These Noah’s Ark activities can be used in Christian Preschool programs and Sunday schools.
Noah’s Ark Sequencing
Print these story sequencing cards for children to sequence the story after you read it to them. Get the printable on this page: Bible Story Sequencing
Noah Mini Book
Print this Bible story print & fold mini book and others on this page: Bible Story Mini Books
Noah’s Ark Play Dough Mats
Print these Noah’s ark Bible Story Play Dough Mats to give children a fun way to review the story and exercise their fine motor muscles.
Noah’s ark “Draw It” Sheet
Print this activity for children to draw things for the story.
Noah’s Ark Story True/False Cards
Print these Noah Bible Story True/False Cards to check children’s comprehension of the story. There are 4 “true” cards — these cards have true facts with pictures from the story of Noah, such as “Rain fell for 40 days and water covered everything.” There are 4 “false” cards — these cards have things that aren’t true about the story, such as “Noah sold tickets to anyone who wanted a ride on the ark”.
Noah Bible Verse Printables
Print these Noah story Bible verse sheets for kids.
Noah Story Recall Set
Print and cut these story recall cards to have children recall who and what was in the Bible story. Check their understanding and comprehension of the story. There are 9 cards that represent the story, such as Noah, Noah’s wife, rain, dove, etc. There are 9 cards for things that were not in the story, such as burning bush, crown, cross, tornado, etc.
Build a Boat
To make the boats, you need to use modeling clay (plasticine). Earthen clay or play dough will not work in water because it will dissolve and make a mess. Use a sensory table with water or fill small tubs or plastic shoeboxes with water.
Give each child a ball of clay and have them drop it into the water to see if it floats or sinks. Next, have them form a boat from the clay and try to make a boat that will float. Some children may need help. After they have a boat that floats, let them try putting mini plastic animal toys (such as bear counters) in the boat to see how many the boat will hold without sinking.
Coffee Filter Rainbow
Cut coffee filters in half so that you have semi-circles.
Have children decorate half of a coffee filter with washable markers. Make sure the markers are washable or water-based so the colors will “bleed” or spread when water is added.
Place small cups of water around the table for children to share and give each child an eye dropper. Have children use the dropper to drop “rain” over the coffee filter, and watch the colors blend together to make beautiful rainbows. Some children get carried away with the water drops, so make sure children don’t wash away all of their color with water.
Clipart by Kari Bolt.