My Notebook of Answers – Companions to The Answers Book for Kids Series

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Kids can notebook their way through a Biblical worldview with this easy-to-use, open-and-go notebooking approach. My Notebook of Answers are Companion Notebooks to The Answers Book for Kids by Master Books, sold separately.

My Notebook of Answers contains a notebooking page for each of the questions that are addressed in the The Answers Book for Kids series. There is also a place to illustrate what they have learned or to draw a picture, as well as a copywork section for Scripture verses referenced in the book. Instead of using a specific Bible translation, we simply listed out up to two Scripture references per question, taken directly from the book so children can copy from the Bible they use at home.

The target age group for this series is elementary students.

1 volume = $3.99 | 2-3 volumes – 10% savings | 4-5 volumes – 20% | 6-8 volumes – 25%

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Volume 1: Creation and the Fall

Volume 1 builds a foundation starting in Creation and answers tough questions that can be difficult for parents to answer, including: How did God create everything from nothing? Why was the first person that God created a boy? Why did God have Adam name the animals in the Garden of Eden? The serpent talked to Eve, so why can't snakes talk today?

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Volume 2: Dinosaurs and the Flood of Noah

Volume 2 focuses on answering difficult questions about dinosaurs and The Flood including: How did all the dinosaurs fit on the ark? How did Noah keep the animals on the ark from eating each other and his family? Where did all the water go after the Flood? Why aren’t there fossils of humans from Noah’s flood?

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Volume 3: God and the Bible

Volume 3 focuses on questions kids may ask about God and the Bible, including: Why can’t I hear God talking to me? How big is God? What does God look like? Why do I get in trouble at school when I talk about the Bible?

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Volume 4: Sin, Salvation, and the Christian Life

Volume 4 focuses on sin, salvation, and the Christian life and addresses tough questions like: What is heaven going to be like? Why does God let bad guys win sometimes? What does being “born again” mean? Why doesn’t God keep me from being sick or hurt?

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Volume 5: Space and Astronomy

Volume 5 focuses on questions kid might wonder about space and astronomy, such as: What is the purpose of the stars? Where does a week come from? Is it possible there are living things in space? What about the big bang?

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Volume 6: Babel and the Ice Age

Volume 6 focuses on interesting questions about people groups, languages, and the Ice Age kid may ask about, such as: Is the Tower of Babel still here? How many languages came from Babel? How did people with different skin color get on the earth? Where did Chinese people come from? What is the Ice Age?

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Volume 7: Evolution and "Millions of Years"

Volume 7 focuses on answering questions kids may wonder about evolution and the age of the earth: How old is the earth and universe? Why is the belief in evolution more popular than creation? Where did the idea of millions of years come from? Were the continents ever connected?

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Volume 8: Satan and Angels

Volume 8 focuses on questions kids may wonder about satan and the angels, for example: Do angels have halos and wings? If satan was an angel and turned bad, does that mean there are other bad angels? Why did satan lie to Eve? Animals can’t talk, so how did a serpent talk?

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  1. Kristy Hetzel

    My son is very keen on these Answers mini-books so I was keen to check out these notebooking pages. They are simple, clean, ready to use resources. While they might be simple enough to create yourself, I personally would never get to that and think it is worth purchasing readymade! We haven’t done a lot of narration, so my kids struggled with the open-ended questions and felt done with a single sentence, eek. We obviously need to work on narration! I liked the page highlighting the listed scripture references for the question and the fact that it pushes the kids to actually look them up and then to write them out. I found that was a good copywork prompt and my son can definitely benefit from copywork. I think for us, I might need to tweak it slightly to draw my kids out more if the purpose is learning and retaining the information, but if you are used to notebooking then these would be a great learning tool.

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