Toy Story Family Movie Night

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The Toy Story movies are so much fun for children and for families to watch together. Disney/Pixar animated movies have been a part of our lives for over 25 years now and it’s hard to remember what life was like before them. If your family is planning a Toy Story family movie night, there are tons of fun options for you.

Recipe, craft, and printable ideas for a Toy Story family movie night.

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Toy Story Family Movie Night

If you are planning a family movie night, there are so many ways to make it fun. But before you start, here is some information about the movies to help you out.

General Movie Info (Toy Story)

  • Year Released: 1995
  • Running Time: 81 minutes
  • Rating: G
  • Music: Soundtrack currently available on CD

General Movie Info (Toy Story 2)

  • Year Released: 1999
  • Running Time: 92 minutes
  • Rating: G
  • Music: Soundtrack currently available on CD

General Movie Info (Toy Story 3)

  • Year Released: 2010
  • Running Time: 103 minutes
  • Rating: G
  • Music: Soundtrack currently available on CD

General Movie Info (Toy Story 4)

  • Year Released: 2019
  • Running Time: 100 minutes
  • Rating: G
  • Music: Soundtrack currently available on CD

How to Watch Disney’s Toy Story Movies

All four of Disney’s Toy Story movies are currently still available for purchase as a Blu-Ray boxed set and individually in Blu-Ray and DVD format, as well as on Google Play, Prime Video, Apple TV, YouTube paid movies, and Vudu.

The movies are currently included as part of Disney+.

All of the Toy Story movies are available through Disney Movie Club.

What Parents Need to Know

If it has been a while since you watched any of the Toy Story movies, you may not remember that there are a few scenes that young or sensitive children may find scary or uncomfortable. For example:

  • There are many intense scenes where the toys are in danger throughout all four movies
  • Characters being separated from their loved ones could be upsetting
  • There is mild language, such as “shut up” and “idiot”

Toy Story Family Movie Night Resources

If your family is getting together to watch Toy Story, these easy recipes, crafts, and printable activities can help you out. Be sure to check out our list of Toy Story books for kids too!

Toy Story Inspired Recipes

Sheriff Woody Dirt Cups from The Farmgirl Gabs

Toy Story Alien Cupcakes from Getaway Today

Toy Story Aliens Cinnamon Rolls from Coffee Cups and Crayons

Toy Story Blue Bo Lemonade from A Worthy Read

Toy Story Inspired Crafts

Toy Story Mickey Ears Ornament Crafts from Sunshine Whispers

Paper Plate DIY Toy Story Aliens from Hunny I’m Home

DIY Forky from Or So She Says

Alien Toy Story Slime from Mess for Less

Slinky Dog Paper Chain from The Chirping Moms

Toy Story Inspired Printable Activities

Toy Story Word Search

Toy Story Memory Game

Toy Story Printable Posters and Artwork from Classy Mommy

Free Printable Toy Story Subtraction Flashcards from 123 Homeschool for Me

Toy Story Maze Games from Mommy Made That

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