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Kids Trivia Questions and Quizzes

Kids are not only bundles of energy but also founts of knowledge. You’ll be surprised at how much they know when you draw them in for a game of trivia. Whether you have one or 21 kids, get the ball rolling with these quick quizzes, and watch as these up-and-coming geniuses process math, history, music, literature and all topics under the sun. Prizes are optional but appreciated because, at this stage, pride in achievement is its own reward. Play trivia games on play dates, or play them at the dinner table over a meal. Even better, have some quiz questions handy so you can play trivia games at the drop of a hat.

What is the only mammal capable of actual flight?

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Animals Trivia Questions mammal capable flight
Flying Squirrel.
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Bats.
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Bats are mammals with their forelimbs adapted as wings, they are the only mammals naturally capable of real flight. There are more than 1,000 species of bats worldwide, and they can be found almost anywhere in the world except polar regions and deserts. Other mammals such as flying squirrels, colugos and gliding possums can’t actually fly.
Colugo.
Incorrect.

What animal is the emblem of the U.S. Democratic political party?

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History Trivia Questions animal emblem Democratic party
Elephant.
Incorrect.
Donkey.
Correct!
The United States Democratic party is recognized by the symbol of a donkey, and the Republican party is represented by an elephant. The Democratic donkey was first associated in 1828 with Democrat Andrew Jackson’s campaign. His opponents had called him a donkey, so Jackson decided to use the image of the strong-willed donkey on his posters. Later, famous cartoonist Thomas Nast used the donkey in newspaper cartoons and made the symbol famous.
Eagle.
Incorrect.

What animal is the emblem of the U.S. Republican political party?

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History Trivia Questions animal Republican political party
Donkey.
Incorrect.
Eagle.
Incorrect.
Elephant.
Correct!
The United States Republican party is represented by an elephant and the Democratic party by a donkey. In a cartoon that appeared in 1874 in Harper’s Weekly, cartoonist Thomas Nast drew a donkey covered in lion’s skin and scaring away all the animals at the zoo. One of those animals was an elephant that was labeled “The Republican Vote.” That’s how the elephant became the emblemRepublican Party.

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