Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Ten Commandments Lapbooks
Make these lapbooks to help your children remember the Ten Commandments. You can adjust each of them to fit your faith teachings.
sheilasjourney-sheila.blogspot.com- 10 Commandments lapbook that her daughter made.
homeschoolshare.com- Scroll down to Ten Commandments Tablet
showerofroses.blogspot.com- Catholic version
lapbooklessons.com- This page is full of resources you can use to make your Ten Commandments Lapbook. (Protestant)
homeschoolblogger.com- 10 Commandments Lapbook (Protestant)
familiacatolica-org.blogspot.com- Of the Ten Commandments Lapbook
Use http://translate.google.com/ to translate to English
lapbooksforcatholics.com- This is a Catholic lapbook you can buy, but it can give you lots of ideas for your own.
Activities you can put inside your lapbook:
Moses- (Pre K – K) lesson plan with: Objectives, Word Wall, Bible Story with questions, Songs and/or Finger Plays, Activities, Crafts, Games, Snacks, Coloring/Puzzles, etc.
Moses and the Laws of God- lesson plan for 1st grade on up with: Objectives, Review, Vocabulary Words, Bible Story with questions, Activities, Crafts, Games, Snacks, Puzzles/Mazes/Worksheets, etc.
Ten Commandments Activities- activities, games, puzzles, worksheets, etc.
Ten Commandments (file folder game)- The object of the game is to identify which commandment the sin broke.
I Love God Above All Things (1st Commandment)- is played with a deck of cards with pictures of various objects on them. The purpose of this game is see if you can "lose" all of your objects (cards) that you have valued over God.
Potty Mouth (2nd Commandment)- Using the Lord’s name in vain is like fingernails scrapping down a chalkboard. God hears us when we take his name in vain and it must break his heart when his name is used in such a manner. This game focuses on how we sometimes do not have respect for God and God’s name.
What ever happened to good manners at church? (3rd Commandment)- Find out if you know how to behave in church. Roll the die and move that many spaces. Follow the directions on the space you land on. If the space has a Roll Play activity on it, perform it to the best of your ability. If needed, the teacher will help you understand what to do and coach you how to do it correctly. If the space has a picture of person reacting to bad behavior that they had just seen in church, draw a Game Card and read it out loud (if the student cannot read, the teacher or someone can read it for them). Answer the question to the best of your ability (the teacher can coach the student if necessary).
Back Talk (4th Commandment)- The object of this game is for the children to honor their parent’s requests in the proper way.
Honor Your Father and Mother (4th Commandment)- Your parents are important and do many things for you. In this game, players give reasons why their parents are important as they make their way through the game board. The first player to “FINISH” wins.
Look Who's Growing (5th Commandment)- This game provides an entertaining way to educate students about pregnancy and fetal development to help promote Pro Life.
Are You Ready To Clean Up Your Act? (6th Commandment)- We're kidding ourselves, and we know it. And yet we carry on – thinking we are following all the commandments and meanwhile making up our own rules. Why is it so hard for people to follow the 6th commandment: Thou shall not commit adultery? It is harder than you think or is it? In this game players must answer correctly questions about the 6th commandment or they are sent to the bathtub to clean up their act.
Thief! (7th Commandment)- Players are given situations and they must identify whether or not they are breaking the 7th Commandment. They also must state what they are obliged to do for their sin.
Liar, liar pants on fire! (8th Commandment)- Here is a fun game that helps children to recognize what lying is and how to resist it.
Green With Envy (10th Commandment)- A game that helps children to recognize what coveting is and identify ways of how to keep the 10th commandment.