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Babe Rated: G Year: 1995 Cast: James Crowell, voices of Christine Cavanaugh, Miriam Margolyes, Hugo Weaving.
Wild Kratts . Habitats. 29 Incredible Nature Documentaries for Kids. My kids love animals and enjoy watching nature documentaries– especially when they feature animals!
I started making a list of favorites, and gathering suggested titles of nature documentaries from my friends. Although these titles have all been recommended for kids, remember that with nature documentaries, it’s real life: children (or their parents) may be disturbed by some images of predators hunting, catching, and eating their prey, the occasional mating scene, or birth scene. It’s best for parents to view with their children (or preview beforehand) so we can either fast forward through the scary scenes or be available to answer their questions.
Here are 29 nature documentaries for kids that are educational and inspiring, and will teach you about life on Earth with phenomenal cinematography and fascinating . List of G-Rated Movies for Kids. Here is a list of some of our favorite G-rated movies for kids.
We also included if the movie was animated and the genre of the movie. We included Pixar, Disney, and Disney Channel in the genre mostly because we made lists of these movies as well. One interesting note about G-rated movies is that they tend to do better at the box-office than PG, PG-13, or R-rated movies. One survey showed that the average G-rated movie makes 11 times the money an average R-rated movie makes. What's even stranger is that Hollywood makes 12 times the number of R-rated movies than it makes G-rated. 6 Animated Movies to Watch With Your Kids If You Care About the Environment.