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400 Trivia Questions and Answers for Kids – A Complete Fun Game

400 Trivia Questions and Answers for Kids – A Complete Fun Game

Updated on Nov 07, 2023

Reviewed by Katina Tarver, MA (Mental Health and Wellness Counseling) , Life & Relationship Coach

400 Trivia Questions and Answers for Kids – A Complete Fun Game

A round of trivia questions for kids will be an absolute delight for small children to keep them busy and engaged during a holiday, or for a game night at home or elsewhere.

The questions are a perfect blend of a variety of topics that will enhance the general knowledge and awareness of small children. 

It’s also a fun way to teach them about a variety of unknown facts that can improve their memory and sharpen their intellect. Truly speaking, trivia is not just a game but an ideal way to bust boredom and connect with friends and family anytime, anywhere.

If you wish to keep your little minds and busybodies engaged in a productive way, plan for a brainstorming quiz session that they will participate with joy and eagerness.

In this article, we bring you easy and hard questions on a variety of themes that will interest your child in no time. A list of trivia questions is the right choice to entertain others on a party night.

They will be better engaged and can boost their memory and intelligence as well.

Let’s get into a trivia time now and allow the kids to ponder on known and unknown facts.

400 Trivia Questions and Answers for Kids – A Complete Fun Game
400 Trivia Questions and Answers for Kids – A Complete Fun Game

What are trivia questions for kids?

Trivia questions are conversation games or a quiz program that is simple, without many rules and tests the awareness of kids on diverse subjects and content.

These games are usually played in a group or individually. These questions are general knowledge queries that are easy, hard, and interesting at the same time.

The questions are based on a wide variety of topics that children would love to know. It tests the general awareness of school-going children. Trivia questions are fun-loving and can be played whenever you want your kids to remain engaged in something fruitful and worthy.

Kids also love these quiz games as they get to know a lot of new information and it gives them the authority to understand their individual skills and know-how.

Fun trivia questions for kids

  1. Name the planets of the solar system?

Answer: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune

  1. What are the colors of a rainbow?

Answer: VIBGYOR (Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Red)

  1. What is the color of an Emerald stone?

Answer: Green

  1. Which is the largest star?

Answer: Sun

  1. The mixture of red and yellow color makes which color?

Answer: Orange

  1. Name the 0 o latitude which runs through the center of the Earth?

Answer: Equator

  1. Which is the biggest ocean on the Earth?

Answer: Pacific Ocean

  1. Name the longest river in the World?

Answer: Nile

  1. What is a young sheep called?

Answer: Lamb

  1. A Labrador is a type of what?

Answer: A dog breed

  1. Can you name a bird which cannot fly?

Answer: Ostrich

  1. Which type of animals only eat plants?

Answer: Herbivores

  1. Name the largest mammal of the world?

Answer: Blue Whale

  1. What do bees make?

Answer: Honey

  1. For how many hours a day does a koala sleep?

Answer: 18 – 22 hours

  1. Name the bird which represents freedom?

Answer: The Bald Eagle

  1. Can you name the cowboy in Toy Story?

Answer: Sheriff Woody

  1. To write on a blackboard, what do we use?

Answer: Chalk

  1. In the movie Finding Nemo, which type of fish was Nemo?

Answer: A clownfish

  1. When do leaves die?

Answer: In the fall

  1. What is a group of elephants called?

Answer: A parade of elephants

  1. Name the longest living land animal?

Answer: Aldabra giant tortoise

  1. The pyramids were built by?

Answer: Egyptians

  1. What was the name of Aladdin’s monkey from the movie ‘Aladdin’?

Answer: Abu

Easy trivia questions for kids

  1. How many planets are there in the solar system?

Answer: 8 planets

  1. A thermometer measures what?

Answer: temperature

  1. Name the country in which the Eiffel tower is situated?

Answer: France

  1. Which was the first song featured in the movie ‘The Lion King‘?

Answer: ‘The Circle of Life’ was the first song featured in the movie.

