Bible Science Lessons

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Fireworks in a Glass – 4th of July Science Experiment

Fireworks in a Glass - 4th of July Science Experiment What would 4th of July be without fireworks? The following science experiment will demonstrate how students can create “fireworks” that are safe and fun and will illustrate some basic tenets of our Christian faith. Material: • Water • Oil • Food coloring (red and blue) • Tall […]

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“Layers of Freedom” Fourth of July Lesson & Science Experiment

“Layers of Freedom” Fourth of July Lesson & Science Experiment This lesson doubles as a science experiment, showing kids how to layer liquids in a glass. It also will show them some things on this patriotic holiday about diversity, tolerance and how God uses freedom to keep us strong. Materials: • Clear Karo syrup • […]

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The Ascension & Helium: An Ascension Science Experiment

It’s no great revelation to kids that if you let go of something, it will most likely fall to the ground. However, Jesus rose on Ascension Thursday!  Check out our guest post over at Christian Homeschool Moms, where we use balloons to introduce the concept of Jesus rising up to heaven and His promise that we […]

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May Flowers Science Experiment: What Gives Flowers and Plants Their Aroma

Our May Flowers activity for this year involves something a little less known by kids—herbs! If you grow fresh herbs or know somebody who can give you a few snips from their garden—great! If not, you can do this experiment with the herbs that sit in the containers on your spice rack! In this Bible science […]

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Pollution in a Fish Tank: An Earth Day Science Experiment

Pollution in a Fish Tank: An Earth Day Science Experiment Earth Day gives children a chance not only to learn about keeping our world clean, but also to appreciate the ways in which God designed our world.  This science experiment using a fish bowl will give kids an up-close look at how pollution takes hold […]

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How Lungs Work: A Health Science Experiment

Check out our guest post over at Christian Homeschool Moms!  This fun science experiment for World Health Day can help spark awareness for the World Health Organization (WHO) by helping kids appreciate healthy lung function…as well as learn a couple things about how our faith lives and breathes! How Lungs Work: A Health Science Experiment […]

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Demonstrating the Strength of Eggs: A Bible Science Experiment

Check out our guest post over at A Moment in Our World!  It’s a fun (and easy) Easter Science experiment to show the magnificence of His creations!  When we accept Jesus into our hearts, our spirits are like eggs.   They are strong, but they are new. Jesus wants us to grow out of our shells and into […]

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Illustrating Light and Dark – A Spring Science Experiment

The first day of spring, or the Vernal Equinox, falls on March 20th. Everyone knows they can look at their calendars and find the first day of Spring, but some kids may not know this day is known as the vernal equinox. Check out our guest post over at Christian Homeschool Moms, where we are […]

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