Bible Science Lessons

21 christmas bible activities

21 Christmas Bible Activities for Kids!

21 Christmas Bible Activities for Kids!  It’s the Christmas Season!  And you need fresh ideas to keep your children focused on the true meaning of Christmas during the flurry of excitement that can easily overwhelm us!  We’ve put together 21 of our favorite Christmas Bible Activities to help.  From the Family Advent Activity Schedule and fantastic object lessons to crafts, games and […]

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Fall Science Experiment: What’s Inside a Pumpkin?

Fall Science Experiment: What’s Inside a Pumpkin? This fall science experiment will get children excited about examining the guts of a pumpkin, which is normally thrown out at carving time. They will see nutrition where they thought there was none, and they’ll make a great leap to comparing pumpkin seeds to Bible verses. All kids […]

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Science Project: Make a Static Powered Dancing Ghost

Science Project: Make a Static Powered Dancing Ghost Halloween CAN be a fun day instead of a scary day!  Check out this easy science project that turns a spooky day into a happy day – a day to celebrate God’s light instead of Darkness! Material: • A piece of tissue paper • A balloon • […]

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Handmade Parachutes Craft & Science Experiment

Summer creates provide many uplifting opportunities. With less time in school, there is more time to pursue our other interests. We can “fall” fast and hard from our winter activities, or we can float more slowly.  What goes up, must come down. We are “up” all year with school work and clubs and lessons. Even […]

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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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GODS LIGHT GODS LOVE SCIENCE EXPERIMENT

God’s Light/God’s Love: A Science Experiment

Summer solstice seems to be the day when there is more light than ever. However, the truth is that the light is always shining; it’s just that we move closer to it and farther from it. It’s the same with God’s love and light. It is always available to us, even when we feel like […]

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“A Glass Half Full” Science Experiment

All of us are exposed to a ton of advertising that encourages us to want more and more “things” we don’t need in our lives, while neglecting to teach us to appreciate things like God’s love and the eternal life that awaits God’s children in heaven. We can learn to be grateful for all the […]

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