Trivia Questions for Kids & Adults: March

Trivia questions can help your  memory.
Trivia questions can help your memory.

On some days my memory is great and I can remember words to songs that I heard 40 years ago. On other days, I can’t remember where I put my keys!   I’ve heard people say, “misery loves company” but for me it’s more that “forgetful people love company”.  It gives us something to laugh about.

My forgetfulness is especially evident at our weekly trivia nights at a local restaurant.  Believe it or not, my forgetfulness has led me once or twice to study the color of flags before our matches. Yep, I’m competitive. Whether we win or lost it’s always a fun night.  Great friends and lots of fun!  

Trivia questions can be fun for kids too!  Look at the questions below and try them out on the kids (or adults) in your life.  The range of questions vary in difficulty from the easy to the not-so-easy.   After all, why should adults get all the challenge and fun.  Grandkids…. Hope you are ready for some quizzing fun! 

For my Wizard teammates, I’ve highlighted in yellow those questions that I remember being asked. However, I don’t remember if we answered them correctly.  Oh, my memory!

Trivia Questions for March

  1. Great Whites and Hammerheads are what type of animals? sharks
  2. According to legend, who led a gang of merry outlaws in Sherwood Forest in Nottingham, England? Robin Hood
  3. How many legs does a spider have?  8
  4. What is the name of the pirate in Peter Pan? Captain Hook
  5. He’s “smarter than the average bear”, but what’s the name of the most famous resident of Jellystone Park? Yogi Bear
  6. How many rings make up the symbol of the Olympic Games? The Olympic flag has a white background, with five interlaced rings in the center: blue, yellow, black, green and red. This design is symbolic; it represents the five continents of the world, united by Olympism, while the six colors are those that appear on all the national flags of the world at the present time.
  7. According to the Dr. Seuss book, who stole Christmas? The Grinch
  8. In which continent is the country of Egypt found? Africa
  9. What is a brontosaurus? Dinosaur
  10. Scooby Doo and his friends travel around in which vehicle? The Mystery Machine
  11. What is the name of Winnie the Pooh’s donkey friend? Eeyore
  12. How many grams are there in a kilogram? 1000
  13. By what name are the young of frogs and toads known? Tadpoles
  14. By what title were the leaders of ancient Egypt known? pharaoh
  15. Which famous nurse was known as “The Lady of The Lamp” during the Crimean War? Florence Nightingale
  16. What’s the name of the town where The Flintstones live? Bedrock
  17. What’s the colored part of the human eye called? iris
  18. Q. How many holes are there on a golf course? 18
  19. Which country is home to the kangaroo? Australia
  20. The giant panda’s diet is almost entirely made up of which plant? bamboo
  21. In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, what is Charlie’s surname? Bucket
  22. Which planet is closest to our sun? Mercury
  23. Which famous ocean liner sank on her first voyage in 1912? Titanic
  24. What is the name of Shrek’s wife? Princess Fiona
  25. How many lungs do humans normally have? two
  26. What is a group of lions called? Pride
  27. Is the planet Jupiter larger or smaller than the Earth? larger
  28. Which is the fastest land animal? Cheetah
  29. What color are emeralds? green
  30. Which animal is the tallest in the world? giraffe
  31. If you suffer from arachnophobia, which animal are you scared of? Spiders

If you enjoyed these trivia questions, be sure to check out next month’s questions and answers on MOVIE TRIVIA

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