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True or False Questions for Kids

It’s quiz time! Parents, here are 301 true or false questions to ask your kids.

Some are easy, some are harder – but all of them will help you get to know your little one better.

So put on your thinking caps and see how many questions you can answer correctly!

What are true or false questions for kids?

True or false questions are a great way to test your kids’ knowledge on various topics. They can be used to assess their understanding of facts and concepts or to get them thinking critically. Plus, they’re just plain fun!

What are the benefits of true or false questions for kids?

True or false questions are a great way to test your kids’ knowledge on various topics. Kids often have to make quick decisions when answering true or false questions, which can help them develop critical thinking skills.

These questions often require kids to pay attention to detail to find the correct answer. This can help them learn to read with comprehension and pick out important information.

True or false questions can be a great way to spark kids’ curiosity and get them excited about learning. When presented with an exciting question, kids often want to know more about the topic and do their research. It can be a valuable tool for educators and parents alike.

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True or false questions are a great way to:

  • Test your kids’ knowledge on a variety of topics
  • Get them thinking critically
  • Spark their curiosity
  • Help them learn to make reasoned arguments
  • Encourage them to pay attention to detail

True or False Questions for Kids

How can I use true or false questions with my kids?

Did you know you can use true or false questions with your kids to help them learn? It’s true! True or false questions can be used in several ways, depending on your goals. Here are some ideas:

  1. As a fun way to test your kids’ knowledge on a particular topic — This can be a great way to see what they know and don’t know and allow you to fill in any gaps in their knowledge.
  2. To assess their understanding of specific facts or concepts — This is a great way to gauge how well your kids understand something. If they have trouble getting the correct answer, it may be a sign that they need more explanation or practice.
  3. To get them thinking critically about an issue or problem — True or false questions can be a great way to stimulate critical thinking. They’ll have to think about the issue by forcing them to choose between two options.
  4. As a starting point for a discussion on a controversial issue — If you’re discussing something controversial with your kids, starting with true or false questions can be a great way to ease into the conversation. Getting them to think about the issue from both sides will make them better prepared to discuss it openly and respectfully.
  5. To encourage them to pay attention to detail — If you want your kids to pay attention to what they’re learning, true or false questions can be a great way to do that. Focusing on specific details will make them more likely to remember them later.

Recommended Reading: Trivia Questions for Kids! In addition to True or False questions, trivia is a great way to keep the kids active and learning!

How to ask your kid true or false questions.

If you’re looking for a fun and interactive way to spend time with your kid, true or false questions are a great option. Not only will they help your child learn some new things, but they’ll also get to test their knowledge and have a good time in the process.

  1. Start by asking a true or false question to get your child’s attention
  2. Ask them questions that are easy to answer, like “Do dogs have tails?”
  3. Gradually move on to more complicated questions, like “Can you balance an egg on its end?”
  4. Encourage your child to think about the answers and explain why they believe what they do
  5. Laugh together when they get some of the questions wrong – it’s all part of the learning process!

