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Think dinosaurs aren't in Scripture? Think again!!!
If you want to learn more about dinosaurs in Scripture, check out this article here on Ken Ham's site: Could Behemoth Have Been a Dinosaur?
Use that training along with this fun Dinosaur Games pack to teach your children all about dinosaurs.
Your kids can practice observation, recognition, and perception skills, all while having loads of fun!
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