Remind the kids that although we often see and read the Ten Commandments in our own language, they were probably written by God in Hebrew so that the people could understand them. What does Hebrew writing look like? Hebrew reads right to left.
אתה לא יהיה כל אלים אחרים לפניי.
This example is the first commandment written in Hebrew. For younger kids, show samples of the Ten Commandments written in Hebrew; have their name printed in Hebrew for them to copy. For older kids, do a computer search for “English to Hebrew” and let them type in their name or a commandment. Have them try to duplicate it by hand. Provide markers, or paint and brushes, and brown paper. Tear the edges of the paper to look like stone. God wants to communicate with us in ways we understand!