Kids Trivia Questions And Answers

Are you looking for ways to boost your child’s confidence and knowledge on different topics? Kids’ trivia questions are an amazing way of doing so. You can ask them easy questions on different topics like Halloween the Bible, animals, and even movies they’ve watched among many others.

These questions teach kids things they may not have learned from school, and they also expound on the things they have already been taught. It’s always a win-win situation.

The best part of it is that you get to engage in a conversation with your kids on those lazy afternoons.

We have prepared numerous questions and answers for your young ones. We are certain that you will have fun while at it

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 How many legs does a spider have? What is something you hit with a hammer? Depending on the age of your kids, they might have learned about spiders or at least seen them. 

What colors are on the stars of the American flag?  Which ocean is off the California coast? We have compiled hundreds of kids trivia questions and facts that will help your kids think critically.

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Kids trivia quiz questions

  • What prime number is the smallest?

    2

  • What is another name for planet Mars?

    Red Planet

  • Which continent is North Korea in?

    Asia

  • A kilogram is made up of how many grams?

    1000 grams

  • How many days are in a leap year?

    366

  • Who was the President of the United States when Al Gore was Vice President?

    Bill Clinton

  • What is the largest man-made lake in the United States?

    Lake Mead

  • Which country invented chopsticks?

    China

  • How many musicians were in the iconic English rock band, the Beatles?

    4

  • Who is the wife of the cartoon character Fred Flintstone?

    Wilma

  • The supervillain known as The Joker is the archenemy of which superhero?

    Batman

  • Which insects cause malaria?

    Mosquitoes

  • Who was Tupac Shakur?

    A Rapper

  • Batman lives in which city?

    Gotham City

  • Which American President said these famous words: "government of the people, by the people, for the people"?

    Abraham Lincoln

  • What is the name given to the white part of a person's eye?

    Sclera

  • Are all snakes poisonous?

    No

  • The faces of 4 former U.S. Presidents have been carved into which mountain in America?

    Mount Rushmore

  • What is the tallest mountain in Africa?

    Mount Kilimanjaro

  • How many countries does the United Kingdom comprise of?

    Four

  • Which American President was assassinated in 1963?

    John F. Kennedy

  • In which continent of the world is the Sahara Desert located?

    Africa

  • In which city is the Statute of Liberty situated?

    New York City

  • What is the most spoken language in the whole world?

    Mandarin Chinese

  • In which State is the Grand Canyon located?

    Arizona

  • What is the capital city of the U.S. state of Hawaii?

    Honolulu

  • Adolf Hitler was once the leader of which country?

    Germany

  • In which continent can't bees be found?

    Antarctica

  • In which country was singer Madonna born?

    The U.S.A.

  • Who was the first member of the Beatles to die?

    John Lennon

  • What name is given to a female elephant?

    Cow

  • Which country won the first FIFA World Cup?

    Uruguay

  • Where is the headquarters of the United Nations (UN) located?

    New York City

  • What is the largest tropical rainforest in the world?

    Amazon Rainforest

  • What type of animal is a bat?

    Mammal

  • The title Pharaoh was given to the ruler of a particular ancient nation. Which nation was that?

    Egypt

  • Which country did Robin Hood come from?

    England

  • In terms of population, what is the largest city in the United States?

    New York City

  • Can a flying squirrel really fly?

    No

  • In which continent is Israel located?

    Asia

  • What job does Joe Gardner have in Pixar's Soul?

    Middle school music teacher

  • What is the name of the Great White shark in Finding Nemo?

    Bruce

  • What animals are Pumbaa and Timon in The Lion King?

    Warthog and Meerkat

  • Who plays Maui in Moana?

    The Rock – Dwayne Johnson

  • What's the name of Anna and Elsa's father in Frozen?

    King Agnarr

  • Can you name one of the three truly revolting items you might find in Mr Twit's beard in Roald Dahl's The Twits?

    Sardines, cheese and cornflakes

  • The author of The Tiger Who Came to Tea, Judith Kerr also wrote about a cat called?

    Mog

  • What was Hagrid's pet dog called?

    Fang

  • Where is Paddington Bear from?

    Peru

  • Was the Stegosaurus a herbivore or a carnivore?

    A herbivore

  • Why did dinosaurs become extinct?

    They were killed by an asteroid or meteor impact

  • How many horns did a triceratops have?

    Three

  • How many claws did a velociraptor have on each hand?

    Three

  • How long ago did the dinosaurs become extinct?

    Around 65 million years ago

  • What is the capital of Sweden?

    Stockholm

  • Can you name three countries in Central America?

    Mexico, Belize, Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua

  • What is the largest country in the world?

    Russia

  • Can you name the slowest mammal in the world?

    Sloth

  • What is the name for an adult female horse?

    Mare

  • What's the name of baby kangaroo?

    Joey

  • What is the name of our current Queen?

    Elizabeth

  • Emmeline Pankhurst was the founder of which Women's Rights movement in the early 20th Century?

    The Suffragette Movement

  • Who wrote the Harry Potter books?

    JK Rowling

  • Who became the 46th president of the United States and the history-making 49th Vice president on January 20, 2021?

    Joe Biden and Kamala Harris

  • When is Christmas day celebrated?

    25 December

  • The number 40-40 in a tennis game is called?

    Deuce

  • Is Australia a continent?

    Yes

  • The Olympics are held every what years ?

    4 years

  • How many points does a sycamore leaf have?

    Five

  • The highest pitch in singing is called?

    Soprano

  • How many years are there in a millenium?

    1000

  • Which building did Guy Fawkes try to blow up?

    The house of parliament

  • What are the 2 months of the year that start with the letter “A”?

    April & August

  • What is the 10th letter of the alphabet?

    J

  • What was celebrated for the second time in British history by the Queen in 2012?

    Diamond Jubilee

  • What do you say when you are having a break in school?

    Recess

  • How many hours are there in a day?

    24 hours

  • How many years in a decade?

    10 years

  • Is tomato is a vegetable?

    No, it is a fruit

  • What 3 sports are involved in a Triathlon?

    Swimming, Cycling & Running

  • How many players on a netball team?

    7

  • How many months in a year has only 30 days?

    4 months (April, June, Sept & Nov)

  • When is Valentine’s day celebrated?

    14 February

  • Which sports is the world cup known for?

    Football

  • Which sports is Ryder cup known for?

    Golf

  • Every how many years is the world cup played?

    4 years

  • When did the 2nd world war end?

    1945

  • A “747” is a type of what?

    Plane

  • Which month has only 28 days?

    February

  • How many seasons are there in a year?

    4

  • What season follows Autumn?

    Winter

  • How many kilometers do people run in a full marathon?

    42km

  • How many weeks are there in a month?

    4 weeks

  • What type of animal is the popular TV character, Angelina Ballerina?

    A mouse

  • In the movie Ice Age, the character Manny is what type of animal?

    A mammoth

  • Who saved all the animals at Lion King?

    Simba

  • Who lost her sheep in a nursery rhyme?

    Little Bo Peep

  • In the nursery rhyme Hey Diddle Diddle, what ran away with the spoon?

    The dish

  • Which cartoon character flies on a carpet?

    Aladdin

  • In what movie does the character Timon play?

    Lion King

  • he name of the Snowman in the film “Frozen"?

    Olaf

  • Who stole Christmas in a Dr. Seuss story?

    The Grinch

  • What is Mickey Mouse’s dog called?

    Pluto

  • Which character slept for 100 years?

    The sleeping beauty

  • Name Harry Potter’s Mom and Dad?

    James & Lilly

  • How many Pups are there in Paw Petrol?

    6 pups

  • Who is Peppa’s little brother called?

