100 Awesome True or False Questions for Kids

100 Awesome True or False Questions for Kids

A true or false quiz is a fun, educational activity for children. It serves as a great ice breaker activity for kids, and helps them connect like no other game! Children learn about different topics, from science to geography to arts, all by means of interesting questions. Now if you’re looking for some easy true or false questions for your child’s birthday party to keep him and his friends happily engaged, we’ve got you covered!

A Collection of Easy and Difficult ‘True or False’ Quiz for Children With Answers

Some of the easiest and fun true or false questions that your children can be aware of :

  1. Is Australia the largest producer of wool in the world?

True

2. Do camels have three sets of eyelids?

True

3. Is China the largest country in the world?

False

4. Is Venus the closest planet to the Sun?

False

5. Spiders have 6 legs. Is it true or false?

False

6. The minimum time taken by a sloth to digest food is 2 weeks.

True

7. World War I took place on 28th July 1945.

False

8. Is it possible to sneeze while asleep?

False

9. 5+9 = 14

True

10. Watching horror movies doesn’t cause any reaction in your body.

False

11. Zeus is known as the king of Gods.

True

12. Every 7 days, a new layer of epidermis appears on your skin.

False

13. Bats always turn left when they are exiting the caves. True or false?

False

14. A slug has four noses in total.

True

15. You won’t find any hair on a rhinoceros’ nose.

False

16. Honeybees are the fastest flying insect.

False

17. Eczema is not a skin disease. True or false?

False

18. Australia is both a country and a continent.

True

19. Do shrimps have a unique feature, where their heart can be found in their head?

True

20. The highest number of shopping malls can be found in New Jersey.

True

21. The number of olfactory cells, which are also known as receptor smell cells, is 12 million, 100 million, and 4 billion in humans, rabbits, and bloodhounds, respectively?

True

22. There is no railway system in Iceland.

True

23. Meat is consumed by herbivore animals.

False

24. The longest and strongest bone in the human body is the thighbone.

True

25. Humans have 4 senses.

False

26. There are 184 countries in the world.

False

27. Archimedes is considered as the father of History.

False

28. It is normal to lose a minimum of 50-100 strands a day from your scalp, no matter how healthy it is.

True

29. Mammals that are considered to be more or less hairless, include walruses, whales, naked mole rats, pigs, elephants, rhinoceroses, and hippopotamuses.

True

30. A group of crows is called a ‘murder’.

True

31. Do you need oxygen for breathing?

True

32. The full form of CVD is cardiovascular disease?

True

33. An increase in RBCs has nothing to do with the onset of anaemia.

True

34. Robert Brown discovered the cell nucleus.

True

35. Stapes is the smallest bone in the human body.

True

36. The national flag of America has stars and stripes on it.

True

37. Seahorses only have intestines, there is no sign of stomachs in them for nutrient absorption from food.

True

38. Scallops have close to 100 simple eyes, and they are said to be of a blue hue?

True

39. Does the moon cover a mere 1.2% of the total mass of the Earth?

True

40. Apes can laugh when they are tickled.

True

41. Do we find terminal hair on our heads?

True

42. In Japan, people are more likely to see a ‘rabbit on the moon’ and not a ‘man on the moon’?

True

43. The quills on porcupines in Africa are as long as 3 pencils together.

True

44. Throwing phones is a world championship phenomenon.

True

45. A double rainbow is simply a product of the first rainbow in the form of a mirror image.

True

46. There is a blind spot present in human eyes, also the location where the optic nerve mostly glides through the retina.

True

47. In the Harry Potter Series, Harry Potter uses the invisibility cloak to become invisible.

True

48. Does the banana have a unique feature of growing upside-down?

True

49. Vatican City is the largest city in the world.

False

50. Baby panda is bigger than a mouse after being born.

False

51. Pneumonia is a kind of infection that affects the lungs.

True

52. Meat and vegetables are consumed by omnivores.

True

53. An adult dog has 42 teeth in total.

True

54. Penguins are considered to be flightless birds.

True

55. The outer region of the nose is called the pinna.

False

56. Do peanuts come under the category of legumes.

True

57. The smallest particle of an element is the molecule.

False

58. Anything that has a certain mass and occupies space is called an atom.

False

59. On August 6, 1945, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima.

True

60. The size of our hands is not equivalent to our heart.

True

61. The sense of touch is activated by the eyes.

False

62. The capital of Spain is Madrid.

True

63. The letter H is interspersed between the letters G and J on the keyboard.

True

64. As much as 3% of the ice that is present in the glaciers of Antarctica is nothing but penguin urine.

True

65. Does a snail sleep up to 3 years?

True

66. 80% of what you taste is decided by what you are smelling in the first place.

True

67. The bent joint in a flamingo’s legs is its ankles.

True

68. Does a goat have a rectangular-shaped pupil?

True

69. Mucus production doubles when you are sick because it contains chemicals that keep you healthy.

True

70. New York is also known as ‘The Big Apple’.

True

71. You use your eyes to see.

True

72. You use your ears to smell.

False

73. The sun is too hot to be touched.

True

74. One hundred thousand consists of five zeroes.

True

75. Our nose products around one litre of mucus daily.

True

76. A is the first letter in the range of alphabet order?

True

77. Sheep don’t have wings to fly.

True

78. A dog has 20 legs.

False

79. Mercury is the hottest planet in the solar system.

True

80. Violet is a colour.

True

81. Cherries are red.

True

82. Does the rainbow have 7 colours?

True

83. The fear of height is called acrophobia.

True

84. Eleanor Roosevelt went on a joyride by sneaking out of a white house event.

True

85. The region of the human body which experiences the fastest growth of hair is facial hair?

True

86. Charlie Chaplin participated and won the 20th position in a competition of Charlie Chaplin look-alike, and that too when he was at the peak of his stardom?

True

87. Smack is the word used to address a group of jellyfish?

True

88. A frog is most likely to vomit an entire stomach if it has to.

True

89. Up is not the opposite for down?

False

90. 3+4 = 7.

True

91. Washington DC is the capital of France.

False

92. Spaghetto is the term used for a single strand of spaghetti.

True

93. Fear of cats is known as mysophobia.

False

94. Power is not the ability to do work.

True

95. Rosa Indica is the scientific name of the rose.

True

96. The hardest natural mineral is not diamond.

False

97. Light common multiple is the full form of LCM.

False

98. A butterfly is not a bird.

True

99. Penguins are not birds.

False

100. 1 kg is equal to 1000 grams.

True

These were some easy (and some not-so-easy) true or false questions. We hope your child and his friends enjoy this true or false quiz.

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