Strawberry Shortcake Movies You Should Watch

As simple as they may have seemed, Strawberry Shortcake movies were mostly about about friendships, cooperation and acceptance. Learning how to treat each other with kindness and respect. Honestly, who wouldn’t like to see more of that these days?

Check out our favorite Strawberry Shortcake Doll Movies here, from the past and present franchise group and read our comments. These are our favorites, click on the blue links to check the price on Amazon. These movies are suitable for a little girl or boy aged 3 plus, because they promote friendship, problem-solving, are not scary or violent. Note some bundle packs are available.

A recent parent review ” So far my toddler daughter has all but one of the newer Strawberry Shortcake movies and I have to say I personally prefer them myself. They have the “girls” and berrykins overcoming obstacles and learning from their mistakes and I really like that. Makes them more educational in my opinion, in the areas of manners & learning common sense and such. The ones prior to these new ones with the pie man and his wife are ok too, but I like that the new ones don’t have a “bad guy” in them. “

Strawberry Shortcake: Bloomin’ Berry Garden; It’s time for garden growing fun with Strawberry and her friends as they prepare for the Spring Flower Festival! Released 2012

Storyline: But when magical sparkles make the Berrykins grow tall and the girls shrink down small, they discover that even when they’re tiny, they can make a big difference. It’s gardens, giggles and girl power in these berry exciting adventures!

It’s time for garden growing fun with Strawberry and her friends as they prepare for the Spring Flower Festival! But when magical sparkles make the Berrykins grow tall and the girls shrink down small, they discover that even when they’re tiny, they can make a big difference. It’s gardens, giggles and girl power in these berry exciting adventures!

Strawberry Shortcake: Sky’s the Limit By Hasbro, 2009

A sudden storm leaves Berry Bitty City with a gigantic problem. Strawberry Shortcake and her friends will have to move their whole tiny town unless they find a way to safely remove a huge boulder that threatens everything they hold dear. The storytelling Mr. Longface Caterpillar says he has an easy solution. Strawberry reluctantly agrees to follow him in an adventure-filled journey in search of his fabled Geyser Stone. When that journey ends in failure, Strawberry loses faith in herself. Can her friends restore her “Sky’s the Limit” attitude to help lead them to save the town?

Prior to 2009

Strawberry Shortcake – The Sweet Dreams Movie: If you believe in your dreams, anything is possible.

Strawberry Shortcake has a dream of fresh new field of berry bushes – enough for everyone. But, when the greedy Peculiar Purple Pieman rolls into Strawberrry Land, he decides to steal Strawberry’s dream – and everyone else’s dreams, too!

In order to stop the Purple Pieman and his evil plan, Strawberry and her friends must travel to the Land of Dreams. Along the way, these special friends learn the value of working together to make dreams come true.

Strawberry Shortcake – Adventures on Ice Cream Island

When Honey Pie Pony meets other horses on Ice Cream Island in “Horse Of A Different Color,” she thinks she should move there – so she can be with those who look like her. But once she realizes how much her human pals need her back home, she reconsiders. Then, in “The Festival Of The Fillies,” Honey Pie is thrilled to join in the annual festivities on Ice Cream Island. After she attracts the attention of a nasty horse show owner, though, the kids must work together to keep her and the other horses out of his reach.

To watch Strawberry Shortcake meets the Berrykins and other 1980s TV Specials read our article here.