200 Trivia Tie Breaker Questions and Answers: A Fun Challenge for Kids!

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Hey there, kiddos! Have you ever played a trivia game? It's like a fun quiz where you get to show off what you know about all kinds of cool stuff. But sometimes, when you play these games, two players or teams get the same score. So, what do we do then? We use tie breaker questions!

Trivia Tie breaker questions and answers are like the extra round in a game, the ones that decide who the real trivia champion is. They can be about anything, from animals to movies, and they make sure every game ends with a winner!

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In this article, we’re going to look at a bunch of awesome tie breaker questions for trivia. Each section will have its own theme, so whether you love space, animals, or cartoons, there’s something here for you! Get ready to test your knowledge, learn some fun facts, and, most importantly, have a blast!

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Space Wonders: Questions About the Universe

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  1. Q: What planet is known as the Red Planet?
    A: Mars.
  2. Q: How many moons does Earth have?
    A: Just one, our lovely Moon.
  3. Q: What is the biggest planet in our solar system?
    A: Jupiter.
  4. Q: What do you call a shooting star?
    A: A meteor.
  5. Q: How many planets are in our solar system?
    A: Eight.
  6. Q: What's the name of our galaxy?
    A: The Milky Way.
  7. Q: What planet is famous for its rings?
    A: Saturn.
  8. Q: What is the sun mainly made of?
    A: Gas, mostly hydrogen and helium.
  9. Q: What's the hottest planet in our solar system?
    A: Venus.
  10. Q: What's the smallest planet in our solar system?
    A: Mercury.
  11. Q: What's the brightest star in the night sky?
    A: Sirius, also known as the Dog Star.
  12. Q: How long does it take for light from the sun to reach Earth?
    A: About 8 minutes.
  13. Q: What planet has a storm called the Great Red Spot?
    A: Jupiter.
  14. Q: What's the closest planet to the sun?
    A: Mercury.
  15. Q: What's the term for a group of stars that forms a pattern?
    A: A constellation.
  16. Q: What planet is known for its blue color and strong winds?
    A: Neptune.
  17. Q: What is a dwarf planet in our solar system?
    A: Pluto.
  18. Q: What's the name of the spacecraft that took the first men to the moon?
    A: Apollo 11.
  19. Q: What's the term for when the moon completely covers the sun?
    A: A total solar eclipse.
  20. Q: What's the name of the first satellite sent into space?
    A: Sputnik.

Animal Kingdom: Questions About Creatures

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  1. Q: What is the largest mammal in the world?
    A: The blue whale.
  2. Q: How many legs does a spider have?
    A: Eight.
  3. Q: What animal is known as the king of the jungle?
    A: The lion.
  4. Q: What's the fastest land animal?
    A: The cheetah.
  5. Q: What bird is known for its colorful feathers and ability to mimic sounds?
    A: The parrot.
  6. Q: What's the largest land animal?
    A: The African elephant.
  7. Q: Which animal is famous for changing its color?
    A: The chameleon.
  8. Q: What animal has a pouch for carrying its babies?
    A: The kangaroo.
  9. Q: What marine creature has eight tentacles?
    A: The octopus.
  10. Q: What's the only mammal capable of true flight?
    A: The bat.
  11. Q: What animal is known for its long neck?
    A: The giraffe.
  12. Q: Which animal can sleep standing up?
    A: Horses can!
  13. Q: What's the largest bird in the world?
    A: The ostrich.
  14. Q: What animal is a symbol of wisdom in many cultures?
    A: The owl.
  15. Q: Which creature is famous for building dams and lodges?
    A: The beaver.
  16. Q: What's the largest breed of dog?
    A: The Great Dane.
  17. Q: Which bird cannot fly but is an excellent swimmer?
    A: The penguin.
  18. Q: What insect is known for the beautiful patterns on its wings?
    A: The butterfly.
  19. Q: What reptile is known for its hard shell?
    A: The turtle.
  20. Q: What fish has a reputation for its memory, despite popular belief?
    A: The goldfish.

