot chocolate and watch a family movie together on a cold winter day. These latest releases by Netflix are funny, enjoyable for old and young and very christmassy to get you in the spirit of the season.
Christmas movies coming to Netflix in November 2020
This movie is our top movie recommendation for Christmas 2020. Madalen’s grandfather is the famous toymaker, Jeronicus Jangle. When Madalen finds out his magical toy creations were stolen, she sets out to make things right for her family. This film is full of magic and wonder and is guaranteed to get you in the Christmas spirit. With original songs by artists such as John Legend and Usher, your kids are guaranteed to sing these songs for the entire month.
Age recommendation: 5+
Coming new to Netflix this November is the sequel to The Christmas Chronicles. Kate finds herself in a new family situation when her mum decides for the family to spend Christmas with her new partner and their son Jack. Suddenly, her and Jack get thrown into the middle of an adventure when they find themselves on the North Pole. However, a mischievous force threatens to destroy the North Pole and Kate has to help Santa Claus once more to save Christmas. This movie is full of good laughs and action, recommended for primary school aged children.
Age recommendation: 7+
Christmas movies coming to Netflix in December 2020
Part 2 of Angela’s Christmas is a feel-good animated movie for young children. Angela’s father is working in Australia and her biggest wish is for her family to be together for Christmas. This Irish-Canadian movie production comes just in time, when this year Christmas is going to be a different experience for many families due to the impact of COVID. It is a very good movie that sends a positive message about things getting better and the strength of family bonds.
Age recommendation: 4 – 9
A new family comedy to enjoy with your young teens. Jorge, who does not like Christmas, takes a fall one Christmas Eve. When he wakes he realises an entire year has passed and he cannot remember anything that happened. The next morning, it is Christmas Eve again just one year later. This happens over and over again and Jorge has to live with the repercussions of what happened throughout the entire year without knowing what to expect each morning he wakes up. The concept is similar to Click with Adam Sandler and has plenty of funny moments.
Age recommendation: 10+
If you are looking for some more family movies to watch, we have an entire list of the best family movies on Netflix. After all, it is that time of the year where the best activity you can do is to snuggle on the couch and enjoy a few delicious mince pies.