    George

  • The name of Anna’s sister in Frozen?

    Elsa

  • What do you call a baby horse?

    Foal

  • What is a labrador?

    A dog

  • What is the longest snake in the world ?

    Python

  • What do you call a baby seal?

    Pup

  • Can ostrich fly?

    No

  • In what substance do mosquitoes lay their eggs?

    Water

  • What animal is the komodo?

    Lizard

  • What do you call a female swan?

    Pen

  • What do you call animals that eat only plants?

    Herbivore

  • Which bird has the largest wing span?

    Albatross

  • What type of whales are renowned for their singing?

    Humpbacks

  • What is a barracuda?

    A fish

  • What do you call a baby kangaroo?

    Joey

  • What is a baby sheep called?

    Lamb

  • How many hours a day do Koalas sleep?

    18 – 22 hours

  • Where do kangaroos originate from?

    Australia

  • What is a black mamba?

    Snake

  • What do you call a baby dog?

    Puppy

  • How many stars on the Australian flag?

    6

  • Where is the Komodo dragon island located?

    Indonesia

  • How many colors are there in the flag of Italy?

    3 ( green, white, red)

  • What is the capital of New Zealand?

    Wellington

  • Which Australian instrument comes back after being thrown away?

    Boomerang

  • What 2 colours are on the Canadian flag?

    Red & White

  • Where is the Taj Mahal Located?

    India

  • How long is the Great Wall Of China?

    21,196 Km

  • What instrument is used to measure angles in geometry?

    Protractor

  • How many sides are there in a hexagon?

    6

  • How many zeros are there in the number one hundred?

    Two

  • When you mix red and blue paint together, what colour does it make?

    Purple

  • What is the center of a hurricane called?

    The eye

  • Is the sun a planet or a star?

    A star

  • What do doctors use to hear the heartbeat?

    Stethoscope

  • Name the line that runs through the middle of the earth?

    Equator

  • Name the 2 longest rivers in the world?

    Amazon & River Nile

  • Which organ pumps blood to the body?

    The heart

  • What is the biggest star called?

    The Sun

  • What color is the emerald stone?

    Green

  • What color is sapphire?

    Blue

  • What do botanists study?

    Plants

  • What is the name of the person that travels to space?

    Astronaut

  • Name all the solar system?

    Earth, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, Neptune, Mercury, Uranus, Venus

  • What is the synonym for ‘strange’?

    Weird

  • What is someone who shoes horses called?

    A farrier

  • What is another word for a lexicon?

    Dictionary

  • Who wrote Julius Caesar, Macbeth, and Hamlet?

    William Shakespear

  • Who wrote Treasure Island?

    Robert Louis Stevenson

  • Who wrote The Autobiography of Mark Twain?

    Mark Twain

  • Name the only book William Shakespeare ever wrote?

    The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

  • The name of a well-known American actress contains the five vowels (A,E,I,O,U) exactly once, though not in that order. The consonants in her name are B,J,L,R,S, and T (not in that order). Who is she?

    Julia Roberts

  • You catch a fish, a cold, and your breath. What do you do to a street, your heart, and swords?

    Cross

  • Name a part of the body that begins with the letter L. Change the L to T and, phonetically, you’ll name another part of the body. What is it?

    Tongue, Lung

  • In the word pretty, the E is pronounced like a short I. In women, the O is pronounced like a short I. In what familiar 4-letter word is U pronounced like a short I?

    Busy

  • What English word becomes its opposite when the letters FE are in front of it?

    Male

  • What is Japan’s currency called?

    Yen

  • What is the first letter on a typewriter?

    Q

  • What does the Roman numeral C represent?

    100

  • When did the First World War start?

    1914

  • What nationality was Marco Polo?

    Italian

  • Who lived at 221B, Baker Street, London?

    Sherlock Holmes

  • What’s the best known artificial international language?

    Esperanto

  • What nationality was Chopin?

    Polish

  • Thirteen-year-old Sameer Mishra won the 2008 National Spelling Bee with the word guerdon (pronounced gur-dun), meaning “reward”. Spell it?

    G U E R D O N

  • Name the top three causes of death in the U.S?

    Heart disease, Cancer, Stroke

  • Excluding the U.S. and Iraq, in which country does the U.S. military have the largest portion of its armed forces stationed?

    Germany

  • What building is on the back of the $20 bill?

    White House

  • The highest temperature ever recorded in the U.S. was in which state?

    California

  • What is the longest suspension bridge in North America?

    Verrazano-Narrows in New York

  • How much does a liter of water weigh?

    1KG

  • Which country has the largest area of land?

    Russia

  • Helsinki is the capital city of which country?

    Finland

  • In which American city would you find the Golden Gate Bridge?

    San Francisco

  • In England, where would you find The Shard?

    London

  • What is the capital city of Australia?

    Canberra

  • What money is used in Germany?

    Euros

  • On what continent would you find The River Nile?

    Africa

  • What was the name of Cold Play’s first album released in July 2000?

    Parachutes

  • In which country did reggae music originate?

    Jamaica

  • Which instrument did Miles Davis, the jazz musician, play?

    Trumpet

  • Which was the album the Beatles recorded the last time together?

    Abbey Road

  • Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was a part of which popular girl band?

    Girls Aloud

  • What’s the name of Postman Pat’s cat?

    Jess

  • What year did One Direction appear on The X Factor?

    2010

  • Complete the song title from the 2014 Lego Movie, ‘Everything is…’?

    Awesome

  • Who won the 2014 series of Strictly Come Dancing?

    Caroline Flack

  • Which American singer had a hit with ‘Shake it Off’ in 2014?

    Taylor Swift

  • What goes into the frog of a soldier?

    His bayonet

  • The so-called “kitchen debate” took place in 1959 between which two world leaders?

    Vice President Richard Nixon and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev

  • What kind of a creature is a bustard?

    A bird

  • Do you know what the first puck used in ice hockey made of?

    Frozen cow dung

  • What is illegal to be eaten with cherry pie, in Kansas?

    Ice cream

  • On which TV show did the toilet ever appear?

    Leave It To Beaver (1957)

  • The biggest baby in the world belongs to?

    A blue whale

  • Who was the Secretary of Defense under George H.W. Bush?

    Dick Cheney

  • Which follower of cult leader Charles Manson tried to assassinate then-president Gerald R. Ford?

    Lynette (Squeaky) Fromme

  • The marriage of Henry VII to Elizabeth, the daughter of Edward IV, ended what 15th century war?

    Wars of the Roses

  • Which is the smallest ocean in the world?

    Arctic Ocean

  • Which famous person was the teddy bear named after?

    Theodore Roosevelt

  • Who was the writer of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland?

    Lewis Caroll

  • Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?

    Michelangelo

  • What is the name of the first atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, Japan?

    Little Boy

  • What are the Wright brothers famous for?

    Inventing the airplane

  • Who wrote the play, Hamlet?

    William Shakespeare

  • In the Disney Pixar movie Monsters Inc., who is the company’s best scarer?

    James ‘Sully’ Sullivan

  • What is the Panda’s name in Kung Fu Panda?

    Po

  • What zoo are the animals from in Madagascar?

    Central Park Zoo

  • What is the name of the wooly mammoth in Ice Age?

    Manfred (Manny)

  • What are the names of the two old men Muppets in the balcony?

    Statler and Waldorf

  • What is the little girl’s name who stars in Bolt’s television series?

    Penny

  • What is the name of the lead pirate in Pirates of the Caribbean?

    Captain Jack Sparrow

  • What is the name of the princess in Princess & The Frog?

    Tiana

  • What is the wood-carvers name in Pinocchio?