Cartoon Capers: Questions About Animated Characters

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  1. Q: Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?
    A: SpongeBob SquarePants.
  2. Q: What's the name of Mickey Mouse's girlfriend?
    A: Minnie Mouse.
  3. Q: Who is the superhero with the alter ego 'Clark Kent'?
    A: Superman.
  4. Q: What kind of animal is Bugs Bunny?
    A: A rabbit.
  5. Q: Who is the sailor that gets strong when he eats spinach?
    A: Popeye.
  6. Q: What's the name of the toy cowboy in 'Toy Story'?
    A: Woody.
  7. Q: Who is the famous mouse detective?
    A: Basil of Baker Street (The Great Mouse Detective).
  8. Q: What superhero is known as the 'Caped Crusader'?
    A: Batman.
  9. Q: What's the name of the princess in 'The Little Mermaid'?
    A: Ariel.
  10. Q: Who is the scarecrow that helps Dorothy in 'The Wizard of Oz'?
    A: The Scarecrow.
  11. Q: What bear loves honey?
    A: Winnie the Pooh.
  12. Q: Who is the forgetful fish in 'Finding Nemo'?
    A: Dory.
  13. Q: What's the name of the snowman in 'Frozen'?
    A: Olaf.
  14. Q: Who is the boy that never grows up?
    A: Peter Pan.
  15. Q: What's the name of the dog in 'Scooby-Doo'?
    A: Scooby-Doo.
  16. Q: Who is the famous red car in the movie 'Cars'?
    A: Lightning McQueen.
  17. Q: What superhero has a shield with a star?
    A: Captain America.
  18. Q: Who is the genie's master in 'Aladdin'?
    A: Aladdin.
  19. Q: What's the name of the fairy in 'Peter Pan'?
    A: Tinker Bell.
  20. Q: What's the name of the lion in 'The Lion King'?
    A: Simba.
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Sweet Treats: Questions About Yummy Foods

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  1. Q: What fruit is known as the main ingredient in traditional apple pie?
    A: Apples.
  2. Q: What is ice cream that's been spread between two cookies or other pastries called?
    A: An ice cream sandwich.
  3. Q: What's the main ingredient in chocolate?
    A: Cocoa beans.
  4. Q: What's a popular topping for pancakes?
    A: Maple syrup.
  5. Q: What is the sweet course eaten at the end of a meal?
    A: Dessert.
  6. Q: What's the name of a popular red fruit often mistaken for a vegetable?
    A: Tomato.
  7. Q: What's the candy that comes on a stick and you lick it?
    A: A lollipop.
  8. Q: What snack is known for popping when it's heated?
    A: Popcorn.
  9. Q: What food is traditionally eaten at Thanksgiving?
    A: Turkey.
  10. Q: What's the name of a pastry that has a fruit or cream filling and is often covered with icing?
    A: A Danish.
  11. Q: What's a small, sweet baked treat often made with chocolate chips?
    A: A cookie.
  12. Q: What type of fruit is known for its long yellow peel?
    A: A banana.
  13. Q: What dessert consists of fruit and dough and is usually topped with ice cream?
    A: A pie.
  14. Q: What frozen treat is similar to ice cream but made with yogurt?
    A: Frozen yogurt.
    15. Q: What's the name of a popular breakfast food that's made with batter and cooked on a griddle?
    A: Pancakes.
  15. Q: What kind of nuts are used in making traditional pesto sauce?
    A: Pine nuts.
  16. Q: What's the name of the candy that fizzes and pops in your mouth?
    A: Pop Rocks.
  17. Q: What fruit is known for its hard, brown, hairy shell and sweet, white flesh inside?
    A: Coconut.
  18. Q: What breakfast food is made by beating eggs and frying them in a pan?
    A: Scrambled eggs.
  19. Q: What's the name of the spread made from mashed chickpeas, often eaten with pita bread?
    A: Hummus.

Movie Magic: Questions About Films

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  1. Q: What movie features a magical nanny and is titled after her name?
    A: Mary Poppins.
  2. Q: What's the name of the lion in 'The Lion King'?
    A: Simba.
  3. Q: What movie features a fish named Nemo who gets lost?
    A: Finding Nemo.
  4. Q: In which movie would you find the characters Woody and Buzz Lightyear?
    A: Toy Story.
  5. Q: What is the name of Mario's brother, who often wears green?
    A: Luigi.
  6. Q: What movie has a girl who follows a rabbit and falls into a fantasy world?
    A: Alice in Wonderland.
  7. Q: In which movie does a young girl travel to Oz by a tornado?
    A: The Wizard of Oz.
  8. Q: What's the name of the ice queen in 'Frozen'?
    A: Elsa.
  9. Q: What is the superhero team in the movie 'The Avengers'?
    A: The Avengers.
  10. Q: What's the name of the island where dinosaurs live in 'Jurassic Park'?
    A: Isla Nublar.
  11. Q: Who is the famous archaeologist and adventurer in 'Indiana Jones'?
    A: Indiana Jones.
  12. Q: What's the name of the movie about a clownfish looking for his son?
    A: Finding Nemo.
  13. Q: What movie features a big, green ogre and a talking donkey?
    A: Shrek.
  14. Q: Who is the boy who can fly and never grows up in 'Peter Pan'?
    A: Peter Pan.
  15. Q: What's the name of the robot that falls in love in 'WALL-E'?
    A: WALL-E.
  16. Q: In which movie is the main character an aspiring chef who is also a rat?
    A: Ratatouille.
  17. Q: What movie is about toys that come to life when humans aren't around?
    A: Toy Story.
  18. Q: What's the name of the young girl who befriends a big, friendly giant in 'The BFG'?
    A: Sophie.
  19. Q: What kind of creature is Bowser, the main antagonist Mario often faces?
    A: A Koopa, specifically, he's portrayed as a Koopa King.
  20. Q: What's the name of the superhero whose alter ego is Bruce Wayne?
    A: Batman.