101 True or False Questions for Kids.

  1. All dogs have tails. (False. Some breeds of dogs, like the Australian shepherd, are born without tails.)
  2. The moon orbits around Earth. (True)
  3. Cats always land on their feet. (True)
  4. Humans have four stomachs. (False. Humans have one stomach.)
  5. Bears live in the Arctic. (True)
  6. Ostriches can fly. (False. Ostriches are flightless birds.)
  7. You can see the Great Wall of China from space. (False)
  8. Santa Claus is honest. (This one’s up to you!)
  9. Penguins live in the North Pole. (True)
  10. Giraffes have no knees. (False! Giraffes have seven joints in their necks.)
  11. The Earth is round. (True)
  12. Worms have five hearts. (False. Worms have no souls.)
  13. Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States. (True)
  14. Lightning never strikes in the same place twice. (False. Lightning can, and does, hit in the same place twice.)
  15. There are 365 days in a year. (True)
  16. Goldfish have a three-second memory span. (False! Goldfish have a memory span of at least three months.)
  17. Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. (True)
  18. George Washington was the first president of the United States. (True)
  19. The United States is the largest country in the world. (False. Russia is the largest country in the world.)
  20. Bees live in hives. (True)
  21. Apples are a type of berry. (False. Apples are not berries.)
  22. The Declaration of Independence was signed in (True)
  23. Cherries are red when they’re ripe. (True)
  24. Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the solar system. (False! Olympus Mons on Mars is the tallest mountain in the solar system.)
  25. Grapes grow on bushes. (False. Grapes grow on vines.)
  26. There are 50 states in the United States of America. (False. There are 50 states in the USA.)
  27. Koala bears are carnivores. (False! Koala bears are herbivores.)
  28. The sun is a star. (True)
  29. Diamonds are made of coal. (False! Diamonds are made of carbon.)
  30. The Statue of Liberty is located in New York City. (True)
  31. Australia is a continent. (True)
  32. Chocolate comes from cacao beans. (True)
  33. Peanuts are a type of nut. (False! Peanuts are legumes.)
  34. John F. Kennedy was assassinated in (True)
  35. The United Kingdom is located in Europe. (True)
  36. Sharks are mammals. (False! Sharks are fish.)
  37. Camels store water in their humps. (False! Camels store fat in their humps.)
  38. Niagara Falls is located in Canada. (True)
  39. There are 24 hours a day. (True)
  40. Worms have eyes. (False! Worms do not have eyes.)
  41. Strawberries are red when they’re ripe. (True)
  42. Abraham Lincoln was born in (True)
  43. The United States is located in North America. (True)
  44. Brazil is located in South America. (True)
  45. France is located in Europe. (True)
  46. Germany is located in Europe. (True)
  47. Lion cubs are born with spots. (True)
  48. Dolphins are fish. (False! Dolphins are mammals.)
  49. Giraffes have two horns. (False! Giraffes have one horn.)
  50. Butterflies taste with their feet. (True!)
  51. Insects have six legs. (True)
  52. Spiders are not insects because they have eight legs. (False! Spiders are arachnids, which means they have eight legs.)
  53. The United States of America was founded in (True)
  54. Canada is located in North America. (True)
  55. Mexico is located in North America. (True)
  56. The Eiffel Tower is located in France. (True)
  57. The Panama Canal is located in Panama. (True)
  58. Christmas is celebrated on December 25th. (True)
  59. Easter is celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon of spring. (False! Easter is celebrated on the first Sunday after the first new spring moon.)
  60. Thanksgiving is celebrated in October in the United States. (False! Thanksgiving is celebrated in November in the United States.)
  61. Halloween is celebrated on October 31st. (True)
  62. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on March 17th. (True)
  63. Independence Day is celebrated on July 4th in the United States. (True)
  64. Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday in September in the United States. (True)
  65. Memorial Day is celebrated on the last Monday in May in the United States. (True)
  66. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is celebrated on the third Monday of January in the United States. (True)
  67. Columbus Day is celebrated on the second Monday of October in the United States. (True)
  68. Presidents’ Day is celebrated on the third Monday of February in the United States. (True)
  69. Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14th. (True)
  70. St. Valentine was a natural person who lived in the Roman Empire. (False! The exact origins of Valentine’s Day are unknown, but it is believed to be a combination of several ancient pagan festivals.)
  71. Cupid is the god of love in Greek mythology. (False! Eros is the god of love in Greek mythology.)
  72. The heart is a muscle. (True)
  73. Ostriches bury their heads in the sand when they’re scared. (False! Ostriches stick their heads in the sand when or food.)
  74. Lightning never strikes twice in the same place. (False! Lightning can, and does, hit twice in the same place.)
  75. Benjamin Franklin invented the lightning rod. (True)
  76. Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. (True)
  77. The Wright brothers were the first to fly a plane. (True)
  78. Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon. (True)
  79. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. (True)
  80. The United States of America has 50 states. (True)
  81. Lisa is taller than Bart. (False! Bart is more elevated than Lisa.)
  82. Marge has blue hair. (True)
  83. Maggie is the youngest Simpson child. (True)
  84. Homer work at the nuclear power plant. (True)
  85. Ned Flanders is an evangelical Christian. (True)
  86. Mr. Burns is Springfield’s wealthiest citizen. (True)
  87. Smithers is in love with Mr. Burns. (True)
  88. Barney Gumble is an alcoholic. (True)
  89. Krusty the Clown is a clown. (True)
  90. Sideshow Bob is Krusty’s sidekick. (True)
  91. Lisa is a vegetarian. (True)
  92. Duff Beer is Homer’s favorite beer. (True)
  93. Lard Lad Donuts is Homer’s favorite donut shop. (True)
  94. Springfield Elementary School is the Simpsons’ neighborhood school. (True)
  95. Martin Prince is Lisa’s rival in school. (True)
  96. Nelson Muntz is Bart’s best friend. (False! Nelson bullies Bart.)
  97. Todd Flanders is Ned Flanders’ son. (True)
  98. Rod Flanders is Ned Flanders’ son. (True)
  99. Tod Flanders is Ned Flanders’ son. (False! Todd is Ned’s son.)
  100. Lisa is eight years old. (True)

