125+ Easter Trivia Questions from Flowers to Festivities!

Hop into the fun-filled world of Easter with some egg-citing and bunny-tastic trivia questions! πŸŒΌπŸŽ‰

It’s also a time to test your knowledge of this festive holiday! From the historical origins to the quirky traditions, there’s a basketful of Easter facts waiting to be discovered.

Whether you’re a seasoned Easter egg hunter or just curious about the tales behind this springtime holiday, get ready to crack some egg-citing trivia, share smiles, and perhaps learn a thing or two about this egg-straordinary celebration. 🌸🐣

Easter Trivia Questions for Kids

Q: When is Easter typically celebrated?
A: In March or April.

Q: Who is the Easter Bunny?
A: The Easter Bunny is a symbol of Easter that delivers eggs.

Q: What comes after Good Friday?
A: Easter Sunday.

Q: What is the significance of Easter Sunday?
A: It celebrates Jesus’ resurrection.

Q: What is traditionally eaten on Easter?
A: Chocolate Easter eggs.

Q: What happens on Holy Saturday?
A: It is the day before Easter.

Q: What do people do on Easter Sunday?
A: Attend church, have egg hunts, and enjoy meals.

Q: What’s the tradition with colorful eggs?
A: Easter egg decorating.

Q: What’s the animal associated with Easter?
A: The Easter Bunny.

Q: What happens on Good Friday?
A: Commemorates Jesus’ crucifixion.

Q: In which month does Easter typically fall?
A: March or April.

Q: What is a common food for Easter in many cultures?
A: Lamb.

Q: What do people shout when they find hidden Easter eggs?
A: “I found one!”

Q: Which Christian festival does Easter mark the end of?
A: Lent.

Q: What’s the practice of exchanging small gifts on Easter called?
A: Easter gifts.

Q: What comes before Easter Sunday?
A: Holy Saturday.

Q: What’s the traditional Easter bread?
A: Easter lamb or Easter bread.

Q: What is the traditional Polish Easter cake?
A: Babka.

Q: What’s the term for the colorful Easter eggs often exchanged or hidden?
A: Easter eggs.

Q: What is Easter Monday?
A: The day after Easter Sunday.

Q: What is the term for the public procession on Palm Sunday?
A: Palm procession.

Q: What is the midnight liturgical celebration of Easter in Eastern Orthodox Christianity?
A: Midnight Office.

Q: What is the day commemorating the Last Supper of Jesus with his apostles?
A: Maundy Thursday.

Q: What do people often shout when they find hidden Easter eggs during egg hunts?
A: “I found one!”

Q: What is the day after Easter Sunday called?
A: Easter Monday.

Q: In what country do people have a tradition of dressing up as “Easter witches” for treats?
A: Sweden and Finland.

Q: In what country is it a tradition to fly kites on Easter?
A: Bermuda.

Q: In which country is it a tradition to light a large Easter bonfire on the beach?
A: Australia.

Q: What is the Christian liturgical color associated with Easter?
A: White or gold.

Q: What are the traditional colors of Easter eggs in Eastern European cultures?
A: Red, blue, and yellow.

Q: What is the significance of the Easter lamb in Christian tradition?
A: Represents Jesus as the “Lamb of God.”

Q: In which country is it a tradition to make Easter nests with grass and decorate them with eggs?
A: Germany.

Q: What is the practice of visiting multiple churches on Good Friday called?
A: Seven Church Visitation.

Q: What type of bread is often baked with a hard-cooked egg in the center?
A: Easter bread or Easter nest.

Q: What is the traditional food for Easter in many cultures, especially in the form of chocolate eggs?
A: Easter eggs.

Q: What is the chemical symbol for silver?
A: Ag.

Q: In which country is it a tradition to crack Easter eggs against each other to see whose egg remains unbroken?
A: Greece.

Q: What is the term for the religious processions and reenactments during Holy Week?
A: Passion plays.

Q: What is the name of the sweet bread typically baked in the shape of a lamb for Easter?
A: Lamb cake or Easter lamb.

Q: In which country is the “Easter bilby” a symbolic alternative to the Easter bunny?
A: Australia.

Q: What is the tradition of lighting a Paschal candle on Easter Saturday night?
A: Paschal candle lighting.

Q: What is the term for the custom of washing the feet of others on Maundy Thursday?
A: Maundy foot washing.

Q: What is the practice of dyeing or painting eggs with various colors and patterns?
A: Egg decorating.

Q: What is the term for the Saturday after Good Friday?
A: Holy Saturday or Easter Eve.

That’s a wrap on our Easter trivia adventure, and we hope you had an egg-ceptional time exploring the fascinating facts behind this beloved holiday! πŸ₯šπŸŽ‰

Just like the joy of finding hidden Easter eggs, knowledge is a treasure worth seeking. Keep sharing the egg-citement and the spirit of Easter all year round. Wishing you a season filled with warmth, renewal, and, of course, lots of delicious chocolate bunnies! 🐰

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