Life in the Great Ice Age by Michael and Beverly Oard
Lesson 2: Chapter 1
Life in the Great Ice Age
Pages 7-14 (Chapter 1)
How did Jabeth’s family members protect themselves from wild animals?
Why did Jabeth hunt animals?
Who was Jabeth’s favorite storyteller?
Besides using fire, how did the family keep its cave warm?
How many people could have slept in the cave? (Note: there were five tents, each holding either three children or two adults.)
When Grandfather told the history of his family, who did he say Jabeth was named after?
What did the Ark look like? What were the dimensions of the Ark, according to the Bible?
How many days were Noah and his family on the Ark?
What sign did God give Noah and his family and generations not yet born that He would never again destroy the entire Earth with a flood?
List as many family members as you can, including immediate family, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and great-great grandparents.
Using graph paper, plot out the dimensions of the Ark (from Scripture – Genesis 6:13-16). A project that could be worked on throughout this series is to build an Ark using Popsicle sticks, with the scale 18 inches = 1 cubit (see also Building a scale model of Noah’s Ark).
Based on Scripture, draw a time-line that includes the time Noah took to build the Ark and the time spent on the Ark, also include how many days it rained, how long the land was covered, both fully and partially, etc. Be creative!