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!
Easy Trivia Questions for Kids
Q: What is the lowest prime number?
Q: Does land or water cover most of the earth?
Q: What two colors can be combined to create green?
A: Blue and yellow
Q: How many planets are in our solar system?
Q: Which is the largest planet in the solar system?
Q: Does a baby or an adult have more bones in their body?
A: A baby
Q: Which continent is the largest in area?
Q: What is the world’s tallest mountain?
A: Mount Everest
Q: Which country has the largest population?
Q: What type of landform is Italy considered?
A: A peninsula
Q: What erupts from a volcano?
Q: How many layers does the earth have?
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?
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?
Q: Which sport started from a ball and a peach basket?
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?
Q: What is the longest river in the world?
A: The Amazon River
Q: What continent do bananas originally come from?
Q: Which fruit do raisins come from?
Q: From which vegetable are pickles made?
Q: What is a cloud made of?
A: Water droplets or ice crystals
Q: What is butter made from?
Q: What is the longest season of the year?
Q: How often does a leap year occur?
A: Every 4 years
Q: How many countries are in the world?
Q: What is a common way to celebrate New Year’s Eve, the Chinese New Year, and the 4th of July?
Q: Which holiday is honored with a Menorah?
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?
Q: What is water called when it is frozen?
Q: How many months are in a year?
Q: How many continents are in the world?
Q: Which continent is almost completely covered in ice?
Q: What element do trees produce?
Q: What food group does a tomato belong to?
Q: What is the world’s tallest growing crop?
Q: Which U.S. state is bigger than any European country?
Q: How many brains does a starfish have?
Q: On which continent is the Great Wall of China?
Q: In which month does St. Patrick’s Day take place?
Q: In which season does Valentine’s Day take place?
Q: What type of tree stands that tallest in the world?
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?
Q: How many eyes do spiders have?
Q: What is a group of penguins on land called?
A: A waddle
Q: Which country has the largest number of wild tigers?
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?
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?”
Q: What type of bear eats bamboo?
A: The panda bear
Q: Sea turtles can hold their breath for up to how many hours?
Q: Can cheetahs roar or 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?
Q: What color is a polar bear’s skin?
Q: Which animal has the lowest body temperature of any mammal?
Q: Which continent does the aardvark live on?
Q: What country do lemurs come from?
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?
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?
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?
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?
Q: When do hippos search for food?
A: At night
Q: How many species of rhino exist?
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?
Q: What is the only continent with no monkeys?
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?
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?
Q: Hamsters are banned in which U.S. state?
Q: In which European country is it illegal to own only one guinea pig?
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?
Q: Which Disney princess is a skilled archer?
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?
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?
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?
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?
Q: What do Mike and Sully collect for Monsters, Inc.?
Q: Which Disney film is spoken in Japanese?
A: Spirited Away
Q: In the Princess Diaries, which country is Mia the princess of?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
Q: In The Jungle Book, what animal raises Mowgli?
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?
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