Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Awesome Science - Explore the Grand Canyon with Noah Justice

I cannot explain how refreshing it was to watch a dvd about one of our National Parks without all the 
"millions of years" talk clouding up the experience. Often times we have to stop the program and take 
time out to make sure the kids have caught the difference between the evolutionary theory and that of
the creation theory - which we believe to be true and factual. Not only that, but it was done in such a way that explains the scientific reasoning behind why we believe what we do. 

We are explorers. We love a good adventure - or an adventure story - and this dvd totally fit the bill! 
The boys all enjoyed it, but the best part is - they were able to recall the information after it was over. 
I loved having the study guide to go over the review questions immediately following the dvd. It was a great way to solidify what they'd learned. 

Explore the Grand Canyon with Noah Justice   Explore the Grand Canyon with Noah Justice - Study Guide

Purchase the dvd's and you can download the study guide to go with it FREE!!! 
(If you would prefer - the study guides can be purchased in print for just $3.99)

Learn facts and information that will teach your children why the Bible can be trusted as the Earth's History book! Why does the Grand Canyon point towards the biblical record of the flood verses the evolutionary theories version that says it formed over millions of years? Find out for yourself in this interesting and top notch dvd from New Leaf Publishing Group/ Master Books.

I hope you'll enjoy it as much as we do! The boys want to watch it again and again. 

A new fun feature brought to you by Master Books:

*Have you seen the "Creation Education Station" from Master Books?

*I received a free dvd from NLPG for my unbiased review of their product - the opinions are my own - If you purchase the 
dvd through the affiliate link attached to the pictures I will make a profit for our homeschool - thank you! 


Jennifer said...

That looks like so much fun! I bet my girls would really enjoy it.

Theresa said...

Grand Canyon is on my bucket list!