Streaming services like Amazon, Netflix, and Disney Plus have given us the opportunity to stream an endless number of movies instantly. Among these, Disney Plus has a massive catalog of films, primarily to entertain toddlers and kids. However, we often feel overwhelmed when deciding on a good Disney movie that our little ones will love to watch.
That’s why we have put together an awesome list that includes some of the best Disney movies for toddlers. The list has movies that offer uplifting stories of real-life heroes as well as easy-to-understand dialogues. Not just toddlers, everyone will enjoy these Disney movies, including the adult members of your family. Check out the list below.
Best Disney Movies for Toddlers
A Bug’s Life
It’s about an ant who tried to save his colony when a big gang of grasshoppers invaded it and enslaved the ants. It wasn’t easy. At first, he had to put together a team, but no ants wanted to take risks.
The whole movie showed the heroism of one ant. Also, it teaches toddlers the importance of courage when needed.
Zootopia is a very entertaining movie for kids. Here, all the characters are like metaphors for humans. Where little rabbit Judy Hopes wants to make the world a better place, but the others hardly seem supportive. Even in some ways, Judy finds it a little challenging to get along with others.
It teaches the kids that people with honest desires and dreams might also face difficulties. But everyone should stay strong and focused in all sorts of situations.
Wall-E is a movie that will entertain toddlers easily and keep them hooked. It tells a story of a robot that lands on an adventurous journey in the post-apocalyptic version of Earth. Among these dust and broken pieces, it falls in love with a female mechanic scout and tries to bring back life on Earth.
The movie explores the importance of companionship and friendship in everyday life. This movie won several Academy Award nominations and is rated 8.4 on IMDB.
Toy Story is one of Disney’s best works! The movie centers around two animated toys, Woody the Cowboy and Buzz Lightyear, who tries to catch the affection of a little boy named Andy. But things take a new turn when they both get left behind.
Whether it’s cars or barbie dolls, childhood toys stay very close to our hearts. There is no doubt that the whole family will be entertained, from the youngest to the oldest.
The story of Ratatoulie centers around a rat named Remy who desires to be a great chef like Augustus Gusteau! With an unrelenting desire to be the best, Remy accidentally ends up in Paris. Then one day, Remy meets Linguini, the garbage boy of late Gusteau’s failing restaurant in Paris. Together they set out on a sensational adventure.
The movie sends a great message “not everyone can become a great artist, but a great artist can come from anywhere.”
Aladdin (Animated Version)
With Aladin, Disney takes us to a whole new world of fantasy. And it’s just hilarious! Robin Williams as Genie brings charm and humor to the character making the movie even funnier and more entertaining. Disney’s special effects and storytelling have made this more awesome!
What’s more? Disney recreated a live-action version of Aladin back in 2019.
It’s time to play the music, it’s time to light the lights, and it’s time to meet the Muppets!
A bunch of muppet friends gang up once again with a big motive! They want to save their muppet studio. And for that, they plan to raise 10 million dollars from their friends. This movie presents a very delightful and joyous story.
The Little Mermaid
No matter how often your little ones have listened to or read the classic mermaid story, it never gets old.
Even though this movie’s cute barbie-like character presents a romantic story, it’s not just about that. Humanity, kindness, honesty- there are many lessons within one story.
What if there is a world exactly like our own but inhabited by living cars? As the name suggests, this movie is all about cars. Pixar has tried to tap into children’s fantasy worlds with this movie to encourage fun and creativity.
This movie is full of entertaining moments with great visuals. After all, how many kids don’t dream of owning a talking car and having fun experiences?
“There’s a million things you think you can’t do. All you need is a chance to try!”
Prohibited from going anywhere near the surface, little Luca Paguro has been living under the water since birth. However, one day he hears a secret from a friend- anything up on the surface is good! Then they discover the whole human world together. They start believing life on Earth is so much cooler than life underwater. Luca tries new things that he didn’t even think of before. Everything was going well, except for one thing- the normal humans started doubting that Luca was really not one of them.
This movie was nominated for Oscar in the best-animated film section. The story is so much encouraging and mood uplifting.
When Ian and Barley, two elf brothers, turn 16 years old, they are given a gift that their dad left for them before he died. They found they could utilize the gift to get their father back for one whole day. So they set out on a magical quest to bring back their father. However, their mom tries to persuade them not to take such risks.
Overall, it’s a fun, action-packed film that encourages empathy and understanding between siblings.
The Jungle Book (Animated Version)
Based on the story by Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book isn’t only entertaining but also an almost flawless Disney masterpiece. The movie takes viewers on a lovable, high-spirited adventure. Mowgli (Bruce Reitherman), the main protagonist in the film, is a man-cub. He was found in the jungle as a baby and then raised by a family of wolves.
The combination of a solid story with memorable characters and a variety of catchy songs makes this movie a joy to watch.
Good films can leave a lasting impression on a young mind! So movies for toddlers should be amusing and educative at the same time.
The animated storytelling capability of Walt Disney Studios is unmatched. Choosing a Disney movie for a family movie night can hardly go wrong, especially the movies mentioned above. Children of all ages will find them very delightful.