This product, which is the Family Bible Films, is a collection of animated biblical stories centered around famous people and stories of the Bible. They are colorful, full of exciting narration and are captivating. The question is will the content and concepts of the stories have any merit with the children?
It seems that almost every week there is a new video coming out of some delightful character to grab the attention of the youngsters and of course at the top of the popularity list are the Disney films. The Family Bible Film productions may not have the same glamorous budget to work with to create their christian videos based on stories of the bible, but they do appear to be well done and have good quality animation that is key to grabbing the youngster’s attention. For those that want to familiarize their children with the teachings of the Bible then this product seems to be an appealing resource. The initial offer is a Free DVD of the first two episodes, then following this you will receive a new episode every month or so, but this comes with a fee.
The producers of this product claim that this product is an ideal way to capture the children’s attention to teach them the important lessons of the Bible. They claim that the young ones will gain a better understanding of the Bible and it brings the stories to life.
There are few areas that the marketers must really zero in on to create the type of hype they need to make their product a success. They must appeal to two target markets which are the children, then the payers or buyers of the product. For the children the producers only need to follow in the footsteps of the makers of any animation which includes making the finished product colorful audio appealing and a good story line. For the parent’s attention the hype has to focus on the fact that the product can make Bible teaching fun and appealing to the children which in turn makes it much easier for the parent who is intent on this type of religious teaching.
Initially the first two series episode is free with only having to pay the shipping costs of $5. Then this automatically signs you up to receive a monthly new episode for the price of $18. which includes the shipping.
The biggest commitment will be on the buyer of this product to spark the children’s interest, then from that point the Family Bible Films should carry on in that department. You may also want to consider interacting with the kids with the downloadable learning guides that you will have access to. The kids will have to commit to following through with watching the videos, but how popular they are will be evident in how enthusiastic they are about next month’s episode arrival.
For the price of the $18. each month your youngster can access the videos from any device that will connect to the internet. Plus they are getting some opportunities for interaction through the lesson guides. When you take into account how all too often so many of the children’s videos today can be centered around violence this series is a welcoming change. Of course it depends on the religious beliefs of the families and whether these Family Bible Films are within keeping of those beliefs.
Final Family Bible Films Review
We are going to give a solid Try/Buy rating because the concept behind this product is a good one in that it is based on strong christian values. It helps to encourage children to take an interest in the Bible in an interactive way. There are lots of Bible Trivia games on the market but they are usually more applicable for the older children whereas the animation that this product possesses is really intriguing for all age groups.
It is important to understand that you do have the option of cancelling any episode ten days prior to receiving it, but this does not cancel your entire membership. It is recommended that you read over the agreement carefully before sending away for your Free DVD of episode 1 and 2 as this activates your membership. As mentioned in previous children’s toy reviews when you can entice a child to interact it is stimulating for them just like we talked about in the Doodle Bright Review.