Reply to "BIBLE SKILLS & GAMES Workshop Lessons and Ideas for the Ten Commandments"

Numbers 15:38-39 Tassels are mentioned in the Bible as having a purpose. They are supposed to remind us to keep the 10 Commandments. So I made up a game in which I hang 10 tassels.   each tassel is numbered. I have a very soft light ball that the kids throw at the tassels. when they hit a tassel, they have to give an example of how they or someone else may keep that number commandment.  if they do not know what the commandment is, they look it up on the reference board, then give their example.   when the game is over, I allow each child to keep one tassel. I tell them that when they see it they should think of the 10 commandments from God. I made all my own tassels. They are very colorful and have beads on the pipe cleaner that holds them.


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