I love Christmas time! There is nothing like cuddling with my little ones on a cold evening, drinking hot chocolate and watching meaningful Christmas movies together.
Over the years, I have found some that I absolutely love and others that the children really love, but either way, it is a good thing to take time to share about Christmas on their level in a visual way.
Here is a list of meaningful Christmas movies for little ones that you may enjoy as well:
Why Do We Call it Christmas is a story about the traditions that have been connected to Christmas, by Phil Vister, creator of Veggie Tales.
Jacob’s Gift is a story about a boy named Jacob who lived during the times of Jesus’ birth and actually crafts the manger that the Messiah will be laid in after His birth.
Crippled Lamb is about a lamb who doesn’t think he belongs, but will find that everyone has a special place in the world.
Alabaster’s Song is an adorable story of a how a little boy travels back in time with an angel to visit Bethlehem when Jesus was born.
The Christmas Story Keepers is a story taken place during the time of Nero, when Christians were being persecuted for their faith. This is the story of how the birth of Christ was protected and kept for others to hear.
The King is Born Interactive DVD is one of my favorite Biblical story of the birth of Jesus. The animation is superior and the story is based completely on the Biblical accounts.
VeggieTales: The Little Drummer Boy is about a drummer boy who stumbles upon the nativity and learns the meaning of Christmas.
Veggie Tales The Star of Christmas (DVD) is a story about a town’s Christmas play and a stole star, when a lesson is learned about the meaning of Christmas.
Red Boots For Christmas is about a German shoemaker who learns about the meaning of Christmas by a visiting angel.
The Very First Noel is a story of the wise men following the Christmas star to the place of the Messiah.