Looking for a fun Sunday School Craft for the Kids? This Noah’s Ark Paper plate is not only easy to make, but adorable. Supplies include markers, paper plates, stickers and foam!
Noah’s Ark Sunday School Craft
Looking for a fun Sunday School Craft? We love this easy paper plate craft using the story of Noah’s Ark in the Bible. Noah’s Ark is the vessel in the Genesis flood narrative by which God spares Noah, his family, and two animals of every kind. You can read the story in Genesis Chapters 6 to 9, otherwise there are some really good Noah’s Ark Books for Kids.
While you read the story, perhaps have a second adult work on this craft with the children. You can give instruction before the story begins.
In this Sunday school lesson, the children learn about Noah and the ark he built according to God’s instructions. The children also learn that it is very important to obey God in all things. Noah loved and obeyed God even when no one else would. God saved Noah. God gave a promise at the end of the book with his rainbow, a promise of peace that God would never destroy the earth again.
Genesis 6:22 (ESV) “Noah did (…) all that God commanded him.”
- 1 White Paper Plate (make sure there is no wax layer on the top)
- 1 Sheet Brown Foam (you can also use brown construction paper)
- Animal Stickers—2 of each (get 2 sets if needed, we got our at the Dollar Store)
- Markers—red, orange, yellow, green, blue
- Stapler (or hot glue gun)
- Get your makers, paper plate, foam and stickers together.
- On the top of the paper plate, color a rainbow with your makers. Start with a thick line of red on the rim of the paper plate, and follow with orange, yellow, green, and then blue.
- Lay the paper plate face down on top of the brown foam. Trace a half circle on the foam around the plate. Cut out the foam, and it should look like half the plate. Cut out 3 small circle in the middle of the foam for little porthole windows.
- Turn the plate right side up so the rainbow is at the top, and set the brown foam piece on the bottom half the plate.
- Use a stapler to staple the foam to the top edge of the plate. Put about 4-5 staples around the edge. If using a hot glue gun, glue along the bottom edge of the plate (where the ark will lay.)
- Add the animal stickers. Put some peeking through the portholes, and some on the white plate so it looks like the animals are all on the ark. Don’t forget to make sure to put 2 of the same animals right next to each other since Noah put 2 of each animal on the ark.
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