Evolutionism is not science! Rather it is atheistic naturalism masquerading as science. True science points to God.
Are your children learning how science points to God? Are they seeing the glory of God in their science studies?
Do you have trouble finding resources that teach children to think critically about scientific issues? Is it difficult to find resources that help you interpret the world of nature for children within a Biblical framework? If so, read on for help.
This is the 2nd article in a series covering these six categories of Recommended Resources:
1. Creation Science
2. Creation Science For Kids
3. Creation Museums
4. Intelligent Design
6. Christianity, Culture, & Vocation
Each resource is accompanied by a brief description of what it provides. Listing of a resource simply means the resource has significant value. It does not mean that I endorse everything in it.
2. Creation Science For Kids Resources
Note: Many of the Creation Science Resources listed in the previous post can be used with kids, but those listed here are particularly kid-oriented. The Creation Museums listed in the next post in this series are also kid-friendly and appropriate for children.
Not all of the following resources are explicitly creationist (watch out for “millions of years ago”), but all are helpful in teaching kids to scientifically investigate God’s world.
Bible-Science for Kids—Part 1
Bible-Science for Kids—Part 2
These two blog posts list a variety of creationist resources for kids, mostly from Answers in Genesis or the Institute for Creation Research.
Creation Science 4 Kids (CS4K)
CS4K celebrates the amazing world God made for all who love to learn new things about nature and science without a bunch of big words. It helps people understand the differences between evolutionary thinking and young earth creationist thinking. It’s run by a 2nd-generation homeschooling mom, pastor’s wife, and science lover who believes that God spoke everything into existence in six 24-hour days (Genesis 1) and that the world that then was perished in the global flood of Noah’s day (2 Peter 3:6).
The Homeschool Scientist (THS)
THS seeks to equip and encourage homeschoolers by removing fear and adding fun to science education. THS includes experiment ideas, curriculum choices, science resources, and advice.
KidQuest Science Adventures
KidQuest seeks to inspire kids to learn and discover with real, fun, and exciting hands-on science that gets them out of the house and into nature. A series of workbooks and guides feature experiments, observations, games, and discovery activities.
The Kitchen Pantry Scientist
Features simple experiments in biology, chemistry, food science, and physics.
This is a free iPhone/iPad app with science experiments that can be done at home. It features easy to follow, step-by-step instructions with pictures and simple explanations of the underlying science. The premium version ($5) has unlimited associated videos. Created by the Kitchen Pantry Scientist.
The Science Explorer
Thirty science experiments for kids.
Fun Science Gallery
Many science experiments in a wide variety of areas.
Contains fun experiments, games, science fair projects, challenging quizzes, interesting facts, amazing videos, worksheets, lessons, and images. Subjects include biology, chemistry, physics, space, weather, and animals.
Steve Spangler Science
A large library of hands-on science experiments, science fair projects, professional demonstrations, and science videos available online. Subscribe to the Experiment of the Week to receive a brand new hands-on, kitchen science experiment and a high-quality video featuring the experiment’s steps each week by email. This is not creationist-oriented, but it has lots of science experiments you can do at home.
Creation Clues for Kids
This is a quarterly newsletter for kids from Creation Clues. It highlights many interesting creatures from the perspective of a commitment to Biblical Creation — 6 literal Creation Days 6,000 years ago and a worldwide Genesis Flood.
Soli Deo Gloria.
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3. Recommended Resources – Creation Museums
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©William T. Pelletier, Ph.D.
“contending earnestly for the faith”
“destroying speculations against the knowledge of God”
(Jude 1:3; 2 Cor 10:4)
Wednesday July 23, 2014 A.D.
For the LORD is a great God, and a great King above all gods, in whose hand are the depths of the earth. The peaks of the mountains are His also. The sea is His, for it was He who made it; and His hands formed the dry land. Come, let us worship and bow down. Let us kneel before the LORD our Maker. (Psalm 95:3-6)