Easy Noah's Ark Preschool Craft

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Recently we read through the story of Noah's Ark and sang a cute chant for the letter B with my 2 and 4 year old.  To stay with the boat theme, I put together a cute Noah's Ark Craft that involved some of my preschooler's favorite things-- scissors, stickers, and glue!

Sweet Noah's Ark Craft for Preschoolers with plenty of fine motor skills practice-- scissor skills, manipulating stickers, and using a glue stick.
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What you'll need:
construction paper
animal stickers
glue stick

On a brown piece of construction paper, I drew a large half circle, a rectangle, and a triangle.  Little Sis cute out each piece and we assembled it into a boat and glued it onto some blue paper.

Next we brought out animal stickers and found various sets of animals to put on Noah's Ark.  This was a great time to reinforce the number two!

To complete the craft, we made a rainbow using strips of construction paper and a white shaped cloud.  Little Sis glued the strips of paper to the cloud and then we glued the ark to the strips.

Such a sweet craft with plenty of learning opportunities and fine motor skills built in!

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