Easter Sunday is coming up, and for many families, traditions involve getting families together to do egg hunts, go to church service, and have a big lunch or dinner.
For others, the day might involve chowing down on Peeps and chocolate bunnies or reading biblical passages about the resurrection. You might also want to throw a movie into the mix. Luckily for you, these 11 Easter movies for kids run the gamut from secular to religious portrayals of Easter.
This fun kids' flick focuses on the son of the Easter Bunny, who would much rather pursue his passion for drumming than take on the family business of delivering baskets of candy and eggs to kids.
Available to stream on Peacock, and to rent on most other streaming services.
This one's not really about Easter, but it's full of talking bunnies so hey, let's bend the rules a little and say it counts. It's definitely a modern take on the Beatrix Potter classic story that takes plenty of liberties, but your kids will love it.
Available to buy on Amazon Prime, Vudu, Google Play, YouTube, and Hulu.
'It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown'
Slightly less known than It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, the franchise's Easter special It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown is about Linus's insistence that there is an Easter Beagle who will fill all the gang's baskets with goodies.
Available to stream on Amazon Prime, Google Play, Vudu, YouTube, and Apple TV Plus.
'Peppa Pig — The Easter Bunny'
If you can't ever get your kid to watch anything but Peppa Pig, you probably aren't alone. And there's good news for you. There's a Peppa Pig Easter special where Peppa and her friends go on an egg hunt at Rebecca Rabbit's house.
Available on YouTube, NickJr.com, Amazon Prime, Google Play, and Apple TV Plus.
'Veggie Tales: An Easter Carol'
If you want a movie that centers more on the religious themes of the day, Veggie Tales unsurprisingly offers up a special that is almost a sequel of sorts to A Christmas Carol, teaching Ebenezer Nezzer the importance of Easter and its connection to Christmas.
Available to buy on Vudu, Google Play, and Apple TV Plus.
'Veggie Tales: 'Twas the Night Before Easter'
The title for this second Easter special from the Veggie Tales crew is a spin on the Christmas poem "A Visit from Saint Nicholas," centering on a reporter learning the true meaning of Easter. Again, given the Veggie Tales series, it's no surprise that this one takes a more religious-centered approach.
Available to buy on Apple TV Plus.
'Guess How Much I Love You: An Enchanting Easter'
Based on the beloved children's book classic, this special has Little Nutbrown Hare trying to convince her friends a magical snow-white fawn she rescued was real.
Available on Amazon Prime, YouTube, Apple TV Plus, and Google Play.
Bad Clyde casts a spell banishing Benny the Easter Bunny to the Land of the Holiday Misfits, where he meets Santa Claus. Together they work to get Benny back in time for Easter in Easter Land.
Available on Tubi, Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play, Vudu, and Apple TV Plus.
'The Easter Bunny Is Comin' to Town'
For some holiday nostalgia, introduce your kids to this '70s Rankin-Bass classic, which is essentially an Easter sequel to Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town. It's also less than an hour long, so it may even hold your kid's attention the entire time, but no promises here.
Available to buy on Amazon Prime.
'Dora's Easter Adventure'
This Easter episode of Dora has the adventurer and her trust sidekick Boots aiding the Hip-Hop Bunny in retrieving his basket before the big Easter egg hunt. It's another Easter special that plays out in an easy way that's approachable for little kids' short attention spans.
Available on YouTube, Amazon Prime, Google Play, Vudu, and Apple TV Plus.
'Prince of Egypt'
Easter traditionally happens during Passover week, and while the celebration is observed far more by the Jewish community than Christians, parents who want their kids to know more about the story of Moses leading the Jews out of Egypt and receiving the Ten Commandments will appreciate this DreamWorks movie. Plus, it has a killer soundtrack.
Available on Hulu, Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play, Vudu, and Apple TV Plus.