More Tweeted Quiz Questions …

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You’ve found our archive of Children’s Trivia Questions (complete with answers) that we tweeted during February 2013. You could perhaps use them for creating your own trivia quiz for teenagers or younger children at home, at school, or maybe a local club ….. or maybe for a teenagers’ quiz night or sleepover. Be aware that some of the trivia questions on this page are DATE SENSITIVE so please check each question to ensure that it is still relevant. Some of the questions are multiple-choice which is – of course – optional depending on the degree of difficulty you’re after. Provide the multiple choice answers if you want to make an easy quiz … remove them for a more challenging quiz.

February1st2013Q. Which is the SECOND most common language spoken in England and Wales?
A. Polish is the second most common language spoken in England and Wales.
February2nd2013Q. How many muscles might we use to take a single step? 20, 200 or 2000?
A. You might use up to 200 muscles to take one step.
February3rd2013Q. Which is the only cat that can’t retract its claws? Lion, puma or cheetah?
A. The cheetah is the only cat that can’t retract its claws.
February4thQ. How many English Pilgrims were on the Mayflower in 1620? 20, 120 or 220?
A. The Mayflower transported 120 English Pilgrims in 1620.
February5thQ. In which country did ‘Dubstep’ dance music originate? USA, Brazil or England?
A. Dubstep is a type of electronic dance music that originated in South London, England.
February6thQ. The mongoose gets its name from its taste for wild water birds.
TRUE or FALSE?
A. FALSE. The mongoose’s name has no connection with geese or any other birds.
February7thQ. Bryology is the study of brains, snails or moss?
A. Bryology involves the study of moss.
February8thQ. Which is the correct spelling for this fruit? Avacado, avacardo or avocado?
A. The correct spelling is ‘avocado’.
February9thQ. The ‘iron’ token in Monopoly is to be replaced by a robot, guitar or cat token?
A. The iron token in Monopoly is to be replaced by a cat shaped token.
February10thQ. In the periodic table, which chemical symbol is used for mercury? Hg, Ag or Mg?
A. Mercury is represented by the symbol Hg in the periodic table.
February11th2013Q. Where are your radius and ulna bones? Legs, shoulders or arms?
A. Your radius and ulna bones are located in your forearm.
February12thQ. Chionophobia is a fear of which weather? Rain, snow or wind?
A. Chionophobia is a fear of snow.
February13thQ. What was the original working title for Wreck-it Ralph?
Top Score, Best Score or High Score?
A. The original working title for Wreck-it Ralph was ‘High Score’.
February14thQ. The first four British guide dogs were called Judy, Flash, Folly and ….?
Meta, Molly or Megan?
A. The first four British guide dogs were called Judy, Flash, Folly and Meta.
February15thQ. Fresh bread was discouraged during World War 2 rationing. TRUE or FALSE?
A. TRUE. It was considered that fresh bread encouraged people to eat more bread.
February16thQ. Alexander Cummings was a Scottish watchmaker who was the first to patent a design for a cuckoo clock, food processor or flush toilet?
A. Cummings (1733-1814) was the first to patent a design of the flush toilet.
February17thQ.  How many species of seaweed can be found around the UK? 65, 650 or 6500?
A.  There are about 650 seaweed species to be found around the UK.
February18thQ. What is the name given to an unidentified organic mass that has washed up on a shoreline? A flobster, a drobster or a globster?
A. A globster is an unidentified organic mass found on a shoreline.
February19thQ. In which English city would you find the first museum in the world to be opened to the public? Oxford, Cambridge or London?
A. Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum was the first museum in the world to be opened to the public in 1683.
February20thQ. What is Lady Gaga’s proper Christian name? Stacey, Sunny or Stefani?
A. Lady Gaga’s first name is Stefani (her full name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta).
February21st2013Q. Most web pages use a programming language called HTML which stands for HyperText Markup ….? Labelling, Live or Language?
A. HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language.
February22ndQ. If you stand on the island of Cyprus and look North which country would you be looking at? Greece, Turkey or Syria?
A. You would be looking at Turkey.
February23rdQ. The famous Ayers Rock in Australia is made of granite, limestone or sandstone?
A. Ayers Rock is a large sandstone rock formation.
February24thQ. In which year did Las Vegas officially become a city? 1911, 1941 or 1971?
A. 1911.
February25thQ. Female hair grows quicker than male hair. TRUE or FALSE?
A. FALSE. Female hair grows more slowly than male hair.
February26th2013Q. Which are better adapted for living in salt water? Crocodiles or alligators?
A. Crocodiles are better adapted for living in salt water.
February27th2013Q. Which animal is sometimes known as ‘The Old Man of the Woods’?
The elephant, the lion or the orangutan?
A. The orangutan.
February28th2013Q. Which sport uses the terms ‘eagle’ and ‘albatross’? Golf, hockey or basketball?
A. Golf.
Trivia questions via Twitter stopped at the end of February due to lack of interest.

Here’s the first quiz questions we tweeted ….