Adventures in Creation is an early elementary science curriculum designed to bring the Bible to life and instill a love for science. Through exploration, investigations, and biblically inspired stories, your students will discover that science is a wonderful tool God has given us to study His creation. They will learn more about His nature as they ask questions and experience God’s world through science.
Adventures in Creation is hands-on fun, easy to prepare for, and it will encourage your student’s curiosity! First grade level students can complete the lessons in approximately 20 minutes. This one-year course is designed to be studied three times a week.
This course includes:
- Engaging experiments and activities to bring learning to life
- Memory verses with hand motions to help students memorize Bible passages
- Discussion Starters that encourage students to dive deeper into the topics they’re learning
- Activity pages for students to create their own Science Notebook to share
Students completing this course will:
- Learn that the study of science starts with the Bible
- Explore the days of creation and learn about the amazing things God designed on each day
- Discover that science teaches many lessons about God and about our relationship with Him
- Develop a love for science through hands-on exploration and experimentation
- Compile a Science Notebook as they document their discoveries and share what they’ve learned with others
This course is designed to be interactive with students, as they are given the opportunity to stop and discuss answers to questions in the text. The course explores questions such as:
- What is light made of?
- How do clouds form?
- What is photosynthesis?
- Why does the moon have phases?
- What are the layers of the ocean like?
- How does the heart pump blood?
Students will be able to answer these questions and many more as they investigate their way through God’s creation.
Adventures in Creation is Level One of the Let’s Talk Science curriculum designed to teach children how science supports the Biblical account of God’s creation.
Table of Contents
- How We Study Science
- The First Day of Creation
- Light Is Made of Colors
- Light Waves
- The Second Day of Creation
- Condensation and Evaporation
- The Water Cycle
- The Third Day of Creation
- Earth Layers
- Leaves and Photosynthesis
- Flowers and Pollination
- The Fourth Day of Creation
- Moon — Surface
- Moon — Phases
- The Fifth Day of Creation
- Layers of the Ocean
- The Sunlit and Twilight Ocean Zones
- Deep-sea Creatures
- The Sixth Day of Creation
- Animal Habitats
- The Circulatory System
- Uniquely You
- The Five Senses