150 Trivia Questions for Kids

150 Trivia Questions for Kids

Does your kid constantly ask you questions? It’s time to flip the script!

Entertain your child (and test their knowledge) with these highly-engaging trivia questions about all of their favorite topics – earth, animals, Disney characters, and more! Let’s see if your kid truly knows-it-all!

Trivia questions is a fun parent and child activity to enjoy over dinner, while waiting for an appointment, or any moment you have a little downtime. Spark a conversation with your child while adding to their knowledge of all things fun and fascinating!

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Easy Trivia Questions for Kids

Q: What is the lowest prime number?

A: 2

Q: Does land or water cover most of the earth?

A: Water

Q: What two colors can be combined to create green?

A: Blue and yellow

Q: How many planets are in our solar system?

A: Eight

Q: Which is the largest planet in the solar system? 

A: Jupiter

Q: Does a baby or an adult have more bones in their body?

A: A baby

Q: Which continent is the largest in area?

A: Asia

Q: What is the world’s tallest mountain?

A: Mount Everest

Q: Which country has the largest population?

A: China

Q: What type of landform is Italy considered?

A: A peninsula

Q: What erupts from a volcano?

A: Lava

Q: How many layers does the earth have?

A: 4

Q: What layer of the atmosphere protects us from UV rays?

A: The ozone layer

Q: Which country grows the most corn?

A: The United States

Q: What do bees collect from flowers to make honey?

A: Pollen

Q: What does a caterpillar create before they emerge from it as a butterfly?

A: A cocoon

Q: What is a frog called before it is fully grown?

A: A tadpole

Q: How many legs does an insect have?

A: 6

Q: Which sport started from a ball and a peach basket?

A: Basketball

Q: What caused the Titanic to sink?

A: An iceberg

Q: At which degree does water freeze?

A: 32 degrees Fahrenheit

Q: Which type of disaster features wind in a funnel shape?

A: Tornado

Q: What is the longest river in the world?

A: The Amazon River

Q: What continent do bananas originally come from?

A: Asia

Q: Which fruit do raisins come from?

A: Grapes

Q: From which vegetable are pickles made?

A: Cucumbers

Q: What is a cloud made of?

A: Water droplets or ice crystals

Q: What is butter made from?

A: Milk

Q: What is the longest season of the year?

A: Summer

Q: How often does a leap year occur?

A: Every 4 years

Q: How many countries are in the world?

A: 193

Q: What is a common way to celebrate New Year’s Eve, the Chinese New Year, and the 4th of July?

A: Fireworks

Q: Which holiday is honored with a Menorah? 

A: Hanukkah

Q: What type of tree is decorated in homes for Christmas?

A: An evergreen, pine, or fur tree.

Q: What do children in the U.S. usually say as they go door-to-door on Halloween?

A: Trick or treat

Q: What festival of colors comes from India and Nepal?

A: Holi

Q: What is water called when it is frozen?

A: Ice

Q: How many months are in a year?

A: 12

Q: How many continents are in the world?

A: 7

Q: Which continent is almost completely covered in ice?

A: Antarctica

Q: What element do trees produce?

A: Oxygen

Q: What food group does a tomato belong to?

A: Fruit

Q: What is the world’s tallest growing crop?

A: Corn

Q: Which U.S. state is bigger than any European country?

A: Texas

Q: How many brains does a starfish have?

A: 0

Q: On which continent is the Great Wall of China?

A: Asia

Q: In which month does St. Patrick’s Day take place?

A: March

Q: In which season does Valentine’s Day take place?

A: Winter

Q: What type of tree stands that tallest in the world?

A: Redwood

Q: What is the world’s coldest ocean?

A: The Arctic Ocean

Animal Trivia Questions for Kids

Q: Where is the chihuahua breed of dog originally from?

A: Mexico

Q: How many eyes do spiders have?

A: Eight

Q: What is a group of penguins on land called?

A: A waddle

Q: Which country has the largest number of wild tigers?

A: India

Q: Around how many feet tall are giraffes when they are born?

A: Around six feet

Q: What type of bird lays the largest egg?

A: Ostrich

Q: Which animal is responsible for dispersing avocado seeds in the rainforest about 65 million years ago? 

A: The sloth

Q: Which animal’s name comes from the Australian Aboriginal word for “no water?”

A: Koala

Q: What type of bear eats bamboo?

A: The panda bear

Q: Sea turtles can hold their breath for up to how many hours?

A: 5

Q: Can cheetahs roar or purr?

A: Purr

Q: Do male or female lions do most of the hunting for their pride?

A: Female (called a lioness)

Q: House cats share 95.6% of their DNA with which big cat species?

A: Tigers

Q: What color is a polar bear’s skin?

A: Black

Q: Which animal has the lowest body temperature of any mammal?

A: Anteaters

Q: Which continent does the aardvark live on?

A: Africa

Q: What country do lemurs come from?

A: Madagascar

Q: How does the black fur around the eyes of the raccoon help them see?

A: The black fur absorbs light, reducing glare

Q: What is the world’s loudest animal?

A: The Pistol Shrimp

Q: Flamingos are born which color?

A: Grey

Q: What is the only type of bird that can fly backward?

A: The hummingbird

Q: Which snake is the most venomous in the world?

A: The Inland Taipan

Q: What is the world’s deadliest creature?

A: The mosquito

Q: How many brains does the Giant Pacific Octopus have?

A: 9

Q: Which sea creature is the only species where males give birth?

A: The seahorse

Q: Which animal is born the size of a grain of rice?

A: The Tasmanian devil

Q: Which animal has stripes that are as unique as human fingerprints?

A: The zebra

Q: What is a baby rabbit called?

A: A kit

Q: Can a horse breath through only its mouth or only its nose?

