By Kathy Ross
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On the part of the paper that is hidden behind the larger paper write Mene, mene, tekel, upharsin, which was a warning to the evil king. 4 Trace your hand on the construction paper in the skin color. Cut out the hand outline. Glue the hand to the paper on the wall so that the fingers cover the center slit in the paper. To make the hand look like it is writing a warning on the wall, slowly pull the smaller paper to one side to reveal the hidden message. 35 Look in the book of Jonah to read about his three long days in the belly of a big fish.
Use the pencil to help you stuff the toe of the sock into the slit in the bottom of the ball. 5 Draw arms and other details of the robe with the black marker. 6 The two clothespins will be the ravens. Paint them black and let them dry on the Styrofoam tray. Cut wings for each bird from the black paper. Glue the wings on one side of each clothespin. 7 Punch out two eyes for each bird from the white paper. Use the black marker to draw a dot in the middle of each eye for a pupil. Glue the eyes to the top bar of each clothespin toward the clamp end.
Cut a 6-inch (15-cm) slit across the blue paper, starting from the middle of the top of the boat and going toward the center of the paper out of the boat. 3 4 Glue the cut paper with the boat on it over the second sheet of blue paper, being careful to glue only around the edges of the paper so that you do not glue the slit shut. 5 Glue Jesus in the upper left corner of the paper walking on the water toward the boat. Slip Peter into the boat by sliding him into the slit. To show what happened, pull Peter up to the top of the slit to move him out of the boat and onto the water.