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Using colorful animation, fun characters, and great lessons, Paws & Tales is an exciting tool for helping build godly character into kids. Based on the “Paws & Tales” nationally broadcast radio program presented by Chuck Swindoll’s Insight for Living, the Paws & Tales videos communicate biblical truth and show kids how they can apply it to real life. Kids will be captivated by the adventure, caught up in the laughter, and carried away in the fun . . . and the whole time they'll be on their way to understanding solid Bible theology. This first DVD in the series, based on Psalm 23:1 and Proverbs 10:25, teaches kids that God cares for them. The DVD features two full-length animated episodes, music videos, an e-book, activities, and parent resources.
Chuck Swindoll comments to parents: “Laying a good spiritual foundation in your children is essential . . . and even better when it’s reinforced early and often. Paws & Tales is a great tool for helping you build godly character into your kids.”

Product Details

Published:
February 1, 2011
Binding:
DVD Video
ISBN:
978-1-4143-4107-1

In this children's DVD from Tyndale and Chuck Swindoll, children learn Biblical truths about God's love in gentle episodes. Joining a few bears, a fox, and even a beaver and a moose, children learn to work through problems such as shepherding sheep and building a treehouse, all while learning to trust and depend on God. Being an Early Childhood instructor and childcare provider, I enjoyed this DVD. The lessons are light enough to teach Biblical truths while not intimidating children. That said, the situations are easy to relate to, and teach good lessons that all children need to hear, and be reminded of often. The length of each episode is just right - about 20 minutes each. There is also a good song in the middle that teaches about God being the good shepherd and watching out for his children. This served well to break up the two episodes. This DVD could be geared toward children ages 4 to 7, but younger children will enjoy the clear, colorful animation, and older children will find it humorous and short enough to not get bored. Here is how my eight-year-old son responded to the DVD: What did you learn from it? I learned how to be a good shepherd by looking out for things. I learned that we're supposed to have a good foundation. We get the foundation from Jesus. Did you find it entertaining? Yes! It was funny. Would you watch the rest of the series? Yes! It was really funny and it was a good show. Who is your favorite character? All of them. They are all funny. What would you change to make this DVD better? I would have made the song shorter. So there you have it! If you have young children, or work with young children, you will benefit from this DVD.

In this children's DVD from Tyndale and Chuck Swindoll, children learn Biblical truths about God's love in gentle episodes. Joining a few bears, a fox, and even a beaver and a moose, children learn to work through problems such as shepherding sheep and building a treehouse, all while learning to trust and depend on God. Being an Early Childhood instructor and childcare provider, I enjoyed this DVD. The lessons are light enough to teach Biblical truths while not intimidating children. That said, the situations are easy to relate to, and teach good lessons that all children need to hear, and be reminded of often. The length of each episode is just right - about 20 minutes each. There is also a good song in the middle that teaches about God being the good shepherd and watching out for his children. This served well to break up the two episodes. This DVD could be geared toward children ages 4 to 7, but younger children will enjoy the clear, colorful animation, and older children will find it humorous and short enough to not get bored. Here is how my eight-year-old son responded to the DVD: What did you learn from it? I learned how to be a good shepherd by looking out for things. I learned that we're supposed to have a good foundation. We get the foundation from Jesus. Did you find it entertaining? Yes! It was funny. Would you watch the rest of the series? Yes! It was really funny and it was a good show. Who is your favorite character? All of them. They are all funny. What would you change to make this DVD better? I would have made the song shorter. So there you have it! If you have young children, or work with young children, you will benefit from this DVD.