Best Earth Day Activities for Kids ( +50 questions and answers)

                           Before going to take detailed earth day activities for kids, we need to understand Earth Day. Earth Day is celebrated throughout the World on April 22 nd with 193 countries and supported environmental protection.

what is Environmental protection?

                          Environmental protection is to protect the earth from pollution, global warming, and overpopulation. In the last century, science and technological advancement affect the Earth’s environment. This is due to the over-exploitation of the natural resources of the Earth. We have so many natural resources as listed follows,

 1. Forest resources

2. Mineral resources

3. Water resources

                          In Forest resources, different continents have very unique forest types. There are tropical forests, rain forest, and etc., The species living in the forest are very rare and endanger. The over-exploitation of forests affects not only trees even animals. 

                      In mineral resources, we get different types of minerals in different continents. Minerals such as iron, magnesium, zinc, copper and etc., These minerals are mainly in different types of industries from mechanical to health care. Some mineral resources of more expensive such as silver, gold, platinum, granite and etc., Industries overexploit these mineral resources which create deforestation, land sliding, etc.,

                      In water resources, we have different kinds of water resources on the earth. They are classified as saline water and domestic drinking water. Saline water is occupied on our Earth’s surface more than 80 % as a sea and ocean. Rivers and lakes are come under drinking domestic water resources.

  Earth was formed from big colliding rocks. As Scientists mentioned, 4600 million years ago, the solar systems formed from a cloud of rock, ice, and gases. Hydrogen gas is the most abundant gas in the universe.

 Earth Day Activities for Kids(Quiz Questions and  answers)

                      The surface of the earth cooled to form the crust and finally, continents broke up and reformed gradually moving their present position with respect to their crust.

Earth Day Activities for Kids (Best +50 questions and answers)

 

Earth Day Quiz

                Earth day activities for kids (Quiz) are very essential to understand the important information about Earth. Elementary school students will learn more from Earth day activities for kids. Do you want to know more about Earth? Take this quiz and find out about Earth. Now take the quiz ” Earth day activities for kids” 

1. When Earth was formed?

a. about 3 billion years ago

b. about 3.5 billion years ago

c. about 4 billion years ago

d. about 4.5 billion years ago



2. What is the shape of the Earth?

a. square

b. sphere

c. triangle

d. rectangle

3. Most of the planet Earth covered by -----.

a. land

b. mountains

c. water

d. trees


4. Which one is the densest planet in the solar system?

a. Jupiter

b. Earth

c. Mars

d. Saturn


5. How many moons Earth has?

a. 13

b. 1

c. 2

d. 4

6. What is Earth's natural satellite?

a. Moon

b. Ozone

c. Mercury

d. Venus

7. Earth is the ---- largest planet in the Solar System.

a. fifth

b. fourth

c. third

d. second


8. What position is the Earth from the Sun?

a. first planet

b. second planet

c. third planet

d. fourth planet


9. The Earth rotates rapidly every ---- hour.

a. 12 hours

b. 21hours

c. 24 hours

d. 42 hours

10. Which is the planet nearest to the Earth?

a. Venus

b. Mars

c. Mercury

d. Jupiter

11. The Earth is known as ----------.

a. the planet of life

b. the planet of air

c. the planet of rocks

d. the planet of ice

12. What are the natural resources of the Earth?

a. land

b. water

c. air

d. all of them

13. The Earth is surrounded by a layer of air called ---.

a. atmosphere

b. ozone

c. both of them

d. none of them

14. Where the Earth gets all the warmth and natural light?

a. Moon

b. Sun

c. Venus

d. Jupiter


15. ----- of the Earth's surface is covered with ----.

a. two-fourth, water

b. one-fourth, water

c. three-fourth, water

d. three-fourth, land


16. ----- of the Earth's surface is covered with land.

a. one-fourth

b. two-fourth

c. three-fourth

d. all


17. Why Earth is called the blue planet?

a. most of the earth's surface is covered with trees

b. most of the earth's surface is covered with land

c. most of the earth's surface is covered with water

d. none of these

18. Which is the gas present in the atmosphere that we breathe in?

a. hydrogen

b. helium

c. oxygen

d. all of them


19. Earth keeps moving ----.

a. only morning

b. only night

c. all time

d. none of them

20. What are the two main movements of the Earth?

a. rotation and revolution

b. left and right

c. rotation and translation

d. rotation and spinning


21. What is the rotation of Earth?

a. the spinning movement of the Earth by its own

b. revolution of the Earth around the Sun

c. both a and b

d. none of them


22. The earth spins about an imaginary line called:

a. orbit

b. axis

c. line

d. top


23. What is the fixed path on which Earth revolves around the Sun?

a. orbit

b. axis

c. atmosphere

c. stick

24. When the Earth moves, the part of the Earth that receives the direct heat of the Sun has ----.

a. Spring

b. Winter

c. Summer

d. Autumn

25. The Earth is one of the eight planets that move ------.

a. around the Moon

b. around the Sun

c. both a and b

d. none of them


26. Which one is the Earth's nearest neighbor?

a. Pluto

b. Venus

c. Moon

d. Mars


27. What are the major gases together from the Earth's atmosphere? 

a. hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide

b. nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide

c. nitrogen, helium, and carbon dioxide

d. nitrogen, oxygen, and helium

28. --- forms about 78 percent of the Earth's atmosphere.

