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Display the 10 Commandments in your home on two historic-looking stone tablets.
With your family, read the Ten Commandments that were given to Moses on two stone tablets. Talk about what these laws mean to you, your family, and your beliefs. Here is a beautiful way to display these laws in your home.
Cut open a brown paper bag with Crayola Scissors. Turn the bag so the inside faces up. Use a Crayola Erasable Colored Pencil to draw two tablets with rounded tops. Cut out the tablets.
With a ruler, mark evenly spaced lines on each tablet. Use Crayola Multicultural Markers to neatly write your family’s accepted version of the Ten Commandments. Erase the pencil lines.
To create an aged-paper look, crumple the paper tablets into balls. Lightly dampen the paper with water. Unfold the tablets and lay them flat on paper towels to dry.
If any of the written words are blurry, go over them with your markers. Find a special place in your home to display the Ten Commandments.
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