Studying Moses and the book of Exodus with your students? These two lapbooks, Moses and the Ten Commandments and Moses and the Ten Plagues, will make great supplements to your lessons. Easy to use and assemble, they will help your students review the Ten Commandments and the Ten Plagues found in the book of Exodus in the Old Testament.
Moses is such an amazing man in the Bible and his stories are worth studying and teaching your students. They are fundamental in helping us know who God is and to understanding the rest of the Bible.
Plus, as a bonus, I'm throwing in a Ten Commandments Word Search for free!
Moses and the Ten Commandments Lapbook
Use this "Moses and the Ten Commandments Lapbook" to teach or review the Ten Commandments given to Moses by God on Mount Sinai. Great for 2nd-4th graders. Great supplement for any lesson on the Ten Commandments in schools and Sunday School classes.
Kids will read and review the Ten Commandments. They will fill in the blanks to complete each commandment in a simple form on each flap.
- includes fill in the blank answers for commandments 1 - 5
- includes fill in the blank answers for commandments 6 - 10
- includes flip shapes with questions about the commandments
Kids will answer the following questions:
What is a commandment?
Who gave the commandments to Moses and why?
Which of the commandments is the hardest for you to keep? Why?
Where was Moses when God spoke to him and gave him the 10 commandments?
Pictures are in black and white so students can color the handouts themselves.
Directions for assembling the Moses and the Ten Commandments Labbook are included.
This "Moses and the Ten Plagues of Egypt Lapbook" is a great tool to teach or review the Ten Plagues sent by Moses to convince Pharaoh, the King of Egypt, to release the Hebrew people from slavery. It is a great supplement to be used with a study of the plagues listed in Exodus 7:24 - 12:36. This is a great Old Testament Sunday School or Bible Lesson for 2nd-4th graders.
Kids will read and review what the Ten Plagues of Egypt were. They will correctly identify the order in which the the plagues happened. They will also answer questions about who Moses and Pharaoh were. These questions are in the form of fill in the blank answers. (Please see the preview for examples of these questions. There are four questions for each person.)
Kids will answer questions about the plagues to help them personalize the lesson and get them to dive in deeper to the lesson.
1. Which plague, frogs or gnats, would have bothered you more? Explain your answer.
2. Imagine that you lived in Egypt during the time of the plagues. Describe what you think it would have been like to see the Nile River turn to blood.
3. Why do you think Pharaoh was so hard hearted?
4. How do you think Moses felt when he asked Pharaoh to let his people go?
Detailed directions for assembling this Moses and the Ten Plagues Lapbook are included. This lapbook provides a simple and fun way to enhance your kids' learning of the ten plagues of Egypt found in Exodus in the Bible.
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