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Noah's Ark Activity Pack FREEBIE

Noah's Ark Activity Pack FREEBIE

Looking for Bible activities that will excite and engage your students? Have fun teaching them more about the Bible with our FREE Noah’s Ark activity pack. WHO IS IT FOR? 3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds) 4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds) 5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds) 6th Graders (11 to 12-year-olds) 7th Graders (12 to 13-year-olds) Visual Learners Homeschoolers Interactive learners WHAT’S INCLUDED? **Noah’s Ark Word Search Puzzle **The Great Flood coloring activity page **Noah creative writing activity **Clean and Unclean coloring worksheet **Plus an Answer Key for teachers and parents Want more Noah’s Ark activities? Check out our Noah’s Ark Activity Book To be kept informed of new resources click HERE and follow!
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Noah's Ark Coloring Activity Book

Noah's Ark Coloring Activity Book

This Activity Book is a wonderful way to help students learn about Noah’s Ark. Includes 89 pages of lesson plans and activities. Plus an Answer Key for teachers. WHO IS IT FOR? 3rd - 8th Graders (8 to 14-year-olds) WHAT’S INCLUDED? 17-page Bible story: The Great Flood Fill in the blanks activity: Part One, Two, and Three **Lesson One** Lesson plan (two pages) Coloring page: Giants! Bible Word Search: Noah’s Ark Bible Quiz: Noah Bible Craft: Noah’s Ark puppets Question ’n color activity: Giants! Fact Sheet: Who were the Nephilim? Bible worksheet: Noah Creative Writing: Giants! My Bible Notes worksheet **Lesson Two** Lesson plan (two pages) Coloring page: Building the Ark Creative writing activity: Obeying God Bible Question ’n color activity: Building the Ark Fact Sheet: Noah’s Ark Discovered? Bible verse copywork: Trusting God Bible Task Cards: Building the Ark What’s the Word? Genesis 6 Bible copywork ’n color: Getting Ready Let’s Draw: Getting Ready Bible craft: Craft Stick Noah’s Ark **Lesson Three** Lesson plan (two pages) Coloring page: Entering the ark Bible Word Search: Clean and Unclean Bible Word Scramble: Noah’s Ark Bible worksheet: Clean and Unclean animals Creative Writing: Noah Coloring worksheet: The Animals Fact Sheet: Clean and Unclean Bible worksheet: I can eat… Bible Task Cards: Animals Bible Maze: All aboard! **Lesson Four** Lesson plan (two pages) Coloring page: Animals on the Ark Bible crossword: Noah’s Ark Bible verse match Fill-in-the-blanks & color activity: The Great Flood Connect the dots to create a lion Bible worksheet: The Ark Fact Sheet: Fountains of the Deep Fact Sheet: Fossil Graveyards My favorite Bible animal worksheet What’s the Word? Genesis 8 Creative writing: The Flood **Lesson Five** Lesson plan (two pages) Coloring page: Noah celebrates! Bible Quiz: Noah and the Flood Write your own story: Noah’s Ark My story retell: Noah’s Ark Let’s Draw: Noah’s Ark Question ’n color activity: God’s covenant with Noah Recipe: Noah’s New Earth Breakfast Bible worksheet: Everlasting Covenant Fact Sheet: Anchor stones Bible Craft: Make a hanging mobile Creative writing: Everlasting covenant For more inspiring educational resources visit: Bible Pathway Adventures
pip29
Interpret Sources to Explain how the Anglo Saxons and (Romano) Britons Differed (Y3/4)

Interpret Sources to Explain how the Anglo Saxons and (Romano) Britons Differed (Y3/4)

A lesson for Y3/4 focussing on the skill of historical interpretation. This lesson provides primary and secondary sources (in picture format) that pupils interpret to explain the ways in which the Anglo Saxon invaders of the 6th century AD were different from the Roman-influenced Britons that they found living here. The resources comprise a powerpoint, a sheet with information on the sources (it is suggested you enlarge this to A3), images of the sources to cut and stick (if desired) and the worksheets themselves, differentiated 2 ways.
tejlander
Alexander the Great - True of False?

Alexander the Great - True of False?

