KidCheck Children's Check-In System Give Thanks

5 Ways to Give Thanks All Year Long

The week of Thanksgiving is a great time to reflect on the elements of life, that you’re most thankful for – this could include family, friends, good health, a job, or even something as simple as food and water.  Thankfulness means different things to different ...
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KidCheck Children's Check-In System Securing Your Facility

Securing Your Facility – Simple Changes That Make a Big Difference

Last week KidCheck children’s check-in hosted the “Improving Safety in Your Children’s Ministry” workshop for local churches in Idaho. One of the workshop goals was to share actionable, specific best practices that can be used to create a safer environment in children’s ministry. Some of ...
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KidCheck Child Check-In Allergies

Preventing Allergies from Overtaking Your Children’s Ministry

Last week KidCheck children’s check-in hosted the “Improving Safety in Your Children’s Ministry” workshop for local churches in Idaho.  One of the workshop goals was to share actionable, specific best practices that can be used to create a safer environment in children’s ministry.  Some of ...
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KidCheck Children's Check-In System Support Video

Understanding Your Children’s Check-In Through Video

Studies have shown favorable results of the effect video has on learning performance. It’s thought that those who receive video instruction score higher on recall than those who don’t. Most people are visual learners and prefer to receive a video demonstration which then can play/replay ...
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Children's Ministry Tools

Free Book Giveaway – Sunday School That Works!

Are you crazy about books? Looking for some inspiration to take your children’s ministry to the next level? KidCheck is excited to giveaway two free copies of Sunday School That Works! For the next two Monday’s, Sept 15 & 29th, KidCheck will announce and contact the ...
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Parent Communication Tools

Parent Communication – It’s Time to Reach Out

It’s been proven that when parents or guardians participate in their children’s activities, children simply do better. With  staff dedicated to making parent engagement a priority, coupled with the use of a dynamic communication tools, the barriers to parent involvement, such as time, location, and ...
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