Activity Array

Here you'll find an array of activities for elementary children that can be used in Children's Ministry, after-school programs, in the classroom and by homeschoolers.

Noah and the Flood

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Right now we are in the midst of disasters. Even though it may not always be apparent, God is with us. He will give us strength, peace, hope, and faithfully bring us through this time. Noah experienced the same thing.

The following lessons are Google slide presentation which I used in conjunction with Zoom Sabbath School. These are some of the first presentations I made. Just click on the title to access the presentation.

Noah Builds the Ark

This presentation tells the true story of Noah building the ark found in Genesis 6. It also includes photos of our visits to the Ark in Kentucky and tar pits in LA which I enjoyed sharing with the kids.

Noah and the animals enter the Ark

This presentation includes songs and the true Bible story of Noah and the animals entering the ark found in Genesis 7.

During the Flood

This presentation includes songs, a special feature about the day in the life of a zookeeper, and the true story of Noah and the flood. We take time to see how long Noah and his family were in the ark. It also shows pictures of our visit to the Ark in Kentucky. Enjoy!

After the Flood Praising God for His safe-keeping

This presentation includes songs, a special feature on color, the true story of God’s covenant with Noah found in Genesis 9 and a Tic-Tac-Toe game with questions from the story of Noah.

Filling the earth after the Flood

A Skyscraper and Confusion at Babel

The people wanted to build a huge city, a tall skyscraper, and make a name for themselves. God knew that would just create problems, so He put a stop to it by making many languages. The people spread out through-out the earth just as God wanted them to.

In this presentation, we look at how God cares for everyone in this world. We explore the many languages and affirm that God cares for us no matter what our color or nationality. God love me. God loves you!

Get out your Lego’s or building blocks. Let’s build a tower as we learn the story of the tower of Babel.

Author: Janelle C

I enjoy planning lessons, directing VBS and child care programs. Children's ministry is my passion. God Almighty is my strength and inspiration. For fun I choose hiking, canoeing, camping, cooking, and reading.

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