120 Unique Easy Trivia Questions and Answers for All Ages

💡 The Best List of Easy Trivia Questions and Answers.

Last update: 2021-06-21

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  1. Easy Trivia Questions and Answers

Ready to play trivia? But don't want it to be too difficult? These easy trivia questions are for all age groups. Not just kids. Adults, too! Play these trivia questions with friends, family, colleagues (during team-building exercises), and more. Play in person or over a text message.

Don't forget to grab the free PDF contained at the bottom of this article. If playing in person, it can make it easier to read each trivia question to the group.

Have fun playing trivia! And enjoy your game night!

How to Play

To play trivia, gather friends or family together and bring your favorite food and drink. Prepare with a pencil and paper for each player. Then, choose one player to be the "game head." This is the person who is going to read the trivia questions to the group.

Once the game head has asked a trivia question, each player should write their answers on their sheet of paper. After anywhere from 20 to 50 questions have gotten prompted to the group, the player with the most points wins the round. In order to score points, a player must answer the trivia question correctly. The fun trivia questions listed below are easy and for players who beginner knowledge.

This game can be played in round table format and through text message groups, as well. Have fun!

Easy Trivia Questions and Answers

Perfect for friends and family of all age groups!

Trivia Question: Who is the voice of Woody in Toy Story?

Answer: Tom Hanks.

Trivia Question: How long is the Golden Gate bridge?

Answer: 8,981 feet.

Trivia Question: How many stars are in our solar system?

Answer: One star.

Trivia Question: When did World War I begin?

Answer: 1914.

Trivia Question: How many planets are in our solar system?

Answer: 8.

Trivia Question: Who holds the world record for eating the most amount of hot dogs?

Answer: Joey Chestnut.

Trivia Question: Who is the writer of Harry Potter?

Answer: J.K. Rowling.

Trivia Question: What is Harry Potter's pet owl named?

Answer: Hedwig.

Trivia Question: How many movies are in the Harry Potter series?

Answer: 8.

Trivia Question: Who was the first woman pilot?

Answer: Amelia Earhart.

Trivia Question: Who is the inventor of the basketball hoop?

Answer: James Naismith.

Trivia Question: What is Han Solo's ship called in Star Wars?

Answer: Millennium Falcon.

Trivia Question: What year did the Titanic sink?

Answer: 1912.

Trivia Question: What was the main character's name in the film "Pretty Woman?"

Answer: Vivian Ward.

Trivia Question: Which city hosted the first Olympics?

Answer: Greece.

Trivia Question: What baseball team has won the most MLB championships?

Answer: New York Yankees.

Trivia Question: Which fictional character does 30% of society believe is real?

Answer: Sherlock Holmes.

Trivia Question: What country consumes the most chocolate?

Answer: Switzerland.

Trivia Question: What American football team went an entire season without any losses?

Answer: The Miami Dolphins.

Trivia Question: George Harrison was part of what popular musical group?

Answer: The Beatles.

Trivia Question: How long is the great barrier reef?

Answer: 1,429 miles long.

Trivia Question: Who played "Jack" in the film, "Titanic?"

Answer: Leonardo DiCaprio.

Trivia Question: What country hosted the first Olympics?

Answer: Athens, Greece.

Trivia Question: What country gifted the United States the Statue of Liberty?

Answer: France.

Trivia Question: How many bones are in the human body?

Answer: 206 bones.

Trivia Question: How many sports are played in the Olympic Games?

Answer: 35 different sports.

Trivia Question: How many points was an American football touchdown worth in the year 1911?

Answer: 5 points.

Trivia Question: How long is the world's longest french fry?

Answer: 34-inches long.

Trivia Question: Where were potatoes once used as a currency?

Answer: The South Atlantic island of Tristan da Cunha.

Trivia Question: What is the only fruit to bear seeds on the outside?

Answer: A strawberry.

Trivia Question: What was ice cream once called?

Answer: Cream ice.

Trivia Question: Are peanuts a nut? True or false?

Answer: False.

Trivia Question: What color were carrots originally?

Answer: Purple.

Trivia Question: What plant family are cherries from?

Answer: The rose family.

Trivia Question: Why do apples float in water?