    Geppetto

  • What is the Little Mermaid’s name?

    Ariel

  • What is the name of the piggy bank in the Toy Story?

    Hamm

  • What’s the name of the famous Big Red Dog?

    Clifford

  • What is the name of the red car in the movie Cars?

    Lightning McQueen

  • Name the seven dwarfs in Snow White?

    Sneezy, Sleepy, Dopey, Doc, Happy, Bashful, Grumpy

  • What is the only continent on earth where Giraffes live in the wild?

    Africa

  • What type of animal is the largest primate in the world?

    The Gorilla

  • What’s the lifespan of a human red blood cell?

    Around 120 days

  • Where would you find your pinna?

    It’s your outer ear (the bit you see made out of cartilage)

  • How much salt does the average human body contain?

    Around 250 grams

  • Which is the rarest blood type in humans?

    AB negative

  • What is the longest type of cell in the body?

    The nerve cell (neuron)

  • Which is the most common non-contagious disease in the world?

    Tooth Decay

  • What is Aurora Borealis commonly known as?

    Northern Lights

  • Which is the country with the most people?

    China

  • How many legs do butterflies have?

    Six

  • Which metal is heavier – silver or gold?

    Gold

  • Who sang Yellow Submarine?

    The Beatles

  • On what date do people of England eat Christmas dinner?

    December 25th

  • Who does Alice follow to a hole into Wonderland?

    The White Rabbit

  • Which French wine is released every year on the third Thursday of November?

    Beaujolais Nouveau

  • Who directed The Seven Samurai?

    Akira Kurosawa

  • In which year did the Titanic sink?

    1912

  • Who painted The Scream?

    Edvard Munch

  • On what date did Osama Bin Laden’s Al Qaeda organization attack America?

    September 11th

  • What was Picasso’s nationality?

    Spanish

  • In which country was Buddha born?

    Nepal

  • What is the national sport of Japan?

    Sumo Wrestling

  • How many players are there in a baseball team?

    Nine

  • What is the family name of JFK?

    Kennedy

  • Who was the leading actress in Sleepless in Seattle and You’ve Got Mail?

    Meg Ryan

  • Who directed Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and ET?

    Steven Spielberg

  • What color is the middle stripe of the French flag?

    White

  • In which city is the cathedral of Nôtre Dame?

    Paris

  • Who was the youngest Beatle?

    George Harrison

  • Which soft green egg-shaped fruit comes from New Zealand?

    The Kiwi fruit

  • How many points are scored for a touchdown in American football?

    Six

  • What is the capital of Thailand?

    Bangkok

  • What color is chlorophyll?

    Green

  • In which country is the Great Barrier Reef?

    Australia

  • Which Dutch painter cut off a part of his ear?

    Vincent van Gogh

  • Which is the sport wherein you would use a “sand iron”?

    Golf

  • Which is the sport where you could be out “leg before wicket” or “hit a six”?

    Cricket

  • n which sport can you get into a headlock?

    Wrestling

  • Which indoor sport is the most popular in the US?

    Basketball

  • Which country hosted the 2008 Olympic Games?

    China

  • Which batsman started his International cricketing career at a very young age of 16?

    Sachin Tendulkar

  • Which sport uses the biggest pitch, in terms of area?

    Polo

  • The first Wimbledon tournament was held in?

    1877

  • Which is the Cup associated with hockey?

    Agha Khan Cup

  • Where did India play its first one-day international match?

    Headingley, England

  • Who is the only cricketer to score two centuries in a World Cup?

    Rahul Dravid

  • Which country has hosted the Asian Games for the maximum number of times?

    Thailand

  • Ben Johnson, the well-known athlete, belongs to which country?

    Canada

  • In which year did the first Commonwealth Games take place?

    1930

  • Which country topped the medal tally in XXV Olympics held at Barcelona?

    USSR

  • In men’s decathlon, what is the second event of day one?

    Long jump

  • Which Indian trophy is associated with football?

    Santosh Trophy

  • Which sport used the word ‘home run’, long before baseball used it?

    Cricket

  • Who has been named as the White Lightning in the game of cricket?

    Allan Donald (South Africa)

  • Where were the 27th (1996) Summer Olympic games held?

    Atlanta

  • Between which teams was the final of the Sultan Afzal Shah Hockey Tournament 2012 played?

    New Zealand and Argentina

  • Where were the first Commonwealth Games (1930) held?

    Hamilton (Canada)

  • What is the world’s most popular spectator sport?

    Auto Racing

  • Which sport is P.V. Sindhu associated with?

    Badminton

  • Which team won gold and bronze medals in the Asian Archery Grand Prix held on March 12, 2013?

    India

  • How many gold medals did Carl Lewis win at the 1984 Olympic Games?

    Four

  • A place to see lots of animals?

    Zoo

  • Something you do when you feel tired?

    Yawn

  • A picture that shows your bones?

    X-Ray

  • North, south, east, and?

    West

  • Something to put flowers in?

    Vase

  • Something to keep you dry in the rain?

    Umbrella

  • A shape with just three sides?

    Triangle

  • You might tie something up with a?

    Rope

  • Another word meaning fast?

    Quick

  • A place that you may go to play?

    Park

  • A sea creature with eight legs?

    Octopus

  • Something to wipe your feet on?

    A mat

  • The opposite of dark?

    Light

  • What you do to a football?

    Kick

  • The seventh month of the year?

    July

  • The liquid inside a pen?

    Ink

  • You wear this on your head?

    A hat

  • The color of grass?

    Green

  • Birds lay what?

    Eggs

  • Creatures that lived millions of years ago?

    Dinosaur

  • A building where movies are shown?

    Theatres

  • A yellow fruit?

    Banana

  • A common garden insect?

    Ant

  • Which is the shortest book in the New Testament?

    John

  • Paul was shipwrecked on which island?

    Malta

  • Who asked the Pilate for Jesus’ body after the crucifixion?

    Joseph of Arimathea

  • Who recognized Jesus as the Messiah when he was presented at the Temple in his infancy?

    Simeon

  • After Jesus was arrested, which apostle disowned him thrice?

    Peter

  • How many people did Jesus Christ feed with five loaves of bread and two fish?

    About 5000 men

  • Who were the first apostles known to follow Jesus?

    Peter and Andrew

  • What insect did John, the Baptist, eat in the desert?

    Locusts

  • How many books are there in the New Testament?

    27

  • In which city was Jesus born?

    Bethlehem

  • From which language did the word “Ketchup” come?

    Chinese

  • Which bird has the largest wingspan?

    Albatross

  • How many milligrams make a gram?

    1000

  • What is the first letter of the Greek alphabet?

    Alpha

  • What does the white dove symbolize?

    Peace

  • In which city was the Titanic launched?

    Belfast

  • What does the word “ambidextrous” mean?

    You can use the right and left hands equally well

  • What is said to be the most neutral color?

    Green

  • What are the secondary colors?

    Orange, Green, & Purple

  • What color is the absence of color?

    Black

  • The sun rises from which direction?

    East

  • The sunsets in which direction?

    The west

  • What is the name of a bird’s home?

    A nest

  • Which animal when it poops on you, you will supposedly have good luck?

    A bird

  • Which animal is known as “man’s best friend”?

    A Dog

  • What is the national bird of the U.S.A.?

     Bald Eagle

  • What kind of car takes children to school?

    A school bus D

  • In Greek mythology, who turned all that he touched into gold?

    Mitas

  • How many strings does a violin have?

    Four

  • Traditionally, how many Wonders of the World are there?

    Seven

  • How many keys are on a piano?

    88, 52 white keys & 36 black keys

  • Where does Dracula live?

