What Are The Four Questions?


This year Passover falls on the eve of April 22nd and (as always) lasts roughly 8 days, ending on April 30th. Passover, or Pesach, is a rich and vibrant holiday that celebrates the Exodus out of Egypt and into Israel made thousands of years ago. It is deeply symbolic of our resilience as a community and holds an even more special significance during these trying times for our community.  

There are so many traditions that make this holiday so special: from the foods on the seder plate to the quest for the Afikomen, and of course, the Four Questions. So, in case you need a quick cheat sheet, here are the Four Questions (or Ma Nisthana) that are traditionally asked by the youngest attendant at the table:  


1. Why is this night different from all other nights?

2. On all other nights, we eat leavened bread and matzah on this night. Why only matzah?

3. On all other nights, we eat all kinds of vegetables; on this night, why only bitter herbs?

4. On all other nights, we don't dip our food even once, but on this night, why do we dip it twice?


So, if the kinder do a great job… it’s only fair they get a special 👕 T-Shirt 👕 to honor their efforts! 🎉🎉🎉


Grab the Four Questions Shirt here, and more of our adorable cards, funny gifts, Seder table games and more!



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