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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Explorer Journal....The Ten Commandments

The 10 Commandments has been a wonderful lesson for the children. We focused a lot on the history around the giving of the Commandments...and then the meaning of each Commandment and then the fact that God has given us commandments to live by and keep.




For the kiddo's Explorer Journal activity we did a coloring and gluing activity. The kiddos had to color the picture of Moses on Mount Sinai...and then glue on his beard and hair, and then glue on the 10 Commandments "stone tablets." The stone tablets were made from foamy sheets available at your local hobby store or Walmart.






We review the story by using my Mount Sinai diorama. The children loved this interactive way of reviewing the story. I had laid my NUMBER Commandments down around the diorama. This made it easier for the children to remember which commandment was which.



We also sang the TEN COMMANDMENT rap and rhyme song several times. (They LOVED this song.)

7 comments:

  1. Do you have your number commandments for sale some where? I would love to purchase them for my RE class. peschaff@bresnan.net

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  2. Hello Handsonbibleteacher, If you are sharing or selling your Number Commandments, please include me. They are gorgeous! Thank you. mtpsef5@gmail.com

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  3. Hello, I would also love to purchase these if you are selling your Number Commandments. I just love them! Thank YOU! =)
    tinalara21@gmail.com

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  4. Hello, I am also interested in the Number Commandments. I learned them with images similar to these ones and I cannot find them anywhere but here. Courtney@atlanticbc.org Thank you!

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  5. Ditto! Can you provide at least a pattern for us?

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