Sharing The Christmas Classics with my kids

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I remember growing up and loving to watch Christmas movies, like Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, and Santa Claus Is Coming To Town. They were my favorites. Now that I have kids of my own, they are bringing back Christmas Classics to dvd for a whole new generation to share.

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I got to share these incredible Christmas Classics with my kids and enjoy them all over again.

The Christmas Classics DVD includes:
Frosty The Snowman
Santa Claus Is Comin To Town
Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer

Disc 2:
The Little Drummer Boy
Cricket On The Hearth
Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol
Frosty Returns

Special Features include:

Be A Artist and create- Learn how to draw your favorite characters
Santa Special Delivery- Enjoy Jolly notes about Santa
Rudolph Unwrapped-Unwrap boxes to find facts about Rudolph and his friends.
Magical Melody and Kringle Jingle-Sing along to some of your favorite songs
Frosty Snowflake Surprises- Magical Snowflakes reveal facts about Frosty
Sam The snowman’s Sing-Alongs- Sing Along to Holly Jolly and Rudolph

We loved watching these classics together and the look on their faces getting to see the movies was priceless. Their favorite was of course Rudolph and we got to celebrate with a new Blanket to match the movie as well as other fun stuff.

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Have you seen the new Christmas Classics on DVD? Let me know what you think.

Disclosure: No formal compensation was received. Product was provided for being part of the Fox Home Insiders Network. All opinions are 100% my own.

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One thought on “Sharing The Christmas Classics with my kids

  1. I will never tire of the older versions of these classics. Rudolph, Frosty are all we knew and loved. I actually dislike when they remake them and luckily these have stayed true.
    It is neat in the special features they show how to draw or explain how Frosty is magical.
    It sounds like you had a nice time. Traditions are important.

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