It’s time for a Family Movie Night Activity, the whole family is coming together and since the theater is not an option due to the lock down the living room will have to do. What movie to watch? There are so many to pick from. Below is a list of quality family movies that have pack an entertaining yet highly educational punch! If you really want to enhance the lessons from these movies and encourage discussion among your family, you may want to check out the movie guide to accompany each one. Just click on the title or picture below : )
THE GREATEST SHOWMAN (PG – 2017)
This movie guide is better suited for older kids, I’d say 12 and older is a good age to really grasp all the high level concepts introduced in this film. Get ready to engage in discussion about social and life skills and what it means to be yourself despite what other people may say or do to you.
WONDER (PG – 2017)
Great for all ages, this movie will bring out the sympathetic side of even the hardest exteriors. Discuss with your family what it means to be a true friend and how to deal with the mean people that life is sure to throw at us.
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (1962)
Easily one of the best classic movies of all time. If you are into the vintage, black and white stuff, and want to give your family an appreciation for them, than this one is for you. Not only is the story, from Harper Lee, engaging it teaches students about humanity, caring for each other, telling the truth and tragedy of prejudice.
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