27 Of The Best Easter Movies For Kids To Watch

27 Of The Best Easter Movies For Kids To Watch

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Easter is a day when people worldwide celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It’s heartwarming to witness how the entire family comes together in the celebration of this holiday.

On Easter morning, children go on a candy hunt and fill their Easter baskets with the candy and eggs they find. After an afternoon of collecting eggs, chocolates, jellybeans, and beautiful gifts and feasting on yummy food all day, they might want to unwind by watching a holiday movie. Try Easter movies for kids

Grab a bucket of popcorn or your favorite snack and binge watch some of the best Easter movies for kids.

27 Easter Movies For Kids

1. Peter Rabbit

Peter Rabbit

Peter Rabbit continually raids Old Mr. McGregor’s Garden for vegetables and puts himself into trouble as a result! All of that, however, is about to alter. Will Peter reclaim control of the vegetable patch, or will he be met with resistance? This animated comedy will have your children laughing out loud.

Where to Stream: Vudu

2. Rise of the Guardians

Rise of the Guardians

When the boogeyman, Pitch, thinks that children should believe in him rather than the Guardians, he terrorizes their dreams, turning them into nightmares. To stop him, the Guardians will have to work together. First, however, they will have to seek assistance from an unlikely source- Jack Frost. Will Jack be able to summon his inner hero to foil Pitch’s grand plan?

Where to Stream: Vudu

3. It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown

It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown

This is a lovely journey through the spring ceremonies that children will love. Peppermint Patty’s failed attempts to explain how to create Easter eggs to Marcie is hilarious. Snoopy dancing with bunnies within a kaleidoscope, Sally going to the mall to buy a pair of platform shoes, and Woodstock’s luxuriously outfitted bachelor-pad birdhouse are among the highlights of this slightly bizarre Peanuts trip.

Where to stream: Prime Video

4. The Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments depicts the tale of Moses, a reticent leader who finds the fortitude to lead his people to freedom despite trials and perils. The remarkable narrative of The Ten Commandments features Moses, an ordinary man with a special purpose. It’s Moses’ coming-of-age narrative, a tale of brotherly rivalry, and an epic tale of deliverance. The most fascinating feature of The Ten Commandments is that the tale continues to be one of the most powerful, relevant, and popular.

Where to stream: Prime Video

5. Here Comes Peter Cottontail

Here Comes Peter Cottontail

Junior Cottontail, Peter Cottontail’s son, must preserve Easter from Irontail and Jackie Frost and show that he has what it takes to be the next Easter Bunny. Junior seeks the help of Flutter and Munch. Together, these unlikely young heroes go on a once-in-a-lifetime journey.

Where to stream: Vudu

6. The Prince of Egypt

The Prince of Egypt

The Prince of Egypt, one of the finest animated pictures, tells the tale of two brothers Moses and Rameses II. Their ultimate clash will permanently transform the world as one. The movie transports you to ancient Egypt and tells the Biblical tales of Moses’ tragic voyage in the basket to the miraculous parting of the Red Sea.

Where to stream: Prime Video

7. Hop


The Easter Bunny (aka E.B.) wants to move to California and become a rock ‘n’ roll star. However, his dad won’t let him leave the family’s candy business. The Easter Bunny travels to Hollywood, where he meets Fred, an unemployed slacker. The two are thrown into a sequence of amusing mishaps. Will the Easter Bunny stick to his dreams or leave his dreams behind? Your children might want to make Easter eggs after seeing the beautiful Easter Factory.

Where to stream: Netflix

8. Joseph: King of Dreams

Joseph: King of Dreams

Joseph may be his father’s favorite son, but his ten envious brothers sell him to an Egyptian. Will Joseph, the interpreter of dreams, forgive his siblings? The animated narrative vividly depicts Joseph’s travels in Egypt and how they led him to trust God’s plan. While offering kid-friendly entertainment, the movie instills important values of leadership, faith, forgiveness, and appreciation for family.

Where to stream: Prime Video

9. The Easter Parade

The Easter Parade

If you’re searching for a family-friendly Easter movie to enjoy, The Easter Parade is a perfect one. When Don Hewes’ dancing partner, Nadine Hale, abandons him, he wagers that he can turn any chorus girl into a star. And he selects Hanna Brown. This is a delightful lighthearted movie with a treasure trove of musical numbers and spectacular dance sequences.

Where to stream: Prime Video

10. The Miracle Maker

The Miracle Maker

This astonishingly accurate “stop-motion animation” depicts the story of Jesus Christ as he ministers in Galilee in his last years before being crucified. It’s a classic and an enduring Easter flick that children will enjoy. Grab some popcorn and bring some friends to see the movie as it takes you through Jesus Christ’s astounding miracles.

Where to watch: Prime Video

11. Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo

Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo

An overexcited Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, and Piglet pay their friend Rabbit a visit to celebrate Easter. Instead of Easter celebrations, they encounter Spring Cleaning Day celebrations headed by Rabbit, who invents the festival to replace Easter. Will Roo, Pooh, Eeyore, Tigger, and Piglet be able to convince Rabbit to celebrate Easter?

Where to stream: Prime Video

12. The Dog Who Saved Easter

The Dog Who Saved Easter

Sent to a doggie daycare facility, Zeus, a golden retriever, foils a sabotage plan by crooks from a competing kennel while his human owners, the Bannisters, are on a cruise. Zeus makes new friends and foes as he puts in all his efforts to save the daycare and Easter.

Where to stream: Amazon

13. Yogi The Easter Bear

Yogi The Easter Bear

Yogi and Boo Boo have a history of getting themselves into trouble. This time, they find themselves hunting for the Easter Bunny as they attempt to save the town’s annual jamboree, which they unintentionally destroyed before it even began.