a. Oxygen

b. Nitrogen

c. carbon dioxide

d. Helium


29. Oxygen forms about ----- of the Earth's atmosphere. 

a. 20 percent

b. 21 percent

c. 22 percent

d. 24 percent


30. What is the distance between earth and sun?

a. 140 Million Kilometers

b. 146 Million Kilometers

c. 152 Million Kilometers

d. 155 Million Kilometers


31. Which planet is called “Earth's sister planet”?

a. Venus

b. Mercury

c. Mars

d. Sun

32. Which one is protecting us from incoming Meteoroids?

a. our ozone layer

b. our atmosphere

c. both of them

d. none of them

33. Which planet is a terrestrial planet?

a. Venus

b. Earth

c. Mars

d. all of them


34. Which force stops you and everything else on the planet from just floating off into space?

a. magnetic force

b. electrical force

c. gravity force

d. electromagnetic force


35. What is the total surface area of the Earth?

a. roughly 510 million square kilometers

b. roughly 410 million square kilometers

c. roughly 310 million square kilometers

d. roughly 210 million square kilometers


36. The mass of the Earth is mostly made up of which two elements?

a. iron and oxygen

b. iron and magnesium

c. aluminum and oxygen

d. sulfur and magnesium

37. Which forest produces about 20 percent of Earth's oxygen?

a. Otzarreta Forest

b. Amazon rain forest

c. Black Forest

d. Goblin Forest


38. How much Earth is wide?

a. 7,826 miles

b. 7,526 miles

c. 7,926 miles

d. 7,326 miles

39. How many days Earth takes to orbit the Sun?

a. 362.26 days

b. 365.26 days

c. 364.26 days

d. 368.26 days


40. The average surface temperature on earth is ------.

a. 42°F

b. 44°F

c. 46°F

d. 48°F


41. Mount Everest was previously known as ----.

a. peak 12

b. peak 15

c. peak 16

d. peak 1


42. How much of Earth's surface, both above and below the sea, is shaped by volcanoes?

a. more than 80 percent

b. more than 70 percent

c. more than 60 percent

d. more than 50 percent

43. Which lake holds about 20 percent of the earth's fresh water?

a. North America's great lakes

b. Lake Baikal

c. Lake Tanganyika

d. Lake Titicaca

44. The earth is the -----.

a. largest planet in the solar system

b. smallest planet in the solar system

c. densest planet in the solar system

d. tiniestplanet in the solar system

45. Earth is the only planet in the Solar System with ------. 

a. water

b. oxygen

c. plate tectonics

d. all of them


46. Where most of the iron is actually located?

a. at the core of the Earth

b. on the sea of the Earth

c. on the land of the Earth

d. on the water of the Earth

47. Why do we have seasons?

a. Earth is tilted

b. Earth orbits the Sun

c. both a and b

d. none of them


48. When we get the daytime on the Earth?

a. As the planet rotates, the side facing the sun receives daylight

b. As the planet rotates, the side facing in darkness

c. When the planet doesn't rotate

d. none of them

49. Which is an invisible force that attracts objects towards each other?

a. Electromagnetic al force

b. Gravity force

c. Magnetic force

d. all of them

50.Earth's temperature rises slightly during -----.

a. 1st day of the Moon

b. half Moon

c. full Moon

d. no Moon

After taking this ” Earth Day activities for kids ” (Quiz), students can go to take more Earth day activities for kids as follows;

Earth day activities for kids (Animal quiz)

Earth day activities for kids (Solar system Quiz)

Earth day activities for kids (Living and Non-Living Quiz)

Earth day activities for kids (Birds Quiz)

Answers:

 

  1. d. about 4.5 billion years ago
  2. b. sphere
  3. c. water
  4. b. Earth
  5. b. 1
  6. a. moon
  7. a. fifth
  8. c. third planet
  9. c. 24 hours
  10. b. Mars
  11. a. the planet of life
  12. d. all of them
  13. a. atmosphere
  14. b. Sun
  15. c. three-fourth, water
  16. a. one-fourth
  17. c. most of the earth’s surface is covered with water
  18. c. oxygen
  19. c. all-time
  20. a. rotation and revolution
  21. a. the spinning movement of the Earth by its own
  22. b. axis
  23. a. orbit
  24. c. Summer
  25. b. around the Sun
  26. c. Moon
  27. b. nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide
  28. b. Nitrogen
  29. b. 21 percent
  30. c. 152 Million Kilometers
  31. a. Venus
  32. b. our atmosphere
  33. d. all of them
  34. c. gravity force
  35. a. roughly 510 million square kilometers
  36. a. iron and oxygen
  37. b. Amazon rain forest
  38. c. 7,926 miles
  39. b. 365.26 days
  40. c. 46°F
  41. b. peak 15
  42. a. more than 80 percent
  43. a. North America’s great lakes
  44. c. the densest planet in the solar system
  45. d. all of them
  46. a. at the core of the Earth
  47. c. both a and b
  48. a. As the planet rotates, the side facing the sun receives daylight
  49. b. Gravity force
  50. c. full moon
 
 
 
In this blog, we mainly focus on science fair projects, math quiz for kids, 3rd, 4th, 5th,6th, 7th,8th, and 9th-grade students. you can see more project ideas, worksheets, and homeschooling method updates in our site map.

More information on ScienceQuiz 2020. We have more posts on homeschooling with worksheets.

 

1 thought on “Best Earth Day Activities for Kids ( +50 questions and answers)”

  1. Pingback: [No#1] Best Overview on Hydrogen Iodide (HI) - Science Education and Tutorials

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Is HBr polar or nonpolar Is HCl polar or nonpolar Is NO2+ Polar or Nonpolar Is H2S Polar or Nonpolar Is PCl3 Polar or Nonpolar