We love the magic that our Elf on the Shelf brings to our family but sometimes we are at a loss of how he should tell us to celebrate the Christmas season. (You see, our elf gives us something to do to celebrate Christmas everyday). One of our favorite Elf on the Shelf activities is to watch a Christmas movie as a family.
It works well because of a few reason:
- It’s easy. Turn on Netflix and DONE.
- Evan loves popcorn so anytime we can have a family movie night with popcorn is a HUGE win in his books.
- There are many, many Christmas movies so this activity can reappear for multiple days in the Elf on the Shelf season.
So pop a big bowl of popcorn, make the hot cocoa and sit down to enjoy some of these family-friendly holiday classics available on Netflix.
Christmas Movies from Netflix
George and The Man In The Yellow Hat are having a merry time counting down to Christmas. But neither can decide what to give each other. Will they find the answers before Christmas morning?
Madagascar goes wild with holiday spirit in this set of Valentine’s Day and Christmas-themed tales featuring everyone’s favorite animal characters.
After accidentally breaking the special candy cane which guides Santa Claus to Ponyville, Minty heads to the North Pole to set things right.
In this prequel to Disney’s holiday hit Santa Buddies, it’s up to puppy Paws to save the spirit of Christmas when Santa’s memory fades.
Robo Knight learns the meaning of Christmas from a group of children when he is mistaken for a donated Christmas toy and is shipped to a foreign land.
The Samurai Rangers get stuck in the Megazord’s cockpit on Christmas Eve when it breaks down. Can the Rangers get out in time for Christmas?
On Christmas Eve, as the teens at Shiba House reflect on their first year together, they get an unexpected lesson on the true spirit of the holidays.
The Grinch decides to rob Whoville of Christmas — but a dash of kindness from little Cindy Lou Who and her family may be enough to melt his heart.
At Santa Claus’s super-secret toy-making facility, Mr. Claus entrusts his son, Arthur, to carry out an ultra-important Christmas mission.