Spring forward with children’s film releases

With the beginning of Spring – well, we’re in March but I’m not sure the weather’s consistently realised it yet– and Easter rapidly approaching, many of us think about getting out and about more.  But until the weather warms up, maybe make the most of hunkering down under blankets in front of the fire and having some family film afternoons or evenings.

Spring sees some new children’s film releases front,  due out in March which are perfect for young children or family viewing.

Spring children's film releases giveaway

Little Chicken’s Egg-cellent Adventure

Little Chicken’s Egg-cellent Adventure was released on 7th March on dvd.  This is a fun filled story with lots of laughs.  Rolo is a teenage rooster who’s a bit of a chicken.  But he needs to step up and save the farm when an evil rancher threatens his home.  The movie features the voices of Zachary Gordon (Diary of a Wimpy Kid) and Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite), and is a colourful animation for all the family.  I think this one’s definitely one for N – he loves a film with laughs in.

Beyond Beyond

If you’ve got children who dream of going to sea, then maybe Beyond Beyond is for them.  This dvd’s released on 21st March.

Johan’s a rabbit who lives at sea with his father. He dreams about steering the ship to visit a faraway kingdom where he’s hoping to find his mother.  Receiving a mysterious radio call one day, Johan decides to set off alone on an adventure.  The story’s based on an old traditional Scandinavian folk talk and is a lovely film about reaching for dreams and coming to terms with absent loved ones.

Both DVDs are PG rated, and I’ve got set of the 2 DVDs to giveaway to 2 lucky readers.  If you’d like to be one of the winners, just answer the question in the comments below (leave the url box empty unless you have a blog) then complete the entry on the rafflecopter widget.  Do share the competition with friends as well.

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100 thoughts on “Spring forward with children’s film releases

  1. Usually we do but this year my youngest was ill and my special needs son was in hospital so didnt have a chance

  2. Usually go to my parent for a roast and spend time with my family. When I have children I will do Easter Egg hunts and other fun things x

  3. We celebrate in terms of Easter eggs but not as a religious occasion. For us, Easter means having a long weekend to share time and celebrate what a great family we have 🙂

  4. We do celebrate Easter with all the family around.. Going to parks, playing in the garden and watching movies together

  5. I love spending easter visiting my family. We always do an easter egg hunt for the children with even the teenagers joining in. Lovely to see the happy, smiling faces.

  6. we took our daughter to a hotel for the night.she loved exploring somewhere new. I cant wait til she is old enough to do easter egg hunts 🙂

  7. I used to do an Easter egg hunt with my children when they were little and follow with a yummy family roast dinner. We now have another little one so am looking forward to when he’s old enough to do the same.

  8. We were poorly over Easter so all plans went to pot 🙁 we did manage some belated eggs and hot cross buns though!

  9. We don’t celebrate the religious side of Easter but do go in for chocolate, Easter Egg Hunts and family time

  10. We celebrate it in the form of fun and chocolate eggs for our daughter. We do the typical egg hunt etc 🙂

  11. Yes we celebrate Easter. We go to Mass and then spend time as a family with easter egg hunts and rolling of eggs followed by way too much chocolate 🙂

  12. We had a family get-together over the Easter weekend, did an Easter Egg hunt for the kids and a family roast dinner

  13. it was my 30th birthday on good friday so we started our easter celebrating then we had 3 eg hunts, easter crafts and a big lamb roast dinner

  14. We are not religious but will be having a big roast dinner and celebrating our daughters first birthday on Easter monday

  15. The kids wouldn’t let me Not celebrate it, I always do an easter egg hunt which they love and do an easter meal with the family coming over, I love it, it’s the next best thing to christmas because it brings all my family together.x

  16. We have just over a week off. We are going on holiday for a few nights. Hopefully if the weather is ok we will do some work on the garden.

  17. I dont actually celebrate the proper meaning of easter but I do get involved with the whole easter egg hunt and family time thing

  18. Yes, I do celebrate Easter. I hope to go to Church on Easter Sunday and then have a nice meal with my family and eat chocolate eggs.

  19. we don’t really celebrate Easter but tend to take my son for an egg hunt to let him run around in the fresh air 🙂

  20. We always attend our towns Easter Egg hunt and we usually have a few days out if the weather is good. No plans yet though x

  21. I’m having my grandchildren over I’m cooking a lamb roast and weather permitting I will be hiding Easter eggs in the garden for them

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