“Evan Almighty” … “Noah” … there is a reason why so many movies have been made about Noah and his ark:
Because it’s an amazing story!
It’s a story about having faith in trying times … it’s a story about God’s grace … it’s a story about following God’s will even when it seems “crazy” to do so.
These three things are also why it is so important for kids to learn about Noah today.
We live in an increasingly secular society but as Christians we are called to be committed to God and His word – just like Noah was. When God commanded, Noah obeyed – even if it meant facing ridicule from those around him.
There may be times in your students’ lives when God asks them to do something that seems illogical or something that seems impossible … in times like these it will be beneficial to know the story of Noah and his faithfulness.
Experts say it took as many as 100 years for Noah to build the ark. Over those many years how many times do you think he was laughed at and how many times did he experience doubt and fear? Yet Noah persevered … and we can too by putting our trust in our all-powerful God!
Genesis 6:9 says,
“… Noah was a righteous man, blameless among the people of his time, and he walked faithfully with God.”
How great would it be to have the same thing said about us?
By learning about the life of Noah and striving to follow God with the same obedience and commitment your students could achieve amazing things in their lives as well!
All the Facts About Noah
In this lesson pack, we delve into the exciting life of Noah from the period before the great flood to the flood itself and even what it was like to live on the ark.
Instead of learning about Noah as just another “character” in the Bible, kids will discover the REAL man.
Noah was by no means perfect but he did walk faithfully with God. In this lesson pack, kids will learn his fascinating life story and how he stayed committed to God despite the critics and discouragement.
- What the time before the flood was really like
- Why the flood may have been as much an act of mercy as an act of justice
- Why God chose Noah to build the ark
- What God liked about Noah and how we can develop the same traits 5,000 years later
- What it’s like to live on a boat for a year
- How the kangaroos got back to Australia and other science questions kids will inevitably be asked
- And much more!
Flexible Lesson Plans
We have organized our Lesson Pack into FOUR 1-hour lesson plans.
The 1-hour lessons can be given one after the other as a month long module or used throughout the year as needed- they are designed to be flexible!
A hallmark of our lesson plans is our “Teaching Script”. We provide you the exact words, questions, and discussion topics so your message will always hit home with kids. You can use the scripts word-for-word or just simply as a guide – it's up to you!
In short, you get everything you need to teach kids about Noah with confidence & ease!
Our Promise to You:
That’s right, we are so sure that you will love the All the Facts About Noah Lesson Pack that we are offering an unconditional 100% money-back guarantee.
If you are not completely satisfied with the material, all you have to do is notify us within 60 days of your date of purchase and we will refund your money, in full, with absolutely no questions asked!
That’s TWO FULL MONTHS to put these fun turn-key lessons to the test!
It’s Time to Learn to Live with the
Faith & Patience of Noah!
Kids today face a trying world filled with non-believers who are eager to question and ridicule believers. That’s what makes learning to live with the faith and patience that Noah displayed in his lifetime so valuable.
We are called to separate ourselves from the practices of this world and to obey God’s commandments – and what better example of living this way is there than Noah?
As it says in Hebrews 11:7 –
“By faith Noah, when warned about things not yet seen, in holy fear built an ark to save his family. By his faith he condemned the world and became heir of the righteousness that is in keeping with faith.”
Teach your students about Noah and help them develop the strength to follow God in even the most difficult of circumstances.