I loved the Home Alone movies when I was a kid. It is hard to believe that they are celebrating their 25th anniversary! Wow! Times has just flown by. Last week, we had family movie night with my almost 8 year old daughter and she watched Home Alone for the first time. She LOVED it. It was fun experiencing it with her and seeing it through her eyes. We can’t wait to watch the other Home Alone movies now.
About Home Alone
Get ready to ring in the holiday season as Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment celebrates the 25th anniversary of the biggest live-action comedy of all time with HOME ALONE: ULTIMATE COLLECTOR’S EDITION arriving on Blu-ray and DVD October 6.This must have gift set features all five films packaged together for the first time in a collectible paint can full of limited edition movie memorabilia that will keep the whole family laughing including a McCallister Christmas ornament, Kevin’s battle plan for the Wet Bandits, his tarantula and a wanted poster of the thieves – Harry (Joe Pesci) and Marv (Daniel Stern) – and more.
Additionally, a gift set featuring HOME ALONE and HOME ALONE 2: LOST IN NEW YORK will be available exclusively at Target and features both films on Blu-ray along with a warm and wearable reproduction of Kevin’s famous winter knit hat from the films.
Home Alone Printable Activity Sheets
You can open these jpg images in a new window to print, or you can open them in this PDF file. You’ll get a crossword, maze, silly story, and word scramble!
Printable PDF: Home Alone Printable Activity Sheets
Win Home Alone Movie Set
One lucky Long Wait for Isabella reader will win all five films packed together in a collectible paint can full of limited edition movie memorabilia that will keep the whole family excited including a McCallister Christmas ornament, Kevin’s battle plan for the Wet Bandits, his tarantula and a wanted poster of the thieves – Harry (Joe Pesci) and Marv (Daniel Stern) – and more! Open to US and CAN residents 18+.
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Lori Walker says
I’d like to see The Best of Me.