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  1. Jesus for Kids, DVD
    Jesus for Kids, DVD
    Vision Video / DVD
    $8.99 Retail: $9.99 Save 10% ($1.00)
    1 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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    CBD Stock No: WW648598
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  1. 1 Stars Out Of 5
    December 30, 2009
    Jason Morgan
    Cartoon has a narator reading the bible verse word by word and animated characters acting out he scenes. The kids were completely bored because of the use of a narator. The content was great, but if it doesn't keep a child's attention then the product does not work. I do not recommend this product
  2. 1 Stars Out Of 5
    December 26, 2006
    Barb
    I've been shopping around for videos to show my grandkids and Sunday School kids. I liked the idea of this video (Jesus for Kids) because of it stating that it was geared for 4-6 yr olds and because attention spans at this age can be challenging. 10 minutes per story sounded good. Unfortunately, I was terribly disappointed. First, I saw nothing on the case that warned me that it was not fully animated. It's just narration and the one guy doing all the voices. This I found is very boring and confusing for this age. And the same music throughout all the stories, left me kind of numb. The most upsetting was the inclusion of way too much detail of the horrible deeds of King Herod during The Story of the Nativity. Children of this age should not focus on the death of innocent babies and witness a mama and her baby terrified of what was about to happen. They only need to know of King Herod's jealousy of the New King and that Jesus was protected from Herod. There are ways of including the truth without focusing on the horror. Several other people I talked to were also floored of this inclusion. The other stories were OK, but the things I discussed above makes me inclined not to use this video anymore. I did show the first story, but I had to skip over the Herod part, of course. And the only comments from the kids during it was about the lack of different voices. They didn't pay attention to the story of Jesus and actually said they wanted to do something else. The next week I showed The Beginner's Bible version of the Nativity, and all the children (including my grandkids) watched the whole thing (all 30 minutes). It took a little creative license by using a little humor, but we were able to discuss it successfully because they were paying attention to the story of Jesus.
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