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Religious Symbols
See if you can recognise the religious symbols in this quiz.

Religious Symbols

This Religious Symbols RE quiz looks at all the signs that represent religions. This should be tested after KS1 children have completed the quizzes on individual religions.

Symbols are all around us. All you have to do is see the yellow M to know that a McDonalds is nearby. Religions have symbols too. Can you identify which symbol belongs to which religion?

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1.
Which religion uses this symbol?
Sikhism
Christianity
Islam
Judaism
This represents the cross Jesus was nailed to.
2.
Which religion uses this symbol?
Christianity
Islam
Sikhism
Judaism
This symbol is called the khanda.
3.
Which religion uses this symbol?
Christianity
Islam
Sikhism
Judaism
Their symbol is of a star and a crescent moon.
4.
Which religion uses this symbol?
Christianity
Hinduism
Sikhism
Judaism
This is the Star of David.
5.
Which religion uses this symbol?
Christianity
Islam
Hinduism
Sikhism
This is called the aum.
6.
In which building would you find this symbol?
Mandir
Mosque
Church
Synagogue
A mandir is where Hindus pray and so this is where you'd see this sign.
7.
This symbol is on top of which building?
Mandir
Church
Synagogue
Mosque
This is where Muslims worship.
8.
In which building would you find this symbol?
Church
Gurdwara
Synagogue
Mandir
This is the sign used by Sikhs.
9.
In which building would you find this symbol?
Church
Mosque
Gurdwara
Mandir
A church, cathedral or chapel.
10.
In which building would you find this symbol?
Church
Mandir
Synagogue
Mosque
This sign represents Judaism.
Author:  Finola Waller

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