August 5


Ten Commandments Printable Craft

By Anna Lowell

August 5, 2019

Are you teaching your kids the Ten Commandments? This free printable Ten Commandments Craft allows kids to match the commandment number with the commandment. Each “door” includes the commandment number on the outside and the words of the commandment plus a picture representing the commandment on the inside.

Download the Ten Commandments Craft in Full Color

Download the Ten Commandments Craft in Black and White

Materials Needed for the Ten Commandments Craft:

  • The two page 10 Commandments Craft printable for each child
  • Scissors, if age appropriate
  • Glue
  • Color crayons, markers, or color pencils, if desired

Directions for the Ten Commandments Craft:

  1. Gently fold the “door” page horizontally through the middle of a row of doors. Cut the side of the door along the black line.

2. Unfold the page. Insert your scissors into the side cut and carefully cut the top and bottom of each door. Repeat for all ten doors.

The doors will fold open along the dotted lines.

3. Use the glue to smear lines between the pictures on the top of the picture page, making sure to smear glue on the outer edges of the paper as well. Do not smear glue over the pictures.

4. Place the “door” page directly on top of the picture page, with both pages facing up.

5. Use your hand to smooth the top page onto the bottom page and allow a moment to dry.

6. Carefully fold the doors open along the dotted lines to reveal the picture and the words inside each “door”.

This free printable Ten Commandments Craft is a great way to introduce kids to God's Ten Commandments - Easy to make and perfect for home or Sunday School.

Download the Ten Commandments Craft in Black and White

Download the Ten Commandments Craft in Full Color

If you plan to use this Ten Commandments Craft, I would love to hear how it goes (or if you have a suggestion for using it!) Please scroll down to make a comment.

May God bless you!

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  1. Hi Anna,

    I have been looking around for simple resources and craft we can use in our Sunday school lessons and then I came across your website. All I can say is may the Good Lord bless you for the good work you do. I love every single one of them and cannot wait to use them. Tomorrow we will be doing the 10 commandments so it is nice that you have that here as well, unfortunately being that we have 30 children, we may not be able to get everything ready for the craft session but we will definitely be using it next week most likely. Thank you thank you thank you.


  2. I was trying hard to find a craft for the kids to do during the limitations of covid restrictions. I was so happy to find this craft! Thank you for helping us all with imaginative crafts. GOD bless you!

    1. Edna, you can sign up again to receive any printable. Think of it as if your email address is your password to get any of the freebies. You will not receive double emails from me. I hope that helps. May God bless you! – Anna Joy

  3. Have received your book mark cards for New Testament and Old testament as well as the
    bible Verse memory card puzzles. Thank You. I look forward to introducing these activities to my grandchildren when next they have a playday at my house. Your website is very inspirational.

  4. I am excited to use the 10 commandment sheets and to see what exciting things will be coming in my email to assist in teaching the children the word of God.

  5. I was looking for a conclusion exercise of the 10 commandments. I came across this wonderful activity and would love to have a copy of it.

    Thank you for sharing and may the Lord bless you continually.



  6. I was looking for something on the 10 commandments for Children’s Worship when I ran across your site. I am looking forward to using it!! Thank you for sharing your time and talent!!

  7. Thank you for the 10 Commandment activity. (I also used some Mother’s Day activities which were were great!) I will be using the 10 commandment activity in the Religious Instruction class I teach as we are talking about the commandments as part of the lesson re David & his sin which caused a “domino effect” in his and others’ lives.
    Your practical activities are a great help! Thank you for making this available. God bless. Jo

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