I just started teaching a 6th grade Sunday school class at my church about a month ago and I am amazed at the questions. Most are off essential topic and have to be answered after class. I tell the kids to write down their questions they have and we can discuss it during the week. The questions are usually somewhat off base so I am uncertain how to go about dealing with them. So I am getting that taken care of partially by getting advice. I feel that while their questions are unfruitful at times, I do care for the kids and want to help them with their confusions. I am aware that there are some questions that are best left unanswered, some worth discussing, and some worth going off topic in class for. Anyway here are the 4 written questions I had them write as we were going through the Lesson (we are going through Genesis and hitting main doctrine/topics as they arise). Feel free to help me address these questions or to give me advice on how to approach this in the future. 1. How were people saved in the Old Testament (I hit that one in class, it was important). 2. How did Noah and his family survive without trees? 3. How did fish live on if all died in the flood? 4. When were dinosaurs created? Whats the story on them?