Rainbow Cupcakes

This post contains an affiliate link. My kids and I made these adorable rainbow cupcakes and they are absolutely perfect for a Noah’s ark lesson!  I had some difficulty finding the rainbow candy, but was finally able to locate it at Walgreens. Ingredients: 1 box cake mix + ingredients to make it Blue frosting (from […]

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Noah’s Ark Paper Plate Basket Craft

I absolutely love this craft!  It’s so colorful and fun, yet very simple to make with readily available supplies.  It’s a Noah’s Ark basket which holds animal crackers!  How fun is that?! Materials: paper plates scissors stapler crayons or markers animal crackers Directions: 1. Make your own Noah’s ark paper plate ahead of time so […]

Noah’s Ark: the Brick Bible for Kids by Brendan Powell Smith

This post contains an affiliate link. I’ve been wanting to check out Noah’s Ark: The Brick Bible for Kids for quite a while, and the kids and I stumbled on it at the library just last week.  This is a very nicely-done picture book which tells the story of Noah’s Ark.  Each page has a […]

God’s Promise Rainbow Craft

Several kids and I worked on making these super-cute God’s Promise rainbow crafts today.  The original idea came from Pinterest.  They’re simple enough for young kids, but complex enough to interest older kids, too. Materials: Froot Loops cereal (or generic variety) paper plates white glue cotton balls Sharpie marker Directions: 1. Make sample craft or […]

Noah’s Ark by Peter Spier

This post contains an affiliate link. Noah’s Ark is another book that we have in our children’s ministry area for the kids to peruse.  Peter Spier does beautiful illustrations with so much detail.  I love his artwork! There is virtually no text in this book, excepting a couple of half-sentences at the beginning and end.  […]

God Keeps His Promises Snack

This post contains an affiliate link. We made this colorful and fun snack to help us remember that God Keeps His Promises!  It’s the perfect snack to go with a lesson about Noah’s Ark.  The idea originally came from Pinterest. Materials: Twizzler Rainbow Twists mini marshmallows animal crackers cutting board knife plastic sandwich bags white […]

Noah’s Goldfish Snack

The simplicity of this snack is wonderful!  Just use rainbow-colored Goldfish crackers as a snack for the story of Noah’s ark.  They’re rainbow and fish–you can’t get any better than that for fitting the theme! Save

Noah’s Ark Snack Mix

One of our teens helped me plan a lesson on Noah’s Ark.  For the snack, she wanted to do a colorful snack mix to tie into the rainbow theme.  We included M&Ms, Cheez-Its, Chex Mix, Fruit Loops and Craisins.  You could choose whichever colorful food items you prefer.

Noah’s Rainbow Cake

Noah ate rainbow cake, right?  No?  Well kids should when learning about Noah’s Ark.  This cake was made from a boxed mix, but it would be very simple to make a rainbow cake without paying extra for a fancy box and some food coloring packets.  Essentially, it’s a white cake mix which is divided evenly […]

God’s Promises Booklet

A while ago we made these booklets for our Noah’s Ark lesson.  We chose it because of the rainbow, but it really encompasses more than just that one story.  It has a series of God’s promises printed inside; promises he made at different times to different people. The booklet can be downloaded at Ministry-To-Children.  For […]