God Sent A Great Flood
Having regretted that He had created humanity because of all the sin and violence in the world, God sent a great flood to destroy life on the earth. Noah, his family, and the animals, however, remained safe in the ark that God told Noah to build. These God Sent a Great Flood Bible Activities highlight both the flood and the ark's safety. God is a righteous, but also gracious, God.
This Write the Bible Phrase Worksheet calls for kids to write, “God cared for Noah.” This is an adaptation of Genesis 8:1 and will help children remember that God cares for us just as He did for Noah. This is an important lesson for kids to learn early.Read More ⇨
This Write the Bible Phrase Worksheet calls for kids to write, “Noah obeyed God.” This is an adaptation of Genesis 6:22 and will help children remember that everyone should trust and obey God. This is an important lesson for kids to learn at a young age.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 ⇨
Working to unscramble words is both challenging and fun, and when the theme of the exercise is the story of Noah and the flood, those doing the exercise spend more time with the details of the Bible story. Sharpen your pencils, this is a wonderful Bible exercise!Read More ⇨
Pull out the markers and get ready to find 11 differences between these two pictures of animals stepping aboard the ark just before the flood comes. This is a great Bible exercise and will remind children that God is a gracious God even while judging sin.Read More ⇨
This 10-piece jigsaw puzzle is a fun activity carrying a Noah’s ark theme. Children will have a great time putting this puzzle together while learning about the story of Noah and the ark. Kids will learn that God is a gracious God even while bringing judgment on sin.Read More ⇨