Are you an Easter Einstein? Take our quiz to find out!
‘Tis the season for Easter eggs and spring traditions. Add to your Easter festivities by rolling out these questions, and see who the Easter Einstein is in your group!
Which country has the tradition of eating hot cross buns at Easter?
Who held the first egg roll on the White House lawn and in what year?
What are two traditional Easter games?
The custom of giving candy and chocolate for Easter first appeared during what historic age?
The Easter sunrise service, a distinctive Protestant observance in North America, comes from what Biblical event?
In the United States, what is the traditional Easter meat people eat?
What two main colors are associated with Easter?
How much did the world’s most expensive egg sell for and who made it?
Where is the largest egg museum located and how many eggs are on display?
When was the Cadbury candy company started?
1. Great Britain 2. Lucy Hayes, wife of President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1878. 3. The Easter egg hunt and egg rolling. 4. The Victorian age. 5. It is a reenactment of Mary Magdalene’s visit to Jesus’ tomb on the morning of his Resurrection. 6. Ham 7. Purple and yellow 8. 9.5 million U.S. dollars. It was the winter egg designed by Faberge. 9. Poland; the Easter Egg Museum has more than 1500 eggs from all over the world. 10. In Birmingham, England in 1824 by John Cadbury (it sold tea, coffee and drinking chocolate).Back to issue