Easter Quiz

Bet you can’t crack our Easter quiz!  

The end of the Spring term is in sight! To celebrate the Easter holidays coming soon, we’ve put together a fiendish Easter quiz for you to enjoy with your class. 

  1. What is Shrove Tuesday known as in France?  
  2. Which bird lays the largest eggs? 
  3. Vrolijk Pasen” translates as Happy Easter in which language? a) Dutch b) Welsh c) Danish   
  4. In French tradition, which items are reputed to fly to deliver Easter eggs to children? 
  5. The New York Easter Parade takes place every year on which street? a) Broadway b) 5th Avenue c) Wall Street 
  6. Which famous American landmark hosts the annual Easter Egg roll on Easter Monday?  
  7. Easter Island is part of which South American country? a) Chile b) Peru c) Mexico 
  8. Who wrote the book ‘Green eggs and Ham’? 
  9. In which country did the Easter Bunny apparently originate? a) Spain b) Germany c) Italy 
  10. Roughly how many Creme eggs does Cadbury produce every year? a) 200 million b) 400 million c) 500 million 

Easter Sticker Rewards

You can have a look at our Happy Easter stickers to reward your pupils for their hard work this term. They don’t come in a foil wrapping but they can be cracked open to give your students a real treat. With a mixture of colours and designs, including our friendly Easter bunny and chick, these stickers can be personalised with your name to give your class a really individualised reward. Pack sizes start at two sheets, with 70 big and bold stickers, making these the perfect Easter stickers for teachers and TAs. 

Hop over to our website to see these and the rest of our sweet stickers and motivational rewards. Plus, don’t forget that you can get a free pack of Pop Art inspired stickers until the end of March with our monthly offer code. Click on available coupons at the checkout to add them to your basket.  

 

Answers 

  1. Mardi Gras 
  2. Ostrich 
  3. Dutch 
  4. Church bells 
  5. 5th Avenue 
  6. The White House 
  7. Chile 
  8. Dr Seuss 
  9. Germany 
  10. 500 million 
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