This Noah handprint craft relates to Noah’s ark when he sent out a dove that returned with an olive leaf in her beak (Gen. 8:11). The story will help kids learn that God provides salvation for those who trust Him. The God of the Bible is still a God of salvation!
Kids love the story of Noah and the ark. Below you'll find printable kids Bible activities about Noah. These activities for children are easy to download and print and are free to duplicate for your church or at home.
The story of Noah and the Ark is a favorite among children, but it is also a story of faith, obedience, judgment, and mercy. This Noah and the Ark Story Illustration will help kids remember that Noah obeyed God in the midst of a corrupt world and so can we.
The story of the great flood is an important element of the Old Testament story. This God Send a Great Flood Story Illustration will help children learn about why God sent the flood and remember why Noah built the ark in the first place.
The promise God made to Noah following the flood was illustrated with the rainbow. This God Made a Promise to Noah Story Illustration will help kids remember this important promise that God made to Noah and all the people of the earth.
God called Noah to a difficult task. But, Noah trusted God and moved forward with building a boat to carry his family and the animals. This “goody bag” will help teach children that Noah was willing to obey even when God’s instructions seemed hard.
Even in the midst of judgment, God showed mercy to Noah and his family. This child’s hand craft will help kids learn about the story of Noah while creating something to help them remember God’s mercy to Noah.
This fun mosaic craft will help remind students that God always keeps His promises. Kids love rainbows and this one will help them understand God’s promise to Noah that He would never again destroy the world with water.
When mankind became corrupted in Genesis 7, God sent a great flood as judgment. Of all the people, only Noah (and his family) found grace in God’s eyes. This secret code activity will help children remember that evil is punished but God is gracious.
When mankind became corrupted in Genesis 7, God sent a great flood as judgment. Of all the people, only Noah (and his family) found grace in God’s eyes. This maze activity will help children remember that evil is punished but God is gracious.
God made an important promise in Genesis 9 when He set His rainbow in the sky as a sign of His promise to Noah that He would never again destroy the world with a flood. This hidden pictures activity will help children remember that God always keeps His promises.