I don’t know about you but I just can’t enough Frozen. The music, the characters, and the story are well done and entertaining even when watched multiple times. Did you know there are a total of 5 Frozen shorts and movies to watch? Here is how to have a Frozen Marathon!
How to Have a Frozen Marathon
Disney’s Frozen. This movie is available on Disney+. Frozen came out in November of 2013 and won over our hearts. It was unlike previous Disney movies with a predictable plot. Who would have thought the villain was someone we liked at the beginning of the film? I still remember my jaw-dropping reaction at the theater. Add in an adorable talking snowman sidekick, catchy music, and believable heroines and it’s a perfect movie!
Disney’s Frozen Fever. Disney’s Frozen Fever short is available on Netflix and is part of the Disney Short Films Collection. Frozen Fever came out in 2015 alongside Disney’s live-action Cinderella. We got to know a little bit more about the sisters and met the Snowgies!
Olaf’s Frozen Adventure. This short is available on Disney+. Olaf’s Frozen Adventure came out in 2017 alongside Coco. Due to theatergoers not expecting a 20 minute short in front of a movie, Disney pulled Olaf’s Frozen Adventure from the theaters and released to ABC immediately. This is actually my favorite Frozen film. I fell in love with Olaf, so much so I had to get the Olaf Pandora charm for my bracelet.
In this short, Anna & Elsa learn that they may not have a holiday tradition. Olaf feels bad for them and tries to find them a tradition from those in Arendelle. The story is funny and makes me cry every time I watch it.
LEGO Frozen Northern Lights. This cute short series is available on Disney+. Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven embark on an epic journey to “restore the glimmer” of the Northern Lights. There are four 8-minute shorts to enjoy.
Frozen 2. Frozen 2 is available on Disney+. At this point I feel like Elsa, Anna, and the rest of the gang are family and I want to follow along in their life. In Frozen 2, we get just that and a big look back into their past that explains why Elsa has powers. Is it as good as the first? No, not in my opinion but it is still a good movie.
Which Frozen short or movie is your favorite? They are all good to watch and if you have young ones, they aren’t horrible to watch on repeat, lol.
Frozen 2 Printable Coloring and Activity Pages
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