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Fun trivia questions and answers for middle schoolers
What do we call it when birds fly to warmer regions for the winter?
Which parts of the body keep growing throughout our entire lives?
The nose and ears.
How many legs do spiders have?
What do you call people that study rocks?
Who was the first person to step on the moon?
What is the largest known living land mammal?
An African elephant.
What do we call precipitation that falls in ice crystal form?
What is the hardest substance in the human body?
What are the three states of matter?
Liquids, gases, and solids.
General trivia questions and answers for middle school
What is the largest organ in the body?
How many breaths do we take in an average day?
What do we call the droplets of water (rain, snow, sleet, or hail) forming in the atmosphere that falls back to the Earth?
What event does the Richter scale measure?
How many bones do worms have in their bodies?
What are the hardest naturally-formed substances on the planet?
What is the average temperature of the human body?
98.6 degrees Fahrenheit.
How many tentacles do octopi have?
Simple but hard middle school trivia questions
What kind of mollusk holds a pearl within its shell?
How many arms do starfish have?
Which sea animal has stinging tentacles?
What is the longest and strongest bone in the human body?
How many bones are there in the human body?
What is the name of the smallest bone in the human body?
The “stapes” in the middle ear
How many ribs do people have?
24 (12 pairs).
Animal Middle School Trivia Questions
What is the fastest land animal on the planet?
The cheetah it’s clocked at speeds of 70 miles per hour.
Which fish has no heart or brain?
What is the slowest living animal on the planet?
Are worker bees female or male?
How many noses do slugs have?
Which species of dinosaur had 15 horns?
Which amphibian never goes to sleep?
How can cats squeeze through tight spaces?
Because they have flexible collarbones.
Which ocean-going animal has a skeleton made of cartilage?
Middle School Space Trivia
How many stars does the Milky Way contain?
Somewhere between 150 to 250 billion.
Which planet in the Solar System has a ring?
Is the sun a planet or a star?
How long does it take the earth to rotate around the sun once?
How many planets are smaller than Earth?
Three – Mars, Mercury, and Venus.
What causes the ocean tides through its gravitational pull on the Earth?
Does the moon have a gravitational force?
Yes. It’s approximately 1.62 m/s² or 1/6th of the Earth’s gravitational force.
History Middle School Trivia
Which Japanese city did the US bomb first in WW2?
When did the US achieve Independence from the British?
July 2, 1776.
Who was the first US President to experience impeachment?
Who was the first female pilot to fly an airplane?
Which inventor is responsible for developing the telephone?
Alexander Graham Bell.
Which inventor is responsible for developing the light bulb?
Who was the first US president?
Which country was the first to host the Olympic Games?
What animal is the national bird of America?
The bald eagle.
Who was the first African-American president of America?
Which country invented paper money?
Mathematics Middle School Trivia Questions
How many degrees does a circle have?
What kind of triangle has three unequal sides?
A scalene triangle.
How many inches are in a foot?
What is the next in the sequence of million, billion, and trillion?
How many feet are there in a yard?
What is the top number on a fraction called?
What is the bottom number on a fraction called?
What is the name of the perimeter of a circle?