150 Funny True Or False Questions For Kids, With Answers

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Playing a quiz with children encourages them to think and makes for a great learning exercise. It is an exciting way to educate them, test their knowledge, and have a fun time. You can ask them true or false questions from different subjects, including their favorite ones, so they don’t get bored and boost their learning abilities.

This post brings a collection of true and false questions for kids from different subjects. The quiz includes an array of easy and difficult questions with answers that promise a fun learning time.

150 True Or False Questions For Kids

  1. The Atlantic Ocean is the largest ocean on the planet.

False

Right answer: Pacific Ocean

  1. Conductors have low resistance.

True

  1. Sharks are mammals.

False

Right answer: They are fish

  1. Tonle Sap is located in Vietnam.

False

Right answer: Cambodia

  1. The Yamuna is the main tributary of the River Ganges in India.

True

  1. The human body comprises four lungs.

False

Right answer: Two

  1. The study of stars is called astronomy.

True

  1. Carnivores are animal eaters.

True

  1. Human skeleton consists of 205 bones.

False

Right answer: 206

  1. Molecules are smaller than electrons.

False

Right answer: Molecules contain electrons and other particles, so they are large.

  1. Mount K2 is the second largest mountain peak in the world.

True

  1. Venice is an Italian city known for its canals.

True

  1. Mars is the closest planet to the Sun.

False

Right answer: Mercury

  1. Protons have a positive charge, whereas electrons have a negative.

True

  1. Saturn is the largest planet in the solar system.

False

Right answer: Jupiter

  1. There are seven continents in the world.

True

  1. You cannot cry in space.

True

  1. River Nile flows through the rainforest in Brazil.

False

Right answer: Amazon river

  1. No word in English rhymes with orange.

True

  1. A range of mountains is called a range.

True

  1. Shinbone is the largest bone in the human body.

False

Right answer: Femur (thighbone)

  1. Cockpit of Europe is the nickname given to France.

False

Right answer: Belgium, because it has won more European battles than any other country.

  1. Thomas Edison, the inventor of the light bulb, was afraid of the dark.

True

  1. Sudan and Egypt are known for pyramids.

True

  1. ‘A’ is the most common alphabet in English.

False

Right answer: ‘E’

  1. Canada is the second-largest country in the world.

True

  1. An element is a pure substance that contains only one type of atom.

True

  1. China is the largest country in Asia.

True

  1. Henry VIII had four wives.

False.

Right answer: Six

  1. Mount Everest is present in the Himalayas.

True

  1. Some animals can get a sunburn.

True

  1. Vatican City is the smallest city in the world.

True

  1. Elephants use their nose to find mates and identify family members.

True

  1. Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system.

True

  1. Crocodiles have sweat glands.

False

  1. Scapula is also called a shoulder bone.

True

  1. D and C in Washington D.C. stand for District of Columbia.

True

  1. The Mediterranean Sea separates Europe and Asia.

False

Right answer: It separates Europe, Africa, and Asia.

  1. Anemometer is used for measuring the speed of the wind.

True

  1. 5 o’clock in the evening is written as 5 am.

False

Right answer: 5 pm.

  1. Grand Central Terminal is the biggest railway station in the world.

True

  1. Geo-stationery satellites rotate from East to West.

False

Right answer: West to East

  1. Kneecap is also known as patella.

True

  1. “Death of Desert” is located in Pakistan.

False

Right answer: Afghanistan

  1. Elephants are the biggest mammals in the world.

False

Right answer: Antarctic Blue Whale

  1. Seeds of cotton get dispersed by water.

False

Right answer: Wind

  1. The Nile is the longest river in Africa.

True

  1. The Palk Strait separates the North and South islands of New Zealand.

False

Right answer: Cook Strait

  1. The egg of a hummingbird is the smallest egg in the world.

True

  1. The smallest unit of matter is called a molecule.

False

Right answer: An atom

  1. The Equator is the latitude that runs through the center of our planet Earth.

True

  1. Mass and weight are not the same.

True

  1. Sydney is the capital of Australia.

False

Right answer: Canberra

  1. Hawaii receives the highest annual average rainfall in the world.

True

  1. Collar bone in the human body is also called Clavicle.

True

  1. Amount of matter during a chemical reaction changes.

False

Right answer: It remains the same

  1. Geomorphology is the study of landforms.

True

  1. Mango has just one seed.

True

  1. 31st January is when the Sun is closest to the Earth.

False

Right answer: 2nd January

  1. Victoria Falls is the largest in the world.

True

  1. An object at rest does have inertia.

True

  1. River Seine passes through London.

False

Right answer: River Thames

  1. Cacti requires a lot of water.

False

  1. The Caspian Sea is the largest lake in the world.

True

  1. The rate of chemical reaction does not depend on temperature.

False

  1. Delaware is the American state with the least number of counties.

True

  1. The Sahara Desert is the biggest desert in the world.

True

  1. Peanuts are legumes.

True

  1. Evergreen trees are common in hilly areas.

False

Right Answer: Hot and humid areas

  1. Holland is also called the Netherlands.

True

  1. Africa is also called the Dark Continent.

True

  1. The North Pole is colder than the South Pole.

False

  1. Water vapor is a colorless gas.

True

  1. Pattern of stars in the sky is called a constellation.

True

  1. Cricket is the national game of India.

False

Right answer: Hockey

  1. Acrophobia is the fear of water.

False

Right answer: It is a fear of heights.

