How much do you know about the planet you live on? How are things around you? How is the human body? Show your knowledge about nature, mathematics and general knowledge with these easy questions for elementary school children.
1. In which galaxy is the solar system located?
The solar system is located in the Milky Way.
2. How many tentacles does an octopus have?
The octopus has eight tentacles.
3. What are the seasons of the year?
The seasons of the year are: spring, summer, autumn and winter.
4. How many eyes does a fly have?
Flies have two eyes, but each eye is made up of thousands of eyes, known as compound eyes.
5. What is the fourth letter of the alphabet?
The fourth letter of the alphabet is D, which comes after A, B, and C.
6. How many months are in a year?
The year has 12 months: 1) January, 2) February, 3) March, 4) April, 5) May, 6) June, 7) July, 8) August, 9) September, 10) October, 11) November and 12) December.
7. How many sides does a square have?
A square has four equal sides.
8. What color is formed when red and yellow are combined?
When the color red and yellow are combined, the color orange or orange is formed.
9. What is the closest star to planet Earth?
The Sun is the star of the solar system and the closest to our planet Earth.
10. What are the colors of the Mexican flag?
The colors of the Mexican flag are green, white and red.
11. What is the capital of Spain?
Madrid is the capital city of Spain.
12. What language is spoken in Australia?
The official language of Australia is English, since this region was colonized by the English in 1788.
13. Where is the Sahara desert located?
It is found in North Africa.
14. How many lungs does a human have?
Human beings have two lungs in the trunk, one on each side of the heart.
15. What animal produces honey?
Bees are the insects that produce honey from the nectar of flowers.
16. How much is a dozen?
A dozen is the set of 12 things, like a dozen eggs is twelve eggs.
17. What is bigger, a kilo or 100 grams?
A kilo is 1000 grams, therefore, a kilo is bigger.
18. Who was the scientist who discovered the law of gravity?
Isaac Newton was the English physicist who developed the law of universal gravitation, better known as the law of gravity.
19. How many sides does a rhombus have?
The rhombus has four sides.
20. What are the colors of the rainbow?
The colors of the rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, and violet. The rainbow is produced when the sun’s rays pass through the raindrops, forming a multicolored arc.
21. What shape is the Earth?
The Earth is a sphere flattened at the poles and bulging at the equator.
22. What are animals that eat plants called?
Animals that eat plants are called herbivores.
23. What is the red planet?
Mars is the fourth planet in the solar system and is characterized by being red.
24. What animal clucks?
The hen and the rooster are the animals that crow.
25. How many centimeters does a meter have?
A meter has 100 centimeters.
26. Monica is eight years old and her brother is half as old. How old is Monica’s brother?
Half of 8 is the same as dividing 8 by 2, equals 4. Monica’s brother is four years old.
27. How many minutes are half an hour?
Half an hour is 30 minutes, half an hour, which is 60 minutes,
28. What are two-legged animals called?
Animals that have two legs are known as bipeds, like birds. Animals such as horses and dogs, which walk on all fours, are known as quadrupeds.
29. On which continent is India located?
India is located in Asia.
30. How old is a millennium?
A millennium has a thousand years.
31. Where do plants absorb water?
Plants absorb water through their roots.
32. What animals have their bodies covered with feathers?
Birds are animals that have their bodies covered with feathers, unlike mammals that have hair and fish that have scales.
33. How is water composed?
Water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen. Its formula H 2 O means that it has two hydrogen atoms for one oxygen
34. What is the organ that controls the human body?
The brain is the organ that acts as the control center for all the functions of the human body.
35. Where is oil found?
The oil is underground.
36. What is a triceratops?
A triceratops was a dimosaur, which was characterized by having three horns.
37. Which cartoon character gets stronger when he eats spinach?
Popeye is a cartoon who became stronger when he ate spinach.
38. What is the longest bone in the human body?
The femur is the longest bone in the human body, running from the pelvis to the knee.
39. What is the name of the rain that falls in the form of ice balls?
Hail is the precipitation of water in a solid state. This happens due to the cooling of particles inside the cloud and the freezing of the water.
40. In which movie is there a house that flies with balloons?
The movie “Up” from the Disney-Pixar studios shows the journey of Mr. Fredicksen and Russel in a house that floats thanks to helium-filled balloons.
41. Where is Antarctica?
Antarctica is located in the southern hemisphere, at the south pole of the Earth.
42. What sport is practiced as a team kicking a ball to score a goal in the opposing team’s goal?
Soccer or football is played between two teams of 11 players each, in a rectangular field with goals or goals, where each team has to kick a ball and introduce it into the opposite goal, scoring a goal. The team that scores the most goals wins.
43. What is the hardest substance in the human body?
Dental enamel is the hardest substance in the human body that covers the teeth. It is formed by hydroxyapatite, a mineral composed of calcium, phosphorus and oxygen.