Saturday, April 20, 2013

Craft Noah's Ark with Animal Crackers

       I made this simple picture of Noah's Ark with animal crackers. The project is perfect for tiny tots who are just learning to count up to two and also distinguish between an elephant and a kangaroo! I printed out the ark graphics below on tan paper and then added a few yellow details for added color highlights, a process of which even a very small student can do. Also show your little tot how to draw raindrops and color these blue. Then line up the animal crackers two by two to board the ark. I glued mine down for the teacher's sample but you may never get a full set from someone younger. If you are concerned about the child eating these later, glue them on with a quick drying icing instead of white glue. You can also try this project with animal cookies or animal gingerbread.
 Above are two arks drawn by me for two separate projects, I will link back to this graphic with the second Noah's Ark mobile after it has been posted.

Shirley Temple sings "Animal Crackers in My Soup"


  1. Very cute. I love the Shirley Temple video. Thanks for the follow on Twitter!

    Lindsey @

  2. Thank you Lindsy for your ministry. I have listed you under Sunday School Blogs at Hope your day is productive and fun!


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