24 Classic Movies You Can Watch With Your Kids On Netflix

From "E.T." to "The Little Rascals" to "Honey I Shrunk The Kids."

Going to the movies can be a hassle for parents, but luckily today you can enjoy a huge selection of great films from the comfort of your couch. And you can get the kids involved, too.

Netflix recently shared a collection of beloved family movies available on the streaming platform. Take a nostalgia trip on family movie night with these modern classics you can watch with your kids.

Kids Under 6

"Anastasia" (1997)
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The animated "Anastasia" film turns 20 this year, so it's a good time to take a little "Journey to the Past" with your kids.
"FernGully: The Last Rainforest" (1992)
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"FernGully" came out in the 90s, but its message of environmental protection remains relevant.
"The Prince of Egypt" (1998)
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The biblical musical is a great way to teach kids the story of the Book of Exodus ... and get "When You Believe" stuck in your head.
"Tarzan" (1999)
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The Disney classic has some tearjerking moments (Phil Collins, you slay us), but it's ultimately an uplifting film about family.
"Chicken Run" (2000)
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The 2000 hit stop-motion animation movie features some unlikely heroes and a lot of good laughs.
"Antz" (1998)
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The story of a Central Park ant colony appeals to kids and adults.
"Chicken Little" (2005)
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The film adaptation of the famous "The sky is falling" fable is fun for the whole fam.

Kids 6-10

"Annie" (1982)
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Prepare to have "Tomorrow" and "It's the Hard Knock Life" stuck in your head for days.
"E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" (1982)
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There are too many iconic moments to count in this kid favorite.
"The Little Rascals" (1994)
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The adventures of Alfalfa, Spanky, Darla and the gang never get boring.
"Harry and the Hendersons" (1987)
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Just your typical movie about a family that adopts a lovable Sasquatch.
"Babe" (1995)
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"Babe" remains a classic for animal-loving kids.
"Pee-wee's Big Adventure" (1985)
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The Pee-wee Herman love clearly still lives on. In fact, Netflix released the latest sequel only a year ago.

Tweens 10-12

"Honey I Shrunk The Kids" (1989)
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Visit the world of Rick Moranis' offbeat inventor character. You'll never eat Cheerios the same way again.
"The Parent Trap" (1961)
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The original Hayley Mills version is a favorite for many families.
"Big Daddy" (1999)
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This Adam Sandler classic is both hilarious and heartwarming.
"Who Framed Roger Rabbit" (1988)
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This groundbreaking combination of animation and live action is fun for everyone.

Teens 13 And Over

"Grease" (1978)
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Though we're still a bit confused by the whole "If you want to find love, change everything about yourself" message, the iconic songs make this an enduring hit.
"Armageddon" (1998)
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You "don't wanna miss a thing" in this sci-fi disaster epic.
"Heathers" (1988)
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Two words: Christian Slater.
"The Waterboy" (1998)
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Another Adam Sandler classic, "The Waterboy" is a different kind of football movie.
"To Kill A Mockingbird" (1962)
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Watch Gregory Peck bring Atticus Finch to life.
"Cant' Buy Me Love" (1987)
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Check out Patrick Dempsey long before his Dr. McDreamy days.
"Hello Dolly!" (1969)
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Romance, comedy, music and Barbra Streisand = perfection.