Around the world, the holiday season is also peak travel season. So, if you wish to avoid the huge crowds in tourist attractions and events, you can opt to watch free movies online and set up a family movie night instead. Here are some suggestions that can work wonders for you:
Set a schedule—and be sure to keep it.
Set a schedule, and make sure the family sticks to it. Ask your kids to postpone their plans of going to the mall or hanging out with their friends. Also set rules like no texting or net surfing.
Pre-select the movies.
Don’t wait until the last minute to choose which movies to watch. Browse the web a few days in advance and make a list of available movies. Be sure to go for something which the whole family will love. Comedy movies are a safe choice, and something like Teenape Goes to Camp will definitely have you and your kids erupting into raucous laughter.
Encourage your kids to be critics.
Reserve the discussion after the movie, and encourage your kids to share their opinions. Which scenes did they find the funniest, and which ones should the movie have gone fine without? So maybe your kids can’t string words together as well as the film critics in Sydney Morning Herald, but who cares? As long as they show they’re interested about the movies, you can expect you’ll have more family movie nights in the future.