  1. Name the largest planet in the solar system?

Answer: Jupiter

  1. What is the capital of the USA?

Answer: Washington D.C

  1. What is the color of Topaz stone?

Answer: Yellow

  1. What do you get if you freeze water?

Answer: Ice

  1. Can you name the Disney movie in which Elsa is there?

Answer: Frozen

  1. What color are school buses?

Answer: Yellow color

  1. What type of animal is Brontosaurus?

Answer: A dinosaur

  1. Caterpillars turn into what?

Answer: Butterflies

  1. Who comes on a Christmas night to give gifts?

Answer: Santa Claus

  1. Name the baby of a cow?

Answer: calf

  1. How many sides does an Octagon have?

Answer: 8 sides

  1. Who is the author of the children’s comic series “The adventures of TINTIN”?

Answer: Georges Remi

  1. What makes the things fall down when you throw them upwards?

Answer: gravitational force

  1. Name the first President of the United States of America?

Answer: George Washington

  1. Which animal is the native of Australia?

Answer: Kangaroo

  1. Which animal is the native of South Africa?

Answer: Springbok

  1. Name the group of wolves?

Answer: A pack

  1. Which mammal can fly?

Answer: bat

  1. What is a female donkey known as?

Answer: jenny

  1. Name the protein that makes up the horn of the rhinoceros?

Answer: keratin

  1. What is the main food of a koala bear?

Answer: eucalyptus leaves

  1. Can you name the youngest Disney princess?

Answer: Snow White

Animal trivia questions for kids

  1. An octopus has how many hearts?

Answer: 3 hearts

  1. What is a young cat called?

Answer: A Kitten

  1. Name an animal which never sleeps?

Answer: A bullfrog

  1. Name the tallest animal in the world?

Answer: A giraffe 

  1. For how many years can a snail sleep?

Answer: 3 years

  1. Which is the smallest mammal in the world?

Answer: Kitti’s hog-nosed bat

  1. Name the smallest reptile in the world?

Answer: A leaf chameleon

  1. Name the only bird which eats bones?

Answer: A bearded vulture

  1. A lobster has how many legs?

Answer: Ten legs

  1. Which is the largest living bird which has the largest wingspan?

Answer: Wandering Albatross

  1. How many stomachs does a goat have?

Answer: 4 stomach compartments

  1. Can you name the animal which is known as ‘A man’s best friend’?

Answer: A dog

  1. Do you know which is the fastest bird?

Answer: Falcon

  1. Name the insect which can lift heavy weights?

Answer: Ant

  1. What is a young dog called?

Answer: Puppy

  1. Name a nocturnal insect?

Answer: Cockroach 

  1. With which body-part do snakes smell?

Answer: With their tongues

  1. Do you know how many brains an octopus has?

Answer: Nine brains

  1. How much milk can a cow produce in its lifetime?

Answer: 200,000 glasses of milk

  1. Name the national bird of New Zealand?

Answer: Kiwi

  1. Which animal can turn its head 270 degrees?

Answer: An owl

  1. Do you know what a female elephant is called?

Answer: Cow

  1. To which country lemurs belong to?

Answer: Madagascar

  1. Name the animal which cannot look up?

Answer: Pigs

  1. Name the animal which has the strongest bite?

Answer: Hippopotamus

Bible trivia questions for kids

  1. Which is the most popular book ever written?

Answer: The Bible

  1. Name the first book of the Bible?

Answer: Genesis

  1. Name the last book of the Bible?

Answer: Revelation

  1. How many books are there in the Bible?

Answer: 66 books

  1. How many books are there in the Old Testament?

Answer: 39 books

  1. How many books are there in the New Testament?

Answer: 27 books

  1. Which is the longest book in the Bible?

Answer: Psalms

  1. Which is the shortest book in the Bible?

Answer: 3 John

  1. Who was the first woman in the world?

Answer: Eve

