Bible Story Craft for Noah’s Ark
For this craft you will need:
1. For the ark, cardboard, twigs, or popsicle sticks or brown paint, felt pen or crayon.
2. For the rainbow, you will need construction paper the colors, red, orange, yellow, green, light blue, dark blue, violet, or crayons, or paint those colors.
3. For the dove, white paint, felt pen or crayon and green paint for the olive leaf
4. For the raven, black paint, felt pen or crayon
5. For the altar, grey and light brown paint, felt pen or crayon.
6. Animals cut out of magazines, small enough to fit on the ark.
1. Cut out the ark, paste on cardboard, glue on twigs, or popsicle sticks to cover, or draw in boards and color them brown with paint, or felt pen or crayon. put animals on the top of the ark, but don’t glue them on.
2. Cut out the rainbow, cover the stripes with appropriate colored construction paper, or color with paint, felt pen or crayon these colors in this order, top to bottom: red, orange, yellow, green, light blue, dark blue, violet.
3. Trace the dove on white construction paper, or color it white with paint, felt pen or crayon.
4. Trace the raven, paste on black construction paper, or color it black with paint, felt pen or crayon.
5. Cut out the altar, paste on construction paper, draw on stones, color them grey and brown mix.
Explain to the children again the story of Noah’s Ark, how Noah obeyed God to build the ark the way the Lord told him to, how the animals came into the ark, how God closed the door. how Noah and his family and the animals were protected during the flood while the rest of the world perished. Explain how Noah sent out the raven but it didn’t come back, and how Noah sent out the dove and it came back the second time with an olive leaf in its beak. Explain how Noah and his family and the animals left the ark, and how Noah built an altar to the LORD and made offerings to the LORD. Explain how the LORD sent a rainbow as a covenant, showing that He would not again destroy the people with a flood.