With the holiday season officially in full swing, it’ll be easy to get the littlest elves in the spirit of the season with a whole selection of Christmas movies just waiting to be watched on Netflix.

Whether your kids are after a more classic holiday tale, stories featuring some of their favorite characters, or they just want to watch anything they can that brings the holidays home, there are options for all. Check out these 18 great choices for kids this holiday season.

“48 Christmas Wishes” (2017):

When a small town’s letters to Santa accidentally go up in smoke, two elves venture out of the North Pole to retrieve every missing wish.

“A Dogwalker’s Christmas Tale” (2015):

Spoiled 21-year-old Luce Lockhart faces a tough decision when a handsome new friend asks her to help protect a dog park from a wealthy employer.

“Christmas Break-In" (2019):

Stranded at school before holiday break, a precocious girl gets into the spirit of saving when a trio of robbers trespass and hold the janitor hostage.

“The Christmas Chronicles” (2018):

The Christmas Chronicles “The Christmas Chronicles” is one movie kids can enjoy on Netflix this holiday season.  Photo: Michael Gibson/Netflix

After accidentally crashing Santa’s sleigh, a brother and sister pull an all-nighter to save Christmas with a savvy, straight-talking St. Nick.

“Christmas In The Heartland” (2017):

Two girls realize they’re both visiting grandparents they’ve never met and decide to switch places to see how the other half lives.

“The Christmas Project” (2016):

Four brothers prepare for war when they’re forced to deliver secret holiday gifts to the school bullies, but they soon learn kindness goes a long way.

“Christmas With The Kranks” (2004):

When Luther Krank and his wife opt to skip Christmas—no tree and no rooftop Frosty—can they handle the fallout from their family and neighbors?

“Disney’s The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” (2018):

When her late mother gifts her a key, Clara embarks on a dreamlike journey full of fantasy and conflict in this retelling of the holiday classic.

“Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer” (2018):

When Blitzen suddenly retires, a miniature horse determined to join Santa’s reindeer team faces fierce competition in the North Pole try-outs.

“Get Santa” (2014):

When Santa gets arrested for trespassing after crashing his sleigh, it’s up to a father-son team to spring him from jail and save Christmas.

“The Grinch” (2018):

A grump with a mean streak plots to bring Christmas to a halt in the cheerful town of Whoville, but a generous little girl could change his heart.

“Holiday Rush” (2019):

A widowed radio DJ and his four spoiled kids need to tighten their belts and pull together when their life of luxury turns lean just before Christmas.

“How The Grinch Stole Christmas” (2000):

The Grinch decides to rob Whoville of Christmas—but a dash of kindness from little Cindy Lou Who and her family may be enough to melt his heart.

“Klaus” (2019):

Klaus “Klaus” is a Christmas movie kids can watch on Netflix.  Photo: Netflix

A selfish postman and a reclusive toymaker for an unlikely friendship, delivering joy to a cold, dark town that desperately needs it.

“Puppy Star Christmas” (2018):

A new pack of Pup Star pooches stumbles upon a rival team’s plan to ruin Christmas, then ends up at the North Pole to try and save the holiday spirit.

“Santa Claws” (2014):

When a gift sack full of kittens gives Santa a bad allergic reaction, the kitties have to take over and deliver the presents on time.

“Spirit Riding Free: The Spirit of Christmas” (2019):

Lucky and friends must figure out how to get home in time for Christmas when a falling boulder—and a serious snowstorm—derail their travel plans.

“Unaccompanied Minors” (2006):

Five desperate kids, snowed in at the airport on Christmas Eve, try to get back to their families and outsmart a disgruntled airport official.