Recommended Activity! Would You Rather Questions for Kids – a great way to get your preschooler thinking about different scenarios and making choices.

101 True or False Questions for Toddlers and Preschoolers

  1. Is the sun a star? (true)
  2. The moon orbits around Earth? (true)
  3. Cats always land on their feet? (true)
  4. Do Penguins live in the Arctic? (true)
  5. Do Bears hibernate in winter? (true)
  6. Worms have five hearts? (false – they have none!)
  7. Humans have more than five senses? (true – we have at least nine!)
  8. Do Goldfish have a three-second memory? (false – they can remember things for up to three months!)
  9. are peanuts, not nuts? (true – they’re legumes!)
  10. Lightning never strikes in the same place twice? (false – it can hit the same area multiple times!)
  11. is the Earth round? (true)
  12. is the Earth the only planet in our solar system with liquid water? (true)
  13. There are more stars in space than grains of sand on all the beaches on Earth? (true)
  14. It’s impossible to sneeze with your eyes open? (false – you can do it, but it’s tough!)
  15. Giraffes have no vocal cords? (true)
  16. Bats are the only mammal that can fly? (true)
  17. Butterflies taste with their feet? (true)
  18. A hummingbird’s heart beats ten times per second? (true)
  19. A newborn kangaroo is about the size of a jellybean? (true)
  20. A day on Mercury lasts for 176 Earth days? (false – a day on Mercury only lasts 58 Earth days!)
  21. The Statue of Liberty was a gift from France? (actual)
  22. Niagara Falls is located in New York. (true)
  23. Canada has more lakes than any other country in the world. (true)
  24. is Santa Claus honest? (false – he’s just a character created by Coca-Cola!)
  25. Reindeer can fly? (false – they can’t, but Santa’s sleigh sure can!)
  26. The North Pole is located in the Arctic Ocean? (true)
  27. are Christmas trees initially from Germany? (true)
  28. The first toys made specifically for children were introduced in the 1800s. (true)
  29. The head of a pin is larger than the moon? (false – the moon is much, much larger!)
  30. can a penny kill someone if it’s dropped from a tall building? (false – it would just hurt a lot!)
  31. There are more atoms in a glass of water than there are glasses of water in all the oceans on Earth? (true)
  32. is your blood red because it contains iron? (true)
  33. You have more bones in your body when you’re a baby than when you’re an adult? (true)
  34. You use more muscles to smile than you do to frown? (true)
  35. Your hair is alive? (actual)
  36. You lose weight when you sweat? (false – you weigh the same but lose water and electrolytes.)
  37. Everyone has a different tongue print? (true)
  38. You can only hiccup if you breathe in the air? (false – you can hiccup underwater!)
  39. Do You digest food better when you chew gum? (false – chewing gum makes it harder for your body to digest food.)
  40. is your brain about the same size as your fist? (false – your brain is much, much smaller!)
  41. You blink about once every four seconds? (true)
  42. Your heart beats about 100,000 times a day? (true)
  43. You take about 23,000 breaths a day? (true)
  44. You lose about 50-100 strands of hair a day? (true)
  45. You have about 2.5 million sweat glands in your body? (true)
  46. You have about 30 billion red blood cells in your body? (true)
  47. You have about 100 trillion bacteria in your gut? (true)
  48. You have more than 60 miles of nerves in your body? (true)
  49. You have about 200 bones in your body when you’re born? (false – you’re born with about 300 bones, but some of them fuse as you grow.)
  50. You have about five quarts of blood in your body? (true)
