Preschoolers love to sing! When looking for some new Preschool Worship Videos, I found some from NewSpring Church. They have done a great job of making videos for preschoolers. You can view them for free on YouTube. Here are some of the songs we are doing with the preschoolers at our church.
Finding new songs for kids worship can be challenging. We don’t have a team dedicated to leading worship in our kids ministry so we like using Kids Worship Videos. I was looking for some new Kids Worship Videos and came across some new videos by Summit Creative Company. They are available on WorshipHouseKids.com. There are several things I like about these videos:
Are you looking for new kids songs? Here is a list of names / groups that you can search in YouTube. These videos would be applicable for different situations. Some are great to use for teaching Bible verses, some are good for pre-service tunes & some are great to use during Kids Worship Time. Each of the names listed below has several videos on YouTube so there’s lots to preview.
Go to YouTube, and search the following:
Nate Bristol – His songs have motions to go with them performed by NRUMC Kids. Be sure to search both names on YouTube.
Seeds Family Worship also found at seedsfamilyworship.com
Jump Start 3 also found at jumpstart3.com
Ambersky Records also found at amberskyrecords.com
Shout Praises Kids also found at shoutpraiseskids.com
Go Fish Guys also found at gofishguys.com
Hillsong Kids also found at hillsong.com/kids
What other music videos do you use in your Kids Ministry? Add your ideas to the comments section below.
Do you have a Kids Worship Team at your church? Do you want to start one? Here are some ideas that will help your Kids Worship Team go from good to great!
#1. It starts with the leader. The Kids Worship Team Leader should love to worship God & see kids worshiping God. It’s all about what comes from the heart, and it’s got to start with the leader.
#2. Adult Helpers. Have a team of adults who work with the leader. The adults learn the songs with the kids & help lead them in the kids rooms.
#3. Practice. This should happen in a number of ways. The team should get together a minimum of once a month to learn new songs, and work on current ones. Have someone video tape these rehearsals and upload the video to YouTube or Vimeo so that everyone can review the actions/words to the songs at home. Edit the settings on these videos so that only the team members are able to view them for practice purposes only. Ask kids to practice the songs at home so that they know them really well when it is time to sing on stage.
#4. Energy & Enthusiasm. You may need to coach the kids on this one. They may have to move out of their comfort zone to sing a little louder or do the actions with a little more enthusiasm. Encourage them to give God their best! If the adults & kids on stage are enthusiastic about singing, chances are that the kids in the audience will be too. I also suggest showing the kids an example of a Kids Worship Team in action. HillsongKids have great videos of kids worshiping.
#5. T-shirts. If you have Kids Ministry T-shirts, or Kids Worship T-shirts, get the kids to wear them! It helps them feel like they are part of the team!
#6. Keep it Simple. As you look for new songs, look for songs that are not too complicated. Lots of verses with lots of words are harder for kids to learn.
#7. Make it Visual. If possible, have the words on a screen for kids to read. Even if the kids can’t read, the leaders in the room probably can, and they will appreciate having the words on the screen. Put the words on a motion background, or use a Worship Video to add interest to the visual component. WorshipHouseKids is loaded with options.