Kids Trivia Questions #28Free Trivia Questions - Printable Trivia
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What would you do with "Brie"?
a. Use it
b. Wear it
c. Play it
d. Eat it
Eat it - Brie is a kind of cheese, which comes from France.
Chicken Soup, Charleston and Tango are all kinds of what?
d. Card games
Dances - The Charleston was popular in the 1920s.
What kind of creature was the teacher in the movie "Finding Nemo"?
a. An octopus
b. A seahorse
c. A turtle
d. A Ray
A Ray - Nemo is a clownfish.
London is the capital of which country?
b. The Congo
England - Berlin is the capital of Germany.
Which of these is not a primary color?
Green - Green and orange are secondary colors.
Which of these would you not find on a standard North American computer keyboard?
Repeat - You would also find a ctrl and a back key.
How do grapes grow?
a. On a vine
b. On a stalk
c. In a pod
On a vine - Grapevines are commonly made into wreaths.
Which sport uses the terms axel, toe pick and twizzle?
a. Figure skating
Figure skating - You might also hear the words pairs and singles.
What is the highest number on a standard dartboard?
20 - The inner bull's-eye is worth fifty points.
Which of these creatures has a pouch?
Seahorse - The male seahorse cares for the babies.
How many seasons are there in a year?
4 - The seasons are spring, summer, autumn and winter.
Which of these holidays occurs during winter?
b. Labor Day
c. Fourth of July
Christmas - Halloween occurs in the fall.
What is a tulip?
a. A kind of dance
b. A kind of hat
c. A kind of flower
d. A kind of pasta
A kind of flower - Tulips usually appear in the spring.
According to the nursery rhyme, who climbed the hill with Jack?
Jill - The rhyme states that they were going up the hill for water.
How many days are there in the month of May?
31 - There are seven months that are 31 days long.
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