Ninth Commandment: You shall not covet your neighbor's wife.
Tenth Commandment: You shall not covet your neighbor's goods. (Catholic)
Do you guard your thoughts?
Do you fail to keep your mind out of trouble?
Do you always think about things you can’t have?
Do you ever feel jealous of others?
Do you have unholy thoughts about others?
Do you want to destroy what others have, because you can’t have it?
Do you fail to trust in what God has in His plan for you?
Do you judge others?
Are you selfish?
Are material possessions the purpose of my life?
Have I been greedy or desired to amass earthly goods without limit?
Lesson 20: The Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Commandments of God- (The New Saint Joseph Baltimore Catechism, No. 1, page 95-99). For younger students.
Lesson 20: The Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Commandments of God- (The New Saint Joseph Baltimore Catechism, No. 2, page 127-132). For older students.
catholicity.com- Lesson 20 from the Baltimore Catechism (no questions at end of lesson as in the book above)
cin.org- The Baltimore Catechism (9th Commandment)
cin.org- The Baltimore Catechism (10th Commandment)
You Shall Not Want What Others Have- Stories, crafts, games, prayer, and adventure. (Kids' Travel Guide to the 10 Commandments by Carol Mader, page 98-106).
britishcouncil.org- The Greedy Hippo is eating everything and the other animals are angry. How can they stop the hippo eating all their food? Read and listen to the story of the greedy hippo. You can also print out the story and activities are provided to download for free.
dltk-teach.com- The Goose with the Golden Egg (it isn’t good to be greedy)- Story, coloring pages, connect the dots, goose paper craft, fun facts, etc.
Mr. Greedy by Roger Hargreaves- Mr. Greedy is the greediest person alive. When he comes to visit, make sure there's no food lying around or it will soon be gone.
The Berenstain Bears Get the Gimmies by Stan and Jan Berenstain- Brother and Sister Bear want everything in sight, and they throw tantrums when they don't get what they want. Wisely Mama and Papa deal with this childhood malady by teaching the cubs about the family budget and the importance of appreciating all that they have already.
The Berenstain Bears And the Green-Eyed Monster by Stan and Jan Berenstain- Sister can't believe the gift Brother gets for his birthday--it's the biggest, shiniest three-speed bike she's ever seen! She may not be big enough to reach the pedals, but she wants that bike! The evils of jealousy become clear in a nightmare in which a green-eyed monster convinces Sister to prove that she can ride the bike. But look out! Sister--and the bike--are headed for trouble.
The Berenstain Bears Mad, Mad, Mad Toy Craze by Stan and Jan Berenstain- The peace and calm of life in Bear Country is disrupted by the arrival of Beary Bubbies. The cubs will do anything to get their hands on these adorable, collectible little toys. As the fad gathers momentum, the cubs--not to mention Mama and Papa--start to feel the strain as they resort to desperate measures trying to get their paws on as many Beary Bubbies they can. With their usual folk wisdom and keen insight, Stan and Jan have tackled a subject that's near and dear to today's kids and parents alike.
mssscrafts.com- You shall not covet anything that belongs to your neighbor. Exodus 20:17
tdcgames.com- GREED is one of the most addictive dice games ever created. Throw the GREED dice to make winning combinations, but beware! The first time you don't add to your score, all is lost. Challenged to keep throwing the dice for a better score, players must learn to stop before raw greed overtakes them.
Green With Envy: A game that helps children to recognize what coveting is and identify ways of how to keep the 10th Commandment.
Introduction: Coveting means wanting something really bad. It includes jealousy, but also taking things from other people, or ruining them so they can’t have them. We can do this with people—have you ever heard people say, “He’s my friend, he can’t be yours!” Or with property—for example, you might be angry at your brother and don’t want him to have the last cookie, so you eat it or hide it on him. Coveting is a way of being mean. It starts in our thoughts when we judge others. We think about things we can’t have, or that we think others shouldn’t have and then sooner or later, we act on these thoughts.
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