Recently our son had to have blood work done. He says needles and spiders are his greatest fears. Because this was going to be such a challenge for him to get through we offered a reward to look forward to after the task was complete. For over a year he has been wanting to see the 1993 movie "Jurassic Park." It's an intense show so we wanted to wait until he could handle the adventure.
Our son bravely completed his medical work and we watched the movie the same afternoon, to his absolute delight! Since he has grown up hearing about the Creationist viewpoint he knew there would be points in the movie that would contradict what he's been taught. The movie talks about dinosaurs living billions of years ago, before man. The Creationist view says that dinosaurs lived at the same time as the first humans, and were created on Day 6 by God.
When the movie mentioned dinosaurs evolving from birds he knew the opposing theory. Creationists say that dogs are created as dogs, birds are created as birds, and dinosaurs created as dinosaurs. Genetic variability exists in DNA code, and creates species within a "kind," however nothing has ever been proven to evolve from one kind of animal to another.
These aspects of the movie didn't keep us from allowing our son to watch it, however if you are trying to help a young child learn about Creationism (that God created the Earth in six, literal days, with the information He gives us from the Bible being a true account) it's important to point out the differences of philosophy when you come across them. The more you know about both models (Creation and Evolution) the more you will recognize how often the Evolution Model is taught as fact to children through many sources, even a Science Fiction movie, such as Jurassic Park.
If you want to know more about the scientific reasons why evolution is impossible read the book Evolution Impossible or Refuting Evolution or watch the DVD set Rocks Cry Out.