You must be looking for the best habits to imbibe in your children so that they grow up to be successful and intelligent individuals. One such habit that goes a long way is knowing the facts from different subjects. It helps children get a deeper understanding of the world around them, widens their knowledge, and enriches the minds. They can excel in academics, group discussions, class debates, exams, entrance tests, and more. Plus, they will be able to speak to different people about various subjects as they gain confidence and knowledge.
When children have free time, outdoor play and board games are excellent ideas. But you can also keep them busy with general knowledge trivia. Here are a bunch of GK questions for class 7 students. Let them read and share with their friends.
100+ Gk Questions For Class 7
1. Which Indian state has the longest coastline?
Answer: Andaman and Nicobar Islands
2. What is the parliament of China called?
Answer: National People’s Congress
3. How many bones and teeth do adult sharks have?
Answer: No bones, only cartilage, and over 3000 teeth at once
4. The Aurora Borealis is also known as what?
Answer: The Northern Lights
5. When you’re asleep, which is the one active body part?
6. What vitamin does the sun’s ultraviolet rays help the skin produce?
Answer: Vitamin D
7. Name two of the greatest achievements of the Indus Valley civilization?
Answer: Harappa and the city of Mohenjo-Daro
8. Who is the founder of ‘ISRO?’
Answer: Indian Space Research Organisation was founded by Vikram Sarabhai
9. How many total time zones are there in the world?
Answer: 24 time zones
10. What is a tall chef’s hat called?
11. What is the full form of ‘GPS?’
Answer: Global Positioning System
12. What comes after a trillion?
13. On average, how many times does the adult heart beat in a minute?
Answer: 60 to 100 beats per minute
14. What classic video game requires you to eat all the dots throughout a maze?
15. How many languages are written right to left?
Answer: 12 languages
16. Which planet is the smallest: Neptune, Mars, Mercury?
17. Why do sea otters hold hands?
Answer: So they don’t float away
18. Who is known as the ‘Missile Man of India?’
Answer: A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
19. Cuba was discovered by which famous explorer?
Answer: Christopher Columbus
20. What is sushi traditionally wrapped in?
Answer: Edible seaweed
21. Which is the saltiest ocean in the world?
Answer: The Red Sea
22. How many galaxies are there in the universe?
Answer: Over 100 billion galaxies
23. Which is the main substance used to make a crayon?
24. Tweedledum and Tweedledee are characters from which famous children’s book?
Answer: Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll
25. What’s the hardest substance in our body?
Answer: Tooth enamel
26. What is the name of the acid found in lemons?
Answer: Citric acid
27. What were pyramids of Giza?
Answer: Royal tombs
28. There’s an amphibian that never sleeps. What is it?
29. 27 is a perfect cube. True or false?
30. In ancient Greece, throwing an apple at someone was a declaration of what?
Answer: A declaration of love
31. Morning dew is an example of which process of the water cycle?
32. Where is the headquarters of UNESCO?
Answer: Paris, France
33. What is the common name of sodium carbonate?
Answer: Washing soda
34. Which mammal doesn’t have vocal cords?
35. What planet has the shortest day?
36. What does Big Bang Theory explain?
Answer: How the universe began
37. What language is the most popularly spoken worldwide?
38. What does space sound like?
Answer: It has no sound
39. Which is the tallest mountain in the entire world?
Answer: Mount Everest
40. Which planet is called Earth’s Twin?
41. Where was pizza invented?
Answer: Naples, Italy
42. How much weight can an ant lift?
Answer: Up to 5,000 times its weight
43. What is the loudest animal on Earth?
Answer: The sperm whale
44. During the day, is the moon’s temperature higher or lower?
45. In which ocean did the famous Titanic sink in 1912?
Answer: North Atlantic Ocean
46. What are the three primary colors?
Answer: Red, blue, and yellow
47. Perimeter equals the sum of all the sides of a shape or thing. True or false?
48. What blood type qualifies as a universal donor?
49. How many Earths could fit inside the sun?
Answer: 1.3 million Earths
50. What is a Japanese national dress called?
51. How many items are in a baker’s dozen?
52. What did the Wright Brothers successfully invent?
53. Who is the founder of Facebook?
Answer: Mark Zuckerberg
54. What is the only flying mammal?
55. What is the smallest bone in the human body?
Answer: Stapes, found in the inner ear
56. How many edges does a cube have?
57. Which country is the second-largest in the world, China or Canada?
58. What animal has fingerprints that are nearly identical to humans?
Answer: Koala bear
59. Leader and political icon Nelson Mandela was from which African country?
Answer: Mvezo, South Africa
60. How many billion years will the sun run out of energy?
Answer: Roughly 5 billion years
61. What flavor is the dessert tiramisu?
62. How many athletic events does a decathlon contain?
63. What object is said to bring bad luck if it is broken?
64. Why do snakes stick out their tongue?
Answer: To pick up scents
65. What is the smallest country on Earth?
Answer: Vatican City
66. What color is a polar bear’s skin?
67. What does the word “ambidextrous” mean?
Answer: To use both the hands equally well
68. What is the most coffee-producing country in the world?
69. The word ‘deuce’ is related to which sport?
70. What’s a seasonal blue moon?
Answer: It’s the third full moon of the four full moons in an astronomical season
71. How many carats is the purest gold?
Answer: 24 carats
72. Who invented Coca-Cola?
Answer: John Stith Pemberton
73. What substance are nails made out of?
74. True or false, hummingbirds can fly backward?
75. How many eyes does a bee have?
76. Where does Santa Claus live?
Answer: The North Pole
77. What is the hardest natural substance?
78. What land animal can open its mouth the widest?
Answer: Hippopotamus amphibius
79. Who painted the Mona Lisa?
Answer: Leonardo da Vinci
80. Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (in 1903)?
Answer: Marie Curie
81. What is the fastest snake in the world?
Answer: Black Mamba
82. Which bone are babies born without?
Answer: Knee cap
83. What team has the longest winning streak in NBA history?
Answer: Los Angeles Lakers
84. What is the most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust?
85. How long can a snail sleep?
Answer: 13 to 15 hours
86. What is the warmest sea on Earth?
Answer: The Red Sea
87. Where is the fastest muscle in the body?
Answer: The eye
88. What is your body’s largest organ?
89. Who was the first Western explorer to reach China?
Answer: Marco Polo
90. What is the only edible food that never expires?
91. Which scientist was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics?
Answer: Albert Einstein
92. What is a female elephant called?
93. Name the world’s biggest island.
94. What is a community of ants called?
95. What’s the first letter on a typewriter?
96. What is the most important symbol in Chinese culture?
97. Which two countries share the longest international border?
Answer: Canada with the United States and Russia and Kazakhstan
98. Name a mammal that can’t jump.
99. What’s the tallest building in the world?
Answer: Burj Khalifa
100. There’s a country name that ends with the letter Q, what is it?
101. What were warriors in Japan known as?
Encourage your children to learn and expand their knowledge. The more they read and know about the world, the brighter they would become. Keep asking them questions and boost their minds.