This is such an easy and cute craft for toddlers and younger children.
Print off a picture of an ark. I made this one when 90 seconds of looking online didn't come up with one I liked. (Does someone need to sing the Patience Song? Ha ha!!) Colour and then cut out. Parents can help cut if the kids aren't quite at the scissors stage.
Glue onto a dark or stormy colour background. I had a wonderful blue-grey that was perfect!
Rip tissue paper into long, jagged strips for the waves. Crunch slightly in your hands and then gently smooth out again for some extra texture. Using different colours really helps to show depth, so I grabbed bright blue, grey, and black. Glue starting with the top layer and overlapping as you go.
Place glue dots (use white school glue or hot glue gun, not a gluestick!) in the sky area and attach sequins for the raindrops. Chalk dots would also look great!
Viola! Noah's ark in the stormy waves! :)
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