Where to stream: Prime Video

14. Pieces of Easter

Pieces of Easter

Alza Bennett’s car breaks down, leaving her stranded in an alien town. She must rely on Lincoln, an unfriendly farmer, to get to her estranged family’s house in time for Easter. They have only three days; will they make it? Will this unusual pair be able to set aside their differences and become friends? This entertaining and hilarious comedy will have you laughing out loud and introspect about what matters the most in life.

Where to stream: Prime Video

15. Dora The Explorer: Dora’s Easter Adventure

Dora The Explorer: Dora's Easter Adventure

Dora and Boots can’t wait to see Hip-Hop Bunny, but unfortunately, the sly Swiper has swiped his basket of eggs! The Easter Bunny needs Dora and Boots’ help to retrieve the Easter basket and save the day.

Where to stream: Prime Video

16. Easter Land

Easter Land

Evil Bad Clyde banishes Benny to the Land of the Holiday Misfits, where he meets Santa Claus and his reindeer Gargaff. Together, they work to return Benny in time to celebrate Easter in Easter Land.

Where to stream: Prime Video

17. Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit

An inventor Wallace and his faithful dog Gromit battle bunny invaders in this animated film. But as they work to save the town, they discover that these bunnies aren’t your ordinary rabbits. Wallace’s awkwardness and Gromit’s wit are sure to get everyone laughing.

Where to stream: Prime Video

18. Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade

Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade

This tale depicts the world’s first Easter egg hunt where Sid gets into a bit of trouble by becoming a nanny to watch over the eggs and discovers that keeping track of eggs is harder than he thought. There are several beautiful scenes that honor families and demonstrate how members bond together when one is in a jam.

Where to stream: Prime Video

19. Easter Someday

Easter Someday

An overworked young girl wishes herself into an alternate universe called “Someday.” To return home, she faces challenges from a giant rabbit with magical powers and follows mysterious clues.

Where to stream: Amazon

20. Veggie Tale: An Easter Carol

Veggie Tale: An Easter Carol

Bob the tomato and Larry the cucumber teaches Ebenezer Nezzer that Easter means more than plastic eggs and chocolate bunnies when he tries to tear down a church to build his Easter-themed amusement park. The film brilliantly depicts the Easter tale while also conveying some meaningful messages. This is a must-watch Easter story for kids.

Where to stream: Prime Video

21. Zootopia


Although this charming Disney movie isn’t specifically about Easter, it follows Judy Hopps, a bunny cop, and a clever red fox Nick Wilde, as they try to solve a mysterious case in the animal metropolis they guard and live in.

Where to stream: Prime Video

22. Veggie Tales: ‘Twas The Night Before Easter

Veggie Tales: 'Twas The Night Before Easter

This is another fantastic Easter fare for children. When reporter Marlee Meade learns that the old town theatre will be closed, she devises a plan to save the stage and use the power of musical theatre to make a difference. Marlee, who has a desire to help others, learns the true meaning of Easter in this Veggie Tales special.

Where to stream: Prime Video

23. Benhur (2016)

Benhur (2016)

This Easter story with an interesting tweak is ideal for older kids. This timeless classic tells the story of Christ’s life and crucifixion through the perspective of Judah Ben-Hur, a Jewish prince. He is wrongly imprisoned and meets Jesus several times throughout his life.

Where to stream: Prime Video

24. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

This live-action adaptation of Roald Dahl‘s classic fable is one of the best Easter movies for children to watch while they relish Easter eggs and buns. The film transports you to Mr. Willy Wonka’s mysterious chocolate factory and follows the adventures of five children who earn a golden ticket to tour the beautiful factory studded with chocolate waterfalls and vanilla grass.

Where to stream: Prime Video

25. Rabbit School: Guardians of the Golden Egg

Rabbit School: Guardians of the Golden Egg

Max, a young stealing bunny, finds himself in an old school. He discovers the Easter Rabbits’ secret skills, faces a devious fox family, and learns about friendship with the help of rabbit girl Emmy.

Where to stream: Amazon

26. The Easter Egg Adventure

The Easter Egg Adventure

Egg Town is home to hens and bunnies who live in peace. A bakery robbery leads the residents of Egg Town on a search for the thief. All the Easter eggs have been stolen. An innocent individual has been wrongfully charged. Harriet Hare, a teacher, comes to the rescue.

Where to stream: Amazon

27. The Lion of Judah

The Lion of Judah

This is another fantastic Easter movie for kids. This fascinating journey follows a group of animal companions as they go to Jerusalem to save Judah, a lamb who believes he is a lion. His Bethlehem barnyard companions—a rooster, a cow, a donkey, a pig, a horse, and a rat—embark on an exciting quest to save Judah. Your children may chuckle at the scenarios these animals find themselves in as they travel and begin their search for Judah. It’s a tale of bravery, faith, and steadfast hope.

Where to watch: Prime Video

Easter is a time when we reflect on the Gospel’s promises, recalling its message of love, joy, hope, and mercy. Watch these flicks after the Sunday services or after a delicious supper. With our list of Easter movies for kids, you’ll have fun, learn some Easter lessons, and have a much-needed holiday break with your children and the entire family.

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Harshita Makvana

Harshita is a graduate in commerce and holds a PG Diploma in Patent and Copyrights Law from NALSAR University. She has also pursued CA and has more than three years of internship experience in auditing. Her love for travelling has taken her to various parts of the world, and writing the travelogues was what brought out her love for content writing.... more