    Transylvania

  • What does ‘mph’ stand for?

    Miles per hour

  • How many weeks are there in a year?

    52

  • What does 24/7 mean?

    24 hours a day, 7 days a week

  • What are the five senses?

    Sight, Smell, Sound, Taste, & Touch

  • How many strings are on a guitar?

    Six

  • What do Dalmatians have on their fur?

    Spots

  • What are on the stems of roses?

    Thorns

  • How many months are there in a year?

    12

  • What are the colors of the Olympic rings?

    Red, Blue, Green, Black, and Yellow

  • How many rings make up the symbol for the Olympic Games?

    Five

  • How many days are there in a year?

    365

  • What season comes after summer?

    Fall

  • How many missions have landed on the Moon?

    Six

  • Which city was divided by a wall from 1961 to 1989?

    Berlin

  • Which U.S. Apollo was the first to land on the Moon?

    11

  • Who was the first woman to fly in space?

    Sally Ride

  • What is Amelia Earhart known for?

    Flying

  • The North Pole is located in which ocean?

    Arctic

  • Is Antarctica located on the North Pole or the South Pole?

    The South Pole

  • When you’re standing on the North Pole, any other direction you point is in which direction?

    South

  • Which country gifted America the Statue of Liberty?

    France

  • Where is the Grand Canyon located?

    In the State of Arizona

  • In which U.S. city is Wall Street located?

    New York City

  • What is the largest U.S. state by land area?

    Alaska

  • Which continent is the most populated in the world?

    Asia

  • What city is the capital of France?

    Paris

  • Which U.S. state has a bear on their flag?

    California

  • Which U.S. state is a peninsula?

    Florida

  • How many floors are in the Empire State Building?

    102

  • In which city is the Empire State Building?

    New York City

  • In which state is the Hollywood sign located?

    California

  • When was America discovered?

    1492

  • Which president is on the $20 bill?

    Andrew Jackson

  • Which continent is the flattest?

    Australia

  • What is the smallest ocean in the world?

    Arctic

  • What is the First Amendment to the Constitution?

    Freedom of Speech

  • Where was the first colony founded?

    Virginia

  • When you’re standing on the South Pole, any other direction you point is in which direction?

    North

  • Can you name all of the continents in the world?

    North America, South America, Asia, Europe, Antarctica, Africa, and Australia

  • How many states make up the contiguous United States?

    48

  • In what state would you find the Golden Gate Bridge?

    California

  • Which state is Mount Rushmore in?

    South Dakota

  • Who are the presidents on Mount Rushmore?

    Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington

  • Which ocean is the saltiest in the world?

    Atlantic

  • How many presidents are on Mount Rushmore?

    Four

  • Who discovered electricity?

    Benjamin Franklin

  • How many stars & stripes are on the American flag?

    50 stars & 13 stripes

  • How many states are in the U.S.A.?

    50

  • What is the capital of America?

    Washington, D.C.

  • What do the aliens worship as a god in Toy Story?

    “The Claw”

  • What kind of dog is Snoopy?

    Beagle

  • What is the name of Charlie Brown’s dog?

    Snoopy

  • Do NFL Super Bowl referees also get a Super Bowl ring?

    Yes

  • Who is known to be the “King” of Rock n’ Roll?

    Elvis Presley

  • Who is the villain in 101 Dalmatians?

    Cruella De Vil

  • Which famous singer also starred on the old Nickelodeon show Victorious?

    Ariana Grande

  • Which singer was featured on Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road”?

    Billy Ray Cyrus

  • What color is Scooby-Doo’s collar?

    Blue

  • Which colors are painted on the Mystery Machine from Scooby-Doo?

    Blue, Green, & Orange

  • Who sings the song “Lose You to Love Me”?

    Selena Gomez

  • What are the first names of the Jonas Brothers?

    Nick, Kevin, & Joe

  • Who sings the song “Lover”?

    Taylor Swift

  • Which singer based his first four albums off of math symbols?

    Ed Sheeran

  • What was Justin Bieber’s first song?

    “One Time”

  • How old was Justin Bieber when he became famous?

    13 years old

  • Who sings the song “Bad Guy”?

    Billie Eilish

  • Who were the members of the boy band One Direction?

    Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles, and Zayn Malik

  • What are the names of Timmy Turner’s fairy godparents in The Fairly OddParents?

    Cosmo & Wanda

  • What does Velma say when she discovers a clue in Scooby-Doo?

    “Jinkies”

  • What does Shaggy say when he’s scared in Scooby-Doo?

    “Zoinks”

  • Who wrote the Harry Potter series?

    J.K. Rowling

  • How many stepsisters does Cinderella have?

    Two

  • Peter Pan is the captain of which group of boys?

    The Lost Boys

  • Which chipmunk from Alvin and the Chipmunks wears a blue sweater?

    Simon

  • Who is Squidward’s arch-nemesis in Spongebob Squarepants?

    Squilliam

  • Who is Spongebob’s next-door neighbor?

    Squidward Tentacles

  • What is the name of the group in Scooby-Doo?

    Mystery, Inc

  • Hugh Jackman plays which character in the X-men movies?

    Wolverine

  • Which actor plays Ironman in the latest Ironman movies?

    Robert Downey, Jr.

  • What is Batman’s real name?

    Bruce Wayne

  • Which actor played Spider-Man in Spider-Man: Homecoming?

    Tom Holland

  • How did Spider-Man get his powers?

    A radioactive spider bit him

  • Whose famous line is “Luke, I am your father”?

    Darth Vader

  • What is the famous weapon used by Jedi Knights in Star Wars?

    Light Saber

  • What is the name of Han Solo’s ship in Star Wars?

    Millennium Falcon

  • How many cards does each player get in the card game “Go Fish”?

     Five

  • In which game do you receive $200 when you pass “GO”?

    Monopoly

  • What kind of birds are famous for saying “mine” in Finding Nemo?

    Seagull

  • What kind of cat is Garfield?

    Tabby cat

  • Who created James Bond and wrote the original novels?

    Ian Flemming

  • What car manufacturer is James Bond renowned for driving in James Bond movies?

    Aston Martins

  • What kind of drink does James Bond ask to be “shaken, not stirred”?

    Vodka Martini

  • In “Toy Story 3,” what kind of toy is Lotso?

    A stuffed bear; “Lots-o’-Huggin’ Bear.”

  • True or False, Mowgli from Jungle Book was raised by wolves?

    True

  • What is the name of the child from Jungle Book?

    Mowgli

  • What type of dog is Scooby-Doo?

    Great Dane

  • What color sweater does Velma wear in Scooby-Doo?

    Orange

  • How many movies are there in the Toy Story movie series?

    Four

  • What is the name of the van the crew drives in Scooby-Doo?

    The Mystery Machine

  • Baloo sings which song in the movie Jungle Book?

    “Bare Necessities”

  • What is the name of Andy’s evil neighbor in Toy Story?

    Sid

  • Which actor plays the voice of Woody in Toy Story?

    Tom Hanks

  • What’s Andy’s last name in Toy Story?

    Davis

  • How many basketball players are on the court during a basketball game (including both teams)?

    Ten

  • How points do you score for a touchdown in football?

    Six

  • True or False: A birdie is one stroke over par?

    False

  • What does the score of “love” equal in tennis?

    Zero

  • What is the shape of a baseball field?

    A diamond

  • What is Buddy the Elf’s brother’s name?

    Michael

  • What did the lion want most in The Wizard of Oz?

    Courage

  • Katniss was the main character in what movie?

    The Hunger Games

  • What is Mike’s last name in Monsters, Inc.?

    Wazowski

  • What does the acronym RBI mean in baseball?

