Memory pegs are unusual pictures or images used to help a person remember things. These memory pegs will help the children to remember the Ten Commandments. (The King James Version is in red and the New International Version is in blue.)
You have permission to print copies of the color posters
or the black and white 10 Commandment posters for your children to color.
We only ask that you not print them to sell for profit.
I have used these memory pegs for about 15 years to teach children the Ten Commandments. They are not original with me. I would like to hear from the person who created them, so that I can give credit where credit is due. If you are the originator of this set, let me know. If you have a set for sale, I will remove the masters from this site and send people to you to buy a set.
|The Ten Commandments, Bookmarks, 25
By Broadman / Holman Church Supply
On the back of these ten commandment Scripture bookmarks is a quote from former chief justice Roy Moore's book, So Help Me God. "There is no question who the God of the ten commandments is and what his impact has been on our nation. Those who grew up under the teaching that the God of the Bible is the God on whom America was founded should be concerned at the modern attempts to make us deny that truth. That truth was known from the time the Pilgrims left the Mayflower, to the time when our nation began more than 150 years later, through the Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, and until only recently—when it has become politically correct to ask whose God is the foundation of America."
|The Ten Commandments, Coloring Book
By Warner Press
The Ten Commandments is a coloring book for ages 4-7 based on Exodus 20:3-17. This coloring book helps childr en learn the actual commandments found in the Bible as well as understand their meaning. The pictures are designed for children to enjoy as an adult helps read the story.
|Kids Ten Commandments 1-5 DVD Gift Set
By George Taweel, Rob Loos & George Taweel / Tyndale Entertainment
The voices of Peter Strauss (Massada), Paul Winfield (Touched by an Angel), Jodi Benson (The Little Mermaid), and guest stars Tim Curry (Wild Thornberrys), Rene Auberjonois (Little Nemo), Lou Diamond Phillips (The King and I), John Schneider (Smallville), and Tom Bosley (Happy Days), bring to life the Kids' 10 Commandments animated mini-movie series. Kids learn biblical values through this entertaining and educational series utilizing state-of-the-art animation. Closed captions. 5 DVDs, approx. 30 minutes each.
|Ten Commandments, Ages 7-11
By Mary Tucker / Teacher Created Resources
Use ten comprehensive lessons to introduce children to the Ten Commandments. Stories, discussion questions, and memory verses are accompanied by puzzles, crafts, songs, rhymes, and other activities to help children discover important truths about each commandment. Softcover, 48 pages.
|Hand Commands: The Ten Commandments for Little Ones
By Ann Dunagan
Children and adults alike can learn hand motions to go along with each of the Ten Commandments. It's an interactive and fun way for parents and teachers to help little ones discover the Ten Commandments using simple hand motions they will remember. Recommended for ages 5 and under.
(The book cannot be ordered because it is no longer in print. This is a link to the instructions.)
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Hand Commands is no longer in print. The author has information on her website explaining the hand gestures. http://harvestministry.org/hand-commands-explanation
Here is a poem from McGuffey's Reader that also helps kids learn the Ten Commandments easily.
Thank you for sharing all this. Teaching the kids the 10 commandments and you have made it so much easier to learn.
Thank you for this christian for children. It is scripturally sound, and so helpful with my sunday school children.
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Very cool! I am working on teaching the 10 commandments for my grand kids and writing about it at SandwichINK for other children as well. I was interested to read the comment about the order. I originally learned the 10 commandments at a Lutheran church school and it was divided the way the other writer mentioned. But I now go to an evangelical church where I was shocked to discover that there are two different ways of dividing up the 10 commandments. My current church uses the other way of divvying up the ten commandments and since my other grandkids also use that order, that's what I'm using for my close up grandkids. It's definitely interesting, isn't it. Thanks for a lovely blessing to others.