We live in a world where technology is a must. Even in schools, children use technology, and most jobs require at least a basic knowledge of how to use computers, etc. This can be hard for parents who wish to limit screen time. The best thing parents can do is give their children wholesome, educational content to watch on the computer or tablet. These LDS kids videos are all wonderful options for children to watch.
13 LDS Kids Videos That Are Educational & Spiritual
How to Cope with Bullying – Let Us Be Kind
Bullying has become quite common, and it can be easy to give children poor advice on how to manage the situation. This animated video is a great example of how children can handle a bully. It’s easy for kids to watch and understand, and gives a valuable lesson!
Samuel and the Star
This video shows the story of Samuel in an animated, fun-to-watch way. It’s a great example of sharing our testimony with others, even when they might have different beliefs than us. No matter how many times Samuel is kicked out or harassed, he speaks of Christ coming.
The Goal: A Story of Faith, Friendship, and Forgiveness
Kids can get caught up in what’s going on in their lives, and have a hard time seeing how their actions affect others. This video is a great example for kids of how to handle forgiveness and maintaining friendships.
The Shiny Bicycle
This video is an excellent example of how children should handle situations when they make mistakes. Everyone makes mistakes, it’s human nature. But how we handle them is important!
Self-Compassion: Be Kind to Yourself
Sadly, it has become more and more common for people to struggle to find compassion for themselves. We can help combat this by teaching children the importance of treating ourselves with kindness and compassion.
The Coat: A Story of Charity
This video is an animated re-telling of a true life story from the childhood of President Heber J. Grant. It’s a short, sweet story showing an amazing example of charity. Charity and service are essential values we must teach our children.
Songs Sung and Unsung
Sometimes life is hard, and there’s nothing we can do about it. Everyone has their bad days. This animated video is a great metaphor to show that we can lean on other’s positivity to get us through our own hard times. It’s also an excellent reminder that we are all essential and important to Heavenly Father’s plan.
This video is an animation of a metaphor by Dieter F. Uchtdorf. It explains that truth is true, even if no one believes it. Everyone has different opinions on what they believe the truth is, but only Heavenly Father’s truth, is the real truth.
Continue in Patience
This video by Dieter F. Uchtdorf is a great reference for children and adults. It talks about patience in the Lord’s plan. It can be hard to wait for promised blessings. But waiting will always bring a greater reward than indulging in worldly things.
Life is full of spiritual whirlwinds. We must build our foundation upon the Lord and Jesus Christ so that we can withstand the whirlwinds. This animated video has a great metaphor and example of building a strong foundation!
This video is educational about the history of dynamite while providing a metaphor for our spiritual dynamite. It talks about the importance of family history and the temple in our lives.
Going to Grandma’s
This video has multiple messages inside of it. For children – it shows that adults ask them to do things they might now want to, such as wearing a seatbelt, because we love and care about them. And for adults, leaning on God for advice, patience, and more can help us learn to get through to our children.
I Am a Child of God
This video is a combination of lots of people, young and old, singing the popular hymn – I am a child of God. This hymn is an important reminder for every child that we are all God’s children and that He loves us unconditionally.
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Final Thoughts On These LDS Videos for Kids
We hope you and your children enjoyed these videos as much as we did. The more educational and positive content we can show our children, the better! Are there any videos you would recommend for children? Comment them below so we can add them to our list.