  51. Your heart is about the size of your fist? (true)
  52. Your lungs are about the size of a sheet of paper? (false – they’re much more giant!)
  53. is your liver the largest internal organ in your body? (true)
  54. is your skin the largest organ in your body? (true)
  55. Your brain makes up about 2% of your total body weight? (true)
  56. Your bones are about 30% water? (true)
  57. Muscle tissue is about 75% water. (true)
  58. Fat tissue is about 10% water. (true)
  59. Your blood is about 83% water? (true)
  60. are your kidneys about the size of your fist? (true)
  61. You have two kidneys? (true)
  62. Your bladder can hold about two cups of urine? (true)
  63. You have four chambers in your heart? (true)
  64. You have six sets of teeth in your lifetime? (false – you have 32 permanent teeth by adulthood.)
  65. Adults have more bones than babies? (false – babies have more bones than adults, but some of them fuse as you grow.)
  66. is your hair the fastest-growing tissue in your body? (true)
  67. are nails made of bone? (false – they’re made of a protein called keratin.)
  68. You can’t swallow and breathe at the same time? (true)
  69. Digestion begins in your mouth? (true)
  70. It takes food about six to eight hours to move through your digestive system? (true)
  71. There are four types of taste buds on your tongue? (false – there are five: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and umami.)
  72. You have about 9,000 taste buds on your tongue? (true)
  73. Your nose can remember 50,000 different scents? (true)
  74. You can only smell when you’re breathing in? (false – you can sense when you’re living in or out.)
  75. Do Your ears never stop growing? (true)
  76. You can hear a whisper from about 20 feet away? (false – you can listen to a story from about 100 feet away!)
  77. You can only see about 1/10 of what’s around you at any given time? (true)
  78. You have three bones in each ear? (true)
  79. are your eyeballs the same size as you were born? (false – they’re much more giant!)
  80. You can see better in the dark when you close your eyes? (true)
  81. Do Your pupils get more prominent in the dark? (true)
  82. You can only see blue and green? (false – you can see all the colors of the rainbow!)
  83. You have two sets of eyelashes? (true)
  84. You blink about once every four seconds? (true)
  85. Your heart beats about 100,000 times a day? (true)
  86. You take about 23,000 breaths a day? (true)
  87. You lose about 50-100 strands of hair a day? (true)
  88. You have about 2.5 million sweat glands in your body? (true)
  89. You have about 30 billion red blood cells in your body? (true)
  90. You have about 100 trillion bacteria in your gut? (true)
  91. You have more than 60 miles of nerves in your body? (true)
  92. You have about 200 bones in your body when you’re born? (false – you’re born with about 300 bones, but some of them fuse as you grow.)
  93. You have about five quarts of blood in your body? (true)
  94. Your heart is about the size of your fist? (true)
  95. Your lungs are about the size of a sheet of paper? (false – they’re much more giant!)
  96. is your liver the largest internal organ in your body? (true)
  97. is your skin the largest organ in your body? (true)
  98. Your brain makes up about 2% of your total body weight? (true)
  99. Your bones are about 30% water? (true)
  100. Muscle tissue is about 75% water? (true)
  101. It is fat tissue, about 10% water. (true)

🔀 Switch it Up with More Choices!
After testing their knowledge with True or False questions, offer them a fun twist. Dive into our collection of This or That Questions for Kids and let them choose between delightful dilemmas!

