We read the Jericho story every school day we had. In several different children's Bible's we also watched this Slide Show.
The only real craft we did for this story was coloring pages, which for some reason I didn't save the link for... (sorry)
Fun and Games
The first and most fun (for Treyton) activity we did was act out the story. We used our school table to represent Jericho and we marched around 1 time blowing our horns (toilet paper and paper towel rolls) as loud as we could. Then we laid down and slept - 1 day. We did this 6 times. Then on the 7th "day" we walked around 7 times, very quietly, then we blew our horns the LOUDEST we could, and we imagined the walls coming down.
Towards the end of our studies we played Simon Says. This game is a big hit at our house. This was a great illustration about how the Israelites had to listen to ALL that God told them, partially listening was not good enough.
Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, Jericho, Jericho
Joshua fought the battle of Jericho,
And the walls came tumbling down!