Answer: Because they're 1/4 air.

Trivia Question: What fruit will bounce like a ball when it's ripe?

Answer: Cranberries.

Trivia Question: What sport did Abe Lincoln play before he was president?

Answer: Wrestling.

Trivia Question: Who was the first player to hit a home run in the All-Star game of 1933?

Answer: Babe Ruth.

Trivia Question: What weather event can be faster than a Formula One race car?

Answer: A tornado.

Trivia Question: What was the fastest recorded raindrop?

Answer: 18mph.

Trivia Question: Why are clouds white?

Answer: Because they are reflecting sunlight above them.

Trivia Question: What electric weather event can be five times hotter than the sun?

Answer: Lightning.

Trivia Question: What year did tropical storms and hurricanes start earning names?

Answer: 1953.

Trivia Question: Name the only planet to spin clockwise?

Answer: Venus.

Trivia Question: How long are Neptune's days?

Answer: 16 hours long.

Trivia Question: How long will the footprints on the moon be there?

Answer: 100 million years.

Trivia Question: What was the name of the first hominid chimp in space?

Answer: Ham.

Trivia Question: What were the first animals in space?

Answer: Fruit flies.

Trivia Question: How long is one day on Venus in comparison to Earth?

Answer: 8 months.

Trivia Question: How long do reindeer travel in a single year?

Answer: 3,000 miles.

Trivia Question: Where was the largest fossil spider found?

Answer: China.

Trivia Question: Where are more than 10% of a cat's bones located?

Answer: In its tail.

Trivia Question: Where is a shrimp's heart?

Answer: In its head.

Trivia Question: What part of an Ostrich is larger than its brain?

Answer: Its eye.

Trivia Question: What body part does a fox use to communicate?

Answer: They're tail.

Trivia Question: Sloths are particularly good at doing what water sport?

Answer: The backstroke.

Trivia Question: What year did Wilt Chamberlain score 100 points in a single NBA game?

Answer: 1962.

Trivia Question: How many seams are on an American baseball?

Answer: 108 seams.

Trivia Question: What can grow four times faster than toenails?

Answer: Fingernails.

Trivia Question: What never stops growing on your body?

Answer: Your nose and ears.

Trivia Question: What's the name of the toy cowboy in the movie "Toy Story?"

Answer: Woody.

Trivia Question: What city in the United States has microclimates?

Answer: San Francisco.

Trivia Question: What is the largest ocean on Earth?

Answer: The pacific ocean.

Trivia Question: What is the rarest blood type on Earth?

Answer: AB negative.

Trivia Question: Who officially made Valentine's Day a holiday?

Answer: Henry VIII.

Trivia Question: What was the first company to put Santa Claus on a soda?

Answer: Coca-Cola.

Trivia Question: Where do Acai berries originate from?

Answer: South America.

Trivia Question: What was the name of Simba's father in the Lion King?

Answer: Mufasa.

Trivia Question: How many cells does the human body contain?

Answer: 100 trillion cells.

Trivia Question: Your blood is as salty as the ocean, true or false?

Answer: True.

Trivia Question: What is the first-ever Disney film?

Answer: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Trivia Question: What is the tallest building in the world?

Answer: Burj Khalifa.

Trivia Question: In what city is the White House located?

Answer: Washington, D.C.

Trivia Question: What American city makes the most egg rolls sold in grocery stores?

Answer: Houston, TX.

Trivia Question: How many kinds of bats are in the world?

Answer: 1,000.

Trivia Question: What is illegal to do while standing near the Queen?

Answer: Not wear socks.

Trivia Question: What part of the world is the only place bees cannot be found?

Answer: Antarctica.

Trivia Question: How many eyes do caterpillars have? A

Answer: 12.

Trivia Question: What are the only two animals to sleep standing up?

Answer: Cows and horses.

Trivia Question: Humans have unique fingerprints and what else?

Answer: Tongue prints.

Trivia Question: How long would it take to drive to space?

Answer: One hour.

Trivia Question: How many noses does a slug have?

Answer: 4.

Trivia Question: What percentage of Earth is covered in water?

Answer: 70%.

Trivia Question: What direction is physically impossible for pigs to look?

