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Name the four main characters from the cartoon series ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’
Which big country is closest to New Zealand? Australia
Bees create what sweet substance?Honey
Which of these is not like the others … ? Bracelet
What colour are Smurfs? Blue
Which singing voice is the highest pitch? Soprano, tenor or baritone? Soprano is the highest pitch.
In which year did Mount Vesuvius erupt & destroy Pompeii? AD79, 1079 or 2079? Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD 79 burying the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum.
In which year did the Titanic sink? In the year 1912
Who founded the first public library in the U
Who discovered rubber? Charles Macintosh
If you hug a 'guling', are you hugging an animal, a toy or a pillow? If you hug a 'guling' you are hugging a pillow.
‘Stars and Stripes’ is the nickame of the flag of which country? United States of America
Name Batman’s crime fighting partner? Robin
Saint Patrick is the Patron Saint of which country? Ireland
Which beans did Mexicans once use as payment for goods and services? Mexicans used cocoa beans not only as food, but also used them as payment.
What is the capital of England? London
What sweet food made by bees using nectar from flowers? Honey
What is the distance around a circle called? Circumference
Which is the biggest spider in the world? The tarantula is the biggest spider in the world. It lives in the Amazon basin.
On a farm a kid is a baby what? Goat
What food do Giant Pandas normally eat? Bamboo
Who was the first gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10 at the Olympics? Nadia Comaneci
Who is the only athlete to win the Olympic marathon twice and in successive Olympic games? Abebe Bikila
In which year was Alaska sold to the U
True or false? Harry Potter’s middle name is James
True or false? Scarlet is a bright red color
1978, 1988 or 1998? Coca Cola launched their first recyclable plastic bottle in 1978.
What is the name of the toy cowboy in Toy Story? Woody
Who was created by Gepetto the woodcarver? Pinocchio
Which Country is home to half the world's 100 highest bridges?
What is the name of the bear in The Jungle Book? Baloo
What was the name of the monk in the Robin Hood legend? Friar Tuck
Ascorbic Acid is another name for which Vitamin? A, B or C? Ascorbic Acid is another name for Vitamin C.
What is the name of Peppa Pig’s brother? George
What galaxy is Earth located in?The Milky Way
Where did the Olympic Games originate? Greece
Which fruit is the most popular and most consumed in the world? Bananas are the most eaten fruit in the world. More than 40 tons of bananas are consumed annually!
How many planets are in our solar system? There are eight planets in our solar system. These are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
Does the word 'clandestine' mean noisy, secret or colourful? Secret
What is the name of the Australian stick or toy that is designed to come back to you when thrown? Boomerang
Which is taller? The Eiffel Tower or The Statue of Liberty? The Eiffel Tower (320 metres tall) is taller than The Statue of Liberty (93m tall)
If you boil water you get? Steam
Which U.S. President is Barack Obama? 44th, 54th or 64th? Barack Obama is the 44th President of the United States.
Where do the Canary Islands get their name from? Birds, dogs or lizards? The Canary Islands get their name from dogs (the canary bird is named after the islands)
Which country is home to the kangaroo? Australia
Where did the game of badminton originate? It originated in the British era in the Indian city of Pune (or Poona, as it was known back then)
What is the first element on the periodic table of elements? Hydrogen
The Beatles music band featured how many members? 4
True or false? Mickey Mouse’s middle name is Fauntleroy
Who does (the animated character) Princess Fiona marry? Shrek
From what tree do acorns come? Oak
Name the school that Harry Potter attended? Hogwarts
2Which fictional detective lived at 221b Baker Street? Sherlock Holmes
Which is the highest building in the world? The highest building in the world is the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. It is 830m/2,722ft tall and has 163 floors/storeys.
China, USA or Russia? China is home to half the world's 100 highest bridges.
Who is known as the Father of the Modern Olympics? Pierre de Coubertin
Who was the 16th president of the United States? Abraham Lincoln
In which year was the LEGO company founded? 1932, 1942 or 1952? 1932
True or false? The horse is the fastest land animal
How many days are there in June? 30
In which year was public cinema born? 1846, 1896 or 1946? The first public shows of 'motion picture' started in 1896 ... and cinema was born!
Which country sent an Armada to attack Britain in 1588? Spain
Pharaoh is the title given to the rulers of which ancient county? Egypt
Where do apricots originate from? Apricots originate in China. Alexander the Great imported them to Europe over 2,000 years ago.
What is the name of the policeman in the pre-school children’ television series Balamory? PC Plum
What form of aerial transport does a witch favour? Broomstick
Which planet in our Solar System is known for having a ring? Saturn
Who improved the design of the modern-day incandescent light bulb? Thomas Edison
Tired people need … ? Sleep
What percentage of our body weight is water? 40%, 60% or 80%? Approximately 60% of our body weight is water.
