Geoscience Research Institute
The website of this Adventist research organization provides links to a wealth of information for students and teachers of Science or Religion. The Institute uses both science and revelation to study the question of origins. Links provide access to a wide...
AAAS Science Benchmarks Online
Science benchmarks from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
The Project 2061 publishes Benchmarks for Science Literacy and Science for All Americans to answer "the question of what constitutes adult science literacy, recommending...
Apologia High School Science
Grade 7-Grade 12
A Christian high school science curriculum that is readable, easy to understand, and has experiments which can be performed in a small or home school. The curriculum is backed by a question/answer support system.
Audubon Society Website
The National Audubon Society provides many free resources about birds, ornithology, and environmental education. There are tips for how to bring nature into the classroom and how to teach outside. They also sell an environmental education program for grades...
CK-12 FlexBooks Library for STEM courses
Download and customize USA standards-aligned flex-books using content available free online. Texts are structured by chapters including learning activities. Assemble books with desired chapters, add to a flexbook shelf, save and name books, and distribute...
Classification of Living Things Unit
Grade 6-Grade 12
Designed for biology, life science, and ecology courses, this unit's contents include four lessons, a web quest, assessments, powerpoint files, and videos. The objectives are, "students will be able to:
-Describe various methods of classification
A Christian creation magazine for the family. Creation Illustrated's three sections on nature, Scripture, and living provide a balance of mental, spiritual, and physical enrichment in each edition. Creation Illustrated is published quarterly (beginning in...
Ethical Choices in the Genetic Age, Part 2: Embryonic Science
Zuccarelli explores new advances in genetic medicine and states, "In less than three years, reproductive cloning has been eclipsed by stem cell biology with its conceptual power and medical potency". This article presents a comprehensive overview...
Experimenting on Humans - A Christian Perspective
"Christians have an obligation to adhere to a higher standard of conduct as they seek to expand the horizons of science while living out their faith. This obligation raises some significant issues: reasons for such research, moral cautions, choosing the...
Grade 1-Grade 12
The Exploratorium is a museum of science, art, and human perception. The site includes instructions for over 500 simple experiments, hands on activities
, a variety of online exhibits,...
Experience math and science with hundreds of interactive visual aids called gizmos. Browse the gizmo catalog by academic standard, grade and topic, or textbook correlations. An excellent resource for class or individual learning. Paid Subscription Required.
Exploring Nature with Children - A Series of Nature Activities
Grade 1-Grade 4
Each of the following three nature themes - trees, insects, and puddles - is "built around a central exploration activity. This activity is used as a basis for integrating other areas of the curriculum. Units are designed to be used as a 'theme for the...
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made
The authors, a renowned surgeon and a professional writer, offer insight into the marvelous details of the human body and draw analogies to the relationship of Christ to His church.
Frank Potter's Science Gems
Dr Potter's site is an excellent resource to find science web and math resources. He updates his site regularly and also indicates suggested appropriate grade levels for all sites.
God, Nature, and Learning - An Integrational Approach
Taylor asserts the need in Christian education for an integrational approach to the study of God and nature.
This paper was presented at the 2nd Institute of Christian Teaching.
God, the Sparrow, and the Emerald Boa
Baldwin talks about good and evil in both nature and human beings. The seven biblical principles discussed here regarding the effect of sin on nature show how the Christian may discern God’s loving character in nature and also the marks of Satan’s...
Grade 5-Grade 8
Designed with elementary teachers in mind, this website offers lesson activities to determine the four basic tastes. There are also activities that link the relationship between the senses and the brain, discussion questions, web-links, and suggested readings....
Green is an Important Part of the Spectrum
This article by Joy Veverka showcases what one school is doing to “go green” while using such opportunities to provide outstanding learning experiences for their students. The projects at Rogers Adventist School include solar panels, a wind turbine, and a salmon tank.
Here a Bug, There a Bug
Online lesson plans for a kindergarten bug project, linking two schools in different geographical regions by email. Students explore, find, count, learn about, describe, and classify various insects, both those found at their school and those found at the...
How Should Christians Treat Animals in Research?
Using animals in medical research is a highly contested issue. In this article, Mark F. Carr offers several proposals that he hopes will encourage Adventists to move away from research that causes pain and suffering for animals.