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  • New Astronomy Book


    Includes the best ways to observe the heavens, along with the most up-to-date astronomical data
    From theory to prictice, here is a solid presentation of the universe from a young-earth, creationist perspective
    Shows Biblical glimpses of the heavens, as well as through Christian history!
    Includes a 24-inch, full-color pull-out poster!

    If you watch the stars at night, you’ll see how the change. Many ancient pagan cultures taught that the changing stars caused the seasons to change. Unlike these pagan teachings, the Book of Job gives credit to God for both changing stars and seasons (Job 38:31-33). When Job looked at Orion, he saw about what we see today, even though he may have lived as much as 4,000 years ago. This gives us a direct connection to him, and more importantly to the God who made both the stars and us.

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  • Exploring The World Of Astronomy


    Explore our solar system and beyond in a uniquely fun and informative study of the heavens Students of several different ages and skill levels can use Exploring the World of Astronomy. Middle school students can read the book independently and quickly test their understanding and comprehension by the challenge of answering questions at the end of each chapter. High school students can revisit the book as a refresher course. They will gain greater insight by using the section below the questions marked Explore More. You will find additional questions, discussion ideas, and research for students to develop a greater understanding of astronomy.

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  • Cosmic Egg AKA The Primeval Germ


    Here is the complete story of the creation of the universe as it was understood by the ancient Egyptians. In this age-old quest to grasp the mysteries of God and the universe, the U.S. Space Program’s supertelescopes unexpectedly provide us new information that subtly supports the old African beliefs.

    Here too is a collection of harmonic and radical Black Thoughts toward the pursuit of equality for all this planet’s inhabitants.

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  • Signs And Seasons Field Journal And Test Manual


    The Companion Workbook to the Signs & Seasons Homeschool Astronomy Curriculum!

    By popular demand! The Field Journal section includes ready-made tables and learning aids for observing the sky. The Test Manual section includes tests for measuring your highschooler’s achievement and assigning a letter grade. Includes a parent-friendly answer key! Earn a full high school science credit — from a Biblical perspective.

    A Telescope is not required!

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  • Taking Back Astronomy


    Distant starlight, uniformitarianism and other theories have all been used to ‘prove’ the big bang theory; but author Dr. Jason Lisle and the team at Answers in Genesis have accumulated both new and old evidence to show that such theories don’t disprove the Genesis account at all! Taking an aggressive approach, they go through the myriads of astronomical phenomenon that in fact could only be explained by the presence of a divine creator. Many full color photographs and easy to understand text will capture the attention of any child, teen or adult.

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  • Solar System Chart


    Convenient, useful learning tools that decorate as they educate! Related lessons and activities are provided on the back of every chart.

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  • Universe By Design


    Do the latest scientific findings support the argument for a created cosmos? Creationist astronomer Faulkner says yes! Looking at recent and historical developments in cosmology from a biblical perspective, he reviews theories on the universe’s origin; analyzes the contributions of Ptolemy, Galileo, Newton, Einstein, and others; offers a thorough discussion of the big bang theory; and more. A superb supplement to an upper-level science curriculum. Includes study questions.

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  • Janice VanCleaves A Plus Projects In Astronomy


    SKU (ISBN): 9780471328209Janice VanCleaveBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2001Publisher: Jossey-Bass, Inc./Wiley Print On Demand Product

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  • Janice VanCleaves A Plus Projects In Astronomy


    An all-new collection of first-rate science experiments!

    Are you having a hard time coming up with a good idea for the science fair? Do you want to earn extra credit in your science class? Or do you just want to learn more about how the universe really works? Janice VanCleave’s A+ Projects in Astronomy can help you, and the best part is it won’t involve any complicated or expensive equipment.

    This step-by-step guide explores 30 different topics and offers dozens of experiment ideas. The book also includes charts, diagrams, and illustrations. Here are just a few of the subjects you’ll be investigating:
    * The size and rotation of celestial bodies
    * Eclipses and the true movements of the sun
    * The apparent magnitude of the stars
    * Orbital eccentricity
    * Meteors and artificial satellites

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  • LifePac Select Astronomy Teachers Guide 7-12 (Teacher’s Guide)


    The courses in this series have been compiled by schools using Alpha Omega’s LIFEPAC Curriculum. These courses are an excellent example of the flexibility of the LIFEPAC Curriculum for specialized teaching purposes.

    The inique design of the worktext format has allowed instructors to mix and match LIFEPACs from five core subjects (Bible, Language Arts, Science, and History & Geography) to create alternative courses for junior high abnd high school credit.

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  • Learning Wrap Ups Astronomy Keys


    Astronomy Wrap-ups have 120 questions and answers dealing with: Ranking objects in distance from the sun, General Astronomy facts, Naming Constellations, Characteristics of the sun, Historical Firsts, Information about planets and their moons, Earth’s Moon facts, Phases of the Moon, Stellar Objects defined, and Layers of the Earth.

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  • Janice VanCleaves Constellations For Every Kid


    In Constellations for Every Kid you’ll learn about legends, famous constellations, seasonal patterns, locating constellations and much more! You’ll create a sky globe with a transparent bowl, use a star map to find constellations, determine why the position of the sun looks like it changes and more.

    Each of the activities is broken down into background information, a think it through section, exercises and answers, materials list, step-by-step instructions, expected results, and an easy to understand explanation. Every activity has been pre-tested.

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  • Pocket Guide Constellations


    Human beings have always looked to the skies: as clock and calendar, to divine the future, for spiritual guidance. Even today, astronomers study the night sky for the key to the mysteries of the universe, as they literally look back in time to when it all began. By learning your way around the sky, you can identify constellations that our ancestors knew and even search out distant galaxies and clusters of stars that may support worlds like our own.
    This guide covers the Northern Hemisphere skies season by season, with close-up looks at 54 constellations visible from northern latitudes, both the familiar and the less well known.

    This easy-to-use pocket guide is divided into four parts: introductory essays and drawings, illustrated tours of the sky, illustrated descriptions of the constellations, and appendices.

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  • Janice VanCleaves Astronomy For Every Kid


    The author’s hands-on science books for kids ages 8 through 12 have set a new standard in science activity books. Children, parents, and teachers have come to love them for their dozens of illuminating illustrations, VanCleave’s economical, friendly style, and above all, the hundreds of safe, low-cost experiments and activities that make learning scientific basics an exciting adventure.

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