You’re never too old to be young – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Watching movies is a great way to unwind and relax after a tiring week at work. It is a perfect opportunity for parents to spend time with their child. It also leaves lasting memories.
The article, Top 20 Hindi movies for kids below 12 years, published in zenparent, states that movies can have both positive and negative impact on children. They learn a lot about society and life through movies.
In this ClipBook, we have covered movies for children in the age group 2-13 years. Taare Zameen Par and The Blue Umbrella are great movies for the 10-12 age group. For children below 5 years, box-office hits like Kung Fu Panda, Shrek, The Lion King and Minions find mention. Up and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory are best movies to watch with your child if he’s under 8.
Let us look at some of the movies discussed in the ClipBook.
• Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory: An adaption of Roald Dahl’s classic for children, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, this movie deals with the adventures of Charlie Bucket. The boy wins a golden ticket to Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory along with four children from different parts of the world. Per geektyrant, the chocolate river seen in the movie was made of real chocolate, water and cream, and is something every child would drool over.
• Taare Zameen Par: This movie deals with the challenges that dyslexic children face on a day-to-day basis. A must-watch movie for both parents and children, Taare Zameen Par has a social message – children should not be forced to focus on academics. They must be given the freedom to pursue their dreams as well.
• The Blue Umbrella: The movie is about the journey of a poor girl who is known in her village for her blue umbrella, her most treasured belonging. One day, she loses it. Her anguish and longing is depicted beautifully in the movie.
Know more about other children’s movies such as King Fu Panda, Shrek, The Lion King, Stanley ka Dabba, etc. by going through the pages of this ClipBook. We guarantee that this will be one memorable weekend for you and your child.
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