5 Movies From Your Childhood To Share With Your Kids


5 Movies From Your Childhood To Share With Your Kids


Brand new movies are great! It’s so much fun standing in queue at the theater, breathing in the buttery popcorn smell, giddy with anticipation when a new movie is released.

My descendants love supervision the latest and greatest movies, but I just grin when I hear my descendants singing the poetry I used to sing as a youngsters – “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” or “Tomorrow”. Hearing their little off-key renditions is the best music to my ears.


Have you introduced your descendants to the movies you enjoyed when you were younger?


Swiss Family Robinson (1960) (klick)

The Robinson family gets shipwrecked near an island. With hard business and togetherness, they build a majestic tree house. They are faced with lots trials - wild animals, weather, and pirates, but their ingenuity carries them through. Great clans values!


The Parent Trap (1961)(Klick)

Twin daughters are raised not knowing closely each other, each living with one parent. They unexpectedly extrusion into each other at summer camp, put two and two together, and employment out a scheme to get their cause back together again. This movie is just plain good fun.


Mary Poppins (1964)(klick)

Mr. and Mrs. Banks are both so preoccupied with their own interests that their children, Jane and Michael are unhappy. When the magical nanny, Mary Poppins enters their lives, she brings the family closer. Between the penguin scene, the chimney sweep dance, and the magic, your children will be entranced.


The Sound of Music (1965)(klick)

The slope are alive with the sound of music. Your abode will be alive with the sound of singing once your youngster watch this one.


Annie (1982)(klick)

Oh, how we love Annie! The music, the dancing, the wealthy Mr. Warbucks, and a happy ending. It doesn’t get scads better than that!

These five movies are a must in every clans library. Share the memories, and sing the tunes. It’s ok if you’re a little off-key. I won’t tell.


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