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Year 2 Quiz

Just for fun...


Round 6

  1. What is the biggest planet in the solar system?
  2. What 3 colours make up the flag of the United Kingdom?
  3. Who was  Little Red Riding Hood going to visit when she was tricked by the wolf?
  4. What 7 colours make up a rainbow?
  5. Which cartoon character lives in a pineapple under the sea?
  6. What is a group of stars called?
  7. Which mammal has no vocal chords?
  8. Who was the first person to walk on the moon?
  9. What is a group of frogs called?
  10. Is a tomato a fruit or vegetable?

Round 5

  1. What is the name of the organ that pumps blood around the body? Heart
  2. How many hours are in two days? 48
  3. What is the name of a tree that produces conkers? Horse Chestnut Tree
  4. Which famous building did Guy Fawkes try to blow up?  The Houses of Parliament
  5. How many years are there in a millennium? 1000 years
  6. How many days are there in May? 31
  7. Who wrote the children's book 'Room on the Broom'? Julia Donaldson
  8. What do tadpoles turn into? Frogs
  9. On which continent is the South Pole? Antarctica
  10. Can an ostrich fly? No, but they can run very fast!

Round 4

  1. How many vowels are in the English alphabet? 5
  2. On what date in December is Boxing day? 26th 
  3. When does a nocturnal animal sleep, the day or night? The day
  4. Oompa Loompas are a group of workers in which children’s book? Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  5. How many legs does a spider have? 8
  6. How many years are there in a decade? 10 years
  7. Who wrote the children's book 'Gangsta Granny'? David Walliams
  8. How many days are there in a fortnight? 14
  9. Merci means thank you in which European language? French
  10. Which continent do we live in? Europe

Round 3

  1. What is the inverse (opposite) of multiply? Divide
  2. Which do the petals on a flower do? Attract pollinators such a bees and butterflies 
  3. What is the name of the Prime Minister? Boris Johnson
  4. What is the name of a baby duck? Duckling
  5. What is french for 'yes'?  Oui
  6. Which is the smallest continent in the world? Australia
  7. What is the capital city of Wales? Cardiff
  8. Which month comes after April and before June? May
  9. I am thinking of a number. It is odd. It is more than 47 but less than 50. What number am I? 49
  10. An exclamation sentence must start with H __ __ or W __ __ __.  How or What

Round 2

  1. What is the name of an 8 sided shape? Octagon
  2. Which part of a plant absorbs water and minerals from the soil? Roots
  3. What is the name of a baby cow? Calf
  4. What is french for the number 5? Cinq 
  5. What is the name given to a group of birds? Flock
  6. What is the capital city of Scotland? Edinburgh
  7. Where did the Great Fire of London start? In a bakery on Pudding Lane
  8. What is the opposite of transparent? Opaque
  9. Who was was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean? Amelia Earhart
  10. The opposite of rough is...? Smooth

Round 1

  1. What year was the Great Fire of London?  1666
  2. Who wrote the book; The Twits? Roald Dahl
  3. What colour do you get if you mix red and green together? Brown
  4. Which is the largest continent in the world? Asia
  5. How many hours are there in a day? 24
  6. Which 4 countries make up the United Kingdom? England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales
  7. If a material is transparent, what does that mean? It means light can pass through it and you can see through it too.
  8. What is the capital city of England? London
  9. What is a 5 sided shape called? Pentagon
  10. What is the name given to an animal that only eats plants? Herbivore