The Selection This Month for Families: High School Musicals
This working mom with two small children could not even imagine living in a world that didn’t have Netflix as a part of it. That was actually the case prior to my beginning working here. Now, to showcase precisely how Netflix positively affects lives we’ve put together, “This Month’s Picks For Families”. Each month we will offer ideas and recommendations that might fit well in the routine of your family that month. In addition, we will also include some recipe and craft ideas, but don’t fret, they will be kept practical and realistic.
It was very early in the journey of parenting that it became apparent the awesome power music holds to alter the mood not only in the house, but especially in the car. My kids got to meet Michael Buble and Stevie Wonder at an early age, so I am able to listen to Superstition almost as often as I am Let It Go. And even though I classify myself as 100% tone deaf, it doesn’t prevent me from breaking into a song at the same time I am attempting to get my kids to follow my instructions and get something done.
To get both older and younger kids into the spirit of the musical feeling as we prepare for those spring musicals seemingly popping up everywhere, we’ve put together a list of some movies to aid the cause.
For the older kids:
1. Camp Rock
2. The Phantom of the Opera
4. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
6. High School Musical
7. Shrek the Musical
For the younger kids:
2. Leap Frog: Numberland
3. The Prince of Egypt
I am fairly certain my children inherited my two left feet and tone deaf ears, so we’ll have our fun at home watching musicals. You can see how simple it is to put together your personal No Sew Stage Curtain by clicking here.
You might also want to click here to find out just how to put together your personal Shrek-inspired parfait.
Perhaps with these title suggestions, you will be able to simply Let It Go out of your mind and thoughts.