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Passover Seder Quiz

Test your Seder savvy with this fun quiz!

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Test your Seder savvy with this fun quiz!

1. Why is there a Seder on Passover?

  • To retell and remember the story of the Hebrews' Exodus from Egypt.
  • To retell and remember the story of the destruction of the Temple.
  • To retell and remember the story of Abraham and Isaac.

2. What does Seder mean in Hebrew?

  • Dinner.
  • Gathering.
  • Order.

3. Which of the following items is not found on the Seder plate?

  • Bitter herb.
  • Shank bone.
  • Lemon.

4. One of the items on the Seder plate, charoset, is a mixture of apples, walnuts, wine, and spices. What is the symbolic meaning of the charoset?

  • It represents the sweetness of life for Hebrews after the Exodus.
  • It represents the mortar the Hebrews used to build the Pharaoh's pyramids.
  • It represents the orchards Hebrews tended in Egypt.

5. During Passover, Jews eat matzah. What is the symbolic meaning of matzah?

  • It represents the dryness of the desert.
  • It represents the unleavened bread that the Hebrews had to eat when leaving Egypt.
  • It symbolizes the Hebrews' hard life in Egypt.

6. How many glasses of wine are drunk during the course of the Seder?

  • 1.
  • 4.
  • 8.

7. During the Seder, what is hidden by the adults and later searched for by the children?

  • A piece of matzah.
  • Plastic eggs.
  • Candy.

8. During the Seder, it is traditional for the youngest child to:

  • Run around the room four times.
  • Drink four glasses of wine.
  • Read the "Four Questions."

9. Which of the following was not one of the ten plagues in Egypt?

  • Cattle Plague.
  • Drought.
  • Slaying of the first born.

10. At the end of the Seder, which of the following phrases is always recited?

  • Next year in Jerusalem.
  • Drive home safely.
  • Thank you Moses for leading us out of Egypt.

1. Why is there a Seder on Passover?
To retell and remember the story of the Hebrews' Exodus from Egypt.

2. What does Seder mean in Hebrew?
Order.

3. Which of the following items is not found on the Seder plate?
Lemon.

4. One of the items on the Seder plate, charoset, is a mixture of apples, walnuts, wine, and spices. What is the symbolic meaning of the charoset?
It represents the mortar the Hebrews used to build the Pharaoh's pyramids.

5. During Passover, Jews eat matzah. What is the symbolic meaning of matzah?
It represents the unleavened bread that the Hebrews had to eat when leaving Egypt.

6. How many glasses of wine are drunk during the course of the Seder?
4.

7. During the Seder, what is hidden by the adults and later searched for by the children?
A piece of matzah.

8. During the Seder, it is traditional for the youngest child to:
Read the "Four Questions."

9. Which of the following was not one of the ten plagues in Egypt?
Drought.

10. At the end of the Seder, which of the following phrases is always recited?
Next year in Jerusalem.

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