True or false activity on the topic, Alexander the Great. Students must determine if the 30 statements are true or false. Answers provided. This activity is designed for Stage 6 students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Personalities in their Times. Option G. Greece - Alexander the Great.
WayneWoods
3 Primary Sources - Alexander the Great

3 Primary Sources - Alexander the Great

3 Primary sources on the topic, Alexander the Great: Arrian speculates on Alexander’s territorial ambitions, c.76-138 CE Plutarch describes Alexander’s engagement at the Battle of the Granicus, May 336 BCE Quintus Curtius Rufus describes the Macedonians looting Persepolis, 330 BCE Students examine the documentary evidence for the nature, reliability and purpose of the passages. This set of activities is designed for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Personalities in their Times. Option G. Greece - Alexander the Great.
WayneWoods
Why did the Macedonians win the Battle of Chaeronea?

Why did the Macedonians win the Battle of Chaeronea?

This is a primary and secondary documentary activity on Why did the Macedonians win the Battle of Chaeronea? Students sift the evidence to identify the planning, weapons and armour, battle tactics, leadership and other factors that resulted in Philip II defeating the alliance of central Greek states in the 338 BCE Battle of Chaeronea. The activity is designed for Stage 6 students of the Higher School Certificate. NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Personalities in their Times. Option G. Greece - Alexander the Great. It can also be used in the teaching of Historical Periods. Option G. 4th–Century Greece to the Death of Philip II.
WayneWoods
Interpret Sources to Explain why the Roman Army was Effective (Y3/4)

Interpret Sources to Explain why the Roman Army was Effective (Y3/4)

A lesson for Y3/4 focussing on the skill of historical interpretation. This lesson provides primary and secondary sources (in picture format) that pupils interpret to decide why the Roman army was such a successful fighting force and why they enjoyed such success against the Celts when they invaded Britain. The resources comprise a powerpoint, a sheet with information on the sources (it is suggested you enlarge this to A3), images of the sources to cut and stick (if desired) and the worksheets themselves, differentiated 2 ways.
tejlander
Persian Empire - Cyrus and the conquest of Babylon

Persian Empire - Cyrus and the conquest of Babylon

Lesson and resources investigate Babylon and Cyrus’ take over. Students look at a comparison between the Babylonian king and Cyrus and why Cyrus was able to take the city so easily. Again Herodotus is at the heart of the tasks, but this also introduces the Nabonidus Chronicle and the important Cyrus Cylinder.
lperry44
Persian Empire - Cyrus the Great and early conquest of Persia

Persian Empire - Cyrus the Great and early conquest of Persia

Lesson focuses on the early conquest of Cyrus the Great, his birth and the description of events by Herodotus. The lesson aims to test chronological awareness, the use of Herodotus as a historian and how Cyrus and Persia dominated the Medes under king Astyages.
lperry44
Persian Empire and using Herodotus

Persian Empire and using Herodotus

Lesson focuses on geography of Persia, by comparing the Persian world today to its origin before Cyrus the Great. Focus on how to use Herodotus and building knowledge of his characteristics as a historian.
lperry44
Alexander the Great - Sequence the Events

Alexander the Great - Sequence the Events

Sequencing activity for the topic, Alexander the Great. Designed for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the NSW Ancient Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Personalities in Their Times. Option G. Greece - Alexander the Great.
WayneWoods
Ezine article - Alexander's Nearest and Dearest

Ezine article - Alexander's Nearest and Dearest

Analysis of article by Brendan Atkins entitled, Alexander’s Nearest and Dearest, published on the Australian Museum website. The brief article examines research carried out by Elizabeth Baynham into Alexander’s relationship with his generals, his staffers, the various categories of royal guards, mature female acquaintances and young female wives. The article looks at Alexander’s need for sexual, emotional relationships and his use of relationships to consolidate alliances and frontiers. Interesting insights into the complexity of managing personal relationships and ensuring that these relationships do not develop into a grab for military/social/political power. This resource is part of a unit of work for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Personalities in Their Times. Option G. Greece - Alexander the Great.
WayneWoods
Newspaper article - Tomb of Philip II of Macedon is Found in Northern Greece

