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God made a promise to Noah and his family.PDF Download
Fossils don't take millions and millions of years to form!PDF Download
The world before the Flood and the world after the Flood looked very different.PDF Download
Before God sent the worldwide Flood, He told Noah to build an Ark to keep himself and the animals safe.PDF Download
Did you ever think about how the oceans got there?PDF Download
Our feet help us walk, keep our balance, and direct our paths. Now, our feet can’t actually be wise, but we can make wise choices in the paths we choose.
We use our hands to work, and God gave us amazing hands; different hands than the hands animals have.
It’s fun to experiment with how our tongues work, but what’s most important about our tongues is what kind of words come off them.
Would you like to explore some of the qualities of cotton first-hand by performing a fun experiment
Is God really there? Find out the answer to this question and more by doing some fun science experiments.
Have you ever wondered if air has weight?
Our brains use our sense of sight to interpret the world around us. So what happens when we see optical illusions?
Have you ever heard of chromatography?
This children's activity shows how to make a fossil using a few household items.