    Runs Batted In

  • The Stanley Cup is awarded to which sport?

    Hockey

  • Whose catchphrase is “to infinity and beyond”?

    Buzz Lightyear

  • What company makes iPads and iPhones?

    Apple

  • How many books are in the Harry Potter series?

    Seven

  • How much can one person eat in a year?

    2,000 pounds of food

  • What television series cartoon dog says, “Ruh Roh!”?

    Scooby-Doo

  • Which TV network hosts The Teen Choice Awards?

    Nickelodeon



     

  • Which princess fell in love with a beast?

    Princess Belle

  • Who lives in Neverland?

    Peter Pan

  • How many Earths could fit inside the sun?

    1 million

  • Do snakes have eyelids?

    No

  • Teeth form part of the skeletal system, but do they count as bones?

    No

  • True or false, Dalmatians are born with spots?

    False

  • Which dog breed has a black dog?

    Chow chow

  • True or False, dogs can only see in black & white?

    False; dogs can see multiple colors.

  • What is a dog’s most highly developed sense?

    Smell

  • Frogs begin life as what?

    Tadpoles

  • The left side of your body is controlled by which side of your brain?

    The right side of the brain

  • Are birds warm-blooded?

    Yes

  • What color is given to the second full moon of the month?

    Blue

  • How often does the Moon orbit the Earth?

    Approximately every 27 days

  • What are the phases of the Moon?

    New Moon, Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, Full Moon, Waning Gibbous, Third Quarter, & Waning Crescent

  • How many phases does the Moon have?

    Eight

  • What is the smallest bone in the human body?

    The stapes

  • How many bones are in the human body?

    206

  • Which sea animal has tentacles that sting?

    Jellyfish

  • What largely creates the Earth’s ties through gravitational pull?

    The Moon

  • What kind of mollusk holds a pearl in its shell?

    An oyster

  • How many pints are in a quart?

    Two

  • How many pints are in a gallon?

    Eight

  • What comes after a million, billion, & trillion?

    Quadrillion

  • What is a human’s average temperature?

    98.6 degrees Fahrenheit

  • What temperature does water freeze at?

    32 degrees Fahrenheit

  • How many toes does a human have?

    Ten

  • What are the three states of matter?

    Solid, liquid, and gas

  • What is it called when birds fly to warmer climates for the winter?

    Migration

  • What do you call a baby lion?

    A cub

  • What color is a ruby?

    Red

  • Which is the largest land animal?

    The African elephant

  • Which is the tallest tower in the world?

    The Tokyo Skytree tower in Japan

  • Which is the smallest country in the world?

    Vatican City, located in Rome, Italy.

  • Which is the most visited museum in the world?

    The Louvre Museum in Paris/France

  • Which is the highest building in the world?

    Burj Khalifa in Dubai

  • Which beans did Mexicans once use as payment for goods and services?

    cocoa beans

  • Where do apricots originate from?

    China

  • Which fruit is the most popular and most consumed in the world?

    Tomatoes are the most eaten fruit in the world.

  • Which color means “GO” on a stoplight?

    Green

  • What’s a lucky object that you can find in the grass?

    A four-leaf clover

  • Who is Spider-Man’s crush?

    Mary Jane Watson

  • What is Batman’s real name?

    Bruce Wayne

  • What planet is home to Chewbacca and the Wookiees in Star Wars?

    Kashyyyk

  • What is the name of Barbie’s male companion?

    Ken

  • What weakens Superman?

    Kryptonite

  • What does Mario jump on after completing a level?

    A flagpole

  • What was the baby lion’s name in The Lion King?

    Simba

  • What is Shrek’s wife’s name?

    Fiona

  • What color is the sky?

    Blue

  • What television series cartoon dog says, “Ruh Roh!”?

    Scooby-Doo

  • Who is the villain in The Little Mermaid?

    Ursula

  • What is Winnie the Poo’s favorite treat?

    Honey

  • Which princess lived with seven dwarfs?

    Snow White

  • What do snakes smell with?

    Their tongue

  • True or false, Dalmatians are born with spots?

    False, Dalmatian puppies are born white, and their spots come later in life

  • What is the most common training command taught to dogs?

     “Sit”

  • Which body parts continue to grow throughout your entire life?

    Your ears and nose

  • Hummingbirds can fly backwards. True or False?

    True

  • What is the most common species of bird found in the world?

    Chicken

  • What is the largest bird in the world?

    The Ostrich

  • A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth is between the Moon and what else?

    The sun

  • What is a female elephant called?

    A cow

  • How many edges does a cube have?

    12

  • What allows birds to fly?

    Their wings

  • Which bird can learn to mimic human speech?

    Parrots

  • What is the name for the holes on the Moon’s surface?

    Craters

  • True or false, there is gravity on the Moon?

    False

  • How many arms does an octopus have?

    Eight

  • What bird lives in Antarctica and cannot fly?

    Penguin

  • If a car is traveling at 65 mph, how many miles would it travel in 6 hours?

    390

  • What is the bottom number of a fraction called?

    A denominator

  • What is the top number of a fraction called?

    A numerator

  • What degree is a right angle?

    90 degrees

  • How many zeros are in a million?

    Six

  • How many sides does a pentagon have?

    Five

  • How many feet are in a yard?

    Three

  • How many inches are in a foot?

    12

  • What is a group of crows called?

    A murder

  • How old was Harry Potter when he got his lightening bolt scar?

    15 months old

  • Who brought Harry to Hogwart's?

    Hagrid

  • What is Lord Voldemort's real name?

    Tom Marvolo Riddle

  • What is the name of the bright green snake hidden in the Chamber of Secrets?

    A Basilisk

  • What did Dumbledore use to light up the Street lights in Privet Drive?

    A Deluminator

  • When is Harry Potter's birthday?

    July 31

  • From what platform do students catch the Hogwarts Express?

    9 3/4

  • What are the three types of wizard coins in order of value?

    Galleon (gold), Sickle (silver), and Knut (bronze)

  • How many brothers did Ron Weasley have?

    5

  • What is the name of Mulan's dragon?

    Mushu

  • What is the name of the teacup in Beauty and the Beast?

    Chip Potts

  • Which Disney princess is inspired by a real person?

    Pocahontas

  • What animal does Merida's mom turn into in Brave?

    A bear

  • What are the names of Cinderella's evil stepsisters?

    Anastasia and Drizella

  • What kind of animal is Abu in Aladdin?

    A monkey

  • What is the princess' name in Princess and the Frog?

    Tiana

  • Who sings the song "Shiny" from Moana?

    Tamatoa

  • How many colonies were there originally?

    13

  • What animal is considered to be the symbol of America?

    Bald Eagle

  • Who was the first Black player in Major League Baseball?

    Jackie Robinson

  • What holiday celebrates the end of slavery in the U.S.?

    Juneteenth on June 19

  • Where was Martin Luther King, Jr. born?

    Atlanta, Georgia

  • Who wrote a famous diary while hiding from Nazis in Amsterdam?

    Anne Frank

  • How fast can a roadrunner run?

    20 MPH

  • Where does the most venomous spider live?

    Australia; Sydney funnel-web spider

  • Which animal's fingerprints look exactly like human fingerprints?

    Koala

  • What is the fastest flying bird in the world?

    Peregrine falcon

  • Which amphibian never sleeps?

    Bullfrog

  • What is the chemical symbol for table salt?

    NaCl

  • What was the first planet to be discovered using the telescope?

    Uranus

  • How many breaths does the average human take in a day?

    23,000

  • What is the largest internal organ in the human body?

    The Liver

  • How many elements are in the periodic table?

    118

  • What is the largest known living land animal?