  1. God took how many days to create the world?

Answer: 6 day

  1. Which day did God create man?

Answer: 6th day

  1. Which author wrote the most books of the Bible?

Answer: Paul. He wrote 13 books

  1. Which author wrote the most words in the Bible?

Answer: Moses wrote 1,25,139 words in the Bible

  1. In which language was the Old Testament written?

Answer: Hebrew

  1. In which language was the New Testament written?

Answer: Greek

  1. To whom did god tell to build an ark?

Answer: Noah

  1. Which two birds did Noah send from the ark?

Answer: Dove and raven

  1. Name Noah’s three sons?

Answer: Shem, Ham, and Japheth

  1. To whom did god call out from Ur to move to Canaan?

Answer: Abram

  1. Name Abram’s wife?

Answer: Sarai

  1. Which 4 books tell about Jesus’s life on Earth?

Answer: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John

  1. Which is the last book of the Old Testament?

Answer: Malachi

  1. Lord Jesus fasted for how many days and nights?

Answer: 40

  1. Name one book in the Bible which contains only one chapter?

Answer: Jude

Christmas trivia questions for kids

  1. In which country did the traditional Christmas tree originate?

Answer: Germany

  1. What is the reason to celebrate Christmas?

Answer: The birth of Jesus Christ

  1. What are the two other most popular names given to Santa Claus?

Answer: Saint Nick and Kris Kringle

  1. Name the traditional thing put on top of a Christmas tree?

Answer: An angel

  1. Name the birthplace of Jesus Christ?

Answer: Bethlehem, Palestine

  1. From which country did eggnog come from?

Answer: England

  1. Which tree is commonly used as a Christmas tree?

Answer: Fir tree

  1. On which real life personality is the character of Santa Claus created?

Answer: St. Nicolas, a Christian Bishop

  1. Name the inventor of electric Christmas lights?

Answer: Thomas Edison

  1. Name the popular Christmas carol that was originally written for Thanksgiving?

Answer: Jingle bells

  1. Who wrote the song ‘Joy to the world, The Lord has come’?

Answer: Isaac Watts

  1. Name the person who wrote the song ‘Jingle bells’?

Answer: James Pierpoint

  1. What are the traditional Christmas colors?

Answer: Red, pine green, and white

  1. Which is the traditional Christmas cake?

Answer: Plum fruit cake

  1. Name the man shaped Christmas cookie used popularly all over the world?

Answer: Gingerbread man

  1. What food is traditionally given to Santa Claus on the day of Christmas Eve?

Answer: cookies and milk

  1. What is the symbolic meaning of a Christmas wreath?

Answer: the thorny crucifixion crown of Jesus Christ

  1. Can you name the Christmas reindeer?

Answer: Rudolf, the rednosed reindeer

  1. Do you know that a log is burnt on Christmas Eve for good luck and peace? Can you name it?

Answer: A Yule log

  1. Who pulls Santa’s Sleigh?

Answer: The reindeer

  1. Where does Santa Claus live?

Answer; North Pole

  1. What day was originally celebrated on 24th December?

Answer: Adam and Eve day

  1. Name the popular bird eaten for Christmas feasts?

Answer: Turley and Goose

  1. Name Santa’s little helpers?

Answer: elves

  1. What was the profession of Jesus’s father Joseph?

Answer: Carpenter

  1. Name the bird that is commonly seen on a Christmas card?

Answer: Robin

Hard trivia questions for kids

  1. Name the largest Portuguese speaking nation of the world?

Answer: Brazil

  1. Can you say the previous name of the Amazon website?


  1. Which group of parrots cannot fly?

Answer: kakapo

  1. Name the heaviest non-metal in the world/

Answer: iodine

  1. Which is the heaviest flying bird on Earth?

Answer; The great bustard

  1. Name the only wingless bird ever existed on this planet?

Answer: Moa (an extinct bird)

