The Flood – 2500 B.C.- 2300 B.C. (Unit Study)


The Flood

**We believe in “Young Earth Creationism” and teach from that viewpoint. In this section, we explore the idea that dinosaurs roamed the earth at the same time as humans. If you have an issue with these views feel free to skip over that particular material or the first few units that will discuss those views and move on down the timeline to a time period with less controversy. Thanks!




  1. Read Genesis 5:28-9:28



Read these interesting articles:

  1. Was There Really a Noah’s Ark & Flood?
  2. The Flood Story in Other Cultures


  1. How landscapes reveal Noah’s Flood (Science)
  2. What kinds of  geographical landscapes could have been created by a great flood?
  3. The Ice Age and the Genesis Flood (Science)
  4. What types of climate ( Study Intro to Climates) could have formed after the drastic change of water covering the whole earth?
  5. Print out a map of the Middle East (HERE) Label the countries and draw in mountain ranges and label Mount Ararat.



This subject is not necessarily “theme” based but I will have at least one section that ties in the theme.

  1. Going with the theme: Noah’s Ark Math Puzzle
  2. Math You Need to Know: Rounding
  3. Practice Rounding (Khan Academy Lesson and practice)
  4. Multi-Digit Addition
  5. Practice Multi-Digit Addition (Khan Academy Lesson and practice)
  6. Multi-digit Subtraction
  7. Practice Multi-Digit Subtraction (Khan Academy Lesson and practice)
  8. Play Time:Bike Racing Rounding


Language Arts

the study of grammar, composition, spelling, and (sometimes) public speaking,


English Grammar 101 learn about pronouns.


Read Genesis 5:28-9:28 , list and label the pronouns and diagram a few scriptures. I use Sentence Diagrammer App for Windows to check work.

Essay Writing

  1. Cite evidence Learn how to cite (HERE) Use this program to check your citations: EasyBib.
  2. Need to know how to write an essay? Watch THIS.


Report Writing

  1. How to Write a Report
  2. What are the differences between essays and reports?
  3. Cite evidence Learn how to cite (HERE) Use this program to check your citations: EasyBib.
  4. Write a report of the Flood and its effects on earth at the time.


  1. Keep a vocabulary notebook and write down and define words you do not know!
  2. SAT Vocabulary Lists in Alphabetical Order (work through the list at 5 words a day)Try to use them in sentences concerning Noah and the Great Flood.

Vocabulary in other subjects:

  1. Geography terms
  2. Genres of Literature



Cursive Practice Verses in Genesis 5:28-9:28 Use This Cursive Generator.



  1. Bible Reading Genesis 5:28-9:28
  2. Genres of Literature. Pick a genre, use it to express an idea about The Great Flood.


Extra reading suggestions for this time era:

Adam and His Kin: The Lost History of Their Lives  {aff link} (Chapter 8-13)




  1. Geologic Evidences for the Genesis Flood
  2. Startling evidence for Noah’s Flood
  3. Sedimentary Rocks



Life Skills

Many skills were needed after the Flood waters receded and Noah’s family left the ark.

  1. Sewing: From Fiber to Fabric: Wool’s a Natural
  2. Cooking: How to Cook Over a Campfire
  3. Gardening: A guide for the first-time gardener
  4. Animal Husbandry:Beginner’s Guide to Keeping Chickens
  5. Outdoor Skills: How to Make Fire Without Matches or a Lighter

Other Languages

Learn a Language:


  1. Online Free Spanish

Learn a Language for free! 


  1. Learn about Donizetti: Diluvio Universale (Opera)
  2. Listen on YouTube Gaetano Donizetti – Il Diluvio Universale


Arts & Crafts

Study: Art Mediums

Art Appreciation

  1. The Deluge, by Michelangelo (Contains Artistic Nudity)
  2. A Deluge, by Leonardo da Vinci
  3. The Deluge, by Francis Danby (this unit study’s title image)
  4. Paint your own version of The Deluge.


  1. Make a free at WordPress Blog and blog about the topics you learn about each unit! (English Writing)
  2. Make a video, edit, and Post it to YouTube! Ours is Oh Happy Daze’s Channel!

Field Trip Ideas

  1. A Travel Guide to Prehistoric Places in North America look for the rock layers.
  2. Find a recent flood area, study the destruction flooding causes.
  3. Find a Creation Museum
  4. Find an Noah’s Ark Replica


 Other Links

The Stone Age (YouTube Videos from AllHistories 15 part series on the Stone Age)

Mesopotamia (3500 BC – 559 BC)

Indus Valley Civilization (3300 BC – 1300 BC)

Old Kingdom (Egypt, 3000 BC – 2000 BC)



Always be willing to further explore any topics your child shows interest in!!!

I hope you enjoy our unit study!!

Have a blessed time learning!



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About Becky Husband

Becky is a Hebraic Christian homeschool mom blogger that lives on a small farm in Deep East Texas. When she isn't homeschooling her kids, she is busy documenting her family's life on her blog. In her blog, she writes about her faith, family, homeschooling, and homesteading. She also shares the family's abundance of hobbies such as geocaching, hiking, biking, birding, nature photography, and most recently her art! She is always eager to answer any questions others may have so feel free to leave comments and inquiries!

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