Answer: Up.

Trivia Question: What percentage of water is the human body?

Answer: 70%.

Trivia Question: What direction can kangaroos not walk?

Answer: Backward.

Trivia Question: How many times greater is a dog's hearing than a human's?

Answer: 10 times.

Trivia Question: How many people in the world have played the board game "Monopoly?"

Answer: 480 million people.

Trivia Question: A Tiger's skin is striped like its fur, true or false?

Answer: True.

Trivia Question: How do frogs drink water?

Answer: Through their skin.

Trivia Question: How long does the average yawn last?

Answer: 6-seconds.

Trivia Question: What is the only word in the English dictionary that doesn't have another word that rhymes with it?

Answer: Orange.

Trivia Question: How many muscles are used when you take a step?

Answer: 200 different muscles.

Trivia Question: What is a group of frogs called?

Answer: An army.

Trivia Question: What fruit do humans share 50% of their DNA with?

Answer: A banana.

Trivia Question: What is the only bird that can fly backward?

Answer: A hummingbird.

Trivia Question: All babies are born with blue eyes, true or false?

Answer: True.

Trivia Question: Where did french fries originate from?

Answer: Belgium.

Trivia Question: How many smells can the human nose smell?

Answer: 3 trillion different scents.

Trivia Question: What color blood does an octopus have?

Answer: Blue.

Trivia Question: Who plays the young Jedi Knight that turns into Darth Vader in the Star Wars movie?

Answer: Jake Lloyd.

Trivia Question: What year was the first pizza delivery made?

Answer: 1889.

Trivia Question: What is the craziest flavor of ice cream sold in Japan?

Answer: Eel.

Trivia Question: What does the word "astronaut" mean in greek?

Answer: Star and sailor.

Trivia Question: How long can a crocodile hold its breath underwater?

Answer: Two hours.

Trivia Question: How many beats per second do a hummingbird flap its wings?

Answer: 200 times per second.

Trivia Question: How many water parks exist in North America?

Answer: More than 1,200.

Trivia Question: What temperature must a sidewalk be to cook an egg?

Answer: 158 degrees.

Trivia Question: What is a group of jellyfish called?

Answer: A smack.

Trivia Question: What percent of Antarctica is ice-free?

Answer: Less than 1%.

Trivia Question: What was the highest wave surfed?

Answer: Higher than a 10-story building.

Trivia Question: What is the world's smallest fruit called?

Answer: A utricle.

Trivia Question: What state has the highest concentration of shopping malls?

Answer: New Jersey.

Trivia Question: What animal laughs when it's tickled?

Answer: Apes.

Trivia Question: What part of our body contains traces of gold?

Answer: Our hair.

Trivia Question: What are naked role rats sometimes referred to as?

Answer: Sand puppies.

Trivia Question: What was George Washington's favorite pastime?

Answer: Exploring caves.

Trivia Question: How many gallons of milk does it take to make 1 gallon of ice cream?

Answer: 1.5 gallons.

Trivia Question: What is the dirtiest item in the common household?

Answer: The TV remote.

Trivia Question: Who was the first president of the United States?

Answer: George Washington.

Trivia Question: Who was the first person to win a Nobel prize?

Answer: Henry Dunant.

Trivia Question: When was the first world cup played?

Answer: 1930.

Trivia Question: What's the capital of Russia?

Answer: Moscow.

Trivia Question: Why is July 4th a famous day in the U.S.?

Answer: Independence day.

Trivia Question: Who was the first female to fly around the world?

Answer: Amelia Earhart.

Trivia Question: Who is the current prime minister of Canada (as of 2021)?

Answer: Justin Trudeau.

Bonus: Easy Animal Trivia Questions

Trivia Question: How many legs does a spider have?

Answer: 8.

Trivia Question: What do you call a group of pigs?

Answer: A litter.

Trivia Question: What type of dog does the royal family famously own?

Answer: Corgi dogs.

Bonus: Hard Trivia Questions

If these were too easy, try these.

Trivia Question: What is the most popular Christmas movie of all time?

Answer: Home Alone.

Trivia Question: What year was popcorn first invented?

Answer: 1621.

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