  1. Which bird does not have legs?

Answer: swifts

  1. Who is the youngest recipient of the Nobel Prize?

Answer: Malala Yousafzai

  1. How many Olympic medals did Michael Phelps win?

Answer: 28 medals

  1. Name the ground where golf is played?

Answer: A golf course

  1. How many grand slam titles are there in the game of lawn tennis?

Answer: 4

  1. Which is the fastest moving planet that takes only 10 hours for a single rotation?

Answer: Jupiter

  1. Name the first animal to be cloned? 

Answer: sheep

  1. What is the oldest known musical instrument that is quite popular even today?

Answer: flute

  1. How many species of otter are found in this world?

Answer: 13 species

  1. Do you know the middle name of Harry Potter?

Answer: James

  1. How much time does food take to get digested completely in the body?

Answer: 53 hours

  1. What is the other name for windpipe?

Answer: Trachea

  1. How many feet make a yard?

Answer: 3 feet

  1. What is that fraction called that has a whole number and a part number?

Answer: mixed fraction

  1. Name the holes on the moon’s surface?

Answer: crater

  1. Where do lions live?

Answer: den

  1. Who is the author of ‘Peter Pan’?

Answer: James Mathew Barrie

  1. Name two books of the Bible?

Answer: Genesis and Exodus

  1. Which was the first Harry Potter book?

Answer: Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone

Random trivia questions for kids

  1. How many of Joseph’s brothers were referred to in Genesis?

Answer: 11 brothers

  1. In which English nursery rhyme an egg sits on the wall?

Answer: Humpty Dumpty

  1. For what 31st may is a holiday in the U.S?

Answer: Memorial Day

  1. Name the dog born with spots?

Answer: Dalmatians

  1. How many men did Jesus Christ feed with 5 loaves of bread?

Answer: 5000 men

  1. Which is the most common garden insect?

Answer: honey bees

  1. Can you name the fruit that is always found in twos?

Answer: pear

  1. Which yellow fruit is rich in potassium?

Answer: banana

  1. What is the color of grass?

Answer: green

  1. How many grams make one kilogram?

Answer: 1000 grams

  1. Name a sea creature with 8 legs?

Answer: Octopus

  1. What is the opposite of dark?

Answer: Light

  1. Do you know the synonym of fast?

Answer: Quick

  1. How many centimeters make up a meter?

Answer: 100 centimeters

  1. What do you do when you feel tired?

Answer: Yawn

  1. Where do you see different animals together?

Answer: zoo

  1. In the 1984 Olympic Games, how many gold medals did Carl Lewis win?

Answer: 4

  1. What is Allan Donald from South Africa popularly known as?

Answer: White lightning

  1. Name the Indian cricket legend who scored two centuries in a world cup?

Answer: Rahul Dravid

  1. To which country does Ben Johnson belong to?

Answer: Canada

  1. Name the birthplace of golf?

Answer: Scotland

  1. What gives the leaves its green color?

Answer: Chlorophyll

  1. Name the country where Gautama Buddha was born?

Answer: Nepal

  1. To which country did Pablo Picasso belong to?

Answer: Spain

  1. What do a Rhino eat?

Answer: Trees and bushes

Good trivia questions for kids

  1. How many lungs do human beings have?

Answer: 2

  1. What is a baby kangaroo called?

Answer: Joey

  1. In a famous English rhyme, which bridge is falling down?

Answer: London Bridge

  1. Which insect scared Little Miss Moffat?

Answer: spider

  1. What is the full form of GMT?

Answer: Greenwich Mean Time

  1. How many overs are played in a one day international match of cricket?

Answer: 50 overs by each side

  1. What is the use of thesaurus?

Answer: To find synonyms

  1. What is the antonym of cheap?

Answer: Expensive

  1. What is a group of singers called?

Answer: Choir of singers

  1. Which superhero is known as ‘Dark Knight’?

Answer: Batman

  1. Name the sport which is played at Wimbledon?

Answer: Tennis

  1. With which organ do mammals and reptiles breathe with?

Answer: Lungs

  1. Which type of animal is a Salamander?

Answer: Amphibian

  1. Name 1 invertebrate?

Answer: centipedes

  1. Name 1 metal which attracts magnets?

Answer: Iron

  1. How long does Earth take to complete 1 revolution around the sun?

Answer: 1 year (365 days)

  1. What do you call a group of fish?

Answer: School of fish

  1. Name the hole in your tooth?

Answer: Cavity

  1. Which mineral helps to strengthen bones?

Answer: Calcium

  1. Name a dwarf planet?

Answer: Pluto

  1. Where can cactuses adapt themselves?

Answer: In a very hot climate

  1. Which word rhymes with ‘Food’?

Answer: Wood

  1. What do we call a group of birds?

Answer: Flock of birds

  1. What is the antonym of ‘happy’?

Answer: Unhappy

  1. Which book do you use for finding word meanings?

Answer: A dictionary

Sports trivia questions for kids

  1. Michael Jordan was a player of which sport?

Answer: Basketball

  1. Do you know which color the original basketball was?

Answer: Brown

  1. In which year did football players start wearing helmets?

Answer: 1943

  1. What is the stipulated minimum time for a soccer game?

Answer: 90 minutes

  1. The term ‘Soccer’ originated from which country?

Answer: England

  1. In the winter Olympics, how many sports are played?

Answer: 15 sports

  1. In basketball, how is a goal scored?

Answer: When a team shoots the ball into the basket.

