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by HappyAnt on


Family day has arrived, and it’s the best day of the year to spend time with your loved ones. In case you are looking for some good family day movies to watch with your kids, we have some ideas for you. We chose some of our personal favourites according to our team:).These movies cover a range of different topics, and each movie teaches a valuable lesson. Hopefully these ideas will help you out and we hope you find any of these intriguing. Grab that popcorn, cuddle up with your loved ones, and just enjoy!!! Happy Family Day!

1. The Croods

This movie will teach your kids the importance of family and sticking together throughout life no matter what. As this cavemen family of six faces different obstacles and challenges that life throws at them, they meet new people that may seem to separate this family, but as the days go on, they realize that family is number one in life. This movie includes a lot of funny scenes that will make your family laugh and brighten the mood in the room.

2. Mrs. Doubtfire

Want a good laugh? Watch this movie and you will definitely not regret it! Mrs. Doubtfire is all about divorce and separation within a family and how it can have an effect on the family. Daniel, a father of three, gets a divorce with his wife and ends up loosing custody of the kids. That doesn’t stop him though so he comes up with the idea to become the kids nanny by dressing up as a elderly woman. It’s a movie that will make you cry and laugh and will make you watch it again and again!

3. The Good Dinosaur

The Good Dinosaur is a movie that teaches that even Grief can be dealt with if you have a good heart. As Arlo’s father tragically gets washed away by a flood, Arlo blames his father’s death on a young cave kid named Spot. As Arlo finds himself miles away from home, he becomes closer with Spot with each experience they face together. This movie teaches that having a good heart and forgiving people is a good trait to have in life.

4. The Chronicles of Narnia

Have you ever hidden in a closet and ended up in a magical winter land? These four siblings have! As four siblings get sent away from home due to War, they make the most of the situation and decide to play a game of hide and seek. Soon, they find themselves in a land covered with snow…located in a closet of coats! As the four of them face different obstacles and meet new people who will try to take the family down, they learn to forgive. Narnia teaches kids that even betrayal, will not separate a family.

5. Coco

Coco, a movie that will teach you how to never forget about you roots. The story of a young boy named Miguel evolves as his love for music changes his life. Miguel soon finds himself in the land of the dead, as a living human. He strives to meet his idol, but instead unlocks the real story behind his family history as he meets Hector, a charming trickster. Coco will teach you all about the importance of family and to never forget your loved ones.

6. Moana

This one is definitely one of the inspirational ones! As a young girl from Hawaii makes her way out on the water in her boat , she is dedicated to save her people back home. Moana meets a demigod named Maui who comes along with her on her journey. The two of them have to go through difficult challenges that they have to overcome as a team. The movie Moana teaches kids about the importance of not giving up even in the hardest of times.

7. Sing

Lights, Curtains, Sing! As Buster Moon a Koala with big dreams, builds his dream theatre, he faces complications and unfortunately ends up standing on the ground where his theatre once was. Buster Moon does not give up though and reaches success he never even dreamt of. As each lead character of the movie gets ready to face the spotlight, they each face their own individual struggles that end up bringing them closer to their dream. The movie Sing teaches all about even if life destroys you to the very bottom, you should never stop because bigger things are awaiting.

8. Big Hero 6

If you want a movie that includes tragedy, humour and kindness, this movie is the one. Hiro’s older brother Tadashi tragically looses his life in a fire, leaving behind a creation of his: Baymax, and inflatable robot. Hiro tuns Baymax into one of his friends and the two of them, along with four others, decide to go on an adventure that will result in saving their home town from the evil villain that is trying to take over with the invention of microbots. Big Hero 6 is a movie that will teach all about kindness, and teamwork.

9. Brave

Betrayal can bring people together as taught in this movie. The daughter of Queen Elinor and King Fergus, is a skilled archer who doesn’t constantly want to be told what to do and how to act. She wants it her own way. As she betrays her family and ends up putting a spell on her mother, it leads to chaos in the kingdom. She learns how to find the courage and undue to spell before its too late. This causes her relationship with her mother to strengthen, and she learns her lesson. Brave teaches us that even families go through their own challenges but need to learn to forgive mistakes.

10. Finding Nemo

Have you ever heard the story of how a clownfish got lost in the ocean and ended up all alone while his father looked for him with a blue reef fish who has short memory? Finding nemo is a heartwarming story of how Nemo, a young clownfish ended up lost in the ocean by swimming too close to the surface. His father Marlin sets out on a journey to find his son meeting a blue reef fish named Dory along the way. The two of them become friends and spend their whole time searching for Nemo. Will they find him? Nemo teaches all about not giving up and the strong bond between a family.

After all the hard work all of us do, we still love to sit down and enjoy spending time with our family. Watching a movie is one of the things that you can do! These movie titles can easily become one of your family favourites so make sure to check them out! Now just kick your feet back and just relax with your family by your side! If you need something done though but you would much rather spend time with your family, visit and find someone that will do the job for you.