50 4Th Grade Trivia Questions and Answers

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Welcome to our exciting 4th-grade trivia challenge! Get ready to test your knowledge across a range of fascinating topics. From geography and science to history and nature, these questions will keep you on your toes. Did you know that the largest ocean on Earth is the Pacific, covering more than 60 million square miles?

For those unfamiliar, 4th grade is an essential year in a child’s education journey. Typically, 4th graders are around 9 to 10 years old and enjoy a well-rounded curriculum. They explore advanced concepts in math, language arts, and social studies, fostering critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Our carefully crafted multiple-choice questions will challenge your wits and spark curiosity. Whether you’re a 4th-grade student, a teacher, or a trivia enthusiast, we hope you’ll have a blast discovering fascinating facts. So, gather your friends and family, and let’s embark on this exciting knowledge adventure together!

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#1. What is the capital of France?

#2. Which planet is known as the "Red Planet"?

#3. What is the tallest mammal on Earth?

#4. What is the largest ocean on Earth?

#5. How many continents are there in the world?

#6. What is the capital of Australia?

#7. Which animal is a marsupial and native to Australia?

#8. Which is the longest river in the world?

#9. What is the process by which plants make their food using sunlight?

#10. Which continent is the largest in land area?

#11. How many sides does a hexagon have?

#12. What is the primary gas that makes up Earth's atmosphere?

#13. What is the smallest planet in our solar system?

#14. Which ocean lies on the east coast of the United States?

#15. How many colors are there in a rainbow?

#16. Which US state is known as the "Golden State"?

#17. What is the largest land animal on Earth?

#18. In which country did the Olympic Games originate?

#19. What is the process of changing from a liquid to a gas called?

#20. Which river runs through Egypt?

#21. What is the currency of Japan?

#22. Which animal is known as the "King of the Jungle"?

#23. Which two planets are known as "Ice Giants"?

#24. What is the longest bone in the human body?

#25. Which continent is often called the "Dark Continent"?

#26. Which type of rock is formed by cooling lava or magma?

#27. What is the largest planet in our solar system?

#28. Which direction does the sun rise?

#29. What is the name for a baby dog?

#30. Which animal is known for its black and white stripes and is native to Africa?

#31. How many teaspoons are in a tablespoon?

#32. What is the largest species of penguin?

#33. Which continent is known as the "Land Down Under"?

#34. What is the chemical symbol for water?

#35. What is the process of a caterpillar transforming into a butterfly called?

#36. Which planet is famous for its big red spot, which is a massive storm?

#37. What is the smallest unit of matter?

#38. What do we call a group of stars forming a pattern in the sky?

#39. What is the longest river in South America?

#40. Which two planets are known as "Twin Planets" due to their similar size and density?

#41. Which country is known as the "Land of the Rising Sun"?

#42. What is the hardest natural substance on Earth?

#43. What is the largest type of shark?

#44. Which planet is known for its beautiful rings?

#45. What is the process of changing from a gas to a liquid called?

#46. What is the largest species of penguin?

#47. Which animal is known for its black and white stripes and is native to Africa?

#48. How many teaspoons are in a tablespoon?

#49. What is the largest planet in our solar system?

#50. Which direction does the sun rise?

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