Easter Treats
Easter Activities
Easter Bunny?
Easter Religious
Easter Traditions
100

This candy sees the most sales around Easter time.

 marshmallow Peeps

100

Kids all around the world will go outside and participate in one of these on Easter Sunday.

 an Easter egg hunt

100

Every year, 90 million of these are sold around Easter.

 chocolate bunnies

100

What animal did Jesus ride on when he entered Jerusalem the week before his death?

  1. a camel
  2. a horse
  3. none, he walked
  4. a donkey

 a donkey

100

In the US, this is the most popular meat to eat on Easter Sunday.

Ham

200

Easter is the second-largest candy selling holiday. This holiday is the first in candy selling holidays.

Halloween

200

Some of those same kids will grab spoons and race each other on the front lawn in this type of race.

 an Easter egg roll

200

 The majority of people start eating a chocolate bunny at it's:

a. feet

b. tail 

c. ears

ears

200

The word "Easter" is mentioned in the bible. True or false

false

200

A somewhat famous Easter tradition (recognized around the world) is egg jarping. Two players do this to hard-boiled.

Whoevers egg is still intact is the winner

 smash the eggs together.

300

These candies come in an unlimited number of flavors and were first introduce during the civil war before becoming an Easter treat.

 jelly beans

300

Before they go outside, kids will open these and see what the Easter bunny brought them.

Easter baskets

300

The idea of the Easter bunny originated in the 1700s in this country.

Germany

300

What kind of cloth was used to wrap the body of Jesus?

  1. wool
  2. linen
  3. cotton
  4. silk

linen

300

This main dish at Jewish Passover, is the traditional meat for the main meal on Easter Day.

Roast Lamb

400

In the Old Days, these salty treats were associated with Easter. The twists in them are noted as resembling arms crossing in prayer.

                                      

Pretzels

400

In the 13th century, the church didn't allow the consumption of eggs during Holy Week so farmers did this to them. And we still do it today.

they colored them

400

The Easter Bunny Tradition was brought to America by the _______settlers in Pennsylvania.

Dutch

400

Which prisoner was released instead of Jesus?

Barabbus

400

Some countries (Mexico, Spain, and Greece) have bonfires at Easter time. What is burned in these fires?

  1. crosses made out of straw
  2. effigies of Judas
  3. colored paper eggs
  4. a giant cloth Easter bunny

effigies of Judas

500

In a recent RetailMeNot survey, more than half of America, that is, 29 states voted this candy to be their Easter favorite.

1.Chocolate Bunny

2.Jelly Beans

3.Marshmallow Peeps

4. Reeses Peanut Butter Eggs

Reeses Peanut Butter Eggs

500

The first colored eggs were said to be this color, representing Jesus dying on the cross.

red

500

In Australia, rabbits are not a popular animal because they damage crops so they use this animal instead.

a bilby

500

When the soldiers came for Jesus, Peter inflicted this wound on the servant of the high priest?



cut off his ear

500

French children don’t get treats from the Easter bunny; they get them from the Easter ______. According to Catholic teaching, no church bells can ring between Holy Thursday and the Easter Vigil, on account of the solemnity of the days around Jesus’s death. Eventually, a legend evolved that said the church bells weren’t rung because they grew wings and flew to Rome to be blessed by the Pope. Then they returned Easter day with chocolate and presents for local kid

 bells.

According to Catholic teaching, no church bells can ring between Holy Thursday and the Easter Vigil, on account of the solemnity of the days around Jesus’s death. Eventually, a legend evolved that said the church bells weren’t rung because they grew wings and flew to Rome to be blessed by the Pope. Then they returned Easter day with chocolate and presents for local kids.

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