'Slam Rush' or 'Sugar Rush'? The kart-racing game in Wreck-It Ralph is called 'Sugar Rush'.
Who composed the Minute Waltz? Frederic Chopin
What is the name of the Lion in The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe? Aslan
Which athlete has won the maximum number of gold medals at a single Olympics, and how many?
Which Italian city is famous for its leaning tower? Pisa
Rome has never hosted the Summer Olympic Games. TRUE or FALSE? FALSE. Rome hosted the Summer Olympics in 1960.
When was the first atomic bomb dropped? It was dropped on August 6, 1945
The Mandarin, The Marvellin or The Mandible? The Mandarin
What is the name of the fairy in Peter Pan? Tinkerbell
Does the name "coyote" (an Aztec word) mean 'wild', 'proud' or 'trickster'? The name "coyote" means 'trickster'.
How many years are there in a millennium? 1000
In the nursery rhyme, who sat on a wall before having a great fall? Humpty Dumpty
Which city is the Palace of Versailles nearest to? Paris
Name the most famous nurse of Victorian Times who improved care for wounded soldiers? Florence Nightingale
In 'Finding Nemo', what is Nemo's dad called? Marvin, Marlin or Martin? Marlin
Which country can you see when directly looking over the sea from The White Cliffs of Dover? France
What was Mickey Mouse’s original name? Mortimer Mouse
2Which English king had six wives? Henry 8th
Which of these is not like the others … ? Box
The Statue of Liberty was gifted to the United States by which country? France
What is the common name for calcium carbonate? Chalk
Which country gave us the words 'shampoo' and 'pyjamas'? India
What is the name of the actor who plays the character of Harry Potter in the movie series? Daniel Radcliffe
How many years are there in a millennium?1000
Which was the country that first made the use of paper money? China
Who was the first actor to have played the role of James Bond in the movie series? Sir Sean Connery
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What does Fred Flintstone wear around his neck? A tie
Which river flows through London? The Thames
What is the name of the Greek God of music? Apollo
What % of an egg’s weight is the shell? 12%
Which anniversary does Dr Who celebrate this year? 30th, 40th or 50th? Dr Who celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
How many UK households still watch black & white TVs? 130, 1300 or 13,000? UK households still have around 13,000 black and white TVs.
The kart-racing game in the new movie 'Wreck-It Ralph' is called 'Rush',
Name all the seven dwarfs from the fairy tale ‘Snow White’
How many wives did Henry VIII have? 6
In which sport might you 'spike' and 'block'? Fencing, volleyball or golf? Volleyball uses techniques called spiking and blocking.
How many colours are in a rainbow? 7
What is the nickname for the bell of the clock at the Palace of Westminster in London? Big Ben
If you freeze water you get … ? Ice
What is the name of the boy that visits the chocolate factory owned by Willy Wonka? Charlie Bucket
In which year did Coca Cola launch their first recyclable plastic bottle?
Who invented the telephone? Alexander Graham Bell
Thirsty people need … ? Water
How many days are there in a fortnight? 14
Iron Man 3 is released this year. What is the name of the new villain?
Which is the only animated Pixar movie to include a live-action piece? WALL-E is the only Pixar film not to be completely animated, featuring a small live-action piece.
If a carnivore eats meat, what does a frugivore eat? A frugivore is a fruit eater.
What is the antonym of the word ‘synonym’? Of course, it is ‘antonym’ itself!
Where in Scotland is there supposedly a lake monster called Nessie? Ans Loch Ness
Which is the highest mountain in Africa? Mount Kilimanjaro
What is the top colour in a rainbow? Red
What is the name of Harry Potter’s pet owl? Hedwig
What was King Arthur's mother's name? Morgane, Morgraine or Igraine? King Arthur's mother is believed to have been called Igraine.
Who painted the Mona Lisa? Leonardo da Vinci
In Jungle Book what kind of animal is Baloo? Bear
Which is the largest city in Wales? Cardiff
If an Anglo-Saxon had an 'angon' what did they have? A weapon, a vase or a fruit? In Anglo Saxon times, an 'Angon' was a spear.
In which street does the British Prime Minister live? Downing Street (Number 10)
How many sides does a triangle have? 3
Name the five characters in Enid Blyton’s ‘Famous Five’
What is the capital of Hawaii? Honolulu
What type of animal is Bullseye in the Toy Story films? Horse
The 'oval pigtoe' is a type of crab, snake or mussel? The 'oval pigtoe' is a type of freshwater mussel.
Which fingernail grows the fastest? Your middle finger has the fastest growing fingernail.
Where would you find 'stellar winds'? Stars, oceans or deserts? A stellar wind is a flow of gas from a star.
Who created the children’s book character Tracy Beaker? Jacqueline Wilson