  1. When was the National Baseball Hall of Fame created?

Answer: 1935

  1. In a baseball field, how many bases are there?

Answer: 4 bases

  1. Which shape is a football?

Answer: Oval

  1. In which sport can you score a ‘birdy’?

Answer: Golf

  1. What is the full form of the NFL?

Answer: National Football League

  1. Number of clubs golfers can have in their bags?

Answer: 14

  1. Name the circle board that darts are thrown at?

Answer: Target

  1. Which type of sport can be played in sand?

Answer: Volleyball

  1. How many periods are there in a single game of Ice hockey?

Answer: 3 periods

  1. What is the full form of IOC?

Answer: International Olympic Committee

  1. In which year was volleyball introduced as an official sport in the summer Olympics?

Answer: 1964

  1. Which sport is widely played in Finland and Denmark?

Answer: Ice hockey

  1. Which team won the FIFA World cup most of the time?

Answer: Brazil

  1. What is the national game of Tajikistan?

Answer: Gushtigiri (a type of wrestling)

  1. In which country is rugby played widely?

Answer: Fiji and Madagascar

  1. What is the national sport of Turkey?

Answer: oil wrestling

  1. For which country Lionel Messi plays for?

Answer: Argentina

  1. With which sport is Andy Murray associated?

Answer: Tennis

  1. Name the football team who are also known as gunners?

Answers: arsenal

  1. In a game of snooker, what color balls are considered a score of one point/

Answer: red balls

Halloween trivia questions for kids

  1. Name the country where the concept of Halloween originated?

Answer: Ireland

  1. Name Dracula’s sidekick?

Answer: Renfield

  1. What was the real name of Dracula?

Answer: Vlad

  1. Do you know the name of the first actor who played the role of Wolfman?

Answer: Lon Chaney

  1. What is the fear of Halloween known as?

Answer: Samhainophobia

  1. From which vegetable Jack O Lanterns originally made?

Answer: Turnip

  1. From which region do pumpkins originate?

Answer: Central America

  1. Who is the author of the novel ‘Frankenstein’?

Answer: Mary Shelly

  1. What happens if you see a spider on a Halloween day?

Answer: the spirit of a loved one came to meet you

  1. Which nation celebrates the day of the dead on the midnight of 31st October?

Answer: Mexico

  1. What is the uncommon color of a pumpkin?

Answer: blue

  1. What is the name of the night given before Halloween night by the native people of New England?

Answer: Cabbage night

  1. Which famous personality died on October 31st, 1926?

Answer: Magician Harry Houdini1

  1. Which country is famous for a variety of Halloween costumes?

Answer: Scotland

  1. What is common between vampires and bats?

Answer: They drink blood and come out only at night.

  1. Which color cat symbolizes Halloween?

Answer: black

  1. What is the real meaning of the term ‘hallow’?

Answer: A saint or pious person

  1. Name the bone in the human body that is symbolic of Halloween?

Answer: cranium or the skull bone

  1. On which date is Halloween day celebrated?

Answer: 31st October

  1. What do the witches ride on to move around in the town and cities and scare people?

Answer: broomstick

  1. Name the creatures that vampires can easily turn into?

Answer: Bat and wolf

  1. In which country would you find mummies?

Answer: Egypt (Inside the pyramids)

  1. Why are owls associated with Halloween?

Answer: Owls are considered witches in medieval Europe.