Newspaper article - Tomb of Philip II of Macedon is Found in Northern Greece

Analysis of newspaper article by Nicholas Gage, published in the New York Times, entitled Tomb of Philip II of Macedon is Found in Northern Greece. The 1977 article was published one month after the discovery of Philip II’s tomb at Vergina and gives details about what was found in the tomb and why it is that of Philip II. Interesting insight into Macedonian burial practices. This resource is part of a unit of work for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Personalities in Their Times. Option G. Greece - Alexander the Great.
WayneWoods
Persuasive assessment task - Alexander the Great

Persuasive assessment task - Alexander the Great

Persuasive writing assessment task for the topic, Alexander the Great: "Assess Alexander the Great’s influence on his time. In your assessment you should include: Political influence Military influence Religious and cultural influence Influence in trade and commerce The influence of the Alexander Legend." The task includes advice on how to structure a persuasive text, the literacy features of persuasive writing and a marking guide/rubric. This task is designed for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Personalities in Their Times: Option G. Greece - Alexander the Great.
WayneWoods
Alexander the Great - 4 Cloze Activities

Alexander the Great - 4 Cloze Activities

4 Cloze activities on the topic, Alexander the Great: The Companion Cavalry Bucephalus Battle of the Persian Gate Deification (Apotheosis) This activity is designed for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Personalities in Their Times: Option G. Greece - Alexander the Great
WayneWoods
Paragraphing skills and steps reference sheet

Paragraphing skills and steps reference sheet

This resource was designed for senior high school students that are looking to refine their paragraph writing skills - using the topic of Ancient China’s Terracotta Warriors as an example. The sheet requires students to highlight the paragraph based on its structural features. It then contains steps for success with paragraph writing and points to remember that students can refer to if needed.
kjackson107
Nefertiti PowerPoint

Nefertiti PowerPoint

This powerpoint gives a brief introduction to Ancient Egypt’s Queen Nefertiti - best used as an initial presentation for lower secondary school.
kjackson107
Word Search - Alexander the Great

Word Search - Alexander the Great

Word Search using terms and concepts from the topic, Alexander the Great. This activity is designed for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Personalities in their Times. Option G: Greece - Alexander the Great.
WayneWoods
Alexander the Great - Metalanguage

Alexander the Great - Metalanguage

Metalanguage mix and match activity using terms and concepts from the topic, Alexander the Great. This activity is designed for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Personalities in their Times. Option G: Greece - Alexander the Great.
WayneWoods
The Silk Road in Ancient Times (games)

The Silk Road in Ancient Times (games)

Cards to play different games about the Silk Road in Ancient Times, at the time of the Romans and the Han dynasty China. The cards are about the Romans, the Chinese, and general information about the Silk Road (routes, countries…). Pupils can classify the cards to learn about the Silk Road, play with them (memory or other games). This activity has been prepared by a French teacher to study the subject in English with Year 6) 6e pupils. Thanks for being tolerant with the different propositions of how to play with the cards. Don’t hesitate to tell me if you have better ideas (I would be pleased!) or find any spelling mistake (I hope not!)… Thank you.
ckhg44
Spartan Society - 4 Cloze Activities

Spartan Society - 4 Cloze Activities

4 Cloze activities on the topic, Spartan Society to the Battle of Leuctra, 371 BCE: Sparta’s Resources Lycurgus Hoplite Phalanx Syssitia This set of tasks is designed for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Historical societies: Option G: Greece - Spartan Society to the Battle of Leuctra, 371 BCE.
WayneWoods
Stone Age information text, non-chronological report, model text for year 3 non-fiction writing

Stone Age information text, non-chronological report, model text for year 3 non-fiction writing

I wrote this model text for year 3 children learning about the Stone Age. Important year 3 conjunctions, prepositions and adverbs are shown in red. The model has been written so that the children can easily use it to help them structure their own reports on the Bronze Age or the Iron Age. There is one image and it is from PIXABAY. I have also included some teacher notes about the text. If you are a talk for writing school, I have included the ‘story map’ too.
extra golden-time
How Roman are you? - activity

