Noah and the Ark
The story of Noah and the ark can help children learn several important truths about people, the world in which we live, and God's plan of restoration and redemption for people and creation. It will help children understand that God is a righteous God and judges sin, but He has a plan to save people and spared Noah and his family through the ark. God destroyed all living creatures in the flood, but has graciously promised never to destroy the earth by water again. These Noah and the Ark Bible activities are about this important Bible story.
In Genesis 6, God gave Noah some very specific instructions about preparing for a coming flood. God had a plan for dealing with sin and evil. Noah was part of that plan. And while Noah didn’t understand everything God wanted him to do, Noah trusted and obeyed God anyway. This God Guided Noah Large Jigsaw…Read More ⇨
Every lesson in God’s Unfolding Story for Older Preschoolers fits into a unit that contains either four or five free lessons. A listing of all of the units can be found on the site along with access to all of the lessons. This page (below) and the downloadable and printable PDF is an overview of…Read More ⇨
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.Read More ⇨
This free, printable sermon picture, based on Genesis 9:12-17, can help kids imagine the day God gave a rainbow as a sign of His promise to never again destroy the world by a flood. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.Read More ⇨
This coloring page, based on Genesis 7:1ff, will help children understand that animals and people are different. God holds people to a higher standard of living. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.Read More ⇨
This coloring page, based on Genesis 9:12ff, will help teach children that the rainbow serves as a reminder of God’s wonderful grace and love toward all people. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.Read More ⇨