thereligionteacher.com- A Ten Commandments Activity
The ten commandments are such an important topic in Catholic religious education curricula. They have a place in almost every year’s course. This Ten Commandments activity asks students to creatively interpret and understand these great laws.
kidsclubs4jesus.com- Mt. Sinai, 10 Commandments, Golden Calf lessons with puzzles, coloring sheet, Bible readings, questions, memory verses, key points, object lesson, drama, puppets, etc. (These files are set up and formatted so that they can be easily made into weekly booklets for your children's ministry, youth ministry, etc., with 4 sheets of legal paper and two staples).
children.cccm.com- Ten Commandments (Protestant version of the Ten Commandments and lots of other Moses lessons with memory verses, circle the correct words, true or false, fill in the blanks, puzzles, and color sheets.
calvarycurriculum.com- The Ten Commandments lesson #43 (same Protestant lessons as above but posted at another website)
The Commandments- An extensive study of all the commandments. (The New Saint Joseph Baltimore Catechism, No 1, page 73-109). For younger students.
The Commandments- An extensive study of all the commandments. (The New Saint Joseph Baltimore Catechism, No 2, page 95-142). For older students.
Kids’ Travel Guide to the 10 Commandments by Carol Mader- Here’s a fun way to get kindergarten through 5th grade children into the 10 Commandments and to get the 10 Commandments into the hearts of children. Thirteen lessons filled with stories, crafts, games, prayer, and adventure about Moses, each of the commandments, review of all the commandments, and how all of the commandments lead us to Jesus. (Protestant)
dltk-bible.com- Parchment Commandments: This project gives the children the opportunity to "rewrite" the ten commandments in more modern language. Combining this exercise with creating their own parchment makes for a fun and educational craft.
The Ten Commandments- Moses brought down laws from the Lord. The children will turn cereal boxes into their own stone tablets. Even though this craft is from a preschool book, it is appropriate for older students. (Preschool Christian Crafts by Linda Standke, page 19).
Introduce game: How well do you know the Ten Commandments? Let’s find out.
christiancrafters.com- Hot Bricks (Ten Commandments Game)- A musical chair game. Scroll down to this fun game.
kidssundayschool.com- 10 Commandment Quiz
Directions: (You can also change the quiz by copying it on Word and then editing it). Print out a copy for teacher to read to class. Divide the class into two teams and ask one student from each team a question. If the student is right, their team gets a point.
Ten Commandments Drill One, Two, Three, and Four- Fun and educational games about the Ten Commandments with flash cards, key word cards, outline page, and answers provided. This book is spiral bound to make copying easier. (Faith Facts for Young Catholics by Kieran Sawyer, page 17-22).
books.google.com- Beach Ball Madness (The Ten Commandments)
This game will help your students discover that life is much easier with guidelines, rules, and standards such as the Ten Commandments. (The Encyclopedia of Bible Games for Children’s Ministry by Group Publishing, page 36).
sanctussimplicitus.com- Matching the Ten Commandments with Moses
Read the Commandments on the wheel. Match the corresponding number with the correct Commandment. Variation: Have one player mismatch the order. The second player tries to place the pins in the correct position.
Introduce game: What laws did God give to Moses? What do these laws want us to do? Are they duties to each other and to God that we must do?
What Commandment is it?
Directions: Tell the students a sin and have them tell you what commandment it broke.
Ten Commandments Memory Game (Catholic)- Cards are laid out in a grid face down, and players take turns flipping pairs of cards over. On each turn, the player will first turn one card over, then a second. If the two cards match, the player scores one point, the two cards are removed from the game, and the player gets another turn. If they do not match, the cards are turned back over.
The object is to match more pairs of cards than the opposing player. (One point is scored for each matched pair, and the player with the highest score after all cards have been matched wins.) When cards are turned over, it is important to remember where they are for when the matching card is turned up later in the game.
Ten Commandments In Order Game (Catholic)- Mix up cards and place them on a table face up. Students then put the commandments in the proper order lining them up from top to bottom. The first student that can put the commandment cards in the correct order wins. This game can be played individually or in teams.
Introduction: What are sins? Breaking God’s law. What are God’s laws? The Ten Commandments. So what are the Ten Commandments? They are laws from God that we must always keep.
Players place their marker on START. The players roll the dice and follow the directions on the space they land on. If they land on a “?”, the player to their right draws a card and reads the question out loud (only use the questions that are age appropriate for your students). On each card is a question about sins and the player must tell which commandment the sin broke (they may say the commandment number or the commandment). Younger students can say whether or not it is a sin and why. If they answer correctly, they receive 1 token (milk caps, poker chips, etc.). If they are not correct, they do not receive one. When a player gets to the end of one game board, they keep going on the second game board and continue to FINISH. All players must land on FINISH with the exact number. When the player reaches FINISH they will count their tokens. After all players have made it to FINISH, the player with the most tokens wins.
This activity is free, however it can only to be used for classroom and personal use. It may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. Reproduction or retransmission of any materials, in whole or in part, in any manner, is not permitted.
Introduce activity: What laws did God give Moses that people must always keep?
Directions: Have students fold the paper in half separating the two columns with the print facing up. Students then cut on the black line through BOTH papers. Students then open paper and cut paper in half on the fold to make two tablets. Students then fill in the blanks with teacher during class discussion.
365 Activities for Kids- Moses spot the different on March 23rd.
More 365 Activities for Kids (do any of the Ten Commandments puzzles, mazes, dot-to-dot, spot the difference, etc. from March 27 - 31).
This puzzle is free, however it is only to be used for classroom and personal use. It may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. Reproduction or retransmission of any materials, in whole or in part, in any manner, is not permitted.
kidssundayschool.com- Ten Commandment Quiz: How well do the children know the Ten Commandments? This little quiz will be enlightening. You can also change the quiz by copying it on Word and then editing it.
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