Kids Trivia Questions XXIIFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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What is the smallest planet in our solar system?
Mercury - It takes 88 days for Mercury to orbit the sun.
In which story would you find the characters Kaa, Mowgli and
a. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
b. Harry Potter
c. The Jungle Book
d. Peter Pan
The Jungle Book - Published in 1894, The Jungle Book was written by Rudyard Kipling.
Who is credited with discovering gravity?
a. Leonardo da Vinci
b. Thomas Edison
c. Benjamin Franklin
d. Isaac Newton
Isaac Newton - Isaac Newton was born in 1642.
What is used to measure atmospheric pressure?
Barometer - Evangelista Torricelli is credited with creating the first barometer.
Which of these creatures shed its skin?
Snakes - This is also known as molting.
What is the world's fastest bird?
c. Road runner
d. Peregrine falcon
Peregrine falcon - The falcon can reach speeds over 200 miles an hour.
Which is the largest state in the United States?
Alaska - The capital of Alaska is Juneau.
King Tut (Tutankhamen) was born in which country?
Egypt - Tut was an Egyptian Pharaoh.
What is Krakatau?
a. A river
b. A state
c. A desert
d. A volcanic island
A volcanic island - Krakatau is located in the Sunda Strait.
On which continent would you find a Tasmanian Devil?
a. South America
c. North America
Australia - This animal is a carnivorous marsupial.
Which of these terms applies to the whale?
Mammal - Whales breathe air.
In what month is Valentine's Day?
February - This holiday is on the 14 of February.
How many hours are in a day?
24 - There are sixty minutes in every hour.
What is the name of the fluid found in a thermometer?
Mercury - Mercury is liquid at room temperature.
Which of these animals lays eggs?
c. Blue whales
Turtles - Turtles are reptiles.
Madrid is the Capital of which country?
Spain - Spain is located in Europe.
Who wrote the story "The Trumpeter Swan"?
a. E. B. White
b. Charles Dickens
c. A. A. Milne
d. Beatrice Potter
E. B. White - White also wrote Stuart Little.
Which planet is often called the "Red Planet"?
Mars - Mars is named after the god of war?
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