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Q 1. Which animal is associated with giving Easter gifts?
Q 3. On what day of the week does Easter fall on?
It changes every year
Q 5. Among Christians, Easter is celebrated as the day of?
Q 6. In which country do children dress up as witches and wizards for Easter?
Q 7. In what year was the first presidential “Easter Egg Roll” held at the White House?
Q 8. For Easter, sometimes eggs are painted in red. What do they symbolize?
The blood of Christ
Q 9. Lent is a Christian tradition of prayer and fasting. How many days does it last for?
Arms folded in prayer
Q 11. Not all eggs are chicken eggs. Which bird do these eggs come from?
Q 12. How many chocolate Easter bunnies are made each year in preparation for Easter?
Q 13. If you know your rabbits, what type of rabbit is pictured here?
Q 14. It may not look like an Easter bunny anymore, but it was… once. Can you recognize the chocolate factory brand from the wrapper?
Q 15. Which of these photos was not taken on Easter Island?
Painting clay pots
Breaking clay pots
Meditating for up to 48 hours
Cleansing swim in the ocean
Q 17. Four Children are trying to reach the Chocolate Bunny which has been hidden on top of a tree. The taller children have an advantage. If David is taller than Chris, Chris is shorter than Charlotte, Charlotte is as tall as Sarah, Sarah is shorter than David. Which child is the shortest?
Q 18. In which country is it tradition to fold red eggs into a brioche-like bread?
Q 19. Some chickens lay more eggs than others, depending on their variety. What variety of chicken is pictured here?
Plymouth Rock Chicken
Rhode Island Red
Q 20. You are given 2 Easter eggs. You have access to a 100-storey building. These eggs are either hard or very fragile, meaning you may or may not break them when they fall. Both eggs, are however, identical. You now are tasked with figuring out the highest floor you can drop the egg from without it breaking, you are only able to break 2 eggs in the process. How many drops will be needed?