Notebook for Considering God’s Creation (Physical copy)

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UPDATE 6/3/2022: Good News!!! We have a limited number of newly printed Considering God’s Creation workbooks available for $20 + S&H available now. We will determine if we can reprint again based on responses to this offer.

This 272-page lap-book style elementary science notebook will captivate children with God’s amazing creation and arouse their interest to learn more. This low-cost, high-quality product will bring your students pride and pleasure and may well be the one book that they hold onto for the rest of their lives.

Along with the Considering God’s Creation Teacher’s Manual, this may be used as a stand-alone science course or as an invaluable supplemental resource for any other program. A Charlotte Mason type discovery approach is easily implemented with creative activities, music and topical Bible studies, making this program a perfect choice for a homeschool family or a classroom. Notebook delivered as an Adobe Acrobat PDF eBook.

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Weight 2.19 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 8.5 × .875 in

3 reviews for Notebook for Considering God’s Creation (Physical copy)

  1. Jessica

    My friend showed me this book that she picked up. I was so impressed with the various worksheets for studying the lives of scientists and nature studies! I’m going to buy this today! I like how there is a PDF version that I can just print out as needed.
    Thanks for this amazing resource!

  2. Sylvia Brown

    But isn’t there still a printed version? I like to have it all together and not have to spend a lot on paper and ink.

    • Betty Smith

      I just saw your question today. No, we do not have printed copies of Considering God’s Creation at this time. Betty Smith

  3. Jenni

    I have taught this curriculum through twice and love it! We added other resources and projects and did it over two years (basically earth science and plants one year, and animals and human body the following). It requires very little time to prep. I recommend it for 2nd-4th grade, but younger siblings could do some of the projects alongside older ones.

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