Sweet Dahl book adaptation has big heart, big scares. Spielberg's family classic is still one of the best. A Little Princess. Wonderful adaptation of classic book; some scary moments. The Nightmare Before Christmas. Tim Burton magic with just a touch of scariness. Pete's Dragon Wonderful remake of Disney classic has peril, sad moments. Wreck-It Ralph. Game-themed movie mixes potty humor with strong messages.
Freaky Friday. Mother-daughter switch is fun comedic chaos. High School Musical. A modern-day Grease for tweens.
Imba Means Sing. Vibrant, uplifting docu about African children's choir. The NeverEnding Story. Boy bibliophile becomes part of fantasy tale. Charming buddy-animal story promotes tolerance, teamwork. Kindness Is Contagious. Warm, feel-good docu about being nice is uplifting. Fiddler on the Roof.
Epic musical story of Jews facing religious persecution. Remember the Titans. Inspiring football drama brings history to life. Earnest, emotional book adaptation has strong messages.
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Inspiring, unique film tells two stories of perseverance. In Theaters Now. My Life as a Zucchini. Animated drama about orphan is touching, unforgettable. Napoleon Dynamite.
One-of-a-kind high school comedy for the family. Fun movie, but may be too intense for younger kids. Powerful docu addresses critically important issue for kids. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. Sensitive portrayal of four girls' friendships. To Kill a Mockingbird. Masterpiece with crucial lessons about prejudice. The Armor of Light. Insightful docu poses questions about faith, gun reform. Green Book.
Crowd-pleasing drama explores race, class, friendship. Love, Simon. Affecting, lovable romcom about gay teen has a little edge. A realistic look at a teen's coming-of-age. About a Boy. Edgy, sweet book-based dramedy has profanity, mature themes. The Breakfast Club. Classic '80s teen movie has mature themes, profanity. Pun intended. Yes, I cried…still get a bit weepy thinking about it…. You can read more about helping kids develop coping skills here.
She could definitely benefit from role-playing or more in-depth problem-solving strategies. You can find both in my TPT shop here and here. Still looking for ways to use Inside Out with your kids?
Check out my wishlist post the image is clickable! Looking for Inside Out video clips? Check out this post! I would love to hear what you thought about the movie and how you plan on using it with your kiddos in the comments below! What a great list of themes! Thanks for stopping by Natasha! Best wishes, Heather. This list is great!
That happens all the time. I also found the way that Sadness was presented was a very good depiction of depression for many who struggle with it and also struggle to explain it.
Might be a good therapy tool for those struggling wth depression and explaining how they feel or simply not feeling alone. And I tweeted it out! SO much food for all three domains: cognitive, affective, and behavioral. Thank you. Barbara The Corner On Character. I really appreciate your fertilization and flossing metaphors.