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150 True Or False Questions For Kids (With Answers)

Most of the time, my child is at no loss for words.  Whether he is telling me about LEGOs or about the latest video game, he is talking around a mile a minute.

There are some days though, where we have both run out of words, but still want to talk to each other.  

Enter our ever helpful questions to ask kids!  This is a great way to get to know more about your child besides their undying love of LEGOs and video games!

I think as parents, it is good to have a bit of a backup for times when our brains are not able to come up with cool things to talk about or do right in the moment.

For example, it is very helpful to have some plan for road trip games since this is also a time when you are doing all of the other work that comes with going on a trip.

Having a bit of a plan for the kids is also helpful when it comes to the unexpected change of weather.

These indoor activity for kids will come in handy on those days you wake up to several feet of snow and canceled school.

Another fun way to start conversations with your kids or lead into teaching them about something new is to use True or False questions.

True Or False Questions For Kids


True or False questions are amazing because they can help lead to longer discussions about many topics.  They can even spark a child’s curiosity to learn more about a certain subject.

I have also found that my child remembers things better if the topics are connected with some level of fun or humor. 

So, without further ado, let us take a look at some true or false questions that will have your kids wanting to know more!

Funny True Or False Questions

1. For Valentine’s Day, everyone gets fruitcake. (False)

2. The human body can only walk backwards. (False)

3. The Atlantic Ocean is filled with grape soda. (False)

4. The tallest mountain is made out of ice cream. (False)

5. You can see the Great Wall of China from space. (False)

6 The Earth is square shaped. (False)

7. Worms have eyes. (False)

8. Butterflies taste with their feet. (True)

9. Ostriches bury their heads in the sand when they are afraid. (False)

10. Squishy pillows are filled with Jello (False). 

Easy True Or False Questions


1. The Statue of Liberty is located in the United States. (True)

2. Thomas Edison invented the periodic table. (False)

3. The capital of the United States is Washington DC. (True) 

4. The sky is yellow.  (False)

5. Fire trucks have loud sirens. (True)

6. Grass is green. (True)

7. Cats always land on their feet. (True)

8 Humans have four stomachs. (False)

9. There are 365 days in the year. (True)

10. There are eight days in a week. (False)

True Or False Sports Questions

1. Tennis is played by kicking the ball back and forth over a net. (False)

2. A soccer team is made of eleven players. (True)

3. There are both summer and winter Olympic games. (True)

4.The Tour de France takes place during the summer. (True)

5. Football players wear helmets and padded gear to protect themselves while playing. (True)

6. Basketball teams have twenty players. (False)

7. The Olympics originated in Greece. (True) 

8. NBA stands for the National Basketball Association. (True)

9. A purple flag is waved to indicate the winner of a motor race. (False)

10. In football, the goal posts are yellow. (True)

11. There are five rings in the Olympic symbol. (True)

12. When a bowler makes three strikes in a row, it is called a Chicken. (False- it is called a Turkey)

13. Uneven bars are used in Gymnastics. (True)

True Or False Geography Questions


1. The Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean in the world. (True)

2. Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the Himalayan Mountain range. (True)

3. The Sahara Desert is located in South America. (False)

4. The United Kingdom is located next to France. (True)

5. Vatican City is a country in Europe. (True)

6. The Eiffel Tower is located in Paris. (True)

7. China is the largest country in the world. (False)

8. The Amazon River is the longest river in the world. (False)

9. New Jersey is the location of our nation’s capital.(False)

10. Cape Town is the capital of Australia. (False)

11. The Great Pyramids of Giza are located in Egypt. (True)

12. China borders 14 countries. (True)

13. New York City is the most populated city in the United States. (True)

14. New Zealand is next to Australia. (True)

14. The Nile is the longest river in the world. (True)

15. The continent of Africa covers four hemispheres. (True)

True Or False Disney Questions

1. Walt Disney was the founder of Disney World. (True)

2. Snow White is Disney’s first animated feature film. (True)

3. In Frozen, Elsa’s sister is Annie. (False)

4. The Little Mermaid is named Ariel. (True)

5. Woody is the space ranger in Toy Story. (False)

6. The carriage in Cinderella starts off as a pumpkin. (True)

7. The Princess and the Frog is set in New Orleans. (True)

8. “We don’t talk about Bruno” is a song from Encanto. (True) 

9. The name of the cat in Pinocchio is Figaro. (True)

10. Mufasa is Simba’s brother. (False)

11. Tinker Bell is a human. (False)

12. Stitch tries to act like a dog. (True)

13. Olaf is a reindeer. (False)

14. Pascal and Maximus are animals from the movie Brave. (False)

15. “The Bear Necessities” is a song from Tarzan. (False)