    African Bush Elephant

  • How many teeth does an adult human have?

    32

  • What is the most popular sport in Indonesia?

     Badminton

  • What is the largest spider in the world?

    The Goliath Birdeater

  • Which U.S. president was known for his conservation efforts?

    Theodore Roosevelt

  • Who is the Nobel prize named after?

    Alfred Nobel

  • What country first used paper money?

    China

  • What is the largest of the Egyptian pyramids?

    The Great Pyramid of Giza

  • What sacred text do Christians abide by?

    The New Testament

  • Which Canadian-born pop singer did Haley Baldwin marry?

    Justin Bieber

  • How many wheels does a school bus have?

    Typically, they have 6

  • What is Canada's national sport?

     Ice Hockey

  • What is the capital city of Canada?

    Ottawa

  • What country does The Little Mermaid take place in?

    Coast of Denmark

  • When was the first email address created?

    1971

  • What country is the North Pole in?

    No country

  • What’s the main ingredient in chocolate?

    Cocoa beans

  • What’s the fastest muscle in the body?

    The human eye

  • What is the tallest building in the United States?

     The World Trade Center, built in 2006

  • What color is Daphne’s dress on the hit TV show Scooby Doo?

     Purple

  • What was the first James Bond movie?

    Dr. No

  • What great civilization did Alexander the Great come from?

    Greece

  • What is the world’s smallest continent?

    Australia

  • How many baseball players are on a team?

    Just 9 players

  • What is the biggest bone in the body?

    The thighbone

  • In what city is the famous Golden Gate Bridge located?

    San Francisco

  • Harry Styles was once a member of this popular musical group?

    One Direction

  • Besides Spanish, what language is largely spoken in South America?

    Portuguese is the official language of Brazil, the largest country in South America.

  • What is the coldest place on Earth?

    Antarctica

  • What color is the fish from The Cat in the Hat?

     Pink

  • What shape is the stop sign?

    An octagon

  • What is the name of the pet dinosaur on The Flintstones?

    Dino

  • Which dwarf from Snow White mixes up his words?

    Doc

  • What year did Jim Carrey’s How The Grinch Stole Christmas come out?

    The classic Christmas tale was released back in 2000

  • “Jack be nimble, Jack be quick, Jack _______.” What is the next line?

    Jack jump over the candlestick

  • Which famous American businessman helped invent the light bulb?

    Thomas Edison

  • What is the family dog’s name in Peter Pan?

    Nana

  • What’s the biggest farm animal?

    The cow

  • What continent is Spain in?

    Europe

  • What country invented the ice cream sundae?

    The U.S

  • Who was the first African American president of the United States?

    A pale of water

  • Who was the first African American president of the United States?

    Barrack Obama

  • Speaking of Disney films, can you name the first song heard in the Lion King?

    “The Circle of Life”

  • Which Disney Pixar movie features the characters Sheriff Woody and Buzz Light-year?

    Toy Story

  • Which book series introduces the character Dumbledore?

    Harry Potter Series

  • Where is the White House located?

    Washington, D.C

  • What natural phenomenon usually comes after a rainstorm?

    A rainbow

  • Where is the Giant Panda found?

    China

  • What ocean do Californians swim in?

    The Pacific ocean

  • What is the largest organ on the human body?

    The skin

  • Who is the current US President?

    Joe Biden

  • What is the most popular color of car?

    White

  • What color are zebras’ strips when they are first born?

    Brown

  • What is a haboob?

    A type of sandstorm

  • Stratus, cirrus, cumulus and nimbus are types of what?

    Clouds

  • What letter is not included in any of the 50 U.S. state names?

    Letter Q

  • What are the only two U.S. states that can grow coffee commercially?

    Hawaii and California

  • What is the longest river in the world?

    The Nile

  • What U.S. state houses the city that is the ice cream capital of the world?

    Iowa

  • Which two countries share the longest border?

    The United States and Canada

  • What is the name of the marshmallow Easter treats that come in the shape of birds and bunnies?

    Peeps

  • How many nights is Hanukkah celebrated?

    Eight

  • What type of animal is Baloo in The Jungle Book?

    A bear

  • On which hand did Captain Hook have his hook?

    Left

  • Can you name the largest chocolate manufacturer in the United States?

    Hershey’s

  • What contains more sugar, strawberries or lemons?

    Lemons

  • What is the world record for number of hotdogs eaten in one sitting?

    74

  • What food is the most ordered in America?

    Fried chicken

  • What food serves as the base for guacamole?

    Avocado

  • In what sport do you use a wooden ball and mallet?

    Croquet

  • In what sport can you get a hole in one?

    Golf

  • Where did the Olympic games originate?

    Greece

  • What is the name of a group of stars that form an imaginary picture?

    Constellation

  • How many Earths can fit inside the sun?

    1.3 million

  • Which planet has a day that lasts almost eight months on Earth?

    Venus

  • About how many stars are in the Milky Way?

    150-250 billion

  • Which dinosaur had 15 horns?

    Kosmoceratops

  • What do you call a group of giraffes?

    A tower

  • How many legs does a lobster have?

    10 (8 walking legs and 2 larger claw legs)

  • On a common ladybug, what color are its spots?

    Black

  • Which mammal lives the longest?

    Bowhead whale. They can live up to 200 years!

  • What was the lifespan of a Tyrannosaurus Rex?

    Between 20-30 years

  • What is the fastest aquatic animal?

    The sailfish. It can reach speeds of up to 68 MPH.

  • Name a mammal that can’t jump?

    Elephant, sloth, hippo, rhino

  • What is a Granny Smith?

    A type of apple

  • What is an Octothorp?

    A hashtag symbol

  • What percentage of people have black or brown hair?

    80 percent

  • How fast does earth spin?

    1,000 miles per hour

  • Which country eats most chocolate per person?

    Switzerland

  • How long does it take for food to pass through the body?

    Approximately 53 hours

  • Where is the smallest human bone?

    In the ear — it’s called the stapes

  • What was the first toy to be advertised on television?

    Mr. Potato Head

  • What is the loudest animal?

    The sperm whale

  • What is Harry Potter's middle name?

    James

  • Who is the oldest gaming youtuber?

    Hamako Mori (a.k.a. Gaming Grandma)

  • Why do Otters hold hands?

    To stay together while they sleep on the water

  • What is the capital of Germany?

    Berlin

  • What is a Kakapo?

    A parrot

  • How many toes does a cat have?

    18

  • Which website was first called relentless.com?

    Amazon

  • What language is spoken in Brazil?

    Portuguese

  • What is the oldest instrument ever found?

    A flute

  • Who filmed the first music video in Spain?

    Chris Hadfield

  • Who has won the most American music awards?

    Taylor Swift

  • Where is the Grand Ole Opry House

    Nashville, Tennessee

  • How many valves on a tuba?

    Three

  • When did reggae begin?

    The 1960s

  • Where did jazz begin?

    The U.S.

  • Which instrument does a pianist play?

    A piano

  • Which bass instrument is not normally in an orchestra?

    Saxophone

  • What are the tubular made from?

    Metal

  • How many musicians are in a quartet?

    Four

  • What is the other name of Timpani?

    Kettle drums

  • How many strings does a guitar have?

    Most have six, although there are exceptions

  • What is the oldest brass instrument?

    The trumpet

  • How many black keys does a piano with 52 white keys have?

    32

  • What do you call a baby rabbit?

    Kittens

  • What do you call the liquid rock inside the earth?

    Magma

  • What bone protects your brain?

    The skull

  • Which blood cells fight diseases?

    White blood cells

  • Which animal has the largest eyes?

    The giant squid

  • What happens first, thunder or lightning?

