Bible Investigators Creation
Bursting with 90 brain-teasing puzzles, 40 Bible passages and 30 concepts regarding God’s creation, this lesson-and-activity book will give kids aged 8-12 skills to investigate the Bible for themselves–like a real investigator!
As kids apply logic and solve challenging puzzles, they will dive deeply into Scripture and examine the Bible’s account of creation, picking up lots of skills for reading and interpreting the Bible.
As well as lots of puzzles, there are journalling boxes for kids to make observations and reflect on what they have learned.
Great for use in homeschools (independent work, morning time or Bible lessons) and also great for churches to use with kids.
Fun for road trips and rainy days too!
The book includes a link to free downloads that include reproducibles for more than one child, so families or classes can easily work together.
2 in stock
SKU (ISBN): 9781784989415
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: February 2024
Publisher: The Good Book Company
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