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Halloween Trivia for Students is a great way to keep students entertained and perfect for classroom Halloween Party. Quiz Kids over its history, origins, traditions and much more with this collection of 100 amazing Hard and Easy Halloween Trivia Questions With Answers!
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We bet everyone from preschoolers, kindergarten to older kids and adults will love this Halloween Quiz and sneak in a tonne of ghoulish Halloween facts!
Easy Halloween Trivia For Kids
From everything orange and black to all things spooky, this fun easy Halloween questions and answers for kids will test your wits!
Just the perfect recipe for a Fun Halloween Party With Kids, these spellbinding questions will get you scratching your head and diving into the ghoulish stuff.
So don on your Halloween costumes, dust-off your spell books and get ready for Halloween Trivia like no other. From easy Halloween History trivia to Halloween Animal Trivia, we have got everything under our spell!
1. Halloween is also known as ? Answer: All Saints’ Eve
2. In which month do you celebrate Halloween? Answer: October
3. Which is the most popular Halloween candy? Answer: Reese’s Peanut Butter cups
4. Which household item does a witch use to fly? Answer: Broomstick!
5. Which mammal associated with Halloween is capable of flying? Answer: Bat
6. How many legs does a spider have? Answer: Eight!
7. Which Halloween monster is wrapped in bandages? Answer: Mummy
8. Which vegetable is considered to repel a vampire? Answer: Garlic
9. Where do you go to pick a pumpkin? Answer: Pumpkin Patch!
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10. How many colors of M&M’s are there in a normal bag? Answers: Six – Orange, Red, Green, Blue, Brown & Yellow
11. What is a male witch called? Answer: Warlock.
12. What are the names of Hocus Pocus witches? Answer: Winifred, Sarah, and Mary!
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13. What is the pot used by witches to brew potions called? Answers: Cauldron
14. Which creature turns into a wolf at full moon? Answer: Werewolf
15. What is used to carve out Jack-O-Lanterns? Answer: Pumpkin
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16. Which Halloween candy was originally called “Chicken Feed”? Answer: Candy Corn
17. Who voices Count Dracula in Hotel Transylvania? Answer: Adam Sandler
18. What is the name of the bride of Frankenstein? Answer: Elizabeth
19. What is the order of the colours on candy corn from top to bottom? Answer: White at the top, Orange in the centre and Yellow at the bottom.
20. What is used as a symbol of Halloween? Answer: A carved pumpkin
21. Complete the Halloween song “Who you gonna call? ” Answer: Ghostbusters!
22. In Roald Dahl’s “The Witches”, witches turn children into? Answer: Mice
23. Who is the most famous vampire of all time? Answer: Dracula
24. What is traditionally used to scare off evil spirits on Halloween? Answer: Jack-O-Lanterns
25. The popular custom of walking around the neighbourhood in costume and asking for treats on Halloween is called? Answer: Trick-Or-Treat!
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26. What is the name of the good witch in The Wizard of Oz? Answer: Glenda
27. Which popular game is played on halloween that involves catching apples? Answer: Apple Bobbing
28. What is the name of the friendly ghost in the movie ‘Casper’? Answer: Casper
29. Which animal is considered a witch’s best friend? Answer: Cat
30. Which U.S. state produces the most pumpkins? Answer: Illinois
Hard Halloween Trivia For Kids
Make Halloween night exciting with this Hard Halloween Trivia for kids and family. Sure to trick you, these tricky Halloween quiz questions will test the smartest and biggest Halloween fans.
Be prepared to answer questions on Halloween candy, movies, history and traditions!
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31. Which U.S. state buys the most candy on Halloween? Answer: Utah
32. What was the first Halloween festival called? Answer: Samhain
33. Who created the Frankenstein monster? Answer: Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
34. What is having a fear of Halloween called? Answer: Samhainophobia
35. Which spooky holiday comes after Halloween, when people remember and honor their dead? Answer: The Day Of the Dead on November 2
36. Halloween originated as an ancient festival of? Answer: Celts
37. What does the Halloween colour ‘Orange’ represent? Answer: The Season of Harvest
38. According to medieval superstition, what does spotting a spider on Halloween indicate? Answer: It means the spirit of your loved one is watching over you!
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39. What is the fear of fear called? Answer: Phobophobia!
40. Halloween originated from which country? Answer: Ireland
41. Which was the first city to celebrate Halloween in America? Answer: Anoka, Minnesota in 1920
42. Which vegetables were used to be carved into a jack-o-lantern in Ireland? Answer: Turnips & Potatoes
43. Who was the First Lady to start the Halloween decorations at the White House? Answer: First Lady Mamie Eisenhower
44. Which American city hosts the annual Village Halloween Parade? New York
45. Which country holds the title for producing the heaviest pumpkin? Answer: Italy with the pumpkin weighing a massive 1226 kg.
