This week your children will learn the story of Noah & the Ark.....
The story of Noah is amazing! It includes a family, all the animals of the earth, a huge boat, a flood and why we have rainbows. It teaches the children that even though God had to get rid of the evil in the world, he still loves us.
Don't forget to reiterate daily the story’s key concepts.
Noah was obedient when God asked him to build an ark that would save him and his family.
Because of his obedience, Noah and his whole family were saved from the destruction of the flood.
The song that corresponds with the story of the week is: "Noah’s Arky, Arky"
You can do motions along with the song
to keep Your children engaged.
Below are some fun activities to do during the week or after church.....Try a few or do them all!
Fun With Water - Bible Activity
It rained for forty days and nights. There was so much water that the entire world was flooded. In this activity show the children different ways to have fun with water, such as splashing, spraying, pouring, or making bubbles. Remind the children that God wanted to destroy sin, not people.
Noah's Animal Pairs - Bible Game
God gave Noah the job of collecting two of every animal. Because Noah obeyed God, Noah and his whole family were saved. In this activity the children have fun matching up the animals for Noah’s ark.
Remind the children that Noah’s obedience made God happy.
God's Promise - Bible Craft
After the flood God put a rainbow in the sky, representing his promise to Noah to never again
destroy the earth by flood. This craft reminds the children of God’s promise to never destroy
the earth by water again.