10 original Disney movies for your kids to enjoy this holiday

By admin
13 November 2014

Films these days have no shortage of special effects, impressive graphics and life-like 3D technology to make your kids feel like they are right there in the moment.

And while these may be exciting, sometimes there is nothing better than appreciating the simple brilliance of the earliest animated films.

Why not have your kids watch these over the coming holidays. Mom and dad can join the fun – chances are they grew up with them, too!

1.     Aladdin (1992)

This Disney adaptation of a classic folktale is something to experience. Aladdin and the One Thousand and One nights gets a magical feel with this love story.

2.     The Jungle Book  (1967)

Grab the popcorn and enjoy this adventurous tale of a little boy growing up in the jungle around animals.

3.     The Aristocats (1970)

Singing cats, Paris and some wild ally cats so spice up the story – what’s not to love?

4.     Bambi (1942)

Can you believe this sad story about a little deer dates all the way back to 1942? Enjoy the charming innocence of this film with your kids.

5.     Hercules (1997)

Not only is this modern day adaptation of the ancient Greek myth an exciting adventure, it will also teach your kids a little something about Greek mythology and ancient civilizations.

6.     Alice in Wonderland (1951)

Your kids might have seen the latest version of Lewis Carrol’s magical tale, but the original really is something to see!

7.     Pinocchio (1940)

The infamous insect Jiminy Cricket and the wooden puppet who wants nothing more than to be a real boy – a classic fairy-tale that has cemented itself into history for a reason.

8.     Dumbo (1941)

You might not be able to take your kids to the circus, but this comes pretty close! Join in the escapades of a misplaced elephant whose enormous ears get him into all sorts of interesting scenarios.

9.     The Sword in the Stone (1963)

Your kids will love the magical adventure that the magician Merlin takes young Arthur on in this courageous tale!

10. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

What Disney-list would be complete without one of the most loved fairy tales in history. Show your kids the original tale of the beautiful Snow White, her evil step mother and the brave seven dwarves. 

Find Love!