16. Bolt is a dog. (True)

17. Belle’s dress in Beauty and the Beast is yellow. (True)

18. Moana lives on the island of Hawaii. (False- she lives on the island of Montunui)

True Or False Animal Questions

1. The blue whale is the largest animal in the world. (True)

2. Ostriches are flightless birds. (True)

3. A group of crows is called a dance of crows. (False)

4. A group of monkeys is called a troop. (True)

5. Penguins only live at the North Pole.  (False) 

6. Monkeys open bananas from the bottom. (True)

7. All dogs have tails. (False)

8. Bees live in hives. (True)

9. Koala Bears are omnivores. (False)

10. Sharks are mammals. (False)

11. Bears hibernate in the winter. (True)

12. Bats are the only mammal that can fly. (True)

13. A polar bear’s fur is not white, it is colorless. (True)

14. A giraffe’s neck has seven bones. (True)

15. Hummingbirds are the only birds who can fly forwards and backwards. (True)

16. Slugs have one nose. (False- they have four noses!)

17. Crocodiles cannot stick their tongue out. (True)

18. Dalmatians are born with spots. (False- they are born with plain white coats and their spots come in a week later)

19. Cats have no collarbone. (True)

True Or False Food Questions

1. Tomatoes are fruits. (True)

2. You bake food in the oven. (True)

3. Chocolate is made from cocoa beans. (True)

4. Potatoes grow underground. (True)

5. Raspberries are a member of the rose family. (True)

6. Pistachios are the seeds of a fruit. (True)

7. Avocados are vegetables. (False)

8. Cucumbers are 95 percent water. (True)

9. Pound cakes weigh one pound. (False)

10. Applesauce was one of the first foods eaten in space. (True)

11. Figs are flowers, not fruit. (True) 

12. Ketchup used to be used as a medicine. (True)

13. Chocolate used to be used as currency in ancient civilizations of Mexico and South America. (True)

14. In ancient Egypt, radishes, onions and garlic were given to workers as payment. (True)

15. Cauliflower only comes in white. (False)

16. Humans share sixty percent of the same DNA as a banana. (True)

17. It take about 300 peanuts to make one twelve-ounce jar of peanut butter. (False- it takes about 540 peanuts!)

18. French fries were invented in France. (False- they were invented in Belgium)

19. Lemons float in water while limes sink in water. (True)

20. Pineapple fruits take two to three years to grow. (True)

True Or False History Questions

1. Eleanor Roosevelt was the longest serving First Lady in the history of the United States. (True)

2. Queen Elizabeth II was the queen of England for over seventy years. (True)

3. World War I started in 1920. (False)

4. Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States. (True)

5. The smallest unit of matter was identified in 1930. (False)

6. Charlie Chaplin was an actor. (True)

7. The first Academy Awards ceremony was held in 1929. (True)

8. The Leaning Tower of Pisa has always leaned since it was built. (True)

9. Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. (True)

10. China was the first country to use paper money. (True)

11. Easter Island is home to 500 giant head statues. (False- it actually has 887 giant head statues!)

12. Ice pops were accidentally invented in 1905 by a kid! (True)

13. Tug-of- war used to be an Olympic event. (True)

14. A horse became a Senator in ancient Rome. (True)

15. Abraham Lincoln used his top hat to store important papers and notes. (True)

16. The shortest war in history lasted one hour. (False- it lasted only 38 minutes!)

17. People used food sacks to make clothing during the Great Depression. (True)

18. The Great Wall of China is 1,000 years old. (False- it is over 2,300 years old!)

19. The artist Leonardo Da Vinci drew sketches of things like helicopters that would not be invented for hundreds of years. (True)

20.The calendar created by Mayans can still accurately predict solar eclipses. (True)

True Or False Halloween Questions

1. Cinderella is a scary movie. (False)

2. Harry Potter is a story based on historical events. (False)

3. The human skeleton has 206 bones. (True)

4. Vampires have four fangs. (False)

5. Pumpkins are orange. (True)

6. Halloween is on December 31st. (False)

7. Jack O’ Lanterns were originally carved from turnips. (True)

8. Candy corn was originally called Chicken Feed. (True)

9. Halloween originated in America. (False)

True Or False Christmas Questions

1. Santa Claus lives at the Equator. (False)

2. Santa’s sleigh can make it through all of the time zones in the world in one night. (True)

3. The seven dwarfs live with the elves at the North Pole. (False)

4. Rudolf’s nose is red. (True)

5. Santa’s suit is blue. (False)

6. Snow is warm. (False)

7. There are eight reindeer that pull Santa’s sleigh. (True)

8. Christmas is celebrated on November 27th. (False)

9. Elves are tall. (False)

10.Santa’s boots are green. (False)

11. Most kids set out chips and salsa for Santa on Christmas Eve. (False)

12. Candy canes taste like pizza. (False)

13. People hang stockings on their fireplace at Christmas. (True)

14. The Grinch is pink. (False-he is green!)

You can definitely take your pick on these true or false questions.  I find that kids up to a certain age can have very strong beliefs as to whether something is true or false.

While talking about these questions, you can make room to talk about how there are some things that are absolute facts, and some things that are more opinion based.

Some things can also change based on how they are interpreted, for example, Santa’s boots are black.  

Traditionally, that is the case, but he could be drawn with boots of another color and that is alright.

In the end, you know your children the best and will know what they are ready to learn and when they are ready!

I hope that these questions bring you and your little ones a lot of laughs and inspire the curiosity to learn more!  You are never too old (or young!) to learn new things.

And, as always, you’ve got this!