  1. Philately is the collection of stamps.

True

  1. Zimbabwe is also known as Rhodesia.

True

  1. French is the official language of Brazil.

False

Right answer: Portuguese

  1. Australia is the Land of Rising Sun.

False

Right answer: Japan

  1. Iranian Rial is the weakest currency in the world.

True

  1. Penguin is not a bird.

False

  1. The hardest natural mineral is diamond.

True

  1. There are seven players in basketball.

False.

Right answer: Five players from each team

  1. Dogs have 42 teeth.

True

  1. Thalamus is not the largest part of the brain.

True

  1. Zeus was not the king of Gods.

False

  1. Father of medicine is Hippocrates.

True

  1. A group of monkeys is called a herd.

False

Right answer: Troop

  1. The largest artery in the human body is the aorta.

True

  1. Ampere is the unit of electric current.

True

  1. The Peregrine Falcon is the fastest bird in the world.

True

  1. Omnivores feed only on plants.

False

Right answer: They feed on plants and animals

  1. Moon of Saturn is the second-largest moon in the solar system.

True

  1. Tasmania is in Australia.

True

  1. Baby mammals feed on the milk of their mothers.

True

  1. The biggest port in the world is the Port of Shanghai.

True

  1. France is known as the “Eternal City.”

False

Right answer: Rome

  1. Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world.

True

  1. Zebrafish can suffer from the problem of insomnia.

True

  1. Ears are essential for imparting balance to the human body.

True

  1. Intestine is the largest organ of the human body.

False

Right answer: Skin

  1. COVID-19 does not affect kids.

False

  1. Nails are made of keratin.

True

  1. Abraham Lincoln does not have any middle name.

True

  1. Nemo is a kind of pufferfish.

False

Right answer: Clown Fish

  1. Camels can store water in their humps.

False

  1. In Japan, there are square watermelons.

True

  1. China has two time zones.

False

Right answer: One

  1. Elephants take nine months to gestate babies.

False

Right answer: 22 months

  1. The USA shares borders with three countries.

False

Right answer: Two, Canada and Mexico

  1. Molecules are bonded chemically.

True

  1. Saturn is known for the “Great Red Spot.”

False

Right answer: Jupiter

  1. The United Kingdom comprises three countries.

False

Right answer: Four: England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland

  1. The Amazon river has native dolphins.

True

  1. The fruit of lemon has just one seed.

False

  1. Intensity of earthquakes is measured by using the Richter scale.

True

  1. Bats are blind.

False

  1. Japan has left hand sided traffic.

True

  1. Sunlight is not important for germination.

False

  1. Horses can sleep while standing.

True

  1. Female reindeers do not have antlers.

False

  1. Duckweed is a kind of aquatic plant.

True

  1. The USA and China share the longest border in the world.

False

Right answer: USA and Canada

  1. Andes is the longest continental mountain range in the world.

True

  1. Wellington is the capital of New Zealand.

True

  1. Crocodiles shed tears when they eat food.

True

  1. Europe is the most populous continent in the world.

False

Right answer: Asia

  1. Turkey is situated on two continents.

True

  1. Mammals do not give birth to babies.

False

  1. Russia has 11 time zones.

True

  1. Tigers do not know swimming.

False

  1. Mushrooms don’t grow from spores.

False

  1. Step farming is practiced in hilly areas.

True

  1. Botany is the scientific study of plants.

True

  1. Mount Logan is the tallest mountain in Canada.

True

  1. Nassau is the capital city of Bahrain.

False

Right answer: Manama

  1. Mangrove trees can be found in marshy areas.

True

  1. Elephants are blessed with a forever memory.

True

  1. There are no penguins in Africa.

False

  1. The size of the eye of an ostrich is bigger than the brain.

True

  1. Chlorophyll is the cause of green color in plants.

True

  1. Climbing plants are known as vines.

True

  1. Humans came on the Earth before plants.

False

  1. Potato is a root.

False

Right answer: It is a stem.

  1. Peepal trees have a long life.

True

  1. Tibet is also known as the roof of the world.

True

  1. Moon is the main source of energy on Earth.

False

Right answer: Sun

  1. There are one hundred years in a century.

True

  1. A dozen is made of 12 units.

True

If your children are not showing interest in studies, have their little brains working by asking them some general knowledge questions. They would enjoy, learn, and be inspired to know more from different subjects. Remember, children do not always like to study from their books, so you should make efforts and come up with unique educational activities.