Once again, not just one 10 commandments song but another twofer PLUS – and these are all good for helping little ones learn the 10 commandments AND work on some math. Perfect for those kids and grandchildren in homeschooling programs, not to mention the fact that it's almost time for our classroom kids and grandkids to head on back as well!
For the younger grandkids just learning to count, this is a fun video from 4goodtunes with another 10 commandments song with hand motions. You can also purchase the 10 Commandments Count song for kids by itself from Amazon as it's available as an mp3 download from what I believe is the same church kids choir called Lumin8.
For the older kids working on counting by 10s – which is a precursor to multiplication – here is the 10 commandments song for kids with skip counting by 10s, and it's on a whole Bible Hero album that combines learning about the Bible with learning about math – Skip Count Kid's Bible Heroes Musical Multiplication Songs. The rest of the songs include
- Noah's Ark 2 X
- Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego 3X
- David & Goliath 4 X
- Daniel In the Lion's Den 5x
- David Was a Shepherd 6 X
- Flood Waters Risin' 7 X
- Jonah, Jonah, Jonah 8 X
- Abraham, Sarah, and Isaac 9 X
- Moses and the Ten Commandments 10 X
Click here for samples of all the songs, or just click on the latest of my Smilebox eCards creations to hear the 10 commandments song for your kids or grand children. 🙂
And last, but certainly not least, I found a cute video using the numbers themselves to help our kids and grandkids to remember the 10 commandments.
So, which of these three do you like the best? 🙂
- The 10 Commandments Count song for kids by Lumin8
- the 10 commandments song for kids with skip counting by 10s
- The spoken video right above – Learn the ten commandments for children.
- All of the above
- Two of the above
- None of the above
Just type your answer(s) in the comments below. 🙂 And have a fun time, in the midst of juggling Sandwich Generation duties, adding God's Word to your heart and the heart of your kids or grandchildren. Such a great way of building sweet family memories while leaving a wonderful spiritual legacy!