And here are 100 more true or false questions for kids.

  1. Blue is the color of the sky? (true)
  2. Apples grow on trees? (true)
  3. Worms are insects? (false)
  4. Spiders have eight legs? (true)
  5. Can birds fly? (true)
  6. Fish live in water? (true)
  7. All animals have four legs? (false)
  8. Do Penguins live in the North Pole? (false)
  9. Are tigers carnivores? (true)
  10. Are elephants mammals? (true)
  11. Do bears hibernate in winter? (true)
  12. Can leaving the fridge door open make the food inside bad? (true)
  13. You should brush your teeth at least twice daily? (true)
  14. Eating breakfast every morning is essential? (false) [Note: While eating breakfast can be beneficial for many, the statement that it’s “essential” is not universally true for everyone.]
  15. Do you need to drink eight glasses of water daily? (false) [Note: Water needs vary by individual and can be influenced by various factors.]
  16. Sugar is bad for you? (false) [Note: Consumed in moderation, sugar isn’t inherently bad, but excessive consumption can be harmful.]
  17. Is chocolate made from cocoa beans? (true)
  18. Is the Earth round? (true) [Note: Though technically it’s an oblate spheroid, “round” is often used colloquially.]
  19. Australia is a country? (true)
  20. Is Antarctica a continent? (true)
  21. Volcanoes are mountains, but not all hills are volcanoes. (true)
  22. Tornadoes only happen in the USA? (false)
  23. Lightning never strikes in the same place twice? (false)
  24. Rain is made of tiny drops of water? (true)
  25. Snow is made of frozen raindrops? (true)
  26. Hailstones are larger than raindrops? (true)
  27. Is a rainbow caused by the sun shining through raindrops? (true)
  28. A day on Earth is 24 hours long? (true) [Note: Technically, a solar day is about 24 hours, but a sidereal day is slightly shorter.]
  29. There are 365 days in a year? (true) [Note: Except for leap years which have 366 days.]
  30. February has 28 days in a leap year, but 29 days in a non-leap year? (false) [Note: It’s the opposite.]
  31. We breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide? (true)
  32. Plants also need to breathe? (true)
  33. The heart pumps blood around the body? (true)
  34. Do red blood cells carry oxygen around the body? (true)
  35. Do white blood cells help fight infection? (true)
  36. You have 206 bones in your body as an adult? (true)
  37. Are people taller when they wake up in the morning than at night? (true)
  38. Everyone has a different fingerprint? (true)
  39. Dogs can only see in black and white? (false)
  40. Cats always land on their feet? (false) [Note: While cats often land on their feet due to their “righting reflex,” it’s not an absolute certainty every time.]
  41. A group of lions is called a pride? (true)
  42. A group of kittens is called a litter? (true)
  43. A group of ducks is called a flock. (true)
  44. A group of geese is called a gaggle. (true)
  45. A group of frogs is called an army? (true)
  46. Some snakes are venomous? (true)
  47. Are all spiders poisonous? (false) [Note: All spiders have venom, but not all are harmful or “poisonous” to humans.]
  48. Can mosquitoes spread diseases like malaria and dengue fever? (true)
  49. Ticks can spread Lyme disease? (true)
  50. We have five senses – sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch? (true) [Note: While these are the commonly recognized senses, some argue that humans have more, like balance and temperature.]
  51. Are babies born with blue eyes? (mostly true) [Note: Many Caucasian babies are born with blue or gray eyes, but this can change as they age. However, not all babies are born with blue eyes.]
  52. Do goldfish have a memory span of three seconds? (false)
