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Christmas movies for class

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PepperSteaks Sat 16-Dec-17 16:00:20

Having a movie afternoon with my class on the last day of term. Which Christmas films would 7 year olds like? Failing that any recent releases that they might like?

Tinselistacky Sat 16-Dec-17 16:06:30

Ice Age Christmas one.

sirfredfredgeorge Sat 16-Dec-17 16:07:00

Gremlins, perfect.

It'll give them horrors, it'll tell them father christmas isn't real, and every parent will have stories to tell for years to come!

TheVicarOfNibbleswicke Sat 16-Dec-17 16:07:14

Arthur Christmas or the muppets Christmas carol!

wendz86 Sat 16-Dec-17 16:07:41

Elf , the polar express

QueenNovo Sat 16-Dec-17 16:10:15

Not a Christmas one but the Emoji movie is recently out on DVD and my 7 year old loves it FML.

Home Alone 1 and 2 are favourites here too if you want Christmassy.

1happyhippie Sat 16-Dec-17 16:12:38

Mine love elf, Santa Claus and the polar express.
I like the grinch but know a few kids who are scared of him! Or nativity, I think the first ones the best.

KindergartenKop Sat 16-Dec-17 16:14:27

Die hard

DuncanDonut Sat 16-Dec-17 16:14:46

Arthur Christmas is nice.

soupforbrains Sat 16-Dec-17 16:16:30

Another vote for Arthur Christmas here.

PelvicFloorClenchReminder Sat 16-Dec-17 16:18:50

The Charlie Brown Christmas special.

Or, indeed, Die Hard.

PepperSteaks Sat 16-Dec-17 16:23:27

Queen I was going to let them choose but was worried they would pick the emoji movie! Would a seven year old like elf? It’s PG.

YouCantBeSadHoldingACupcake Sat 16-Dec-17 16:33:47

Home alone, nativity or jingle all the way are my 7 year olds favourites (she also loves gremlins)

chocolateworshipper Sat 16-Dec-17 17:25:03

Polar Express or Nativity

fraggle84 Sat 16-Dec-17 17:26:10

Arthur Christmas

MongerTruffle Sat 16-Dec-17 17:28:16

Home Alone (1 or 2, don't bother with the other three)
Jingle All The Way
Deck the Halls
Arthur Christmas

thebookeatinggirl Sat 16-Dec-17 17:32:25

For a PG film, I think you need parental permission, so be a bit careful. Some schools ask for permission as part of blanket local visit/photography type bits at the beginning of each year. I'd check.

dizzygirl1 Sat 16-Dec-17 17:33:32

Arthur Christmas would be my choice personally! Love that film 😀

MongerTruffle Sat 16-Dec-17 17:37:26

For a PG film, I think you need parental permission
The BBFC says that a teacher can legally show a film of any age rating to any child, just as a parent can. Some schools do ask for it, even though they don't need to.

MongerTruffle Sat 16-Dec-17 17:37:38

it = permission

WhyOhWine Sat 16-Dec-17 17:38:39

Elf or nativity (first one only)

dawnc27 Sat 16-Dec-17 18:02:32

santa claus the movie. all time classic, and if you dont have it then its only £3 at asda grin

metalmum15 Sat 16-Dec-17 18:11:50

Gremlins is ace but the original 80s version is classed as a 12, lots of swearing for 7 year olds. I watched it at 9 and my kids have seen it, but may not be appropriate in class! I think Elf, Arthur Christmas or Nativity would be good choices.

SparklyUnicornPoo Sat 16-Dec-17 18:12:15

My class have really loved Beethoven's Christmas Adventure, I avoid really well known films because I have a few that never shut up feel they need to tell us what is about to happen.

wendz86 Sat 16-Dec-17 18:19:44

My 6 year old enjoys elf.

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