9 age-appropriate Valentine’s Day movies for kids


If you’re planning a Valentine’s Day for the whole family (matching heart pajamas? Check!), we suggest the perfect sugar-free and cozy activity: a Valentine’s Day-themed movie marathon. Although many Valentine’s Day movies for kids don’t actually take place on February 14, they include a lot of the things we love most about romantic holidays, like meaningful love-filled gifts, love in the form of of friendships, of relationships and of oneself. love, and desserts as far as the eye can see, of course!

Modern remakes of Disney classics like the Lady and the Tramp to the movies we grew up laughing to love The little rascals, there’s sure to be a Valentine’s Day movie on this list that your kid will love. Grab a box of sweethearts or a cup of hot chocolate and score this kid-friendly roundup of Valentine’s Day movies, all of which can be streamed online and are organized by age.

Valentine’s Day Movies for Toddlers and Elementary Schoolers and Up

By My Valentine, Charlie Brown

The Peanuts gang celebrates February 14 with a Valentine’s Day card exchange at school, and Charlie Brown is hoping for a card from someone special this year. Meanwhile, Linsus’ gift for their teacher is mistaken for someone else’s.

Lady and the Tramp (2019)

In this modern remake of the 1955 animated classic, Lady, a spoiled suburban American Cocker Spaniel, has an unexpected relationship with an independent, talkative stray named Tramp. The more time they spend together, the more these two pups realize that the true meaning and value of “home” isn’t so much a physical place as the people you surround yourself with.

Peanuts movie information

Valentine’s Day isn’t just about crushes, it’s also about letting your friends and family know how much you love them! Walk in: Peanuts movie information. Your kids will love cheering alongside Charlie Brown as he supports his best friend Snoopy on his aerial expedition.

The princess and the Frog

Tiana has her sights set on opening her own restaurant in the heart of New Orleans, but she hits a major roadblock when a frog, named Prince Naveen, kisses her in hopes of break his amphibian curse. Now Tiana is also a frog! Together, the two jump and fight their way through the bayous of Louisiana to track down someone who can reverse the curse.

Gnomeo and Juliet

Emily Blunt pits James McAvoy in this comedic, animated tale based on the Shakespearean classic. Two garden gnomes fall head over heels in love with each other, but due to a dispute between their respective owners (who happen to be neighbors) and a large picket fence, they must find a way to date each other in private while remaining silent. – silence.

Nice to meet you

Set in New York, a confused and soon-to-be princess (Amy Adams) finds herself in uncharted territory after being pushed down a well by an evil queen. Fortunately, a handsome lawyer (and his young daughter) is there to help him put the pieces back together and find his way back home. This part-animated, part-live-action movie has fun songs and lines the whole family will love!

Valentine’s Day Movies for Older Kids

A Week Away: A Musical

Consider this uplifting musical your kid’s version camp rock. A teenager, who has had a bit of trouble following the law, reluctantly follows his friend to church camp, where he unexpectedly begins to fall in love with the counselor’s daughter.

Ella, enchanted

Starring Anne Hathaway, this whimsical film puts a musical spin on the classic Cinderella we all grew up watching. However, in this fairy tale, Ella is cursed with an obedience spell at birth and has lived much of her young life completing her evil stepsisters’ endless to-do list because she can’t say no. Determined, she sets out to break the spell and find her voice – and she might also fall in love with a handsome prince.

The little rascals

If your child likes comedy, The little rascals is sure to be a hit. The ’90s film follows a lovesick Alfalfa as he tries to convince his crush on Darla. Simultaneously, his group of pals pull many funny pranks (putting a whoopie cushion on his seat and kitty litter in the sandwiches during their candlelight lunch) during their dates to throw him off balance.

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