Lessons for kids to explore the nature of light and to know Jesus
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Paperback / softback
Publisher: Carpenter's Son Publishing
Number of Pages: 128
Width: 13.9 cm
Height: 20.3 cm
Have your kids wondered about light and related subjects? Did you also know that light is mentioned over 260 times in the Bible, often referring to Jesus as the light of the world? Would you like to explain the concepts on light as well as present the truth about God as the creator of light and our redeemer? Lightlab is an ideal book for children between ages 8 and 11 to teach them about the nature of light and Jesus as the light of the world. It consists of twelve lessons on the characteristics of light, with engaging hands-on activities and Bible studies. Throughout the book, the ideas of light science and Christianity are sequential and build on the previous chapter to maintain continuity. Children will learn about light sources and their electromagnetic nature, the ways light travels, shadow formations, reflection and refraction, the colors of light, and more. An addition: They will also enjoy much history and various glimpses from the lives of scientists Michael Faraday and James Maxwell, who were devout Christians. The Bible studies revolve around God as the Creator and His plan for mankind through Christ Jesus. They explain our sinful nature and our need for a relationship with God. They emphasize the importance of reading God's Word to know who He is, how He wants us to live, and how we can enlarge His kingdom by being salt and light so the whole world will know that He is Lord.