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Welcome to our Kids Trivia Fun! 

Our world is full of surprises and soooo amazing, so we thought we have to include our favorite trivia fun facts for children.

Enjoy our Kids Trivia Fun Facts and be surprised about many of the facts children collected. It's time to impress your teachers and friends about your general knowledge!

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Do you recognise which countries the images refer to? Find out and read about what makes this country so special!

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China is the largest country in the world by population. More than 1.4 billion people of the world's 7.7 billion people live in China! The biggest ethnic group in China are the Han Chinese with 92% of the population. The official national language in China is Standard Chinese known also as Mandarin Chinese.  Mandarin is the largest language in the world when counting only first-language speakers!

Note: The largest country in the world by size is Russia which is almost double the size of China. The largest language by native and foreign language speakers is English.

Read our China Facts here.

Bhutan! Bhutan is a country in the Himalayan mountains in South Asia. This mountain kingdom is the first - and still only - carbon-negative country in the world. This means that the carbon footprint is so small that the nation removes more CO2 from the atmosphere than it emits. The country has large forests which absorb carbon. More than 70% of the land area are forested.

San Francisco' s Lombard Street is the crookedest street in the world

USA. Lombard Street in San Francisco/California is known as the crookedest street in the world.  Lombard Street in San Francisco. The city is also known for its landmark, the red Golden Gate Bridge.

California is with a population of almost 40 million the most populous state of the 50 US states and the third largest state by size. 

California is also the place where one can admire the tallest and most massive trees in the world. The redwood trees grow in the coastal regions of northern California and can reach up to 115m/379 ft in hight.

Germany. Frankfurt boasts one of the most popular Christmas markets in Germany. The tradition of holding special Christmas markets in the festive season was started in 1600. The Christmas tree is a German tradition as well as is decorating this tree with tinsel.

Learn more about Christmas traditions around the world.

Germany is known for its important trade fairs and huge exhibition centres. Among the ten biggest exhibition centres in the world are the four German exhibition sites in Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Cologne and Hannover which has the largest exhibition site in the world. Hannover hosts the world's largest industrial show 'Hannover Messe' every year. In 2020, new technologies and inventions will be presented by companies from over 70 countries and Hannover Messe partner country 2020 is Indonesia.

Read our Germany Facts here.

Singapore Skyline by Night

Singapore. The small South East Asian country is among the richest countries in the world. The city state Singapore has only a population of 5.6 million and is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. 

Singapore is proud of its hawker centre culture that originates from the early 1800s. The hawker centres offer food stalls with traditional dishes of the many different ethnic groups living in this multicultural city.

Read our Singapore Facts here

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Where was this now very common tool invented?

Our modern scissors are an improved design of the first cutting tools were used by the ancient Egyptians. Predecessors of our modern scissors were already used by the Romans in 100 AD.

Pivot scissors with crossed blades, tips and handles were thus most probably invented by the Romans. Italian inventor Leonardo da Vinci later improved the design. What would we do without this useful tool today?

The Romans are credited for many inventions such as the aqueducts, water pipelines to transport water to the cities, bridges and roads amongst many others.

Now let's play some trivia quizzes, simply go to our next page with interesting questions and answers to test your knowledge about the world's continents and countries.

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The Kids Trivia page was last updated and corrected: 8 April 2020

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