Graphics for teaching
It has long been recognised that children (and adults) will retain more information through visual stimuli. Even with a talented storyteller and communicator, kids will remember 75% of what they see compared to 13% of what is heard. Including graphics also supports those kids that are visual learners.
Visual resources for kidmin
If you're looking for quality visual resources for your kidmin programs, then check out the resources offered by Eikon- Bible Art. Their stunning graphics can be used in many different contexts in children's ministry- Sunday morning, mid-week programs, kids' segments in church and more. And the prices are affordable, with some free downloads.
These powerpoint slides and packs provide the image you need.. you tell the story in your own words.
Variety of resources available
You will find a large library of powerpoint files and packs for your Bible lessons and stories. These downloadable files include powerpoint slides and printable activity sheets. You may be more interested in collections of still images for your lesson needs and these can be found on DVD. There are short, downloadable films. Legends of Faith are available as comics/ ebooks. A missionary focus is being developed with stories such as Jim Elliot, David Livingstone and Mary Jones in the Tales of Truth series.
Check out the introductory clip from Eikon Bible Art.