Armor of God VBS: Noah

Friday, August 12, 2022

2. Armor of God VBS

Noah is the second lesson in Armor of God series. Paul wrote about the armor in Ephesians 6:10-20. The Breastplate of Righteousness was used with Noah because he was found righteous by God in Genesis 7:1 and was a preacher of righteousness - living right. 2 Peter 2:5 These lessons and decorations can be used for Gideon without the armor theme.

Click here to download the lesson, visuals, Anchor Charts and a picture to color.

Magnetic Board Visuals are smaller, and some graphics are used to emphasize some of the points of the lesson. I print on cardstock and laminate. I add these small magnets on the back and add them to a magnetic white board as I teach the lesson. They can be used any way you prefer. 

Click here to download the Magnetic Board Visuals. 

The numbered lesson is included in these.

Click here to download the full-page Magnetic Board Visuals.

I like the Magnetic Board Visuals but prefer them to be bigger with a larger class.  I used these as visuals and didn't cut them or use the magnets. This is my preference.

This Noah’s Ark Tic Tac Toe game that is super easy to make and use game board and the lions and eagles are the game pieces. This is a one-page printable in color and black & white. The students can be divided into groups and whoever answers a question, can add a team game piece to the board. Depending on time, you can play 1 or best out of 3/5 games can determine the winners. I didn’t use it for VBS, but it would be a fun activity for review, early arrivers, camp, homeschooling, whenever you can use it! Click here to download. 
This is the table visual my husband made for me several years ago. 
There is a train car on the top so the kids can understand the scale.

I set up a Roman Armor display. For this lesson, we used the breastplate.

The Armor of God Cutouts above the armor is here.

The shield (Rome VBS Cutouts) and soldier on the right are no longer available.

The border across the top is the Athens plastic roll of tablecloth. I cut the border off of one side.

I used yellow bulletin board paper for the background a red tablecloth for the display table.

I used this background for the flood and printed the ark. The kids loved the glitter raindrops found here.

Click here to download the ark. Print, cut out and piece together. 

This is a super, easy and fast design to put up. I had so many ideas for Noah, and so many supplies, but bottom line was I just didn't have the knees to do more. I was thankful for my husband, my friend Ramona and her daughter that helped put everything up.
Sorry, these are so big! But the bigger, the better pictures you will have to have this printed a larger size. He was printed as a stand-up for this backdrop, but I decided not to use it.

Right click and 'save image as' these pictures and save them as big as possible. The original size I saved them is 20.8 KB.

Please note: Permission is granted to send Bible Fun For Kids files and posters to the church office or printer for copies and enlargements. The permission from the graphics can be found here, although I was not asked to show permission.

If you prefer to have Noah printed, it is a lot cheaper option than cardboard, which if you are paying for yourself, are now unaffordable because of shipping costs. Check around for prices, but when I ordered these, this was the best option. I purchased the matte 36" x 48". I used Prime free shipping, so ordering here was cheapest and they turned out really clear and the paper is thicker than the bulletin board paper I have to use to draw them! If the prices stay reasonable, I will print my people in the future! They come in a roll, so carefully release them and lay them flat roll side down with something heavy on them. It just takes a day or two, then cut them out.

Click here to see more Noah ideas by Jeanne Dickson for VBS.

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