These creative educators read the book to their classes prior to Good Friday. On Good Friday, the classes (K-8) rotated to nine classrooms for activities related to my book. Each child made a book in the shape of a boat and added pictures as they progressed through the rooms.
The day culminated with chapel. They entered the chapel from darkness through a curtain, and saw a banner made by the 8th graders. This symbolized the tearing of the temple curtain when Jesus died. Students, teachers, and parents got teary eyed with the impact of the drama.