A Floating Zoo

One day of rain is probably enough for kids. But two in a row, what a pain! How about three days with non-stop rain. Help your children to imagine 40 days of non-stop rain! 

Noah and his family stayed on the ark for around a year while the waters subsided. They cared for the animals and came to terms with what God had done and wondered what He would do in the future. 

Even though God gave the human race a fresh start it didn’t stop them from sinning and turning away from Him. And, it also didn’t stop God’s desire to save us. Talk to your children about God’s redeeming love and use this story as your guide. 

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What you'll need:

  • printer + paper
  • color pencils/pens
  • glue

Child Involvement:

  • Coloring in, gluing, folding

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INSTRUCTIONS

  • TWO WAYS TO DO THIS CRAFT!
  • Option 1: Slide the waves through the slits on the sides to make a stormy sea. (Adults, please cut these slits along the dotted lines)
  • Option 2: Glue the sides of the waves to the edges of the picture to reveal the sea creatures. (The waves will curve outwards)
  • ** HIGHLY RECOMMEND  THIS PAPER from Amazon** which I use for ALL my crafts because it’s a bit thicker than ordinary printer paper and prints brilliantly!!!

** This is an affiliate link, which means if you make a purchase, Amazon gives me a tiny portion of the sale (this does not increase the price for you). Thank you in advance if you buy this paper! 

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