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2 Chalkboard Challenge: The Five Major Religions

3 StudentsTeachers Game BoardChristianityJudaismHinduismIslamBuddhism Let’s Play Final Challenge

4 StudentsTeachers Game Board Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus on what holiday? 100 Christmas Christianity for 100

5 StudentsTeachers Game Board Who do Christians believe Jesus was? 200 The son of God Christianity for 200

6 StudentsTeachers Game Board What is the Christian place of worship called? 300 Church Christianity for 300

7 StudentsTeachers Game Board The Holy Book that records God's revelation is called the ______. 400 Bible Christianity for 400

8 StudentsTeachers Game Board How is Christianity similar to Judaism? 500 They are both monotheistic. They both believe in the 10 Commandments. They both tell the stories of Abraham and Moses. Christianity for 500

9 StudentsTeachers Game Board JUDAISM is a religion of just one people: the _________. 100 Jews Judaism for 100

10 StudentsTeachers Game Board What Jewish holiday is celebrated by lighting candles on a menorah? 200 Hanukah Judaism for 200

11 StudentsTeachers Game Board The Holy Book of the Jewish faith is called a __________. 300 Torah Judaism for 300

12 StudentsTeachers Game Board Jewish practice requires food to be prepared in a ______________ method. 400 Kosher Judaism for 400

13 StudentsTeachers Game Board The Jewish house of worship is called _____________. 500 synagogue Judaism for 500

14 StudentsTeachers Game Board Is Hinduism polytheistic or monotheistic? 100 Polytheistic – a belief in more than one God. Hinduism for 100

15 StudentsTeachers Game Board The Hindu place of worship is called a ____________. 200 Temple or Mandir Hinduism for 200

16 StudentsTeachers Game Board Hindu practice requires a bindi or a _____ _______ to be painted on a forehead. 300 Red dot Hinduism for 300

17 StudentsTeachers Game Board Who was the Hindu leader that tried to abolish the caste system in peaceful ways? 400 Ghandi Hinduism for 400

18 StudentsTeachers Game Board The oldest sacred Hindu book is called _______. 500 Vedas Hinduism for 500

19 StudentsTeachers Game Board What Islam holiday requires fasting? 100 Ramadan Islam for 100

20 StudentsTeachers Game Board What is the Islam place of worship called? 200 Mosque Islam for 200

21 StudentsTeachers Game Board What is the name of the Islamic holy book? 300 Qu’ran Islam for 300

22 StudentsTeachers Game Board Islam practice requires its believers to follow the 5___________ Pillars Islam for 400

23 StudentsTeachers Game Board What are Muslims required to do each day? 500 Pray 5 times facing Mecca Islam for 500

24 StudentsTeachers Game Board The Holy Book for Buddhism is called the ___________. 100 Sutras & Tripitaka Buddhism for 100

25 StudentsTeachers Game Board The Buddhism place of worship is called a ____________ 200 Shrine Buddhism for 200

26 StudentsTeachers Game Board Buddhists believe that existence is a continuing cycle of death and rebirth called____________. 300 reincarnation Buddhism for 300

27 StudentsTeachers Game Board Buddhist practice requires its believers to follow the 4___________ _______________ Noble Truths Buddhism for 400

28 StudentsTeachers Game Board According to the Buddhist philosophy, what causes suffering? 500 Desire or Wanting Buddhism for 500

29 StudentsTeachers Game Board Write Your Final Challenge Wager How can learning about religions help world relations? Final Challenge End Game TIME’S UP! TIME’S UP! The more we understand religions, the more we understand each other. If we understand each other we can avoid conflicts and come to peaceful resolutions. We can appreciate each other and see that we have more in common than what we thought.

30 Game Over Social Studies Online Five Major Religions of the World

31 Double Score DOUBLE SCORE!


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