Jewish Ritual ObjectsFrom a Torah to a seder plate, apples and honey to a mezuzah, Jewish life is full of ritual objects that help us perform mitzvot (commandments) and live Jewish lives. How much do you know about Jewish ritual objects?
Question 1. How many tefillin are in a set?
Question 2. What is the name for the chair that a baby is placed on during a brit milah ceremony?
Question 3. True or False: Some people swing chickens over their heads to absolve themselves of sins before Yom Kippur?
Question 4. Which of the following is NOT used on a typical Friday night?
Question 5. Which is NOT one of the objects on the seder place?
Question 6. A gragger is
A rattle given to babies at their namings
A noisemaker used during the reading of the Megillah
A costume worn on Purim
A fence built around one's roof
Question 7. According to the haggadah, what is the bread of affliction?
Question 8. What’s inside a mezuzah?
A tiny Torah
A cedar tree seed
A scroll of parchment
A small prayer shawl
Question 9. Matzah must be made from start to finish in how many minutes?
Question 10. Which of these objects is meant to be affixed on the doorways of one's home?