Frequently Asked Questions
1. You are allowed to use a Kidswise mini movie purchased by your church as a kids spot in a streaming online service or pre-recorded online service, however, the Kidswise logo and credits must be shown. No profit is to be made from the showing of a Kidswise mini movie.
2. If using a Kidswise script purchased by your church as a kids spot in a streaming online service or pre-recorded online service, you must reference that the material is produced by Kidswise. All scripts must be purchased by the church using them either as an individual purchase or under a current Kidswise Membership.
3. If you are sending Kidswise material home with parents that your church has purchased (either as an individual purchase or under a current Kidswise Membership), you must reference that it's Kidswise material.
4. The Kidswise logo must not be stretched, skewed or distorted in any way. Do not recolour, add a drop shadow or add any other effects.
These permissions will cease once the pandemic is over.
Please contact the Kidswise Manager for further clarification.
No. Mini movies purchased by your school/church are for use within your church/school. Each organisation must purchase their own copies of Kidswise mini movies for use within their organisation.
Yes, as long as your SRE ministry comes under your church’s ministry.
Yes. But you can not share these with other SRE teachers.
No. Every individual, church or school must purchase their own copies.
Kidswise mini movies are expensive to produce. Sale of each mini movie enables Kidswise to keep producing more mini movies.
Picture Books (ages 1-2)
No. The picture books are for use by leaders in the lessons. Scrapbooks which have the same text as the picture books, along with crafts made by the child, is what is given to each child at the end of each term.
Under 5s + Club Programs
Under fives and club programs are cyclic programs. They are repeated every 2, 4 or 7 years depending on the program. As such they are purchased once and used by a church again and again.
Special Religious Education (SRE)
No. Kidswise material is not a government-approved curriculum.
Yes! A select number of Kidswise mini movies has been approved by CEP (Christian Education Publications) for use in Scripture classes.