So, because I’m a crazy over-achiever or maybe a perfectionist or something I’ve decided to completely write and design my own Bible study curriculum that goes through the whole thing in 2 years. More or less.
I mean we’re not hitting everything, but it gets most of the major stories and themes.
Well, this past week in our Sunday school class was Noah, so of course we had to make arks.
SUPPLIES: individual milk cartons (or in our case orange juice), floral foam (can be found at the dollar store or Michael’s), brown acrylic paint, Noah’s ark printout, sharp knife
1. Force your kids to drink 14 cartons of orange juice in 2 days, then cut out one side of your ark, so it looks like a boat.
2. Paint your ark. I know, normally I’d show me painting, but I didn’t think to take pictures until afterwards.
3. Cut your floral foam to fit inside your carton. This is a very exact science which will require shaving off bits and pieces and then shoving it into your ark.
And, it is very messy.
4. Color the printout and cut out each of the figures. Then tape them to the ark.
Now set your ark adrift on the ocean. And look forward to the squeals of delight from your kids. Yes, that is a mandatory step.
So, I made 24 of these for my class including the sample (I pre-painted them, they colored the pictures). We used every single one of them. No joke.