My son had a great time creating this Noah’s Ark spaghetti craft at church. He is 3, and it was actually a suitable craft for him. I would say it is a great Noah’s ark craft for preschool kids and older. I was actually a little surprised that he could do it so well. This craft was created by a childcare worker at our church. She runs our childcare during Bible study and MOPS like it is a preschool. I love her heart for the kids and her heart for creating meaningful Bible projects for them rather than just making sure they stay alive. She initiated doing more, which I love as a mom. The kids did this Noah’s ark craft one day. I thought it was great, and I asked her where she got the idea, assuming it was Pinterest. Is that often your assumption these days too? She said, “I made it up.” I asked her if I could re-create it for my blog. She said yes. I’m excited I get to bring it to you today. My son started it at church and finished it at home, which is how I got the pictures. His version is shown below with the ark she drew out in Sharpie. I created a printable for you. Since I didn’t get a great picture of his work, I created another one for the feature picture above with my printable so you could get a more accurate version of the ark I drew and present to you as a printable.
~ White Paper (Heavier stock paper would be best but regular printer paper works too)
~ Spaghetti Noodles
~ Noah’s Ark Outline Printable (Free!!)
~ White Glue
1. Print out the Noah’s ark outline printable I made for you.
2. Kids will add strips of glue and spaghetti noodles, following the Noah’s ark outline. Noodles can be broken to length.
3. Have kids continue working on the ark, covering up all the lines until complete.