Noah’s Ark and the Flood Craft for Toddlers

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If you’re looking for a super fun and easy craft for toddlers about Noah’s ark and the flood, you’ve come to the right place!

This particular craft is easy to make for your little one, even though it uses a variety of craft supplies. At the same time, it will teach your child about Noah’s ark and the flood in a fun, educational way.

Previously, we created 2 more crafts about Noah’s ark as I spend a few days with my own daughter, teaching her all about Noah. If you’ve missed these activities, have a quick look here:

This super easy and fun craft for toddlers, teaches your child about Noah's ark and the flood. Use a variety of craft supplies and let them experiment! #noahsark #toddlercraft #kidscraft #biblecraft #theflood

Noah’s Ark and the Flood

‘Now the flood was on the earth forty days. The waters increased and lifted up the ark, and it rose high above the earth’ {Genesis 7:17 KJV}


  • White paper
  • Dark brown paper
  • Light brown paper
  • Grey paper
  • Small blue pom poms
  • Blue paint
  • A string of wool
  • Scissors
  • Glue


Start with creating Noah’s ark from the dark brown paper. I simply folded the paper in half and started cutting the ark’s shape. When you then unfold the paper, the cut out should be fairly even.

Cut out a door and window from the light brown paper, and some clouds from the grey as well.

Make sure to have everything else ready to go. Your toddler might not be very patient waiting for items to continue. 😉

Craft Time:

The first thing your toddler would want to do, is paint the waters of the flood. You can approach this in several ways.

We started with dipping a string of wool in the blue paint, and placing it on the white paper in a curly way. Place another piece of paper over the string of wool in such a way that you can still see one of its ends. Hold down the top paper and let your toddler pull out the string of wool. Remove the top paper and you should have a nice design.

If you’ve never done this before, it might be great to try this a few times. My daughter enjoyed this technique so much that we ended up making a few of those before continuing with the actual craft.

She also wanted to add some of her painted finger tips to the mixture which was a great addition! Just let your toddler have some fun. It’s a flood anyways. It can get a bit messy. 😉

Once you’re happy with the look of your flood, you can glue the ark with its door and window on top.

Glue the grey clouds in the sky and make it rain. The rain’s created with the blue pom poms. Simply add a few glue circles on the paper and stick the pom poms on the glue.

And that’s it! Your toddler’s own craft from Noah’s ark and the flood is done! Make sure to hang it somewhere nice to look back at. 🙂

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