Shavuot—also known as the Feast of Weeks or Pentecost—is a Jewish holiday celebrating the giving of the Ten Commandments and the Torah (the first five books of the Bible).
Every year for over 3,300 years, God’s people have a celebration to mark the anniversary of the day they received the holy Torah and Ten Commandments. Shavuot reminds God’s people to be thankful for God’s word and to delight in it.
The night before Shavuot it is custom to stay up late studying the Bible. On the day of Shavuot, families go to synagogues to hear a reading of the Ten Commandments.
Here is a fun video to remind everyone in the family of each of God’s commands.