I don’t know why the death by drowning of the human race except for 8 individuals is one of my favorite old testament stories, but it is. I’m pretty sure my love of the story originated from the song, Rise and Shine. I mean we all know that adding a –y to the end of words changes the negative to a positive. Right?
All kidding aside, Noah was some man. He knew God. He had faith in God. He obeyed God. What a man!
We actually studied this last week, while learning all about the zoo. It was perfect timing.
Lesson 4: Noah’s Ark
Our memory verse was:
Here were some of the finish activities that we did:
For the above activity, I decided to cut apart the mini-book from Bible Story Printables, so that the boy could sequence the events from the story. I liked this activity and Bible Story Printables has lots of mini-books, so I will probably be doing this again. It was a great review.
Additional Resources & Activities:
There are so many fabulous resources for this story that it was really hard for me to pick and choose what we would use. So, below are a few links to some of my favorites. Please note, we didn’t do all of these activities.
What old testament story is your favorite?