Ultimate Easter Quiz 2023!
It's about more than Chocolate Eggs, right? Play our Easter Quiz to find out!
Easter is a the oldest Christian festival which observes the resurrection of Jesus following his crucifixion and takes place in the spring. According to the Bible, Jesus was crucified and died on a Friday, which is now known as Good Friday. Then, three days later, on Sunday, Jesus rose from the dead, which is celebrated on Easter Sunday.
Many different traditions are associated with Easter. Yes, one of the most well-known of these traditions is the Easter egg, which represents new life and rebirth. It is said that the tradition of colouring eggs comes from an ancient belief that eggs were a symbol of new life.
Another tradition is the Easter bunny, who is said to bring baskets of treats and gifts to children. No-one knows the Easter bunny's exact origin story, but it is believes to come from the German tradition of the 'Osterhase', which was a thoughtful hare that brought coloured eggs to children.
There are many other traditions, too. Many churches hold special services and events at Easter, including sunrise services and Easter egg hunts. Families might get together for a special meal or perhaps exchange gifts, like chocolate eggs or a new outfit for children.
Are you an Easter boffin? Find out by answering these tricky trivia teasers! When it comes to all things related to Easter, do you think you're a bit of a novice or an absolute egg-head? Get your best Easter thinking bonnet on and tackle these tricky questions and see how much you really know about this religious festival!
Once you've taken this quiz, why not have a go at the other Easter-themed tests on the Beano website? You could have a go at our Easter emoji quiz, try our Easter picture quiz or learn more about the religious festival on our 30 Interesting Easter Fun Facts page!
Are you ready? Then let's go...
What is Lent and what's it got to do with Easter?
Complete the famous Easter-themed saying! "Don't put all your eggs in one..."
Easter was named after the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre. True or false?
What's the name of the Friday before Easter Sunday?
When is Easter?
So what the heck is the Spring Equinox?
What animal is usually associated with Easter?
Which of these isn’t a bunny?
Easter is named after the pagan goddess Eostre...
On average, how many Easter eggs are sold in the UK each year?
Who is thought to be the first to have marked their hot buns with crosses?
Spot the NOT hot cross bun ingredient
14/16 ...And where is it on the map?
In Switzerland what animal also brings Easter Eggs?
In Australia, a Bilby delivers eggs at Easter. What are they also known as?
Easter say what? Tiny egg for you!
Passable passover score! Decent egg for you!
Easter Beast Mode! Top Score. Huuuuuge Egg for you!