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The Great Dinosaur Mystery TIPS FOR SUCCESS
Here are some great ideas for teaching kids about dinosaurs. Craft ideas, room decoration ideas, teaching tips, and more! Go…
TAKE KIDS ON THE DINOSAUR DISCOVERY TRAIL
Here’s a fun way to introduce young people to dinosaurs using Internet multimedia. Go…
ANSWER THEIR QUESTIONS
Kids have plenty of questions, that’s for sure. Browse through our extensive list. We even provide the answers! Go…
Videos are available to public schools on a FREE-loan basis. Titles include The Great Dinosaur Mystery, ORIGINS: How the World Came to Be, The Case for Creation and more. More Info
NINE IDEAS FOR EDUCATORS
Dinosaurs are at peak popularity, with kids and adults alike fascinated with them. Here are some ideas that may encourage you to get involved in educating others about dinosaurs. Go…
OUR FREE LESSON PLANS
USE THE CREATION SUPERLIBRARY
We provide lessons for various ages, including teens and adults. Plans include handouts, activity ideas, etc. GO
Here’s a great resource you shouldn’t miss. The Creation SuperLibrary supplies answers on a wide range of Creation/Evolution questions. Go…
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Quality materials are available directly from us—books and videos. Be sure to browse through our online catalog. Cool Stuff
Puzzles, peg games, memory games, crossword puzzles, a quiz, coloring pages, and much more. Go…
“A” IS FOR ADAM
From Answers in Genesis, these catchy teaching tools provide great information for teachers, easy-to-learn rhymes for kids, and coloring pages! Don’t miss “A” is for Adam and “D” is for Dinosaur.
“D” IS FOR DINOSAUR
SHARE GOD’S STORY, from the beginning
Share God’s story by starting with Creation. Many children have no Christian background. They are much like the “Greeks” that the apostle Paul spoke to at Mars Hill, they lack foundations to understand the Gospel. In Paul’s time, in presenting the Gospel to a Jew, you could proceed directly discussing the Messiah. The Jews understood the foundations. But if you started at the same point with a “Greek” who knew nothing about the foundations, the message sounded like foolishness. So Paul and Peter used a different technique with the “Greeks”, they
started at the beginning, in Genesis--introducing the Creator, Creation, the Fall, man’s nature, God’s judgments, etc., before moving to Christ, the Messiah. Use our online multimedia presentation or our handy video.