Welcome to our growing collection of ‘True or False?’ quizzes for young kids, teenagers and adults … and yes it’s true that they are one of our most popular searches. As of July 2020 we’ve been moving away from printable quizzes in PDF format by embracing technology and creating on-line quizzes. This is something our visitors have been requesting for some time as it means they can play our ‘True or False?’ quizzes wherever they may find themselves in need of a little entertainment, distraction or fun. It’s also environmentally friendly if we’re all printing less … and slightly more economical due to one egg cup full of printer ink apparently costing eighteen hundred million dollars.
The first few of our quizzes are for teenagers and adults. If you keep checking back you’ll eventually find a collection for younger children too which will feature more pictures and generally be a lot simpler. We’ve also included an original PDF version of a ‘True or False?’ quiz so you can see how things were done 300 years ago. If you have any ideas for quiz questions we’d be pleased to hear them and incorporate them into future content if possible.
Looks like the time has finally come for us to be a bit more grown up! For the first 10 years of www.free-for-kids.com we were solely focussed on producing content for kids and teenagers but we think we’ve been ‘missing a trick’ by not extending our subject matter into the curious world of adults and parents. As always we have a lot to say about – well – everything really and this new avenue will let us explore products, knowledge, experiences and services that we think will bring many benefits to our older visitors.
True or False Quiz Questions for Teenagers and Adults
Scrabble about in our March 2020 brain teaser for questions about the Scrabble board, some uncertainty about the colour of the sun (hardly seen in the UK anyway), and a minor celebrity (hardly a blip) known as Ariana Grande.
May 2020 including a question about the world record for eating the most hot dogs in 10 minutes (hint: it’s more than 3), and we also ask just how busy was Agatha Christie (?). Mickey Mouse gets a mention too.
June 2020 with a lovey-dovey love heart question about when hearts first symbolised love, and also a ‘gnu or false’ question about the gnu and another name by which it may (or may not!) be known.
July 2020 quiz in which we put the ‘spotlight’ on Spotify (might be a clue!) and ask you to think very deeply and seriously and mathematically about the shape of a ring donut before you scoff it down.
Old fashioned PDF format printable True or False Quiz from way way back in 2010 which you should print off on parchment.
True or False Quiz Questions for Younger Children
We’ve decided to adopt a standard format for these quizzes for younger children so each one will include a question on animals, correct spelling, national flags, time and space, capital cities, movies and animation, sport, the human body, technology and the weather.
Our ten December 2019 q and a’s challenge your brain to consider the full range of flying mammals, Google’s entry into the smartphone market, and the exact scale of the problem if you smash your hand with a hammer.
We don’t want to put you off but our January 2020 quiz references ear wax … we’re not afraid to push the boundaries! Also, leafcutter ants and the purpose of their leafcutting, and the two versions of a quarter to midnight.
Amongst our February 2020 true or false puzzlers you’ll find a question about dolphins going to school, some truly ancient headphones, and just how many players are too many in a game of basketball.
Our April 2020 questions consider the size of elephants (as a rule, big), the correct spelling of your favourite yellow curved fruit, and the year in which you might have had a 10 year old apple in your pocket.
More coming very soon …..