As a mom, one of the things I worry about is what my kids come across when streaming videos. Even the most vigilant parents have probably had a moment when they had to ask, “WHAT are you watching?” Even videos designated for kids can be really problematic, and parental controls aren’t always helpful.
That’s why I think you’ll love Minno, a streaming platform with endless hours of faith-filled kids shows and devotionals.
According to the company, “create and curate shows kids love and parents feel great about. Each episode on our platform is rigorously reviewed to ensure our content is entertaining, educational and theologically accurate.”
On Minno, you’ll find shows like: Top shows on our platform include VeggieTales, Bibleman, Owlegories, Minno 5 Minute Family Devotionals, and Minno Church at Home.
And you won’t have to worry about the recommended videos at the end of what your kids are watching!
My kids will be taking a road trip soon so I’m looking forward to letting them watch Minno while we drive. Entertain them and fill their heads and hearts with truth? Win, win.
Another way, we can do that as parents is by teaching them to study God’s word and contemplate how it applies to their lives, which is exactly what the Minno Laugh and Grow Bible for Kids does. There are 52 Bible stories, followed by thought-provoking questions and guided prayer. Written by Phil Vischer, who created Veggie Tales, the Minno Laugh and Grow Bible for Kids is colorful and bright and walks children from Genesis to Revelation with words and images they can understand and relate to.
Until 4/30/2022, the Bible came with a coupon for two free months of Minno streaming, which was a great deal, but even if you missed it, the Minno site has a deal for two of the Bibles for only $25. You can buy it here.
Minno is a great resource for families, but I could also see using it in our church as well. My husband and I used to lead kids’ worship every Sunday, and we were always looking for good videos to fill the time if the sermon ran long. Minno would help with that for sure!
Disclosure: I received a copy of the Bible and a complimentary subscription to Minno for review purposes.