It’s time for Poppins Book Nook! This virtual monthly book club showcases great books for children and activities to accompany them. This month’s theme was Caldecott Medal Winners!
Quality literature is becoming harder and harder to come by in a world that tends to dumb down reading material for our children. That’s why it’s a good idea to turn to the great children’s books from the past on occasion to keep the value of rich story lines alive.
For this month’s theme, I want to focus on an early Caldecott winner, Noah’s Ark by Peter Spier. This is a beautifully illustrated wordless picture book that allows you to give as much or little detail on the biblical account as you deem appropriate for your children.
Noah’s Ark is one of the first Bible accounts that most young children learn. It is a story of redemption and hope and a great way to teach children about God’s mercy. Below you will find several activities that you can use to accompany this book as you share it with your little ones.
10 Noah’s Ark Crafts and Activities for Children
- Paper Plate Ark and a Lesson on Submissiveness
- Cardboard Ark
- Fingerprint Noah’s Ark
- Construction Paper Rainbow
- The Flood Kid Lunch
- Printable Mini Book
- Popsicle Stick and Paper Plate Ark
- Spaghetti Ark
- Noah’s Ark Pack for Ages 2-8
- Coloring Pages
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