Being the third brightest object in the night sky, Venus has been observed since ancient times. Often, it is called “Earth’s Twin” but it is actually extremely different from Earth is some very significant ways. This lesson includes an in-depth, Bible-based PowerPoint lecture that is based on the literal six day creation and an all inclusive classroom unit with worksheets, answer keys, and activities.
**Please note that the format of these files are PowerPoint and Adobe. They will work with other programs, but the formatting and alignment maybe be off.
*Original animated visuals
*In-depth presentation outline
*Concept review and design application
Worksheets and Activities:
*3 Worksheets and activities (answer keys included)
*Cross-curriculum to provide a thorough understanding of the concepts
*Provides an entire unit lesson on Venus
Continue your studies with other sets in this series:
> Mercury: A Planet of Extremes
> Venus: Earth's Twin?
> Earth: The Goldilocks Planet
> The Moon: Earth's Nightlight
> Mars: The Red Planet
> Jupiter: The King of the Planets
> Saturn: A Ringed World
> Uranus and Neptune: The Outer Gas Gaints
> Pluto, Comets, and Asteroids