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. What is the name for the candle that lights the other candles on a hannukiah?
Question 2. On what holiday does one traditionally spin a dreidel?
Question 3. True or False: Some people swing chickens over their heads to absolve themselves of sins before Yom Kippur?
Question 4. What is the name for the chair that a baby is placed on during a brit milah ceremony?
Question 5. With what is a baby redeemed during the pidyon haben ceremony?
All of the above
Question 6. Which of the following is NOT a blast of the shofar?
Question 7. How many candles are lit on the last day of Hanukkah?
Question 8. Tzitzit are meant to be tied on
The top of all square garments
The corners of garments
The back of shirts
The sides of pants
Question 9. Which of the following books are used in a regular Shabbat morning service?
Siddur and Humash
Siddur and Mahzor
Mahzor and Humash
Humash and Bentcher
Question 10. Which of these objects is meant to be affixed on the doorways of one's home?