Science trivia questions for kids

  1. Name the gas that helps all living beings to breathe?

Answer: oxygen

  1. Which planet is known as the red planet?

Answers: Mars

  1. From where do bees collect nectar for making honey?

Answer: flower

  1. Name the rarest blood group?

Answer: AB negative

  1. Which planet in the solar system is the hottest?

Answer: Mercury

  1. What are the three states of matter?

Answer: solid, liquid, and gas

  1. Name the scientist who gave the three laws of motion?

Answer: Sir Isaac Newton

  1. For how long can a human red blood cell survive?

Answer: 120 days

  1. Can you name the country where the Suez Canal is found?

Answer: Egypt

  1. Which is the tallest grass?

Answer: bamboo

  1. From which plant do we get refined sugar?

Answer: sugarcane

  1. Name the highest mountain range in Africa?

Answer: Mt. Kilimanjaro

  1. Who invented the telephone?

Answer: Alexander Graham Bell

  1. Name the hardest material found on the earth?

Answer: Diamonds

  1. Which part of the brain is responsible for hearing and speech/

Answer: temporal lobe

  1. Name an insectivorous plant?

Answer: Venus flytrap

  1. Which part of the plant helps in reproduction?

Answer: flower

  1. Where do you get the most active volcanoes in the world?

Answer: Hawaii

  1. Which part of the body gets affected by Bright’s disease?

Answer: kidney

  1. Which vitamin do we get from the sun?

Answer: vitamin D

  1. Name the only type of canine animal that can climb trees?

Answer: gray fox

  1. What quality of an object allows it to float on water?

Answer: buoyancy

  1. Name the two main components of bronze?

Answer: copper and tin

Food trivia questions for kids

  1. Why are oranges and carrots the same color?

Answer: beta carotene

  1. Name the fruit rich in protein?

Answer: Guava

  1. Name the fruit rich in vitamin C?

Answer: Sweet lime

  1. Which fruit has the highest amount of water contained in it?

Answer: watermelon

  1. Which protein is found in milk?

Answer: Casein

  1. Which part of the plant is the radish?

Answer: roots

  1. Which fruit is known as the king of fruits?

Answer: Mango

  1. What nutrients are found in pulses?

Answer: protein

  1. What is an eggshell made up of?

Answer: calcium carbonate

  1. In which country is pasta originated?

Answer: Italy

  1. Which country are French fries from?

Answer: Belgium

  1. Name a popular Japanese dish?

Answer: Sushi

  1. Name the acid present in curd?

Answer: lactic acid

  1. Name a fruit with a hard exterior?

Answer: coconut

  1. Which country is the largest producer of mangoes in the world?

Answer: India

  1. What are dried plums known as?

Answer: prunes

  1. Which country did Burritos originate?

Answer: Mexico

  1. Which is the world’s largest ice cream manufacturing company?

Answer: Baskin Robbins

  1. What is another name for tomato?

Answer: love apple

  1. Name the country that produces olives in large quantities and exports it in the global market?

Answer: Spain

  1. Brownies are native to which country?

Answer: United States

  1. Name the traditional biscuit of Scotland?

Answer: shortbread

  1. Can you name the popular soup flavor in the UK?

Answer: tomato soup

History trivia questions for kids

  1. Name the country which first used paper money?

Answer: China

  1. Name the country in which the ancient pyramids were located?

Answer: Egypt

  1. Which Portuguese sailor founded the sea route to India?

Answer: Vasco Da Gama

  1. In which year did the American Civil War end?

Answer: 1865

  1. Which was the most deadly battle in American history?

Answer: The Battle of Antietam

  1. Name the inventor of baseball?

Answer: Abner Doubleday

  1. Who is known as the father of history?

Answer: Herodotus

  1. Who is the inventor of the first car?

Answer: Karl Benz

  1. How long did it take to build the Taj Mahal

Answer: Approximately 22 years

  1. Name the 4 great inventions of China?

Answer: Papermaking, gunpowder, compass, and printing

  1. The Great Fire of London had begun in which place?

Answer: In King’s bakery near London Bridge.

