The handiwork of our Creator can be seen all around us, within us, and even right on our fingertips. The uniqueness of our fingerprints points to the biblical truth that we’re fearfully and wonderfully made (Psalm 139:14). And their incredible design highlights the Creator and his work. One of our upcoming Explore Days—a full day of hands-on science and biblical worldview teaching for grades 4–12 here at the Creation Museum—focuses on forensics, including fingerprinting.
These Explore Days, which also teach students to have a truly Christian worldview, have been extremely popular since we first introduced them. Children and teens love exploring science in such a hands-on way while learning what Scripture says concerning the science field being studied. There’s really nothing else like it offered at any other museum (or anywhere else!). And forensics is just one of the topics that children can choose to study. We also offer:
Children and teens love exploring science in such a hands-on way while learning what Scripture says concerning the science field being studied.
These workshops fill up quickly, so be sure to register early to avoid disappointment. Learn more on our Creation Museum website. The museum is located in Petersburg, Kentucky, west of the Cincinnati Airport.
The uniqueness of our fingerprints points us to the Creator and the truth that we’re made fearfully and wonderfully. And in a children’s book by Dr. Jennifer Rivera of our staff, children will discover the uniqueness of their fingerprints, their pattern, and God’s design. Included are 23 pages of activities related to fingerprinting. Order Dr. Rivera’s The Work of Your Hand for your home library today. Bring the fun of fingerprinting and patterns home to your family.
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