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Top 5 Best Christian Animated Movies for Kids

Updated on February 9, 2014
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Teaching Children Christian Principles Through Movies

One of the most effective, creative and fun ways to teach children Christian principles and values is through the use of animated Christian movies for kids. The parents can buy animated Christian movies for family entertainment and use the Biblical themes of the movies to raise godly children with high emotional, moral, social and spiritual intelligence.

Christian production companies producing Biblical animated movies for kids produce them with a central message of Scripture, but presented in a child-friendly, fun, humorous and creative way that inspires the child’s imagination, teaches moral ethics, Biblical principles and values and gives the parents the opportunity to teach the children the morale of the movies and answer their questions, expanding more on what the Bible teaches.


The following are the top five (5) best Christian animated movies for children according to the companies that produces them, and not by individual movies.


No.1: Veggie Tales Series

Created by Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki in 1993 through their company Big Idea Productions, Veggie Tales series are the top best Christian animated movies for children ever, and loved by teens and adults, too. Veggie Tales animated movies for kids features vegetables and fruits in stories conveying Christian moral themes and Biblical values and lessons. They retell Biblical stories and include humor, creativity and a central learning theme for the child while keeping the Scripture message intact. With rich colors, great children’s songs and music, high quality animations, 3Ds and the lively characters also advances the child’s thought about the fact that vegetables and fruits are good for children.

There are more than 50 Veggie Tales movies and episodes to choose from. The cheap and best place to watch or buy Veggie Tales movies online is Amazon. Watch Veggie Tales Christian movies instantly with Amazon Instant Video.

No. 2: Hermie & Friends Series

Based on Max Lucado’s books, Hermie – A Common Caterpillar Christian cartoon movie for kids was first created in 2003, and since then the Hermie and Friends Series has become one of the best, fun-filled and exciting animated Christian movies for kids. Take adventures through the Bible with Hermie & Friends as they share prayers and words of guidance, wisdom, and encouragement. These Hermie & Friends Christian cartoon movies for children will inspire kids’ imagination while they learn good Christian values.


No. 3: The Chronicles of Narnia

Produced by WonderWorks Productions based on the Bible-based children’s fantasy series written by theologian C.S Lewis, The Chronicles of Narnia series is an adventurous Christian movies for children that draws the young minds into the magical, dangerous land of Narnia with its talking animals, mythical creatures and plunges them into the age-old battle of good and evil.


No. 4: 3-2-1 Penguins Series

From the creators of the best Christian animated movies for kids Veggie Tales, comes 3-2-1 Penguins - a hilarious new series filled with fun, flightless birds and Bibical values. If you like Veggie Tales Christian movies, you will love 3-2-1 Penguins. Big Idea Productions incorporates good Biblical teaching, moral and humor into lively characters backed by joyful music, color and high-end animation.


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No. 5: McGee And Me

Tyndale House Publishers’ McGee and Me series Christian movies for children will welcome your kids to the world of Nicholas, a normal kid who continually finds himself in not-so-normal situations. With his best friend, cartoon McGee, they always seem to learn valuable lessons from their wild adventures. If you like radio programs of Focus On The Family, you will love these imaginative episodes in color, music, cartoons and special McGee wisdom clips.


Good Christian movies based on Biblical themes are produced not only for entertainment but to teach us God’s principles. Children from ages 2 to 12 years old are a special group of people because the values we teach and instill in them becomes part of them as they move on to becoming teenagers and adults. Children can learn ungodly things from secular television and movies. So why not make your family entertainment fun and godly with Christian animated movies?


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      dailytop10 4 years ago from Davao City

      I love veggie tales! Thank you for sharing!

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      Mommy Maile 4 years ago

      We love Veggie Tales, but I had for gotten the Hermie & Friends Series and I hadn't heard of McGee And Me! Thank you for sharing these! I think my kids (6 and 4) will love the new shows and I know I love the message.

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      Kejanny 4 years ago from Port Moresby

      DailyTop10

      Thanks for visiting this hub. I love Veggie Tales, too!

      MommyMaile,

      I'm glad you found this hub useful in some way. You sound a great mum and I'm sure you're raising your children to be the best. Best regards, Kejanny.

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      Tirralan Watkins 4 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

      Thanks for the tips Kejanny. My kids watch Veggie Tales, but I've been wanting to get them some more faith based DVDs, so thank you for the article!

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      Aga 4 years ago

      Very nice list! I love The Chronicles of Narnia!

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