    They happen at the same time

  • Everything is made from what?

    Elements and atoms

  • What sounds can you hear in space?

    None

  • What was the first animal to go into Orbit?

    A dog

  • What do you call an animal with a backbone?

    A vertebrate

  • Which planet has the most moons?

    Saturn

  • Which animal was the first one to be cloned?

    A sheep

  • Which planet spins the fastest?

    Jupiter

  • What do you call animals that eat both plants and meat?

    Omnivores

  • What is the closest planet to the sun?

    Mercury

  • Currently how many teams are in the NFL?

    32

  • In tennis how many tournaments are in the "Grand Slam"

    Four

  • What is the name of a place you play golf?

    A golf course

  • What is the maximum weight of a golf ball?

    1.6 oz

  • Who invented modern basketball?

    James Naismith

  • What is the highest possible score in Bowling?

    300

  • In which sport can you win the Heisman Trophy?

    College football

  • What is the NHL's top trophy called?

    The Stanley Cup

  • Which team did Kobe Bryant play for his entire career?

    Los Angeles Lakers

  • Who is the all time touch-down leader in the NFL?

    Jerry Rice

  • Which sport does Kyrie Iriving play?

    Basketball

  • What is the oldest NFL team with the same name in the same location?

    Green Bay Packers

  • Who has won most Olympic medals?

    Michael Phelps

  • When was the first Super Bowl?

    1967

  • What is the core of a golf ball made of?

    Rubber

  • How many points is a slam dunk worth?

    Two

  • What game is played at Wimbledon?

    Tennis

  • In which sport is the FIFA world cup?

    Soccer

  • How many rings are on the Olympic flag?

    Five

  • What does NBA stand for?

    National Basketball Association

  • What is the diameter of a basketball hoop?

    18 inches

  • Which Angel appeared to Mary?

    Gabriel

  • What is the last book in the bible?

    Revelation

  • Who Baptized Jesus?

    John the Baptist

  • What is the shortest verse in the bible?

    John 11:35

  • Who wrote most words in the Bible?

    Moses

  • Who persuaded King Solomon to turn from God?

    His wives

  • How many commandments were given to Moses?

    Ten

  • Who was the first King of Israel?

    Saul

  • Where did God give Moses the 10 commandments?

    Mt. Sinai

  • How did Saul die?

    He fell on his own sword

  • What were Abram and Sarai names changed to?

    Abraham and Sarah

  • What did Jacob give Joseph that made his brothers jealous?

    A coat of many colors

  • Who built the ark?

    Noah

  • Who did Jacob want to marry?

    Racheal

  • Who were the first man and woman?

    Adam and Eve

  • How many books are in the New Testament?

    27

  • How many days did God take to create the world?

    6

  • What is the longest book in the Bible?

    Psalms

  • What year was Pluto discovered?

    1930

  • Which company is worth trillion Dollars?

    Apple

  • Youngest recipient of a Nobel Prize?

    Malala Yousafzai

  • Who did the U.S buy Florida from?

    Spain

  • Which U.S President was the first to win a Nobel Peace Prize?

    Roosevelt

  • What did the Romans use for mouthwash?

    Human Urine

  • Who was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic?

    Amelia Earhart

  • Which King and his Knights sat at a round table?

    King Arthur

  • Who was the ancient Roman goddess of love?

    Venus

  • Which ancient people worshipped cats?

    The ancient Egyptians

  • Who was the first country to recognize Mexico as an independent State?

    The U.S

  • What year did the Berlin wall come down?

    1989

  • Which is the oldest University in U.S?

    Harvard

  • What year was the great fire of London?

    1666

  • What volcano destroyed Pompei in 79 ADC?

    Mount Vesuvius

  • Which ancient arena canstill be seen in Rome, Italy today?

    The Colosseum

  • Where did Immigrants to the U.S arrive?

    Ellis Island, New York

  • In what year did World War II start?

    1939

  • In which modern-day country did the Aztecs mostly live?

    Mexico

  • On what kind of medieval buildings would you find battlements?

    A castle

  • Who were the first Europeans to land in what is now the U.S?

    The Vikings

  • What is The Joker's nickname?

    The Clown Prince of Crime

  • What is the name of Iron Man's daughter?

    Morgan

  • What are Google, Chrome, Safari, Firefox & Explorer?

    Web browsers

  • In Minecrafts what are the smallest mobs in the game?

    Endermites

  • How many Star War movies are there?

    9

  • What type of Pokemon is Mewtwo?

    Psychic

  • How many wonders of the world are there?

    Seven

  • What type of animal is squidward in spongebob squarepants

    Octopus

  • Which bones are babies born without?

    Kneecaps

  • What is Meteorology the study of?

    Weather

  • Which show features an ice cream parlor called Scoops Ahoy?

    Stranger Things

  • When was the first iPad released?

    2010

  • What are the names of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?

    Donatello, Leonardo, Raphael and Michelangelo

  • Which Star Wars movie does Jar Jar Bink appears first?

    Star Wars Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace

  • What is the name of the toy store in Toy Story 2?

    Al’s Toy Barn

  • In Brave, what is the name of the bear who battles Merida's father and mother?

    Mor’du

  • In what city is a Ratatouille set?

    Paris

  • What does Cinderella's fairy godmother turn into a carriage?

    A Pumpkin

  • What is the name of Donald Duck's sister?

    Della, but she is also called Dumbella by Donald

  • In which Disney movie is Cruella de Vil a villain?

    101 Dalmatians

  • Whats the name of the Dog in Up?

    Dug

  • In finding Nemo, what type of fish is Nemo?

    A Clownfish

  • How many "thingamabobs" does the little Mermaid have?

    20

  • In Peter Pan, what is Wendy's last name?

    Darling

  • Which Disney movie has the most songs?

    Alice in Wonderland

  • What is Bambi's first word?

    Bird

  • What is the name of the Horse in Tangled?

    Maximus

  • Who carved Pinocchio in Disney's Pinocchio?

    Geppetto

  • What is the name of the Hamster in Disney's Bolt?

    Rhino

  • In Monster, Inc. how many eyes does Mr. Waternoose have?

    Five

  • Where does Aladdin live?

    Agrabah

  • What is the name of Mega-Corporation in Wall-E?

    Buy n’ Large

  • Which Disney Princess is the only one based on a real person?

    Pocahontas

  • What was the youngest Disney Princess?

    Snow White

  • What were Mickey Mouse's first words?

    Hot dogs

  • What was the name of Simba's mother?

    Sarabi

  • Are worker bees male or female?

    Female

  • Which mammals live the longest?

    The bowhead whale

  • Where do arboreal animals live?

    In trees

  • What do Koalas eat?

    Eucalyptus

  • How many noses does a slug have?

    Four

  • What do you call an animal that eats meat?

    A Carnivore

  • What do you call animals without backbones?

    Invertebrates

  • Which Bird can fly backward?

    The Hummingbird

  • Which state was the 50th state to join the union?

    Hawaii

  • What is the hardest natural substance?

    A Diamond

  • What gulf is located to the south of Florida?

    The Gulf of Mexico

  • What kind of tree do prunes come from?

    A plum tree

  • What is the imaginary line called that connects the north and south pole?

    Prime Meridian

  • How many Great Lakes are there?

    Five

  • What is the tallest mountain in the world?

    Mount Everest

  • What is the largest continent?

    Asia

  • In what movie will you find characters who are looking for a brain, a heart, and courage?

    The Wizard of Oz

  • What is the name of Mickey Mouse’s pet dog?

    Pluto

  • What do you get when you boil water?

    Steam

  • What is the nickname for the bell of the clock at the Palace of Westminster in London?