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46. What is the name of the world’s biggest Halloween parade? Answer: The Greenwich Halloween Parade, Manhattan
47. Which historical figure is Dracula based on? Answer: Vlad the Impaler
48. Which castle is known as Dracula’s castle? Answer: Bran Castle in Romania
49. What is the name of the protagonist in the movie ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’? Answer: Jack Skellington
50. What did Bram Stoker originally name Dracula in his book? Answer: Count Wampyr!
51. Eyebrows, tattoos and long middle fingers symbolize which Halloween creature? Answer: Werewolf!
52. How much does the average American household spend on Halloween candy each year? Answer: $29.51
53. What is an orange, red and white candy you might get during trick or treating? Answer: Candy Corn
54. In which state is it illegal to dress up as a priest or nun for Halloween? Answer: State of Alabama
55. What is the name of the ghostly dog that haunts the famous British castle, Glamis Castle? Answer: The Grey lady!
56. A broom made by tying twigs around a stick is called? Answer: Besom
57. In which country Sugar skulls are made on Halloween? Answer: Mexico
58. What is the name of Dr Frankenstein’s assistant? Answer: Fritz
59. Who sang the classic Halloween song “Thriller”? Answer: Michael Jackson
60. What is the fear of ghosts called? Answer: Phasmophobia
61. What is the fear of masks called? Answer: Masklophobia
62. Where does the Disney Halloween parade start? Answer: Frontierland
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63. The tradition of Trick-or-Treat is inspired by which custom? Answer: The custom of Souling
64. The day after Halloween is called? Answer: All Saints Day
65. Which traditional cake is baked in Ireland on Halloween? Answer: Barnbrack
True Or False: Halloween Questions
Now that you have gone through the Halloween questions and answers, it is time to test what you learned! These funny True or False Halloween questions are super fun and just the perfect conversation starters for a Halloween party.
65. Annabelle is based on an actual doll? Is that true or false? Answer: True
66. Halloween marks the onset of winter season – True or False? Answer: True
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67. Pumpkin is a vegetable – True or False? Answer: False! It is considered a fruit.
68. Día de las Brujas is the Mexican equivalent of Halloween – True or False? Answer: True
69. Candy corn was originally called bird feed – True or False? Answer: False – It was called Chicken Feed
70. According to belief, witches could transform themselves into owls – True or False? Answer: True
71. Halloween originated in America – True or False? Answer: False – It originated in Ireland!
72. Jack-o-Lanterns are named after a man called Stingy Jack – True or False? Answer: True
73. Bonfire are lit in Ireland to mark Halloween – True or False? Answer: True
74. Dutch immigrants brought Halloween to America – True or False? Answer: False. Halloween was brought to the United States by Irish immigrants.
75. Halloween marks the Celtic new year – True or False? Answer: True
76. Halloween is the largest commercial holiday in the United States of America – True or False? Answer: False – The largest commercial holiday is Christmas followed by Halloween.
77. Early Jack-O-Lanterns were carved out of potatoes and turnips – True or False? Answer: True. After the potato famine, pumpkins were used instead.
78. According to folklore, Halloween is the time when spirits can mingle with the living – True or False? Answer: True
79. Onions are believed to ward off vampires – True or False? Answer: False – Garlic is believed to ward off vampires.
80. Ireland hosts the world’s biggest Halloween parade – True or False? Answer: False – Manhattan hosts the world’s biggest Halloween parade.
81. Victor Frankenstein wrote the novel “Frankenstein” – True or False? Answer: False – Correct Answer is Mary Shelly.
82. Candy corn is the most loved and popular candy on Halloween – True or False? Answer: False – It is Reese’s Peanut Buttercups.
83. Black colour on Halloween symbolises death- True or False? Answer: True
84. The fear of darkness is called nyctophobia – True or False? Answer: True!
85. White house is decorated for Halloween and welcomes costumed guests – True or False? Answer: True
86. The day after Halloween is called All Saints Day – True or False? Answer: True
87. Besom is the name given to the traditional broom made by wrapping twigs around a wooden stick – True or False? Answer: True
88. Samhain marks the onset of Harvest season – True or False? Answer: False. It marks the end of harvest and the beginning of winter.
89. Utah state is the largest producer of pumpkins in the United States of America – True or False? Answer: False. The title is with Illinois.
90. Another name for All Hallows eve is Halloween – True or False? Answer: True
91. According to folklore, spotting a black cat on Halloween brings bad luck – True or False? Answer: True
92. A group of witches is called a coven – True or False? Answer: True
93. Utah was the first US state to celebrate Halloween – True or False? Answer: False. Correct answer is Minnesota
94. Dia De Los Muertos is also called “The Day of the Dead” – True or False? Answer: True
95. Arachnophobia is the fear of spiders – True or False? Answer: True!
96. Using Silly String on Halloween can get you a $1,000 fine in Hollywood – True or False? Answer: True
97. The novel Frankenstein was first published in 1818 – True or False? Answer: True!
98. Harry Houdini, the famous magician, died on Halloween in 1926 – True or False? Answer: True
99. All Hallows’ Eve is the night after All Saints’ Day – True or False? Answer : False
100. Halloween celebrations in Spain last for three days – True or False? Answer: True
1. Which vegetable is considered to repel a vampire?
2. What is a male witch called?
3. What is the name of the bride of Frankenstein?
4. In Roald Dahl’s “The Witches”, witches turn children into?
5. Which animal is considered a witch’s best friend?
6. Which U.S. state produces the most pumpkins?
7. What is the fear of fear called?
8. In which country Sugar skulls are made on Halloween?
9. A group of witches is called a coven – True or False?