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Downloadable craft...I think I would not cut out the circle but glue Jonah on it and then cut another circle to cover Jonah and use a  brass fastener to slide it up and down.

Downloadable craft...I think I would not cut out the circle but glue Jonah on it and then cut another circle to cover Jonah and use a brass fastener to slide it up and down.

Big fish for Jonas. Arrange using the classroom table and have the lesson in the fish, on the floor, under the table

Big fish for Jonas. Arrange using the classroom table and have the lesson in the fish, on the floor, under the table

Jonah  "What Did the Big Fish Eat?" Game       This big fish has swallowed many things including Jonah. Your children answer questions and then reach into the fish's mouth and pull out a piece of paper with a picture of something the fish has swallowed. They will be amazed and entertained by all the different things he has eaten. The child who pulls out the picture of Jonah wins.

Jonah "What Did the Big Fish Eat?" Game This big fish has swallowed many things including Jonah. Your children answer questions and then reach into the fish's mouth and pull out a piece of paper with a picture of something the fish has swallowed. They will be amazed and entertained by all the different things he has eaten. The child who pulls out the picture of Jonah wins.

Jonah and the big fish, this would be great in a home school room for a weekly bible lesson!

Jonah and the big fish, this would be great in a home school room for a weekly bible lesson!

Jonah and the Whale craft. Draw or print fish. Cut out belly. Use sticky contact paper. Stick on one side, sticky side up. Let kids feed the whale (w/ Jonah and...). Cover with another piece of contact paper. Hang in window. No templates

Jonah in the Big Fish – a craft activity for children

Jonah and the Whale craft. Draw or print fish. Cut out belly. Use sticky contact paper. Stick on one side, sticky side up. Let kids feed the whale (w/ Jonah and...). Cover with another piece of contact paper. Hang in window. No templates

Made these with my Preschool Sunday School Class along with their Jonah lesson... the kids LOVED it! We also thumb print painted a scene of the sea and a ship & placed a small pic of Jonah on the end of a popsicle stick & the kids re-enacted Jonah being thrown out of the ship and the fish swallowing him ;)- instead of fish you could do jonah kneeling in prayer

Clever clothespin crafts – you're gonna love these!

Made these with my Preschool Sunday School Class along with their Jonah lesson... the kids LOVED it! We also thumb print painted a scene of the sea and a ship & placed a small pic of Jonah on the end of a popsicle stick & the kids re-enacted Jonah being thrown out of the ship and the fish swallowing him ;)- instead of fish you could do jonah kneeling in prayer

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