    Big Ben

  • Which country did Justin Bieber come from?

    Canada

  • Which movie is Prince Charming from?

    Cinderella

  • Which famous ocean liner sank on her first voyage in 1912?

    The Titanic

  • What’s the name of the town where The Flintstones live?

    Bedrock

  • Who painted the Mona Lisa?

    Leonardo DaVinci

  • The Statue of Liberty came from which country to the United States?

    France

  • Who invented the telephone?

    Alexander Graham Bell

  • Who was the 16th president of the United States?

    Abraham Lincoln

  • In what country were the Olympic Games invented?

    Greece

  • Can you name the seven dwarves in Snow White?

    Sleepy, Sneezy, Happy, Grumpy, Dopey, Doc, and Bashful

  • What was the last name of the flying pioneers Orville and Wilbur?

    Wright

  • Can you name the closest star to Earth?

    The Sun

  • What is the part of the human eye that controls the amount of light that passes through the pupil?

    The iris

  • What is the name of molten rock after a volcanic eruption?

    Lava

  • How many bones do sharks have?

    Zero

  • What kind of tree do acorns come from?

    Oak

  • Two of the planets in our solar system begin with the letter M, can you name them?

    Mars and Mercury

     

  • What is the smallest state in America?

    Rhode Island

  • What is the largest state in America?

    Alaska

  • How many continents are there in the world?

    Seven

  • What day of the year is Independence Day?

    July 4th

  • Which place is called “the happiest place in the world?”

    Disney World

  • If you suffer from arachnophobia, which animal are you scared of?

    Spiders

  • In sports, what is an MVP?

    Most Valuable Player

  • What could make Harry Potter invisible?

    The Invisibility Cloak

  • Who was the first man to step on the moon?

    Neil Armstrong

  • Which singing voice is the highest pitch? Soprano, tenor or baritone?

    Soprano

  • What colors are the stars on the American flag?

    White

  • If you freeze water, what do you get?

    Ice

  • What is the horn for Rhinoceros made of?

    It’s mainly made out of keratin

  • How many eyes does a honey bee have?

    Five

  • What do you call a female Donkey?

    A Jenny

  • Which mammal is the only one that can truly fly?

    A bat

  • What is a bonobo?

    An ape, similar to a chimpanzee

  • What do you call a group of Zebras?

    A herd, a dazzle, or a zeal

  • Which animal lives almost entirely on bamboo?

    The giant panda

  • What is the world's largest bird?

    Ostrich

  • What do you call a group of wolves?

    A pack

  • What is the largest living animal?

    The blue whale

  • What is a baby goat called?

    A kid

  • How many humps does a dromedary Camel have?

    Two

  • Which land animal can open its mouth the widest?

    A hippopotamus

  • What do you call an animal that can live on both land and water?

    An Amphibian

  • Which is the largest member of the cat family?

    Tiger

  • How long was the biggest carrot ever grown?

    14 feet

  • How many chambers are there in the human heart?

    Four

  • What are the Olympic Medals made of?

    Gold, silver, and bronze

  • What are the primary colors?

    Red, blue, and yellow

  • Which country has the largest population?

    China

  • In which country was golf first played?

    Scotland

  • What is the Earth's largest Ocean?

    The Pacific

  • Where was Christopher Columbus born?

    Genoa, Italy

  • What team sport is known as the fastest game on earth?

    Ice hockey

  • What is the hardest substance in your body?

    Tooth enamel

  • What is the smallest breed of dog?

    The Chihuahua

  • Who lives at number 4 pivet drive?

    Harry Potter

  • Which planet in the milkyway is biggest?

    Jupiter

  • How many wheels does a tricycle have?

    Three

  • How many cents are in a quarter?

    25

  • A potrait is a picture of what?

    A person

  • What fruit do raisins come from?

    Grapes

  • What is the hardest natural substance in the world?

    Diamond

  • What does a thermometer measure?

    Temperature

  • What color is at the top of the rainbow?

    Red

  • What is the name of the little girl in The Nutcracker?

    Clara

  • What is the highest grossing holiday movie of all time?

    Home Alone

  • What sweet snack is typically left out for Santa?

    Cookies

  • What school did Harry Potter attend?

    Hogwarts

  • What’s the name of the toy cowboy in Toy Story?

    Woody

  • Who lives in a trashcan on Sesame Street?

    Oscar the Grouch

  • Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?

    SpongeBob SquarePants

  • What movie is Princess Fiona from?
  • Which animal is the tallest in the world?

    Giraffe

  • What is the opposite of ‘cheap’?

    Expensive

  • Which country is home to the kangaroo?

    Australia

  • Who was the first American president?
  • What do you have to stick on an envelope?

    A stamp

  • In which capital city of Europe would you find the Eiffel Tower?

    Paris

  • Who is the patron saint of Ireland?

    St. Patrick

  • How many colors are in a rainbow?

    Seven

  • What is the largest mammal in the world?

    A whale

  • Why do things fall when you drop them?

    Because of gravity

  • Which planet in our Solar System is known for having a ring?

    Saturn

  • “Stars and Stripes” is the nickname of the flag of which country?

    United States of America

  • Which superhero can climb up walls and buildings?

    Spiderman

  • How many sides does a triangle have?

    Three

  • Name Batman’s crime-fighting partner?

    Robin

  • What color are Smurfs?

    Blue

  • What is the name of Harry Potter’s pet owl?

    Hedwig

  • On the farm, what is a kid?

    A baby goat

  • In the nursery rhyme, who sat on a wall before having a great fall?

    Humpty Dumpty

  • Who built the pyramids?

    The Egyptians

  • Who wrote Hamlet?

    William Shakespeare

  • What kind of animal was Abu in Aladdin?

    A monkey

  • Which is the fastest land animal?

    The cheetah

  • What is a group of lions called?

    A pride

  • What is a brontosaurus?

    A dinosaur

  • What is the name of the pirate in Peter Pan?

    Captain Hook

  • How many days are in a year?

    365

  • What kind of cat is considered bad luck?

    Black cats

  • When do leaves die?

    In the fall

  • What do bees make?

    Honey

  • What is a doe?

    A female deer

  • Where is the Great Pyramid of Giza?

    Egypt

  • How many pairs of wings do bees have?

    Two

  • On which holiday do you go trick-or-treating?

    Halloween

  • What do you use to write on a blackboard?

    Chalk

  • What is the color of a school bus?

    Yellow

  • What do caterpillars turn into?

    Butterflies

  • Which state is famous for Hollywood?

    California

  • According to the Dr. Seuss book, who stole Christmas?

    The Grinch

  • Where does Santa Claus live?

    The North Pole

  • Who is Mickey Mouse’s girlfriend?

    Minnie Mouse

  • Which Disney movie is Elsa in?

    Frozen

  • What’s the response to “see you later, alligator?”

    “In a while, crocodile.”

  • What fruit do kids traditionally give to teachers?

    An apple

  • Which ocean is off the California coast?

    The Pacific

  • How many planets are in our solar system?

    9

  • Where does the President of the United States live while in office?

    The White House

  • In the nursery rhyme, Jack and Jill, what do Jack and Jill go up the hill to fetch?

    A pail of water

  • What colors are the stars on the American flag?

    White

  • If you freeze water, what do you get?

    Ice

  • What is the name of the fairy in Peter Pan?

    Tinkerbell

  • Whose nose grew longer every time he lied?

    Pinocchio

  • What’s the name of a place you go to see lots of animals?

    The zoo

  • What is something you hit with a hammer?

    A nail

  • What is the color of an emerald?

    Green

  • What is the name of the toy cowboy in Toy Story?

    Woody

  • How many legs does a spider have?

    8



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