50 Middle School Trivia Questions and Answers

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Have you been wondering what you can do to keep your kids and yourself busy during your free time? There is nothing as entertaining to kids as exposing them to new adventures and challenges.

Here are 50 trivia questions to challenge your kids. In addition, this article may supplement class teaching, and this would positively benefit your kids. It helps stimulate and expand their thinking capacity. So take your time and start the challenge.

Easy Questions: 1 to 10.

Medium Questions: 11 to 30

Hard Questions: 31 to 50

50 Middle School Trivia Questions and Answers

Results

#1. What is the reason behind the falling of things when they are dropped?

#2. Who was the first man to ever step on the Moon's surface?

#3. The Earth takes how many days to rotate the Sun?

#4. What is the name given to the smallest planet?

#5. Which among the following rivers is the world's longest river?

#6. Which is the world's tallest mountain?

#7. The United States was colonized by which country?

#8. The United States became an independent state during which year?

#9. A fraction's top number is known as a?

#10. Which country in the world is the most populated?

#11. A rainbow is made up of how many colors?

#12. What is the function of a thermometer?

#13. The heart of a human being is made up of how many chambers?

#14. The great pyramid of Giza has how many feet?

#15. What year did the Titanic ship sink?

#16. The United States has so far had one black president. What is his name?

#17. What is the human body's largest organ?

#18. What do we call a fish with neither a brain nor a heart?

#19. Name the Sun's two closest planets.

#20. The United States is found in which part of the American continent?

#21. Choose the capital city of the United Kingdom.

#22. Which is the world's largest continent?

#23. How many grams of sugar would make up one kilogram of sugar

#24. A year has 12 months. How many of those months have 31 days?

#25. What is the ocean's name located between the continent of North America and Europe?

#26. Where do people go to see so many animals?

#27. What is the typical number of planets in the solar system?

#28. Who among the following is the vice president of the United States of America as of 2022?

#29. The United States is made up of how many states?

#30. The United Kingdom is made up of how many countries?

#31. Who was the United states' first president?

#32. Which is the world's largest ocean?

#33. What is formed when water is frozen?

#34. The month of June has how many days?

#35. Which planet is the fastest to rotate around the Sun?

#36. Bees are known to produce delicious edible products. What is its name?

#37. Which name is given to a baby lion?

#38. Which mammal can fly?

#39. The square root of 81 is?

#40. What is the cube root of 8?

#41. What makes the Ostrich a unique bird?

#42. Identify which among the following is the shortest month.

#43. There are how many weeks in a year?

#44. Which author wrote Harry Potter?

#45. An adult human has a total of how many teeth?

#46. Which of the following European countries colonized India?

#47. How many years make one century?

#48. Who was the longest-serving monarch in the United Kingdom?

#49. What could be the square root of 625?

#50. What is Sir Isaac Newton known for coming up with?

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Final Thought.

That was an easy challenge. I guess some of the questions rekindled your middle school memories. It must be a great experience going through the questions. If yes, why don’t you share this trivia with your friends and let them enjoy the challenge?

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