  1. Which color did the ‘North’ wear?

Answer: Navy Blue

  1. Who made the first trip around the world by a voyage?

Answer: Ferdinand Magellan

  1. The Nobel Peace prize is named after whom?

Answer: Alfred Nobel

  1. Name the painter of the ceiling of Sistine Chapel?

Answer: Michelangelo

  1. The Bay of Pigs is located in which country?


  1. Name the shortest serving US president?

Answer: William Henry Harrison

  1. Can you name the USA’s oldest founded city?

Answer: Florida

  1. Who designed the first American Flag?

Answer: Betsy Ross

  1. Who was the first American President who was assassinated and died being in office?

Answer: Abraham Lincoln

  1. In which year same gender marriage was approved and legalized by the Supreme Court of the United States?

Answer: 2015

  1. Do you know the official name of London’s Big Ben?

Answer: The clock tower

  1. In which year was John F. Kennedy assassinated?

Answer: 1963

  1. Who served as a leader in the German army during WW1?

Answer: Adolf Hitler

Family trivia questions for kids

  1. Name the woman seen in the statue of liberty?

Answer: Libertas, the Roman goddess of freedom

  1. How many years make a century?

Answer: 100 years

  1. How many Harry Potter books are there?

Answer: 7

  1. Name the white and furry Antarctic mammal?

Answer: Polar bear

  1. What sound does an angry tiger make?

Answer: roar

  1. Can you name the animal that does not drink water?

Answer: kangaroo rats

  1. What points do you score for a touchdown in football?

Answer: 6

  1. In which US state is Mount Rushmore situated?

Answer: south Dakota

  1. In which US state is The Golden Gate Bridge situated?

Answer: California

  1. Name the five great lakes?

Answer: Superior, Huron, Michigan, Ontario, and Erie

  1. Do you know the name of the imaginary line that connects the North and south poles?

Answer: Prime meridian

  1. What type of clouds bring heavy rain?

Answer: Cumulus clouds

  1. In which fruit does a SpongeBob live in?

Answer: Pineapple

  1. Which is the largest variety of cactuses found on Earth?

Answer: saguaro cactus, normally reaches a height of 40 feet

  1. Name the smallest cactus in the world?

Answer: Blossfeldia liliputana

  1. What is the webbed foot of ducks and geese known as?

Answer: palmate

  1. What is the favorite food of Winnie the Pooh?

Answer: honey

  1. What is the female horse known as?

Answer: mare

  1. Who is the author of the fairytale ‘The Little Mermaid”?

Answer: By Danish author Hans Christian Anderson

  1. Who is the author of “The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe”?

Answer: Daniel Defoe

  1. Name the first cartoon character that could talk?

Answer: mickey mouse

  1. Can you say how many weeks make a year?

Answer: 52

  1. Where is the world’s largest tree situated?

Answer: Sequoia National park in California

  1. Do you know the name of the strongest bird?

Answer: Eagle

  1. Where is the Sea of Galilee situated?

Answer: Israel

Road trip trivia questions for kids

  1. Name the friendliest city in the world?

Answer: Vancouver, Canada

  1. Do you know the birthplace of bungee jumping?

Answer: Auckland

  1. What is the capital city of Malaysia known as?

Answer: Kuala Lumpur

  1. Name the world’s common ice cream flavor?

Answer: Vanilla

  1. What does a burning bush symbolize?

Answer: God’s sacred light, illumination, and purity, love, charity of the Jews and Christians.

  1. When was the first printable Bible published?

Answer: Between 1454 to 1455 (Gutenberg Bible)