A: Only its nose

Q: Cows can smell up to how many miles away?

A: Up to six miles

Q: Which animal flies, sleeps upside down, and eats mosquitos?

A: Bats

Q: What is the world’s largest land mammal?

A: The elephant

Q: Where does a fox make its home?

A: An underground den

Q: How many noses does a slug have?

A: 4

Q: When do hippos search for food?

A: At night

Q: How many species of rhino exist?

A: 5

Q: Why do otters hold paws when they sleep?

A: So they don’t drift apart in the water.

Q: What is a male deer called?

A: A buck

Q: Why do pigs roll in mud or water?

A: To cool down

Q: For what purpose does a kangaroo use its tail?

A: Balance

Q: What is the only continent with no monkeys?

A: Antarctica

Q: What is a turtle’s shell made of?

A: Bone and cartilage

Q: What is a hybrid coyote and wolf called?

A: A coywolf

Q: The Arabic language has over 100 words for which humpacked animal?

A: The Camel

Q: Why does a beaver slap its tail on water?

A: To signal danger

Q: Is the platypus venomous?

A: Yes!

Q: What was the original name for the hedgehog?

A: The urchin

Q: What animal protected grain stores from rodents in the late 1800s and early 1900s?

A: Ferrets

Q: Hamsters are banned in which U.S. state?

A: Hawai’i

Q: In which European country is it illegal to own only one guinea pig? 

A: Switzerland

Disney Trivia Questions for Kids

Q: Who created Disney?

A: Walt Disney

Q: What was the first Disney movie?

A: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Q: How many Disney theme parks are there in the world?

A: 12

Q: Which Disney princess is a skilled archer?

A: Merida

Q: What Disney movie features a “spoonful of sugar” as a remedy?

A: Mary Poppins

Q: What was the role of Jasmine’s father in Aladdin

A: The Sultan

Q: Which Disney movie has a group of characters called the lost boys?

A: Peter Pan

Q: Which Disney movie is set in China?

A: Mulan

Q: What is the name of the central villain in 101 Dalmations

A: Cruella de Vil

Q: Which Disney character is considered the Greek god of strength?

A: Hercules

Q: What did Cinderella’s fairy godmother turn into a carriage to take her to the ball?

A: A pumpkin

Q: What does Ariel call a fork in The Little Mermaid?

A: A dinglehopper

Q: What does Belle see in the magic mirror in Beauty and the Beast

A: Her father dying in the woods

Q: What are the names of Simba’s meerkat and warthog sidekicks in The Lion King?

A: Timon and Pumbaa

Q: Which Disney character is known for the saying, “To infinity and beyond?”

A: Buzz Lightyear

Q: What sport do the Mighty Ducks play?

A: Hockey

Q: Which actress plays both twins in the 1998 verion of The Parent Trap

A: Lindsey Lohan

Q: What type of animal raises Tarzan?

A: A gorilla

Q: What animal is Emperor Kuzco turned into in The Emperor’s New Groove?

A: A llama

Q: In what state does Remember the Titans take place?

A: Virginia

Q: What do Mike and Sully collect for Monsters, Inc.?

A: Screams

Q: Which Disney film is spoken in Japanese?

A: Spirited Away

Q: In the Princess Diaries, which country is Mia the princess of?

A: Genovia

Q: From what planet is Stitch in Lilo and Stitch?

A: Planet Turo

Q: What type of fish is Nemo in Finding Nemo?

A: A clown fish

Q: What is the featured restaurant in Ratatouille?

A: Gusteau’s

Q: Where does the 2009 version of The Princess and the Frog take place?

A: The Lousiana bayou

Q: What type of pet does Kristoff have in Frozen?

A: A reindeer

Q: Who are the five “emotion” characters in Inside Out?

A: Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness

Q: What animal does Mei turn into in Turning Red?

A: A red panda

Q: What was the name of the talking cricket in Pinnochio?

A: Jiminy Cricket

Q: Which Disney film featured a symphonic concert with the Philadelphia Orchestra?

A: Fantasia

Q: What special skill does Dumbo discover he has?

A: He can fly using his ears

Q: What is the name of the skunk in Bambi?

A: Flower

Q: What crime is comitted against the kittens, Toulouse, Berlioz, and Marie in The Aristocats?

A: They are catnapped

Q: What type of sports team is featured in Cool Runnings?

A: A bobsled team

Q: What kind of trip does Goofy take Max on in A Goofy Movie?
A: A fishing trip

Q: What is the name of the hummingbird in Pocahontas?

A: Flit

Q: What city does James dream of going to in James and the Giant Peach?

A: New York City

Q: What kind of college sports team has a lively scene in the 1997 film, Flubber?
A: Basketball

Q: In The Jungle Book, what animal raises Mowgli?

A: Wolves

Q: What treasure does Moana return to the lava goddess in Moana?

A: The heart of Te Fiti

Q: What is the job of Judy Hopps in Zootopia

A: Police officer

Q: Which movie, featuring a princess with an epic length of hair, is the most expensive animated film that Disney has produced? 

A: Tangled

Q: Which holiday is celebrated in Coco?

A: Dia de los Muertos

Q: What symbol represents the magic of the Family Madrigal in Encanto?

A: The Miracle Candle

Q: In Luca, what are the three events in children’s triathlon that Luca trains for with his friends Alberto and Giulia? 

A: Swimming, pasta-eating, and biking

Q: What artifact are brothers Barley and Ian searching for in Onward?

A: The Phoenix gem

Q: What does Scrat the squirrel chase for the entire Ice Age movie? 

A: An acorn

Q: What does Mary Sanderson fly when her broom is stolen in Hocus Pocus?

A: A vacuum cleaner

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