The list author says: "Christmas is a wonderful time for getting together with families; and watching movies that everyone (including the children/grandchildren) can enjoy is a favorite activity.
One caution: Check the detailed reviews, to see if VERY young children should not view a particular film (because of language, etc.).
(For more suggestions about movies, see my lists, "Sentimental Christmas Movies," “Christmas ‘Drama’ Movies,” "Christmas 'Romance' Movies," "Christmas Comedy Movies," "Classic Christmas Movies," "Black (African-American) Christmas Movies," and my five lists of "Christmas Programs for Children.")"
"A man who just relocated his family is unexpectedly laid off. He takes his three children to see Santa at the Mall, where the girl wishes for a million dollars---and they find a bag of money lost by a group of crooks, who want it back."
"After receiving a book claiming that reindeer can really fly, a college professor (Richard Thomas) sets out to prove the theory. He finds himself at the workshop of Santa Claus (Beau Bridges), who is all too willing to help him collect data."
"An oil rigger has been dynamiting ice fields near the North Pole. The next day he meets Santa's chief elf, who warns him to stop the dynamiting, but he doesn't believe it. But then, the elf brings the rigger's family to the North Pole."
""ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS": Santa threatens to take a vacation from Christmas since no one has the Christmas Spirit anymore, and his daughter tries to get a family off of the "naughty" list to convince him otherwise. "TWICE UPON A CHRISTMAS": Daughter tries to stop Rudolpha from selling off the North Pole, as the Claus family's belongings have begun to disappear."
""Snow": A young Santa with Christmas only three days away must find his future Mrs. Claus. "Snow 2": Three days before Christmas, Santa forgets about spending Christmas with his wife due to pressure at work, but then he develops amnesia."