Looking for a totally not scary movie for kids
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Post Sun, Nov 22 2020, 10:28 pm
I have a kid the same way. Gets scared very easily. Charlottes web was a great one!
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Post Sun, Nov 22 2020, 10:42 pm
Dumbo STILL makes me cry! Crying

I really like Canada's version of PBS. They have the sweetest children's shows, all of them toddler friendly, gentle, and safe. Nothing scary at all. "Nanalan" https://www.cbc.ca/programguid.....69380 was DD's favorite when she was little.

As she got a bit older, around 7, we discovered "My Little Pony', and we were both hooked. I love that show so much! There is sometimes a bit of something scary, but it usually turns out that the "bad guy" is a character who is just sad and misunderstood. When the ponies make friends with the scary character, it turns nice and everything works out.
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Post Sun, Nov 22 2020, 11:10 pm
My five year old is like this as well.
She loves Sofia The First.
The second Mary Poppins (she skips the “boring parts”).
Pixar Cars.
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Post Mon, Nov 23 2020, 12:15 am
I watched some Snoopy/Peanuts movies with my little ones on Amazon Prime. I don't remember anything remotely scary in them.
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