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Christian Cartoons for Kids: Quality Content for Young Viewers

The Beginners Bible

Best for ages: 2-6

The Beginners Bible brings a childhood favorite book to life through colorful animation. This is a great way to introduce young children to the Bible for the first time.

Click here to watch full episodes. (Note: Because these free Christian cartoons for kids are available via YouTube, ads may appear at the beginning of the content.)

Clean TV Shows on Netflix for Kids

As mentioned before, these aren’t necessarily categorized as Christian-based television. But they’re clean, wholesome shows you can feel good about letting your kids watch.

The Magic School Bus Rides Again

Best for ages: 5-12

That’s right, Ms. Frizzle is back but now it’s her little sister at the wheel. The classic cartoon is revamped and continues to provide STEM-based content your kids will want to watch again and again.

Beat Bugs

Best for ages: 4-8

Five friendly bugs navigate the world around them—all from the safety of their backyard. The best part? All the songs in the series are from the Beatles. A win for kids, a win for parents.

Word Party

Best for ages: 2-5

The Jim Henson Company is behind this toddler-friendly cartoon featuring four baby animals. Each episode features a character trying to learn a new word around topics like colors, opposites, jobs and more. The animals refer to the audience as “big kids” and ask for their help learning the new words.

No matter which streaming service you choose, you’ll rest easy knowing the content is faith-based, clean and age-appropriate for your kids. Once you pick your favorite, you already have a list of parent-approved, kid-favorite options to start streaming!

Your Turn…

Did we miss any of your favorite Christian streaming services or Christian cartoons for kids? If so, please share in the comments below!

This article about Christian cartoons for kids originally appeared here.

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