Chanuka Quiz

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Resource Type: Peula in: Engels
Age: 8-13
Group Size: 5-30
Estimated Time: 90 minutes

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Resource Goal
To teach the chanachim about chanuka via a quiz.

Required Props & Materials
Q & A's

Resource Contents

It's tic-tac-toe/hollywood squares.  A team picks a square, and one madrich reads a question.  Each of the other two madrichim say one of the answers, and explains as best as he/she can their own answer (of course, one of the answers is wrong).  Try to convince your chanichim that you are right!  The team has to guess which madrich is right.  If they're right, they put down the peice. 

remember to try to convince the kids of your answer,

even if it is wrong.  try to debate a little over each

question, to make the game last longer.

 

1) whay do we eat sufganiyot?  because they are cooked

in oil/ because they are full of jelly

2) what were the names of matityahu's sons? elazar,

yehuda, shimon, yochanan, yonatan/ yehuda, steven,

frank, shimon, yochanan, mordechai

3) what does the pey on the dreidel stand for? nes

gadol haya pach hasem/ nes gadol haya poh

4) what is the best thing to use the light the

chanukiya? olive oil/candles from israel

5)what nation did the jews fight against? france/ the

greeks

6) where did the macabim live? modiin/yerushalayim

7) what do we change in davening and benching for

chanukka? al hanisim/mizmor shiur chanukat habayit

l'david

8) how many days in chanukah? 8 days because of the

oil/ 9 days because we are outside of israel

9) why do we eat latkes? because they are made of

potatoes/ because we fry them in oil

10) why do we use a shamash? so that we can use the

light of the candles/so that we have one candle higher

that the rest to symbolize the jews

11) how was elazar, matityahu's son, killed? he was

eaten by a tiger/ an elephant fell on him

12) what did the greeks put in the beit hamikdash?

decorations for chanukkah/ idols and pigs/ (nasty

chicago bbq beef)

 

 



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