Trivia For Kids : 100 fun Questions

Recently updated on October 30th, 2023 at 12:00 pm

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Trivia for kids can be a great bonding session during family gatherings and can even be used for ice breaking events at schools.

For a fun trivia for kids session, it is important that the questions are made simple and easy to understand.

The best way to have a fun trivia is by dividing children into different groups. They can be given up to 20 seconds to answer each question.

Have a board to write down their score and also a timer to set time limits for each question.

Trivia questions for kids can also be used for online bonding time, especially now during the lockdown.

The trivia for kids questions below is divided into  6 different categories:

  • Animals
  • Maths
  • Around the world
  • Animals
  • Disney & Cartoon
  • Other trivia questions

Animals Trivia For Kids :

  1. Name at least 2 mammals that can’t jump: Elephant & Rhino
  2. Which bird has the largest wingspan? Albatross
  3. What is the fastest animal on land: Cheetah
  4. How long can Tyrannosaurus Rex live? 20-30 years
  5. What do bees make that taste sweet? Honey
  6. What is the spot color on a ladybug ? Black
  7. How many legs are there on a lobster? 10
  8. What is a group of a giraffe called? Tower
  9. Which animal symbolizes peace? The dove
  10. What is the world’s biggest animal? Elephant
  11. What do you call a female elephant? Cow

Disney Trivia For Kids:

  1. Princess Elsa is from which Disney movie? Frozen
  2. What is the name of Donald’s Duck girl friend? Daisy
  3. What is the name of Simba’s mother in Lion King? Sarabi
  4. What is Mickey Mouse dog name? Pluto
  5. What is the name of the clock in Beauty and The Beast? Cogsworth
  6. What is the name of cup in the beauty and the beast? Chip
  7. What did Aladin fly on? Magic Carpet
  8. Who carves Pinocchio? Gapetto
  9. What was the color of the apple that Snow White ate? Red
  10. Name the Disney princess who has the ability to heal. Rapunzel
  11. How many fairies rose Princess aurora ? 3
  12. Which princess can cook delicious food? Tiana
  13.  What is the name of the snake in “The Jungle Book”? Kaa
  14. What kind of a pet did Princess Jasmine have? Tiger
  15.  Rapunzel falls in love with whom? Lyff
  16. What is longest ever Disney movie? The last Jedi
  17.  What is the name the song from the Disney movie “The Prince of Egypt”? When You Believe

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Space Trivia For Kids  :

  1. What is the biggest planet? Jupiter
  2. Which planet is nearest to earth? Mercury
  3. Which 2 sports use the term ‘Home Run’? Cricket and Baseball
  4. What is the name of the animal that first went to space? Laika, the dog
  5. How many earths can you put in the sun ? 1.3 million
  6. How many planets are in the solar system? 8 (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune)
  7. Who was the second person to walk on the moon? Buzz Aldrin
  8. What is the name of NASA’s most famous space telescope? The Hubble Space Telescope
  9. What is the hottest planet in the solar system? Venus
  10. What is the coldest planet in the solar system? Uranus
  11. Why is Mars known as the red planet? It’s covered in a layer of rusty dust
  12. Which Planet is known as the morning star? Venus
  13. Which Planet in the solar system only has one satellite orbiting it? Earth
  14. When does a solar eclipse occur? When the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, blocking the sun.
  15. What’s the name of the scientist that discovered Jupiter? Galileo Galilei
  16. How many phases does the moon have? Four—New Moon, First Quarter, Full Moon, and Third Quarter
  17. Is the surface of mars cold or warm? Cold
  18. What planet rotates on its side? Uranus
  19. What planet is known for its beautiful rings? Saturn
  20. Name the Galilean moons of Jupiter. Ganymede, Io, Europa, and Calisto
  21. Which planet is known for its Great Red Spot? Jupiter
  22. Can sound travel in space? No
  23. Is there wind in space? Yes. Solar Wind
  24. In how many years will the sun explode? 5 billion years
  25. Which planet is known as the dwarf planet? Pluto
  26. What is the name of our sun? Sol
  27. What cosmic entity causes the movement of the ocean’s tides? The moon
  28. What are comets made of? Ice, gas, dust and rocks
  29. Where is the asteroid belt? Between Mars and Jupiter
  30. What elements is the sun mostly made of? Hydrogen and Helium

Trivia For KidsSports Trivia Question :

  1. Which country originated the Olympics: Greece
  2. How many rings are there in an Olympic ring? 5
  3. Which sports say a hole in one? Golf
  4. How big is the diameter of a basketball ring? 18 inches
  5. Which sport did Sachin Tendulkar play? Cricket
  6. Where were the first Commonwealth sports held? Canada
  7.  Which sport uses the biggest pitch, in terms of area? Polo
  8. Ben Johnson, the well-known athlete, belongs to which country? Canada
  9. Who has been named as the White Lightning in the game of cricket?  Allan Donald
  10. The number 40-40 in a tennis game is called? Deuce

