Good morning! I am so excited to share a new preschool printable pack with you all this morning: The Ten Commandments. Actually, I’m sharing 2 packs with you: The Mega Pack & The Mini Pack.
The Mini Pack is free! You can get the Mini Pack here.
I love to use this to help kids review the events in the story. It’s also great practice for cutting and pasting.
My son loves completing patterns.
Letter Focus Sheets
These are helpful for practicing letter formation. If you want to get some extra use out of these sheets you can laminate them or pop them into a clear page protector and use dry erase markers or crayons. I use this laminator and it’s basic but it gets the job done.
Key Lesson Verse
With each Bible story unit I try to focus in on one key verse to learn with my son.
Snipping Practice & Cutting Practice
For those still working on tracing skills these sheets can be fun. Try to mix it up- have your child use paint and a paintbrush to trace the lines, or glitter glue.
Ten Commandments in Kid Language
I love to teach my boys to memorize Scripture verbatim but when teaching them concepts I like to use language that is more on their level.
Ordinal Number Practice
This sheet is great for practicing letter formation and becoming acquainted with ordinal numbers.
You can get the Mini Pack here.
If you want more the Mega Pack is available for $2 on Teachers Pay Teachers.
Commandment Focus Pages
Each commandment has a page that your child can use to focus on each commandment and the ordinal numbers.
A little activity to practice counting, cutting, and pasting.
Memory Matching Game
Print off the cards, cut them out and then use them to play the memory matching game. This is something for more advanced preschoolers as it involves matching ordinal numbers with their abbreviation. You may want to print these two pages on cardstock.
Block Letter Spelling
Cut along the lines and then put together. These last longer if you print them on cardstock.
Print onto cardstock, laminate, and punch holes where the dots are. Then use a shoe lace to practice lacing.
Ten Commandments Hoping Game
Tape the pages down onto the floor like a hopscotch game. Then have your child play “hopscotch” and review a commandment when he or she lands on it.
Practice tracing the letters in the words and names featured in The Ten Commandments. Again, make it fresh by painting the letters, using glitter glue, or laminating and using dry erase markers or crayons.
Ten Commandments Cut & Paste
Practice putting the ten commandments in order.
Here are some books that we as a family enjoy and recommend for supplementing your study of The Ten Commandments.