Listen to or read the portion here
Printables you may find helpful: http://hearts-in-training-free-printables.blogspot.com/2010/09/ancient-history-noach.html
Read aloud story –Love responsibility
Learn to write some new words in Hebrew: Noach, water, flood, rainbow, olive branch Look them up in a strong’s concordance.
A wonderful collection of worksheets in three difficulty levels is available here. Pick the one corresponding with the current torah portion.
Make a picture of the ark, and be sure to include dinosaurs, and seven of the clean animals.
make a paper plate ark http://www.dltk-bible.com/mrockark.html
Meat is now allowed, but only Kosher, prepare a Kosher meat dish and begin teaching your children that we don’t eat blood.
Plan and possibly build a small scale model of the ark. Use cardstock, popsicle sticks, clay, or even a drawing. Try to accurately represent what is described in scripture, not what you’ve seen in Bible storybooks. Remember that with a scale model, the measurements will be much smaller, but the proportions will remain the same. 1 cubit=1 centimeter, for example.
Practice skip counting by 2’s with your stuffed animals.
Noah knew what the clean animals were, and what the unclean animals were. What are the unclean animals? WHY are they unclean? Has science shown that some of these animals are unhealthy for us to eat?
Learn the differences between brick and stone. How are they made? What are they like?
Get out the blocks and build different styles of towers. Which one is tallest? Which one balanced the best? Which one is most attractive?
Study fossils. Many unexplained fossils probably were made during the flood. Read a short article here.
Make a timeline or journal of the events of the flood. Take note of which month events happened in.
Mapwork – Label Mt. Ararat, Canaan, Babel, Nineveh, Shinar
Read about the Johnstown flood. Read a narrative with photos here. Being a disaster, parents please check first.
Check out this blogpost to see Noach in the home of one of our authors.