Children’s Pot Luck – General Knowledge 5 (15 Questions)

Childrens Pot Luck - General Knowledge 5

15 Quiz Questions

  1. On which continent is the country of Brazil?
  2. What is the name of the main fairy in “Peter Pan”?
  3. What is the name of the hero in “The Lion King”?
  4. Buenos Aires is the capital city of which country?
  5. What is the longest snake in the world?
  6. Which sport is played with a shuttlecock?
  7. What type of bird is a pintail?
  8. What type of animal is a Labrador?
  9. In “Finding Nemo”, what is Nemo’s dad called?
  10. What is a baby seal called?
  11. On “Noddy’s Toyland Adventures,” what was the name of Noddy’s clumsy, four-legged friend?
  12. Airing between 1993-1998, the host of which popular children’s science program often wore a blue lab coat and a bow-tie?
  13. “Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?”
  14. On the Island of Sodor, Thomas the Tank Engine wears the number “1” but which of his blue train friends is the number2” engine?
  15. Which character on “SpongeBob SquarePants” is SpongeBob’s best pal who goes jellyfishing with him?

Quiz Answers

  1. South America
  2. Tinkerbell
  3. Simba
  4. Argentina
  5. Python
  6. Badminton
  7. Duck
  8. Dog
  9. Marlin
  10. Pup
  11. Bumpy Dog
  12. Bill Nye, the Science Guy
  13. SpongeBob SquarePants
  14. Edward
  15. Patrick

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