Family life School & Family 10 of the best family films to watch this Christmas Settle in for a feel-good family movie this Christmas 2012 with our top TV picks... 1 of Ad break December 24th - Christmas EveThe Snowman and The Snowdog (8pm, C4) Inspired by Raymond Brigg's well-known story this is an adorable sequel that'll be cherished for years to come. If you have toddlers they will love it! December 24th - Christmas EveLady and the Tramp (5.05pm, BBC1, U) What family can resist the adorable romance between one tear-away pup and a prim and proper lady? You'll be singing the songs for the rest of the festive season. December 24th - Christmas EveThe Muppets (7pm, Sky Premiere, U) Fun, bright and sassy - a real festive treat. Just watch your kids' eyes light up at the memorable characters and silly songs. December 25th - Christmas DayShrek Forever After (3.10pm, BBC1, U) Christmas just wouldn't be complete without some Ogre charm and this final installment is a winner. Gather the kids round for some ogre-tastic laughs. Continue slideshow > December 25th - Christmas DayTangled (3.10pm, ITV1, PG) One of the newest Disney films, brought to life by legendary Disney animator Glen Keane, Tangled is a modern take on the traditional Rapunzel story. A cute chameleon sidekick, a cheeky horse and some fast action scenes make this perfect for little girls and boys alike. December 25th - Christmas DayHome Alone 3 (4.50pm, Film4, PG) There are some thieves about and it's up to young Alex Pruitt to save the day. Laugh-out-loud fun that'll keep the whole family chuckling on Xmas day. December 28thRatatouille (7.20pm, BBC3, U) Set in Paris, Ratatouille is a cheeky insight into the world of a rather charming rat. Hilarious and heart-warming, a real Christmas must. 30th DecemberThe Incredibles (9pm, BBC3, U) Family power personified, The Incredibles is a baddie-busting feast of a movie, that'll have everyone choosing which super power they wish they had. Continue slideshow > 31st December - New Year's EveBedtime Stories (1.40pm, BBC1, PG) Adam Sandler truly brings bedtime stories to life in this quirky flick. It's magic galore, so kids will be enthralled. 1st January - New Year's DayUp (6.30pm, BBC1, U) You'll laugh, cry, be amazed and no doubt set about trying to fulfill some of your lifelong dreams. A real triumph, with 78-year-old Carl the kind of character you'll easily take into your heart. By Emma Daly Comments Latest on MadeForMums 2018's celebrity babies - who gave birth this year? Amy Childs reveals her 6-month bump - and visits the MadeForMums Buggy Testing track Constance Hall and children - family facts Is it safe to cover your baby's pram with a blanket in hot weather?