One of the greatest game changers in all of history was the worldwide flood. In this workshop we discuss the reasons for this calamity, the methods God used to carry it out, and the hope God demonstrated in saving Noah’s family and the animals to start the world again. Just when kids think they’ve heard it all, there are new and fascinating details about the flood and the ark for students to think about:
This class is interactive, lively, and engaging for all kids. A high point of the workshop is the unveiling of a three-dimensional, 6-foot, computer generated model of the original ark as we believe it may have looked. At the end of the class, students color an iron-on transfer of the ark to be applied to a tee shirt, tote bag, or pillowcase.
Noah’s Ark: All Aboard is presented by Mrs. Ruth Carter. She grew up in Africa where her parents were missionaries. Ruth has a B.S. in nursing from the University of Illinois. She and her husband are in charge of the volunteer program here at the Creation Museum. Ruth also teaches several other kids’ workshops.
Tickets for the class are just $3.50. The presentation is planned with the upper elementary student in mind, but kids ages 5 through 6th grade may attend. Parents can accompany their children at no additional charge but will need to reserve a free observer ticket.
Private workshops can be booked for groups (subject to availability) at the rate of $3.30 per person. The minimum group size is 25 paid participants (not including free adult observers) and the maximum is 90 people. When you book your group's visit with Group Reservations ask about a private workshop for your group.