Lesson Unit: Noah
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Noah Unit (Four Lessons)
When God saw wickedness and violence increase on the earth as a consequence of sin, He resolved to destroy the earth with a flood. Noah, however, “found favor in the sight of the LORD” (Gen. 6:8). Noah’s faith in God and His willingness to obey the Lord kept him, his family, and two of every kind of animal safe in the ark during the devastating flood. The first three lessons in this unit tell Noah’s story.
The fourth lesson relates what happened after the flood with regard to the Tower of Babel. As the lesson will show, it didn’t take long after the flood for humanity to showcase, once more, a sinful and deadly form of pride. Mercifully, God intervened. Even in divine judgment, we see God’s love and kindness in operation.
Let these free preschool lessons drive home for your children not only the seriousness of sin, but also the power of God’s love. Lessons in this unit are listed below. Just click on each lesson title to access the individual lessons. A printable PDF of the Unit Overview Page is accessible here.
Unit Bible Lessons
The world had become so corrupt that God was going to bring judgment on it. He would use Noah to spare the animals and Noah’s family. This free lesson will help preschoolers learn about God’s call to Noah.
Having come to regret creating humanity because of the evil in the world, God sent a great flood to destroy life on the earth. Noah and his family, however, remained safe in the ark God had instructed Noah to build.
After destroying the earth in a flood, God brought the ark safely to land. God made a covenant with Noah, promising never again to destroy the earth with a flood. The rainbow reminds us of God’s promise.
Not long after the flood, people began building a tower in an effort to reject God’s rule and make a name for themselves. Aware of their intentions, God saw their effort and intervened.