Trivia Questions and Riddles for Kids
501 Riddles and Trivia Questions: For Teachers of Kids (7-13) is the book that belongs in every busy teacher’s personal library. There are a variety of categories (countries around the world, sports, people, food, pop-culture, etc.) and three different levels (easy, medium, difficult) so you’re sure to find something that will work for your class.
Ideal for Students in Any Country
Unlike most of the trivia that you can find out there on the Internet, it’s general enough that it will work for students in just about any country. The language is simple and the topics are general and not specific to the USA or England (like many other trivia questions you might find).
How Can I Use this Trivia for Kids?
- Amazon Kindle Edition
- Bolen, Jackie (Author)
- English (Publication Language)
- 62 Pages - 01/13/2016 (Publication Date)
You can use these trivia and riddles for:
- Warm-Up. Use a few at the beginning of class to get student’s brains activated.
- Time-Filler. No more hangman! Use these trivia questions if you happen to finish your lesson a few minutes early.
- Game Days. A group trivia challenge will work well.
- Early Finisher Tasks. You know that one kid who always finishes everything really quickly? Have a stack of these trivia questions ready!
- Internet Research. Perfect for teaching students how to find information on the Internet. These worksheets will keep your students on track and focused for the duration of the activity.
- Other purposes. The sky really is the limit so use your imagination!
Comes with Downloadable PDF Worksheets (Color, or Black + White)
The best part about this book is that it comes with links to downloadable PDF worksheets, in both color and black and white. And of course, we’ve included the answers for the teacher as well so that you don’t waste your time trying to find them.
Make your Lesson Planning Easier
It’s lesson planning made easy. Really, really easy. Just print them off and go. Keep a stack in the back of your folder in case of emergency. You never know when they’ll come in handy.
Ideal for an Emergency Activity
Seriously. I always like to have some emergency activities for those last minute classes that get thrown at me. You probably do too!
Or, for when you have a few extra minutes and nothing to fill the time with. Hand out a worksheet to each group of 4 and let your students get to it. It’s a fun way to fill some time with an educational activity.
Get your Copy of Riddles and Trivia Questions Today
Pick up your copy of 501 Riddles and Trivia Questions: For Teachers of Kids (7-13) today and inject a little more fun in your classes tomorrow! Just say no to another round of boring hangman! Your students will be far happier with these challenging riddles and trivia questions.
Available in Digital and Print Formats
You can get the book on Amazon in both print and digital formats. The digital format is downloadable onto any device by getting the free Kindle reading app.
Keep a copy on the bookshelf in your office for lesson planning. Or, take the digital copy with you to your favorite coffee shop for lesson planning on the go. Either way, it’s super easy to have hundreds of simple trivia questions at your fingertips.
Where Can I Get this Book of Riddles?
Yes, it really is that easy to make your classes with kids even better. Check out this popular book for yourself over on Amazon:
Where Can I See Some Samples of the Book?
Before I buy anything, I like to try before I buy. It’s just the way that I work because I like to know what I’m getting. Maybe you’re kind of the same as me.
If that’s the case, then you can check out two of the PDF downloads here:
Have a look, and if you like it? Well, buy the book because there’s lots more good stuff there!
ESL Trivia Questions on YouTube
Another top source for riddles or trivia for your English learners is on YouTube. Check out the short video below for one great example of them. Consider using this for a quick, easy warm-up with almost no effort on your part.
Love it? I sure do! And I’m confident that you will too.
Have your Say about 501 Riddles and Trivia Questions for Kids
What are your thoughts about these riddles that are ideal for ESL teachers? Do you have a go-to source for trivia for kids that you’d like to share with us? Leave a comment below and let us know what you think. We’d love to hear from you.
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