Numbers Quiz for Kids





Numbers Quiz

  1. How many strings does a violin have?
  2. In which number house in Downing Street does the Prime Minister live?
  3. How many hearts does an octopus have?
  4. The number two is spelled with three letters (T-W-O), but which number is spelled with the same number of letters as itself?
  5. In the nursery rhyme, how many bears did Goldilocks meet?
  6. How many colours are there in a rainbow?
  7. How many countries in the world have a population of over 1 billion people?
  8. In British history how many King Henrys were there? And how many George's were there too?
  9. How many dalmatians were there in a Walt Disney animated film?
  10. The fastest runners on the planet can run a mile in just under how many minutes?
  11. If you multiply 6 by 9, then add to that a 6 and a 9, what do you get? In otherwords, what does (6 × 9) + (6 + 9) = ?
  12. Which city in Colorado in the United States of America is called the "mile high" city?
  13. How many continents are there in the world?
  14. How many dwarfs was Snow White friends with?
  15. How many dots in total are there on a dice?
  16. What is the only number that can't be represented in roman numerals?
  17. How many seasons of the year are there?
  18. What number is said to be unlucky?
  19. In the well known saying, how many lives does a cat have?
  20. How many squares are there on a chess or draughts board?




Answers:

  1. 4 strings
  2. Number 10 Downing Street
  3. 3 hearts
  4. Four (F-O-U-R are also four letters that spell the number 4)
  5. Three bears
  6. 7 (hint: just remember the name 'ROY G BIV' to know the order of the colours)
  7. Two (China and India)
  8. 8 Henry's. And 8 George's.
  9. 101 dalmations
  10. 4 minutes - the best runners can run a mile in just under 4 minutes
  11. 69
  12. Denver is nicknamed the mile high city
  13. 7 continents (Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia.)
  14. 7 dwarfs (Doc, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy, and Dopey.)
  15. 21 dots (6 + 5 + 4 + 3 + 2 + 1)
  16. Zero (or 0)
  17. 4 seasons (spring, summer, autumn (British English) or fall (US English), and winter.)
  18. 13
  19. 9 lives
  20. 64 squares