Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, Life Skills, Social Studies
Product Type: Book, Printable
A set of coloring booklets....1 for big kids and 1 for little kids....to learn or review the 10 Commandments.
This is a set of 2 coloring booklets for the ten (10) commandments for kids. The first booklet is for little kids. It’s written in simple terms for them to be able to understand. Stick kids are used so that none of the images are violent or hard for them to grasp.The second booklet is for big kids. It’s written with the exact words from the bible. Stick kids are used so that none of the images are violent or hard to understand.NOTE: This is the Catholic version of the 10 Commandments.The last page of both booklets is the Commandments from the NASB bible. Also included are directions for how to assemble the booklets.
Who is it for?
Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds)
2nd Graders, (7 to 8-year-olds)
4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
2 coloring booklets (1 for big kids, 1 for little kids)
directions for how to assemble
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About the Seller
The Treasured Schoolhouse
I'm a homeschool mom, religion teacher of 10+ years for PreK-K, amateur photographer, and a (retired) Army wife living the best life there is!!
I believe that teaching should be fun. If they enjoy what they're doing, they'll be learning without even knowing it!! I believe in using different tools and methods so that all the learning styles can get something from the lesson.
I only received the Little Kids version-twice. Are you no longer including the Big Kids as the description says?
I also was confused about the 6th commandment. Perhaps you could somehow update that one -- our new religion book explains it as keeping a promise of the special love between a husband and wife. I don't know if that would help with a possible rewording. I have not yet used the booklet but I think the children will enjoy it.
Asked on April 26th, 2017
I'm sorry that there was an error with the file. I've re-uploaded the file and then downloaded it to make sure it was correct and it is. It has both versions of the book in it.
Also for the 6th commandment, that's the wording that the director lets me use for my class. I teach PreK-K and she wanted it very basic so that the parents wouldn't have issues with the wording for ones that young (and I sometimes have younger). I do plan on updating it, but I have been so busy, so it's on my "to do" list. I even took a vote on my blog about what rewording my readers would prefer when I do update it.
Thank you so much for purchasing from my store and letting me know about the error in the files. I hope that the kids enjoy the books. It's one of our class favorites each year. Thanks again!!
"The Treasured Schoolhouse"
Answered by The Treasured Schoolhouse on April 27th, 2017