K10C: Kids' Ten Commandments

K10C: Kids' Ten Commandments

K10C: Kids' Ten Commandments

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Kids' Ten Commandments (often abbreviated as K*10*C) was a direct-to-video, five part series designed to teach the principles of the Ten Commandments to children. The series shows the life of a fictitious 11-year old boy named Seth. He and his friends, including a group of animals, each with their own personality and perspective, interact with Biblical characters such as Moses. Each episode includes two songs, explains two commandments, and combines both 2-D animated characters and 3-D animated backgrounds.

Along with the series on DVD and VHS, supplementary learning material was included for educational use at schools and churches, which included lesson plans, board games, puzzles, and music videos to help educators create character education curriculum utilizing the video programs.

The series was directed by Richard Rich and written and produced by Emmy Award winning George Taweel and Rob Loos, who also produced the Award winning series The Adventures of McGee and Me. The series features the voice talents of award-winning stars including Tom Bosley, John Schneider, George Newbern, Lou Diamond Phillips, Rene Auberjonois, Peter Strauss, and Tim Curry.

K10C aired on the Trinity Broadcasting Network.

Each of the episodes and the series has won multiple awards including Parents' Choice Award, Awards of Excellence from the Film Advisory Board, and fifteen Telly Awards.


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