Sukkot QuizSukkot is when the sukkah, the non-permanent outdoor hut, is built. Sukkot was also once a holiday of agricultural thanksgiving, and this is celebrated with the holiday's other ritual items: the lulav and etrog. How much do you know about Sukkot?
Question 1. Which is the customary order for waving the lulav and etrog?
Down, up, south, north, west, east
East, south, west, north, up, down
East, west, north, south, down, up
West, north, south, east, up, down
Question 2. Which of these is not one of the seven “guests” traditionally invited into the Sukkah?
Question 3. What does the sukkah represent?
The shacks the Jews had to live in after the Roman destruction of Jerusalem
The huts the Israelites lived in during their wandering in the desert after leaving Egypt
The huts the Israelites built in God's honor at the bottom of Mount Sinai when they received the Torah
Question 4. Many of the prayers recited on Sukkot revolve around asking God for which of these?
Question 5. What are the days of hol hamo’ed?
The first and last day of the festival
The few days after Sukkot when the sukkah must be taken down
The intermediate days of the festival
Like a mini-Yom Kippur, a time to repent for our sins
Question 6. Which is NOT a basic requirement of a sukkah?
It must have at least three walls
The walls must be solid, so that anything outside of the sukkah cannot be seen
It must be constructed from materials that can withstand an average wind
The roof must be covered with a product of the earth that is no longer attached to the earth
Question 7. The seventh day of Sukkot is known as