World Trivia For Kids:

  1. Which continent is Indonesia located? Asia
  2. How many continents are there? 7
  3. What is the capital city of France? Paris
  4. In which galaxy is each located? Milky way
  5. Where were the Olympics located? Greece
  6. What is the longest river in the world? Nile
  7. Under which 2 countries do Niagara falls? America and Canada
  8. Where is the Sahara desert located? Africa
  9. What is the largest democratic country in the world? India
  10. In which continent is Israel located? Asia
  11. What is the main language spoken in Brazil? Portuguese
  12. What is another name for Mars? Red planet
  13. What is the largest man-made lake in the US? Lake Mead
  14. What is the largest ocean on earth? The pacific
  15. In which country was Titanic launched? Belfast
  16. In which country is Kuala Lumpur located? Malaysia
  17. What is the tallest mountain in Africa? Mount Kilimanjaro
  18. Where is the Eiffel Tower located? Paris
  19. Which state is Grand Canyon located? Arizona
  20. In which ocean did Titanic sink? Atlantic
  21. Where was Madonna born? America
  22. In the UK where does the Prime Minister live? 10 Downing Street
  23. Who is the current queen of the UK? Queen Elizabeth
  24. Who was named “King of Pop”? Micheal Jackson

Growth Mindset Questions For Kids : 

General knowledge Questions:

  1. The first letter in the Greek alphabet? Alpha
  2. The word Ketchup originated from which country? China
  3. The company that created Santa Claus? Coke
  4. What is the most common car color? White
  5. Who founded Microsft? Bill Gates
  6. Who founded Apple company? Steve Jobs
  7. What instrument is used to measure temperature? Thermometre
  8. What is the most used popular engine in the world? Google
  9. What is Mickey Mouse real name? Mortimer Mouse
  10. The name of Shrek’s wife? Fiona
  11. In which city does Batman lives? Gotham City
  12. Who invented the telephone? Alexander Graham Bell
  13. Which social media platform does Donald Trump use the most? Twitter
  14. Which country first went to space? Russia
  15. Who is the first man to go to the moon? Neil Armstrong
  16. Which food is most ordered in America? Fried Chicken
  17. What is Macdonald’s first name? Ronald
  18. Who is the biggest chocolate manufacturer in the US? Hershey’s
  19. What is the name of Harry Potter’s owl? Hedwig
  20. How many days are there in a leap year? 366
  21. Which country gave the Statue of Liberty to the US? France
  22. Hitler was the leader of which country? Germany
  23. Who is the 1st African president of the United States? Obama
  24. How many dwarfs did snow white lived with?7
  25. Which country was Robin Hood born? England, UK
  26. How many years are there in a century? 100
  27. How many years are there in a Millenium? 1000
  28. Which is the first democratic country? Greece
  29. Who painted the Mona Lisa?  Leonardo Da Vinci
  30. What grows in an oak tree? Acorn
  31. Who is the Greek God of music? Apollo

Trivia for very young kids:

  1. The color of grass? Green
  2. The color of the cloud? White
  3. The water droplets that drop from the cloud? Rain
  4. What do you wear on your head to protect it from the sun or rain? Hat
  5. The liquid inside a pen? Ink
  6. How many months in a year? 12
  7. How many pups are there in Paw Petrol? 6
  8. How many days in a year: 365
  9. How many weeks in a month? 4
  10. The month that has only 28 days? February
  11. How many step sister does Cinderalla have? 2
  12. The month Christmas is celebrated? December
  13. What is the opposite of big? Small
  14. Who brings presents on Christmas day? Santa
  15. Caterpillar would turn into which animal: Butterfly

School Themed trivia questions

  1. What are the primary colors? Red, Yellow, and Blue
  2. What is a baby goat called? A kid
  3. What is the slowest animal in the world? The Sloth
  4. What is the fastest land animal? The Cheetah
  5. What is the hardest bone in the body? Tooth
  6. What are the three basic states of matter? Solid, liquid, and gas
  7. What is the tallest animal in the world? The Giraffe
  8. What continent has the most countries? Africa
  9. Who was the first woman to fly an airplane? Amelia Earhart
  10. What term refers to the seasonal long-distance travel of animals in search of food and warmth? Migration
  11. Animals that eat both meat and plants are referred to as? Omnivores
  12. Animals that eat only meat are referred to as? Carnivores
  13. Animals that eat only plants are referred to as? Herbivores
  14. Jellyfish have neither hearts nor brains, true or false? True
  15. Who invented the light bulb? Thomas Edison
  16. How many weeks are in a year? 52
  17. What is the only American state that begins with the letter “p”? Pennsylvania
  18. What is the longest river in the world? The Amazon
  19. Whales are mammals, true or false? True
  20. How many bones do sharks have in their body? Zero
  21. Paper is made from trees, true or false? True
  22. Who discovered gravity? Sir Isaac Newton
  23. What sports ball has dimples? Golf ball
  24. What are animals with backbones called? Vertebrates
  25. What is the name of the blood cell which fights diseases? White blood cell
  26. What bone protects your brain? The skull
  27. When lava is beneath the surface of the earth, what is it called? Magma
  28. Does the Earth have a solid core or a liquid core? Liquid
  29. What direction do compasses point? North
  30. What is a thermometer used for?
  31. How many cents make up a dollar? 100
  32. What organ is responsible for pumping blood? The Heart
  33. What animal has the biggest ears? The Elephant

