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Judaism
This young Jewish boy is blowing on a 'shofar' which is a ram's horn. It is customary for Jews to sound the horn at Jewish New Year.

Judaism

This Judaism RE quiz introduces KS1 children to this religion. Children often know that Jesus was Jewish but can’t differentiate between Judaism and Christianity. A simple way to explain the differences is by pointing out that Jewish people only use the Old Testament whereas Christians focus on the New.

If you follow the religion called Judaism, then you are called Jewish. Judaism is believed to be the eldest of the four major religions. Can you answer these questions?

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1.
Where do Jewish people pray?
Church
Chapel
Synagogue
Temple
Men and women don't sit together when in a synagogue.
2.
What is the name of the hat Jewish men wear?
Hair coverer
Head warmer
Hat
Kippah
It's also called a yarmulke. Some Jewish men wear it all day every day, whilst others just wear it on the holy day.
3.
The Torah is written and spoken in a different language - what is this language called?
English
Hebrew
Japanese
Irish
When they read from the Torah, in Hebrew, they keep their place with a yad - a stick that points to where they are.
4.
Which country did Judaism come from?
France
Jamaica
Thailand
Israel
You may notice that the Israeli flag has the Star of David on it.
5.
This is the Star of....
David
Peter
Michael
Simon
Many Jewish people wear this symbol on a necklace and it can be seen on their churches.
6.
Why do Jewish people consider Moses their leader?
They think he was the first man ever born
He freed the Jewish people from the Pharaoh
They think he is a magician
He lived a long time ago
Do you remember the story about the evil Pharaoh who wouldn't free the Jewish slaves? Well it was Moses who brought the plagues upon him, with the help of God. He was then able to free them and lead them away from slavery.
7.
What is the name of the person that leads the service?
Rabbit
Boss
Rabbi
Leader
A Rabbi is the person that leads the sermon and reads the Torah.
8.
Which day is most important for Jewish people?
Tuesday
Wednesday
Sabbath
Every day
Sabbath begins on Friday and finishes on Saturday.
9.
Jewish people don't eat...
pigs
bread
cheese
chickens
They don't eat animals that don't chew their food or have split-hoofed feet.
10.
What is the name of their holy book?
Bible
Big Book
Torah
Qu'ran
The Torah is actually a scroll.
Author:  Finola Waller

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