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Parent of a 5 year old Written byTizaG1 December 20, 2010

Good for tweens and older, terrible for toddlers and little kids.

This movie is a terrible film for children to watch. The animation is wonderful, but the content is not at all what the parents of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10-year-olds want their children to watch. The entire film provides only proof that Santa doesn't exist. That is NOT the idea I want to perpetuate. The idea behind the film; that the spirit of Christmas and Santa lives in the good deeds and good will exhibited by all, is a good one. However, it in not a concept that young children can grasp and all they walk away with is a lot of proof that there is no Santa. Even the father hems and haws to try to fashion an answer for little Virginia. This film is better reserved for pre-teens and older.
Parent of a 1 and 5 year old Written bykyliecportland December 8, 2012

Great show, just be prepared to defend Santa...

My 5-year-old loved it. It's a very short show, with a nice message. Though, you should be aware that there are parts where a big kid is trying to convince the little kids that Santa doesn't exist. My daughter immediately turned to me for confirmation that he does exist... which is uncomfortable. She WANTS to believe in Santa.
Adult Written byninja master August 6, 2010

i cried

the best cristmas speical ever it made me cry
Parent of a 11 year old Written bykim2 November 18, 2010

Perfect for the entire family!

Love it. Very heartwarming. Perfect for the entire family!
What other families should know
Educational value
Great messages
Great role models