Sikhism
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Sikhism

This Sikhism RE quiz introduces and questions children on this religion. This religion is one that may be covered during a term within Key Stage 1.

Sikhism is one of the youngest religions in the world, however it is the fifth most-followed religion. Test your knowledge on Sikhism.

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1.
Which of these statements is not true?
Sikhs believe there is one god
Sikhs should go swimming every Monday
Sikhs should work hard and be honest
Sikhs should give to the poor
They also believe that everyone is equal.
2.
Which one of these is not part of the five articles of Sikh faith?
Kara
Kesh
Khanga
Kangaroo
Kara is a bracelet; kesh is uncut hair and a khanga is a wooden comb.
3.
What do we call the Sikh symbol?
Swords
Circles
Round
Khanda
The symbol includes a double edged sword, a circle and two swords crossing.
4.
Sikhs do not....
dance
sing
act
smoke
Sikhs should also not drink or take drugs.
5.
Which one of these is not part of the five articles of Sikh faith?
Kirpan
Kaccha
Wallet
Kesh
A kirpan is a sword and kaccha are shorts. The five items have to begin with the letter k.
6.
What is the name of their holy book?
Book
Bible
Guru Granth Sahib
Great Book
The faith was founded by a man called Guru Nanak.
7.
Where do Sikhs pray?
A temple called a gurdwara
A temple called a great temple
A temple called the church
A temple called Sikh home
Gurdwaras always have four doors to show that they are open to everyone.
8.
What is on this man's head?
A hat
A sheet
A turban
A blanket
A turban is used to keep their hair in place. Their hair is very long because they are not allowed to cut it.
9.
Where does Sikhism come from?
India
Israel
England
America
More precisely, Northern India.
10.
Fill in the missing word: Sikhs wear a ____ on their wrist.
friendship bracelet
kara - steel bracelet
watch
diamond bracelet
There are five articles of faith. A kara is one of them - it is a bracelet.
Author:  Finola Waller

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