Study - Noah
Betty Lukens Felts
Adam and His Kin by Ruth Beechick - we do not recommend
this book for young children who are easily confused to facts. This is a fictionalized account
of the Bible from Adam up to Abraham. However, it is a good resource for parents and older
teens for a good perspective.
The Genesis Record by Henry Morris - again, this is
a good resource for parents and older children. Written by a scientist, it gives a good perspective.
Lessons from History - Creation to 100 BC by Gail
Schultz - a good resource for parents. It gives listings of books and suggested activities
for the study of various men of history.
Children's Atlas of the Bible by Nicola Baxter
In the Days of Noah by Gloria Clanin - the first part
of the book is a fictionalized account of Noah, and may not be suitable for children who could
easily be confused by the facts. The second part of the book has a number of excellent facts.
It will give the parent a good perspective on Noah.
Life in the Great Ice Age by Michael & Beverly
Oard - a fiction work based on what life could have been like after the flood and the tower
of Babel, during the Ice Age.
The Weather Book by Michael Oard - includes
information on the changes that took place in weather during and after the flood.
Simple Weather Experiments with Everyday Materials
by Muriel Mandell
The Usborne Book of Weather Facts
Inventor's Handbook Weather by Tim Walker - includes
materials to make a weather station
The Weather Handbook in the Running Press Workshop
Kit - includes materials to make a weather station
things we covered:
Noah, a preacher of righteousness
Making it rain inside
Weather tracking and prediction
Tower of Babel and languages
Shem, Japheth and Ham and their descendants