Unicorns learnt what a Bar Mitzvah is for a Jewish boy, and a Bat Mitzvah for a Jewish girl:
A child who has turned 13 years old (or for a girl in the Orthodox movement, 12 years old), goes through a ceremony that represents an acceptance of some responsibilities which symbolise their coming of age. The terms are also used for the ceremony celebrating this event.
· Bar Mitzvah – Son of the Commandments
· Bat Mitzvah – Daughter of the Commandments
According to Jewish law, when Jewish children reach 13 they become responsible for their actions, and "become a Bar or Bat Mitzvah"