Yet ANOTHER Noah's ark craft!
You need: Cardstock, crayons, scissors, and hole punch (optional).
First, print out the templates at the end. I found them on Google, but I have doubled each animal (two-by-two, you know) and sized them so that they will fit little fingers perfectly. Just expand each template into a landscape mode.
After you print them out, you can cut them out like I have below (or you can cut them out more precisely, if you like. I was just in a hurry.)
Then, take scissors and cut out the holes. It's a lot easier to do this if you use a hole punch first.
Then combine the matches. You can either give each child in your Sunday school one or two pairs of animals, (or. . .if you are homeschooling, you can give them all to your kid!) If they are old enough, your kids can do all this cutting stuff, otherwise, just let them color. At the end of class, you could let the kids line up and walk their animals two-by-two into an "ark." Be creative!