  1. Which book is the collection of sayings and teachings of Jesus Christ?

Answer: Sermon on the Mount

  1. Name the place where the Garden of Eden is located today?

Answer: Mesopotamia

  1. What is Scooby Doo’s real name?

Answer: Scoobert Doo

  1. Can you name the only visible living structure to be seen from space?

Answer: The Great Barrier Reef

  1. Name the city with more cars than people?

Answer: San Marino, Italy

  1. Which category of animals does a sloth belong to?

Answer: arboreal animals

  1. In which city and state is the world’s longest boardwalk situated?

Answer: In Atlantic City, New Jersey

  1. Name the US city with the highest Polish population in the world?

Answer: Chicago

  1. Can you name the popular grain used to construct The Great Wall of China?

Answer: Rice

  1. Do you know any bicycle friendly cities in the world?

Answer: Copenhagen

  1. Where will you find the Baseball hall of fame?

Answer: Cooperstown, New York

  1. Do you know the state having the longest coastline?

Answer: Alaska

  1. Can you name the busiest cruise port in the world?

Answer: Miami

  1. Name the largest art museum in the world?

Answer: Louvre museum, Paris

  1. Where will you find the largest living lizard and what is it known as?

Answer: Komodo dragon found in Indonesia

  1. Name the tunnel that connects England and France?

Answer: The Channel tunnel

  1. What is the name of the largest freshwater lake in South America?

Answer: Lake Titicaca

  1. Name the largest island of the Mediterranean Sea?

Answer: Sicily

  1. What nickname is given to The Himalayan Mountains?

Answer: Snow abode

Silly trivia questions for kids

  1. What is the name of the car in the cartoon series ‘Scooby Doo’?

Answer: The mystery machine

  1. What is the collection of frogs known as?

Answer: An army of frogs

  1. Is it possible to lick your elbow?

Answer: You can try

  1. Which US city is famous for Casinos?

Answer: Las Vegas

  1. What is the code of James Bond?

Answer: 007

  1. Where does sound travel the fastest?

Answer: water

  1. What type of animals are Hammerheads?

Answer: shark

  1. Who was the first person to walk on the moon?

Answer: Neil Armstrong

  1. What is the color of an aircraft black box?

Answer: orange

  1. What species of animal is the jackrabbit?

Answer: hare

  1. What is a Bombay duck?

Answer: A kind of fish

  1. What species of animal is a prairie dog?

Answer: rodents

  1. Which animal is responsible for the naming of the famous Canary Islands?

Answer: Dogs

  1. Name the largest producer of cranberries in the world?

Answer: In the state of Wisconsin, USA

  1. What is the color of the jam made out of blueberries?

Answer: purple

  1. Name the royal palace where you would find the hall of mirrors?

Answer: Palace of Versailles

  1. In which city suburb is Beverly Hills situated?

Answer: Los Angeles

  1. Can you name the largest lake in Africa?

Answer: Lake Victoria

  1. Name the capital of Cyprus?

Answer: Nicosia

  1. Name the national emblem of Canada?

Answer: the maple leaf

Multiple choice trivia questions for kids

  1. Which of these is the national language of Canada?
  • Dutch
  • English
  • Spanish
  • Italian

                       Answer: English

  1. Name the national tree of Bangladesh?
  • Oak tree
  • Banyan tree
  • Aam gaanch (Mango tree)
  • Fig tree

                        Answer: Aam gaanch (Mango tree)

  1. Which is the world’s smallest island country?
  • Monaco 
  • Nauru 
  • Vatican city
  • Caribbean Islands 

                       Answer: Nauru

  1. Which country is the biggest producer of coffee in the world?
  • USA
  • Spain
  • Brazil
  • Portugal

                      Answer: Brazil

  1. Name the largest state of the USA?
  • California
  • Alaska
  • Florida 
  • Texas

                     Answer: Alaska

  1.  What is the weight of a blue whale?
  • 100 to 200 tons
  • 50 to 100 tons
  • 250-400 tons
  • Above 500 tons

                    Answer: 100 to 200 tons

  1. Name an animal that can live for 400 years?

                    Answer: ocean quahog

  1. What are male elephants known as?
  • Cow
  • Doe
  • Calf
  • Bulls

                   Answer: Bulls

  1. The chemical symbol of iron is
  • Fe
  • Zn
  • Cu
  • Cr

                   Answer: Fe

  1. Name the tallest building in New York City?
  • Bank of America tower
  • Empire state building
  • Central park tower
  • One world trade center

                     Answer: Central park tower

Parting words from ‘The Pleasant Conversation’

Kids are explorers by nature. They love to talk about and get involved with random stuff here and there. If you really want to plan a family get-together somewhere outside, keep your set of trivia questions ready.

It will be a guaranteed hit for sure. Whenever it comes to games and competitions, children will put their maximum effort into it, just to win and make themselves feel proud about their achievements.

Moreover, these questions are based on general knowledge of a variety of subjects. So you may be assured that they will gain more knowledge as they will be super excited to learn new things that were unknown to them.

So, what are you waiting for? Help your child hone his/her general knowledge by curating some unique and interesting trivia games based on nature, science, literature, movies, animals, and even world facts.

Always plan something really fun-loving for your little ones and see how they enjoy their time with family and friends.

Over to you…..

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