Family Friendly Flicks & Christmas Movies for Kids on SpiritClips!

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Can you believe it’s almost Christmas?  Typically I don’t let my kids watch too much TV, but there are so many great Christmas movies for kids on that I have let them watch more than normal.  We as a family have watched a few great Christmas flicks using SpiritClips.  There’s nothing like sitting down as a family for a great Christmas movie, and I have really been enjoying SpiritClips tasteful choices for family friendly flicks.

Family Friendly Flicks Christmas Movies for Kids on SpiritClips 1024x436 Family Friendly Flicks & Christmas Movies for Kids on SpiritClips!With SpiritClips you can stream-to-TV devices such as Roku, Boxee and Neo TV, as well as your iOS and Android device. Oh, and I just learned that SpiritClips is now streaming on Xbox 360! There is some great Christmas shows for kids, but I really wanted to talk about a few of the magical short films I have recently watched using SpiritClips.

The holidays are a busy time of year, and it did my body, and mind some good to watch Christmas Dream on SpiritClips.  Sometimes we need to be reminded of what the holidays is really about, which is why I have enjoyed watching Christmas Dream and a few other short films on SpiritClips.

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One of my favorite short films on SpiritClips is called Christmas Dream.  It reminds me just how magical Christmas is to children.  It took me back to when I was a child, and would wait up waiting for Santa.  I would have to pretend to be asleep and trick Santa, lol.  It never worked, I always feel asleep, but it was magical!   Watching this was a great reminder of how it feels to be a child during Christmas time, and that I need to slow down and enjoy this time with my kids.

If you haven’t watched Christmas Dream yet, I suggest watching it.  This magical short film is about a little girl who has a magical encounter with someone very special on Christmas Eve.  The look on the little girl’s face that turns to a smile – it’s magic!  This film was a great reminder for me, but it was also helped me explain how Christmas Eve worked to my youngest daughter.

This year Mattie is finally old enough to start understanding how Christmas works, who Santa is, look forward to seeing family, friends, loved ones, and experience how magical Christmas is.  I have been trying to explain to her how Christmas Eve works, but she always gives me a blank look, I can tell she doesn’t understand.  We watched the short film Christmas Dream, and it explained everything.  She looked at me, and asked if Santa was coming to our house like that, if she could see him, and I could tell she finally understood!  The look on her face was enough to melt my heart!

Another great short film is The Price of Miracles.  In this short film a little girl head out on a quest to save her younger brother.  She needs to buy a miracle, and has $12.11.  I think you’d be surprised what $12.11 can buy when you believe!  I’m going to admit this one made me cry, and it’s something I shared with my children.  It’s important to believe, and I think we forget that sometimes.

There’s one more that I’m going to mention, it’s called To Be a Soldier!  It’s about a little girl who shared Christmas with a soldier.  Even though this little girl doesn’t know the soldier, she knows they are great people for protecting us.  So she does something special for a soldier, because she learned in school many soldiers are away from their families during the holidays.  Another one that brought tears to my eyes. We tend to forget about all the brave men and women away from their families this time of year, and if we would all do something nice for them this time of year I’m sure it would not go unappreciated.

There are so many GREAT short clips on SpiritClips.  They are great for reminding adults what Christmas is about, and watching with our children to teach them the true meaning of Christmas.

About SpiritClips

You will find a lot more than just short film on SpiritClips.  They have tons of family friendly content.  SpiritClips provides access to family friendly content such as Hallmark Hall of Fame Movies, thoughtfully selected Hollywood classics, and more).  You can access SpiritClips anytime, anywhere!  Parents never need to worry about films with an R rating, excessive violence, language, or nudity because SpiritClips will never feature them.

You’re going to want to hurry and check it out because you can sign up for a 1 Week Free Trail to subscribe for $4.99 per month or $35.99 annually, and I think you’ll really like it.  Head on over to SpiritClips Website Here to get your 1 Week Free Trail started.  I think you’ll find it’s well worth it, and the content is tasteful.

Start streaming with SpiritClips by visiting the iTunes App Store, Google PlayRoku, Boxee, NeoTV, and don’t forget they just added XBox 360.  You can also learn more by visiting SpiritClips on their Website, and don’t forget to be social and Like them on Facebook, Subscribe via YouTube, and catch their latest Tweets on Twitter.

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Comments

  1. Dorothy Boucher says

    i love watching family movies or movies that i know me and the young ones can watch together, this is a really nice price to, even netflix cost more than that … thanks for share @tisonlyme143

  2. June S. says

    (Family Friendly Flicks & Christmas Movies for Kids on SpiritClips!) What a great movie line-up for the Christmas holiday’s. I’ll have to check some of these out myself.

  3. M.Clark says

    This sounds like a wonderful channel with great family friendly films. This channel is definitely worth the investment. Thank you for this review.

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