If you add holiday movies to your homeschool plans like I do, you’ll love this list of Easter movies for kids of all ages!
These movies for kids will make a great addition to your Easter homeschool ideas or just a fun family movie night in the weeks leading up to the Easter holiday.
You could save them for sick days, if you’d like, or even show them during lunchtime to keep the kids engaged and quiet while they eat.
Easter Movies for Kids
This collection of family friendly movies is perfect for celebrating Easter with the whole family.
Hop – He was destined to be the Easter Bunny, but all he wanted to do was rock!
When teenage E.B. leaves for Hollywood in pursuit of his dream to become a rockstar drummer, he meets Fred, an out-of-work slacker with his own lofty goals.
Together the two encounter a series of hilarious mishaps and misadventures and in the end help each other recognize the importance of family.
Pocoyo Easter Egg Hunt Patrol – Pocoyo and his friends celebrate Easter this year with a very special video! Are you ready to catch the chocolate Easter Eggs too?
The Dog Who Saved Easter – Easter is approaching, and the Bannisters are going on a family cruise.
When their beloved dog, ZEUS, can’t go, Belinda makes the difficult decision to have him stay at Alice’s dog care facility where Zeus quickly meets new friends.
When a competitor hires a criminal to sabotage Alice’s operation and force her out of business, it’s up to Zeus and his new friends to save the day!
The Easter Bunny is Comin’ to Town – The Easter Bunny is Comin’ to Town is a Rankin and Bass holiday classic featuring stop motion animation and narrated by the legendary Fred Astaire.
The feature is a fun, playful, retro 50-minute Easter story with an uplifting message that teaches kids about the origins of Easter traditions such as Easter Egg Hunts, Egg Rolling Contests and Easter Bonnets.
Guess How Much I Love You: An Enchanting Easter – The little bunny, who lives with his father in the valley, sees a solid white fawn one night playing in the remaining snow. He tries to convince his father and his friends–a fox, field mouse and squirrel–that the fawn exists, but no else sees the fawn.
On the advice of an owl, the bunny and his friends travel over to the next valley to look for her, and it’s quite an adventure. The film ends on Easter night with the bunny and his father saying how much they love each other.
Dora’s Easter Adventure – Dora and Boots wait for their friend, the Hip-Hop-Bunny, to bring his basket filled with eggs and treats for their big Egg Hunt, when Swiper swipes the basket and throws it far, far away into the Rainbow Garden — where it’s headed for a waterfall!
Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade – Scrat and his prehistoric pals from Ice Age are back with all-new animated content about a daring rescue that turns into the world’s first egg hunt.
Plus, enjoy even more Scrat nut-tiness with tons of behind the scenes Scrat!
An Easter Story – It’s the day before Easter, but there aren’t enough eggs and there isn’t enough dye. Time is running out for the Easter Bunny!
Maybe two young boys have the answer. Could all the children of the world help out by coloring their own eggs?
This is An Easter Story kids will think of at every Easter Egg Hunt!
Peter Rabbit – Peter Rabbit and family wreak havoc in hopes to win back the Manor House of Old McGregor and the affections of their neighbor, Bea.
Yogi the Easter Bear – Yogi and Boo Boo awake from hibernation on Easter morning. Yogi brags that his ancestor gave the Easter Bunny his start, and drags out the family album to begin his story.
Easterland – When the villainous Bad Clyde casts an evil spell to banish the beloved Benny the Easter Bunny to the dreaded Land of the Holiday Misfits, Santa Claus and his trusty sidekick, Gargaff the Reindeer, spring into action and embark on an epic, multi-dimensional journey that takes them from the North Pole to lands undreamt of, all to rescue Benny and save the Easter holiday for children everywhere.