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Q: What are “Evolution Stumpers”?

“Evolution Stumpers” are scientific facts that support creation and question evolution in a positive way by asking rhetorical questions. Unlocking the Mysteries of Creation by Dennis Petersen, was a great inspiration for these. Because a well-established belief in creation is foundational to our Christian faith, these Evolution Stumpers help build their faith and also provide […]

Q: How do I go about teaching a lesson?

Each lesson begins with preparation directions. Then the vocabulary words are listed, with the meanings and language roots included. An introduction follows that is to be read aloud. Many of the lessons include a song which covers scientific definitions set to original music, but also have a spiritual application. Then an activity helps the student […]

Q: Are there tests?

We have included review questions as well as crossword puzzles to test the mastery of vocabulary words. However, we also suggest a very effective method of review. By creating their own notebooks, the child claims the material as his own in a way that doesn’t happen by just studying for a test. In addition, the […]

Q: What topics are covered?

Considering God’s Creation begins with creation, continues with the solar system,  a study of the earth, first of non-living things, including rocks and weather. It then goes on with the Plant Kingdom, the Animal Kingdom, animal anatomy & physiology, and finally human anatomy and physiology. If you were to purchase books to cover each of […]

Q: Will a child know everything he needs to know when he finishes this book?

This question relates to a basic premise that the public school system has the latest revelation about what a child should be expected to know when. Children who have used Considering God’s Creation have tested well on the achievement tests, but we really need to consider an issue that is far more important. We need […]

Q: How can I adapt the program for younger and older students?

Considering God’s Creation was designed primarily for 2-7th grade children. However, there is some flexibility either direction. One of the reasons that Considering God’s Creation can be easily adapted to younger grades is that the lessons are done orally with music and activities. Also, the notebook pages are very visual so that even young children […]

Q: Is it a textbook or a “hands-on” approach to learning?

Neither! Traditional textbook science programs are primarily reading assignments which focus on science vocabulary and comprehension. For younger or slower readers, this can really bog them down and keep them from enjoying science. The non-traditional “hands-on” science programs have a lot of creative ideas, but they often call for materials that are hard to find […]