If you're into the whole iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad thing, here's a FREE app you and your family might enjoy: Dinosaurs: The American Museum of Natural History Collections.
The app opens to this cool-looking dinosaur mosaic. Roar!!!
Then, you can zoom in and browse the various images.
Double click on an image to learn more about that artifact. When you click on "Info," all sorts of cool facts will appear.
I have this app loaded on my iPod Touch and my 11-year old daughter (and future paleontologist) enjoys browsing this vast collection.
It probably goes without saying that there is some evolutionary content embedded in this app. Most of you probably know my position on this by now: In my experience, I find that adults get more uptight about evolution than kids. Most kids just like to revel in the information. It's all about focusing on the positive in my book. Kids will reflect the attitude of their parents. If parents are hyper-sensitive and get upset about evolution, then kids will lose their curiosity and become leery of science. On the other hand, if parents are enthusiastic and encourage exploration of the world God has made, kids will follow suit.
Did I mention that it's free? Enjoy!