Easy English trivia questions

  1. What is the most commonly used letter in the English language? E
  2. What is the name given to a person who speaks two languages fluently? A bilingual.
  3. What punctuation mark ends a sentence? A full-stop
  4. What punctuation mark ends a question? A question mark
  5. What is a rhetorical question? A question that doesn’t need an answer
  6. How many words are there in the English alphabet? 26
  7. How many consonants are there in the English alphabet? 21
  8. How many vowels are there in the English alphabet? 5
  9. Which country has the largest population of English speakers? India
  10. What is the most used word in the English language? “The”
  11. What is the shortest complete sentence in the English language? “Go.”
  12. What five-letter word can be represented by only its first letter? Queue
  13. The sentence “six sick sheiks” is an example of what literary device? Alliteration
  14. “Come close, strike a pose” is an example of a sentence that? Rhymes
  15. “As strong as a bear” is an example of? A simile

Family trivia questions

  1. Where is the Eiffel Tower located? Paris, France.
  2. Which country has the largest population of people? China
  3. Where did the Olympic games originate? Greece
  4. What is the name of the tallest mountain above sea level? Mount Everest
  5. What is the name of the smallest country in the world? The Vatican City
  6. What is the name of the largest island in the world? Greenland
  7. What is the name of the first man on the moon? Neil Armstrong
  8. Who discovered America? Christopher Columbus
  9. How many founding fathers were there? Seven
  10. What are the names of the founding fathers? George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison.
  11. What is a group of lions called? A pride of lions
  12. What country invented fireworks? China
  13. What ship is infamous for sinking after hitting an iceberg? The Titanic
  14. Who was the first Disney princess? Snow White
  15. At what temperature does water boil? 100 degrees celsius/212 degrees Fahrenheit
  16. Who is regarded as the smartest scientist to have ever lived? Albert Einstein
  17. Who directed the movie E.T.? Stephen Spielberg
  18. In the United Kingdom, what sport is known as football? Soccer
  19. Who is the Greek God of Thunder? Zeus
  20. Who is the Greek God of the Underworld? Hades
  21. Who is the Greek God of the Sea? Poseidon
  22. What country is famous for Pasta? Italy
  23. What country is famous for Samurai? Japan
  24. What is the largest waterfall in the world? The Niagara Falls
  25. What is said to be at the end of a rainbow? A pot of gold
  26. What team sport is known as the fastest game on Earth? Ice Hockey
  27. What is the largest animal in the cat family? The tiger
  28. What is the name of the bird that talks? The Parrot
  29. What does rain turn into when the weather gets colder? Snow
  30. How many tentacles does an octopus have? Eight

Hard trivia questions for kids

  1. What is the smallest breed of dog? The chihuahua
  2. What is the largest ocean on Earth? The Pacific Ocean
  3. What materials are the Olympic medals made of? Gold, Silver, and Bronze
  4. What are animals that live on both water and land called? Amphibians
  5. What is the most abundant element in the atmosphere? Nitrogen
  6. What is the strongest muscle in the body? The tongue
  7. What is the hardest natural substance in the world? Diamond
  8. Diamonds and charcoal are made up of the same element, true or false? True
  9. Where are the smallest bones in the human body located? The Ear
  10. What is the largest desert in the world? The Antarctic Desert
  11. Who invented the telephone? Alexander Graham Bell
  12. How many degrees are there in a circle? 360
  13. What two elements make up water? Hydrogen and Oxygen
  14. How many teeth does an adult human being have? 32
  15. Which element is typically used in thermometers? Mercury
  16. Who invented the World Wide Web? Tim Berners-Lee
  17. Who painted the Mona Lisa? Leonardo da Vinci
  18. How many wings does a bee have? Four
  19. Arachnophobia is the fear of? Spiders
  20. Agoraphobia is the fear of? Wide open spaces
  21. Claustrophobia is the fear of? Tight, enclosed spaces
  22. What is the largest organ in the body? The skin
  23. What is the fastest possible speed? The speed of light
  24. What is the largest volcano in the world? Mount Lao
  25. Where did the Statue of Liberty come from? France
  26. What is the longest bone in the body? The thigh bone/femur
  27. What is the name of Winnie the Pooh’s human friend? Christopher Robin
  28. Does every country experience the winter season? No
  29. Who was the first woman to win a Nobel prize? Marie Curie
  30. What animal has the largest eye in the world? The Giant Squid
  31. What video game character is famously an Italian plumber? Mario

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