PG 97 min Comedy. Cady Heron is a hit with The Plastics, the A-list girl clique at her new school, until she makes the mistake of falling for Aaron Samuels, the ex-boyfriend of alpha Plastic Regina George. PG min Comedy, Drama, Romance. A rebellious Malibu princess is shipped off to a strict English boarding school by her father. PG 87 min Comedy, Drama, Family. A young girl tries to fit in with a clique of popular middle school girls after moving into the guest house of one of their homes. Votes: 5,
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PG 89 min Comedy, Family, Romance. Desperate to improve their social status, four best friends enter into an all-night scavenger hunt against the popular clique in their school. PG min Drama, Music, Romance. A rebellious girl is sent to a Southern beach town for the summer to stay with her father. Through their mutual love of music, the estranged duo learn to reconnect. A popular high school athlete and an academically gifted girl get roles in the school musical and develop a friendship that threatens East High's social order.
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We recently decided to show a movie to our 6th, 7th and 8th grade students on the last day of school. But when we started brainstorming ideas we had some difficulty coming up with movie titles that a the students would like and b we thought would be worth showing. Listed below are the movies we came up with after consulting a variety of experts including: current middle school students, former middle school students, middle school teachers from across the country, lots of family movie websites, and random people on twitter and facebook. Always preview any movie before you show it. For instance, I included Stand by Me in this list and it is rated R. If I were actually going to show it, I would look for an edited for television version. If a movie is rated PG or PG, offer some guidance to the students before you watch it. Incorporate it into the curriculum. You may be required to obtain a Public Performance License to show your movie.
If you have a preteen, you already know how hard it is to find family movies that they will also enjoy. After all, tweens are at that tricky, in-between age — a little too old for kids movies but not quite old enough for the more adult flicks. So when family movie night rolls around or you have to approve a movie for the all-important sleepover, you may find yourself faced with a tough task in picking a tween movie that appeals to their budding maturity that still doesn't have such adult themes that you find yourself jumping up to fast-forward through steamy or too-scary scenes. We've rounded up a nice, diverse selection of Netflix movies in a number of genres so you and your tween can settle on something that makes everyone happy. From scary to funny to heartwarming films that may bring a tear to your eye, you can feel confident leaving your preteen and their friends in front of the screen with these tween Netflix movies that still appeal to their sensibilities.