How Roman are you? - activity

This works really well as a quick starter or plenary activity. Students complete a questionnaire about Roman inventions and how recently they have used them. From this they achieve a score (out of 66) and are asked to stand up when their score bracket is read aloud. A fun way to introduce the concept of why the Romans are so significant.
danguiney
Ancient Egyptian Source Analysis on Mummification

Ancient Egyptian Source Analysis on Mummification

This resource was created for Year 7 History on Ancient Egypt to get students to work on their historical skills - a key component of the Australian Curriculum for History. Ideally, students should have some knowledge on mummification practices in Ancient Egypt before they attempt this worksheet.
kjackson107
Magazine article: Bred for Battle - Understanding Ancient Sparta's Military Machine

Magazine article: Bred for Battle - Understanding Ancient Sparta's Military Machine

Analysis of Antonio Penades’ article in National Geographic, Bred for Battle - Understanding Ancient Sparta’s Military Machine. This article gives a good description of how Spartan hoplites prepared themselves for battle, worked as a phalanx during the battle and recovered from the immediate aftermath of the battle. This resource is designed for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Historical societies: Option G: Greece - Spartan society to the Battle of Leuctra, 371 BCE.
WayneWoods
Roman Civilisation - 23 page lesson pack

Roman Civilisation - 23 page lesson pack

Students read up on background information before being divided into research groups. In this 23 page pack students research either 1) architecture, military & religion, 2) Government, public health, & women, and 3) Roads, slavery & leisure. The packs are really detailed and encourage students to make links and to decide to what extent Ancient Rome can be considered civilised. Students use the information to create presentations which they deliver to the class. As you can see from the pictures this is a project my students love and which really hones their historical skills. I know your students will love it also.
danguiney
Ancient Egypt - Values and Beliefs Question Sheet

Ancient Egypt - Values and Beliefs Question Sheet

This question sheet was created for students to learn more about Ancient Egypt’s “The Book of the Dead”. Would be best used as a research activity or to compliment the Youtube video on the topic - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yv_MXNYbAo.
kjackson107
The Constitution of the Spartans

The Constitution of the Spartans

Worksheet to accompany the outstanding info-documentary, Constitution of the Spartans. This documentary gives an thorough account of the make-up and role of the kings, ephors and Gerousia and their impact on the conservatism prevalent in the Spartan state. This resource is designed for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Historical societies: Option G. Greece - Spartan society to the Battle of Leuctra, 371 BCE.
WayneWoods
Medicine through time Ancient Egypt assessment

Medicine through time Ancient Egypt assessment

Assessment questions and feedback broken down to help students with the Medicine through time course. The presentation is focusing upon doing the key questions (which have been broken down and have key terminology to assist) and then breaks down how to answer them.
lperry44
Julius Caesar - Comparing Sources

Julius Caesar - Comparing Sources

A differentiated task using sources to generate a picture of what Julius Caesar was like as a person. Higher Level reading skills - comparing different sources - discussing the reliability of each source- comparing fact and opinion - using multiple sources to come to a conclusion - referring to the text when expressing an opinion on the main themes and characters Sources - Mark Antony’s Monologue (Shakespeare) www.biography.com The death of Julius Caesar (Plutarch) The Ides of March, Article from The Telegraph
Roseborne88
Ezine article: History of Ancient Sparta

Ezine article: History of Ancient Sparta

Analysis of article written by Owen Jarus posted on LiveScience , History of Ancient Sparta. The article is a basic overview of all things Spartan from the Mycenaean to the Roman period. There is nothing new here, but it is a basic narrative of the chronology of Laconia. This activity is designed for Stage 6 Higher School Certificate students of the Higher School Certificate. NSW Ancient History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Historical societies - Option G. Greece - Spartan society to the Battle of Leuctra, 371 BCE.
WayneWoods
Caesar Assassination - 10 page lesson pack

Caesar Assassination - 10 page lesson pack

After reading through the background information students sift through the twenty four incredibly detailed evidence cards provided to create columns which show how power, politics and people explain the reasons Caesar was killed on the Ides of March. This is an ideal task to help scaffold student responses to a piece of extended written work or timed assessment. I hope your students enjoy this lesson as much as mine do!
danguiney