||Kids' EE also provides opportunities
for children to relate to the adults and youth who are their
team leaders. We recognize that at this age children need and
are looking for strong role models. They want genuine relationships
with adults they can trust and with whom they can communicate.
|Through their relationships with their team leaders, children
in Kids' EE can experience meaningful associations that have
the potential for lasting influence.
Kids' EE Methods Reach all Children's Learning
|Kids' EE introduces the materials for learning through
methods that appeal to children's primary learning styles. These
learning styles are based on the use of visual, print, auditory,
kinesthetic, and tactile materials.
||Many children prefer to learn through visual materials
over against printed materials. Therefore, Kids' EE has developed
a complete set of visual materials for use in teaching children
the gospel presentation. The character of Farley weaves the
materials together and provides a common reference for the children
|Teaching with objects such as a slime egg, which is used
to tell the Rotten Egg illustration to show man's sinfulness,
appeals to children who want to touch and feel and have hands-on
learning activities. In the Unit on Man, children learn this
illustration and use slime egg to tell it. Every unit includes
some object that provides a concrete illustration of one of
the key concepts that is taught in that unit.
Kids' EE methods and approaches strive to provide
children with numerous experiences that involve demonstration, discussions,
practice and actual teaching of others. Through the Kids' EE methods
of teaching and the use of the Kids' EE materials, children are
able to effectively learn and retain the Kids' EE Gospel Presentation.