Your kids can retell the story of Noah and the ark with this fun, movable craft. The bottom and top pieces pull through to reveal the ark in the flood and the ark after the flood.
The final project is hard to show in pictures, but you can click the video below to see how this works.
This craft is perfect to save and have on hand for when you teach about Noah’s Ark in a classroom, or to make with your kids on a rainy day.
Kids will love playing with this craft and making the scene change.
Materials Needed for the Noah’s Ark Craft
The Noah’s Ark FREE Templates (see box below)
Crayons, Markers, or Colored Pencils
Directions for the Noah’s Ark Craft
Print out one ark page and one page of paper strips for each student.
Cut along the vertical solid black lines with the edge of scissors or a craft knife prior to giving the pages to children. If you have thin paper, you could also gently fold the paper horizontally so that you can cut along the vertical lines. If you have sufficient volunteers and scissors, they could do it during class, but it’s nice to have it done ahead of time.
Have your students color the strips and the ark.
If age appropriate, have your students cut out the strips on the bold, black lines.
Tape the strips together, matching A to A and B to B.
Insert the taped strips into the slits, the sky at the top, and the land / water at the bottom.
Have your students pull the paper strips through to tell the story!
When you use this craft, I would love to hear how it goes. Please comment below to let me know.