  53. A newborn baby can’t cry tears until six weeks old? (mostly true) [Note: Newborns can cry at birth but often don’t produce actual tears for several weeks.]
  54. Are humans the only animals using tools? (false)
  55. Are some animals capable of using primary sign language? (true)
  56. Camels store water in their humps? (false) [Note: Humps store fat, not water.]
  57. Can penguins jump higher than six feet in the air? (false)
  58. Ostriches bury their heads in the sand when they’re scared? (false)
  59. Do koalas sleep up to 22 hours daily? (true)
  60. Bats are blind? (false)
  61. Bumblebees can fly? (true)
  62. A group of crows is called a murder? (true)
  63. Do deer have excellent night vision? (true)
  64. Gorillas are herbivores? (mostly true) [Note: They primarily eat plant material but can occasionally consume insects.]
  65. Giraffes only sleep for 30 minutes daily? (false) [Note: Giraffes sleep for several hours spread throughout the day and night, not just 30 minutes.]
  66. Hedgehogs roll into a ball when scared? (true)
  67. A group of kangaroos is called a mob? (true)
  68. Do lemmings commit suicide when they feel it’s time to die? (false)
  69. Sloths spend most of their time hanging upside down from trees? (true)
  70. Squirrels only eat nuts? (false) [Note: Squirrels have a varied diet that includes fruits, seeds, and sometimes insects.]
  71. Tigers have striped fur to help them blend in with their surroundings? (true)
  72. Wolves howl at the moon? (false) [Note: Wolves howl for various reasons, not specifically at the moon.]
  73. are zebras white with black stripes? (true)
  74. are dolphins fish? (false)
  75. Sharks are mammals? (false)
  76. Penguins can’t fly? (true)
  77. Toads can give you warts? (false)
  78. Worms have five hearts? (false) [Note: Earthworms have five pairs of heart-like structures called aortic arches.]
  79. There are about 100 million galaxies in the universe? (false) [Note: Current estimates suggest there might be 2 trillion galaxies or more, but this is subject to change as our understanding deepens.]
  80. Is the sun a star? (true)
  81. Pluto is a planet? (false) [Note: As of my last update, Pluto is classified as a “dwarf planet” by the International Astronomical Union.]
  82. Neptune is the windiest planet in the solar system? (true)
  83. Saturn has rings made of ice and dust? (true)
  84. Uranus is tilted on its side? (true)
  85. Mercury is the closest planet to the sun? (true)
  86. Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system? (true)
  87. Mars has two moons – Phobos and Deimos? (true)
  88. Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system? (true)
  89. You need a telescope to see Saturn’s rings? (mostly true) [Note: While a telescope greatly enhances the view, Saturn’s rings can be seen with good binoculars under clear conditions.]
  90. Halley’s comet can be seen from Earth every 75 years? (true)
  91. There are nine planets in the solar system? (false) [Note: As of my last update, there are eight recognized planets.]
  92. The International Space Station orbits Earth every 90 minutes? (true)
  93. It costs about $10,000 to train a guide dog? (mostly true) [Note: Costs vary, but on average, it can cost tens of thousands of dollars to train and support a guide dog over its lifetime.]
  94. Are peanuts not nuts? (true) [Note: Botanically, peanuts are legumes.]
  95. Caviar is made from fish eggs? (true)
  96. Can chocolate kill dogs? (true) [Note: Chocolate is toxic to dogs, especially in large amounts.]
  97. Do bananas grow on trees? (false) [Note: They grow on large herbaceous plants, not trees.]
  98. Are apples a type of berry? (false)
  99. Grapes grow in bunches? (true)
  100. Strawberries are not berries, but bananas are. (true)

