Bible : The Ten Commandments | Shavuot- The Giving of the Torah
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Exodus 20: Just 10 of His laws
Exodus 20:1-18 - King James Version
The Ten Commandments Cryptogram: Each letter is in place of another letter in the message. Decode the cryptogram and write out the message.
The Ten Commandments Mixed-Up Sentences: The words in a sentence, or a part of a sentence, are out of order. Rearrange and write the words in their correct order.
Stone Tablets Write-on Shape: Use these shapes to have students write their lessons or Bible journals.
The Ten Commandments File Folder Activity: Cut out the tablets and glue them on the inside of a file folder. Print the commandments on card stock, cut them out, and store them in a pocket or envelope. The children then arrange the commandments in order. You can also print the tablets on card stock if you don't want to use file folders. You can even print everything on plain paper, cut out the commandments, and have the students glue them to the tablets.
Kids with the 10 Commandments Tablets: These can be used for cut-outs for a variety of uses. Print on card stock and use them for room decorations or have students glue them to craft sticks.
Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled. ~Matthew 5:17-18