Objectives:The children will be able to - retell the story of Noah’s Ark - describe ways that we can obey God like Noah - explain that God always keeps his promises - explain the meaning of the rainbow
Review: Prayer and questions from last week’s lesson
Pick the words that you want to use from below:
dltk-bible.com- Noah Word Wall Word wall templates are large flash card printables that you can hang on the wall to aid children when they are learning or using new vocabulary words.
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Noah’s Ark Word Wall This is a set of Noah's Ark word wall cards. These cards are great for your pocket charts! Children can review key vocabulary words they learned about in the story of Noah's Ark. These also make fun matching cards if you print a set of two you can make a game.
Noah Story Wheel- Children turn their story wheel dials to retell the Bible story they learned over and over again. (Preschool Christian Crafts by Linda Standke. Directions on page 37 - 39, craft template on page 40 & 43.)
christianbook.com- Noah’s Ark Bible Story Wheel (Bible Wheels to Make and Enjoy by Carmen Sorvillo, page 7 & 8. Click on Excerpt and go to page 7 & 8.)
lapbooklessons.com- Noah’s Ark Lapbook This page is full of resources you can use to make your Noah's Ark Lapbook.
Introduce game: What was on the ark with Noah and his family? Can you find what animal is missing from the ark?
What animal is it?
Need: Cards with animal pictures on them.
Directions: A student draws a card and then makes the animal sound it makes. The other students guess what the animal is.
*Play a tape of animal sounds and have the students guess what animal it is.
billybear4kids.com- Noah's Ark Board Game Roll the dice... and move on the Game Board. If you land on the rainbow... pick a card. Do what is says on the card. The one who lands on finish first... wins the game.
dltk-bible.com- Noah's Ark Game Children take turns rolling the dice, trying to get pairs of animals. When they get a pair, they put a token matching that animal onto their ark.
Don't Miss the Ark Game- A simple and fun board game for younger students that reviews the story of Noah and the Ark. (Super Bible Game Book by Linda Standke, page 66 - 70 for directions, game board markers, game cards, and game board).
Noah and the Flood Game- A fun and simple board game for younger children that reviews the story of Noah and the Ark. (Super Bible Game Book by Linda Standke, page 62 & 63 for game board and page 55 for directions).
storytime-storytime.blogspot.com- Building the Ark Board Game The children will follow the path into the ark to the identical on the game board. Be careful to not be caught in the rain!
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Noah’s Ark Two by Two Match This is a Noah's Ark file folder game where children can work on counting by count by two's all the way up to 36. Younger children can use this as a matching game.
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Noah’s Animals File Folder Game Children can match the male and female animals to make a pair. Mount one set to the file folder and cut out the matching animals as playing pieces.
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Two By Two Counting Ark Use these counting arks to teach children to count by 2's. Numbers 1-20 are listed, with the multiples of 2 in a large size for easy counting.
christianpreschoolprintables.com- Noah’s Ark Counting File Folder Game This is a fun little game for children to match the number of windows to the numerical match. Works with Noah's Ark teaching multiples of two, as the numbers only increase by 2.
Introduce snack: What was the sign that God did that promised that He would never flood the whole Earth again? A rainbow.
christianbook.com- Safe Inside the Ark (find the hidden picture) Hidden Pictures Explore Hidden Treasures in God's Word: PK - K by Linda Standke, page 3. (Click on Sample and go to page 3.)
christianbook.com- Animals On The Ark (glue animal pieces together) page 6, Safe In The Ark (trace along the dash lines) page 7 Bible Story Puzzles with Mini-Lessons on the Goodness of God Grades PK-K by Linda Standke, page (Click on Sample and go to page 6 & 7.)
A Food Covers the Earth (maze) page 11, Safe in the Ark (trace along the dash lines) page 12, Noah’s Ark (dot-to-dot) page 13, Animals on the Ark (glue animal pieces together) page 14, Safe Inside the Ark (find the hidden picture) page 15, Sign of a Covenant (color by number) page 16, A Beautiful Sign (find the hidden picture) page 17, God’s Promise (trace and color) page 18- Bible Story Puzzle ‘n’ Learn! PK – K
Noah’s Ark Story Cards (Cut out the word cards at the bottom of the page. Paste them in order on the ark. Color the picture.)- Bible Stories from A to Z, page 78.
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