Easter is a time of celebration, new beginnings, and hope. This Christian holiday has been celebrated around the world for centuries, and its traditions have developed over time. From the Easter Bunny to Easter eggs, Easter is an occasion that is enjoyed by many. Test your knowledge of Easter's history and customs with our Easter trivia template! Discover the stories behind popular Easter symbols, learn about the holiday's religious significance, and much more. Get ready to fill your Easter basket with fun facts!
1) Which animal is associated with the Easter season?
2) How many eggs does the White House traditionally color for its annual Easter Egg Roll?
3) What does the Easter bunny traditionally leave for children in the United States?
4) What is the traditional food served on Easter?
5) How many days is Lent, the Christian season of abstinence leading up to Easter?
6) On which day is Easter celebrated?
7) What is the name of the Easter bunny?
8) What color eggs are traditionally hidden during Easter egg hunts?
9) What type of flowers are associated with Easter?
10) What color are the traditional Easter eggs?
11) What is a "paschal candle"?
12) What type of bread is traditionally served during Easter dinner?
13) Which of the following is not associated with Easter?
14) Who traditionally delivers Easter eggs?
15) What is the name of the traditional Easter morning church service?
16) On which holiday does the Easter season begin?
17) What is the name of the traditional Easter candy?
18) From what language does the word "Easter" originate?
19) What is the name of the traditional Christian spring holiday?
20) Where did the tradition of Easter eggs originate?
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