Best Christmas DVDs for 5 year old?

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jamtoast12 Tue 13-Aug-13 10:24:07

You can't beat barbie a perfect christmas. It's fab and dds aged 7&5 love it and have watched it loads!!, I even got them the cd as the music is great!

mmmmmchocolate Mon 12-Aug-13 20:58:43

The snowman and the snowdog will be out for this christmas so I am the children are excited for that!

I We love the snowman too, I love the polar express but DD 5 finds it a bit scary as she's very sensitive. She like Christmas with the Kranks too as that has some quite funny parts- similar to Home Alone in style.

I found quite a few titles in the pound shop last year that held their attention. Have a look for Rudolph the red nosed reindeer that's quite a sweet little film for that age.

The Gruffalo?
The Gruffalos Child?

Barney (the big purple and green dinosaur) Christmas Star/Night Before Christmas My DC used to love this blush

helenlouisey Mon 12-Aug-13 20:32:12

Thank you all smile

Kelly281 Sun 11-Aug-13 21:27:32

I'd second Arthur Christmas, it's really good. The Tim Allen Santa Claus movies are also worth a look.

hippoherostandinghere Sun 11-Aug-13 19:12:39

Not sure if they'd be too young or not but my DS 4 loves mickeys once upon a Christmas and twice upon a Christmas.

DesperatelySeekingSedatives Sun 11-Aug-13 17:52:06

The Grinch,
The Santa Clause
Santa Claus the movie (if you're feeling brave- its so shit its unreal!)
Elf

In our house we love Elf, Fred Claus (although maybe a bit grown up!) and Arthur Christmas.

I got muppets christmas carol from play.com for £2.50 last week and I'm planning to get miracle on 34th street, hopefully that will be just as bargainous!!

helenlouisey Sun 11-Aug-13 16:48:18

My DS will be 5 this Xmas & DD 18 months old. My DS favourite DVds from last year were Polar Express, Home Alone & The Snowman. Just wondering if any of you had any suggestions for good ones for this year as thinking I may be able to get a few bargains on Xmas DVDs this time of year

Thanks x

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