1. Get involved in the classroom.
- Evolution Exposed helps combat the messages found in high school biology textbooks.
2. Watch what your children watch.
- Carl Kerby discusses how to use the media to teach discernment in his book Remote Control.
3. Study as a family.
- Many parents have found the Answers Books for Kids series perfect to teach to their younger children during family time, as well as A Faith to Grow On.
- It All Begins With Genesis was designed for ages 11–13, but also works well with a variety of age levels.
- The Pilgrim’s Progress curriculum was written to work with younger and older students simultaneously.
- Answers Academy and Defending Your Faith are good resources to use with older children. Ages 16 and up can also participate in online classes with Answers Education Online.
- The Kids4Truth curriculum (www.kids4truth.com) spans a multitude of age levels.
- Courses such as Precept on Precept by Kay Arthur provide instruction on how to study the Bible.
4. Supplement their learning.
- The God’s Design series works with grades 1–8 in science.
5. Look for everyday moments.
- Books such as Life in the Great Ice Age, Dinosaurs of Eden, and Why is Keiko Sick? will help establish a connection between the Bible and the world around you.
6. Minister to other children.