Also, check out Conversation Starter Questions for kids to get them talking about interesting topics.

Easy true or false questions for kindergarten.

Are you ready to dive into some fun and educational challenges? Our collection of true or false for kids is designed to engage young minds and encourage curiosity. These kids true or false questions are perfect for kindergarteners, offering a playful way to test their knowledge and learn new things. Let’s see how many they can get right!

  1. Do dogs bark? (true)
  2. Cats say “moo”? (false)
  3. Do lions live in the jungle? (true) [Note: While often associated with jungles, lions primarily live in savannahs and grasslands.]
  4. Elephants are bigger than mice? (true)
  5. Fish can walk on land? (false)
  6. Trees are plants? (true)
  7. Pigs can fly? (false)
  8. Butterflies used to be caterpillars? (true)
  9. Bears like honey? (true)
  10. Can cars swim in water? (false)
  11. Do chickens have beaks? (true)
  12. Frogs are birds? (false)
  13. Do rainbows have many colors? (true)
  14. Do we wear shoes on our hands? (false)
  15. The sky is above us? (true)
  16. Ice is very hot? (false)
  17. Do we eat with a fork? (true)
  18. Flowers can sing songs? (false)
  19. Monkeys love bananas? (true)
  20. Rabbits hop? (true)
  21. Turtles are very fast? (false)
  22. Cows give us milk? (true)
  23. Stars shine at night? (true)
  24. Clouds are made of cotton candy? (false)
  25. Do birds have feathers? (true)
  26. Shoes protect our feet? (true)
  27. Are books for eating? (false)
  28. Apples are fruits? (true)
  29. The ocean is made of lemonade? (false)
  30. Grass is green? (true)
  31. A bicycle has three wheels? (false) [Note: Tricycles have three, bicycles have two.]
  32. Do sunflowers turn toward the sun? (true)
  33. Owls can turn their heads almost all the way around? (true)
  34. Roses have thorns? (true)
  35. Snails are insects? (false)
  36. Do we wear hats on our feet? (false)
  37. Ice cream melts in the sun? (true)
  38. Do zebras have spots? (false)
  39. Do babies drink milk? (true)
  40. Do you read a ball? (false)
  41. Do trees have leaves? (true)
  42. Winter is very hot? (false)
  43. Paintings are made on paper or canvas? (true)
  44. Oranges are orange? (true)
  45. Chocolate is made from potatoes? (false)
  46. A year has 12 months? (true)
  47. Can all birds swim? (false)
  48. Do people have two eyes? (true)
  49. You wear glasses to listen to music? (false)
  50. Are pancakes flat? (true)
  51. Spiders have six legs? (false) [Note: They have eight.]
  52. Milk is a drink? (true)
  53. The moon is made of cheese? (false)
  54. Ducks quack? (true)
  55. A baby dog is called a kitten? (false) [Note: It’s called a puppy.]
  56. We hear with our ears? (true)
  57. Pumpkins are purple? (false)
  58. Penguins live in cold places? (true)
  59. Deserts are very wet? (false)
  60. Lollipops are a type of candy? (true)
  61. Horses can talk? (false)
  62. Watermelons are mostly water? (true)
  63. Bees make honey? (true)
  64. Frogs say “meow”? (false)
  65. Cookies grow on trees? (false)
  66. A school is a place to learn? (true)
  67. The sun comes out at night? (false)
  68. Rain comes from clouds? (true)
  69. A cow says “ribbit”? (false)
  70. You can bounce a ball? (true)
  71. Pencils are used for cooking? (false)
  72. Snow is cold? (true)
  73. We wear jackets when it’s hot? (false)
  74. Giraffes have long necks? (true)
  75. Marshmallows grow in gardens? (false)
  76. Parrots can copy sounds? (true)
  77. Whales are smaller than ants? (false)
  78. Flowers need sunlight to grow? (true)
  79. Dragons are real animals? (false)
  80. We wear gloves on our feet? (false)
  81. A week has seven days? (true)
  82. Koalas come from Australia? (true)
  83. Alligators are the same as crocodiles? (false)
  84. You can eat a toy? (false)
  85. Candy is spicy? (false)
  86. A triangle has three sides? (true)
  87. You can see with your nose? (false)
  88. Soda is bubbly? (true)
  89. A phone is for writing? (false)
  90. Rhinos have horns? (true)
  91. The sky is brown? (false)
  92. A guitar is a musical instrument? (true)
  93. Worms fly in the sky? (false)
  94. Dogs have tails? (true)
  95. Ice is solid water? (true)
  96. Trees can walk? (false)
  97. Airplanes fly in the air? (true)
  98. A chair is for sitting? (true)
  99. Shoes are for eating? (false)
  100. A birthday comes once a year? (true)

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