Who is this App For?
Parents and teachers who are looking for a simple, kid friendly way of sharing bible stories with children.
What Does It Do?
When you open the app, the first thing you see is the map pictured here. Though it resembles a treasure map, it serves as a simple timeline for students to navigate the larger Biblical narrative. Starting with creation, children are introduced to many of the key characters and stories from the Bible. The content is presented in a cartoon format that includes professional narration, interactive graphics, and biblically accurate storytelling. While not every detail of every story is included, each story is presented in a way that is true to the message and spirit of the original text. Taking a closer look at the "Behind the Scenes" website, it becomes very clear that biblical accuracy was a "non-negotiable" for the makers of this wonderful resource.
Beyond just telling the stories, younger readers are pulled in by different challenges and rewards that pop up along the way. Instead of passively watching each story, kids are invited to poke around, complete various activities, and to collect different spiritual elements within the story, "Fruit of the Spirit" or " Armor of God." Kids are rewarded for rereading and for answering questions correctly about each story.
Whether you're a parent, teacher, grandparent, aunt or uncle, this engaging, entertaining and polished app is something you have to check out for yourself. Use the links below to download the app and join the millions of users who have been blessed by this wonderful storybook Bible for children.
For more information, visit their website: https://www.bible.com/kids
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