Tunes and Beats: Questions About Music

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  1. Q: What instrument has black and white keys and makes music when you press them?
    A: The piano.
  2. Q: What's the name of the movie about a lion cub named Simba and his journey to become king?
    A: The Lion King.
  3. Q: What type of music is famous for its use of guitars and originated in the Southern United States?
    A: Country music.
  4. Q: Who is the famous pop star known for her songs 'Firework' and 'Roar'?
    A: Katy Perry.
  5. Q: What's the name of the musical instrument that you hit with sticks to make sounds?
    A: Drums.
  6. Q: What's the name of the singer known as the 'King of Pop'?
    A: Michael Jackson.
  7. Q: What's the name of the musical style characterized by improvisation and usually has a rhythm section, horns, and sometimes vocals?
    A: Jazz.
  8. Q: What instrument has six strings and is played by strumming or plucking?
    A: The guitar.
  9. Q: Who is the famous female singer known for her powerful voice and hits like 'Hello'?
    A: Adele.
  10. Q: What's the name of the device used to play music that was very popular before digital music?
    A: A record player or turntable.
  11. Q: What's the name of the famous British band known for songs like 'Hey Jude' and 'Let It Be'?
    A: The Beatles.
  12. Q: What's the name of the music genre that originated in Jamaica and is known for its laid-back rhythm and lyrics about peace and love?
    A: Reggae.
  13. Q: What's the name of the dance and music style that originated in Argentina?
    A: Tango.
  14. Q: Who is the pop star known for her elaborate costumes and hits like 'Poker Face'?
    A: Lady Gaga.
  15. Q: What's the name of the musical instrument that looks like a big violin and stands on the floor while you play it?
    A: The double bass or upright bass.
  16. Q: Who is the famous country singer known for 'Jolene' and '9 to 5'?
    A: Dolly Parton.
  17. Q: What's the name of the music genre known for its powerful vocals and emotional lyrics, often about heartbreak?
    A: Blues.
  18. Q: Who is the singer known for 'Shape of You' and 'Thinking Out Loud'?
    A: Ed Sheeran.
  19. Q: What's the name of the electronic device that can change the pitch of your voice when you sing?
    A: Auto-tune.
  20. Q: What's the name of the singer known for 'Like a Virgin' and 'Material Girl'?
    A: Madonna.
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World Explorers: Questions About Geography

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  1. Q: What's the tallest mountain in the world?
    A: Mount Everest.
  2. Q: What river is the longest in the world?
    A: The Nile River.
  3. Q: What's the name of the world's largest ocean?
    A: The Pacific Ocean.
  4. Q: What city is famous for its opera house and is located in Australia?
    A: Sydney.
  5. Q: What country is known for its ancient pyramids?
    A: Egypt.
  6. Q: What's the capital of France?
    A: Paris.
  7. Q: What country has a flag with a red maple leaf?
    A: Canada.
  8. Q: What's the smallest country in the world?
    A: Vatican City.
  9. Q: What's the name of the desert known for being the hottest place on Earth?
    A: The Sahara Desert.
  10. Q: What country is famous for its windmills and tulips?
    A: The Netherlands.
  11. Q: What's the name of the longest wall in the world?
    A: The Great Wall of China.
  12. Q: What city is known for the statue of Christ the Redeemer?
    A: Rio de Janeiro.
  13. Q: What country has the city of Barcelona in it?
    A: Spain.
  14. Q: What's the name of the mountain range that includes Mount Everest?
    A: The Himalayas.
  15. Q: What continent is known for its large population of kangaroos?
    A: Australia.
  16. Q: What's the name of the large rainforest in South America?
    A: The Amazon Rainforest.
  17. Q: What's the capital city of Japan?
    A: Tokyo.
  18. Q: What city is known for the Eiffel Tower?
    A: Paris.
  19. Q: What country is famous for its ancient culture and the Parthenon?
    A: Greece.
  20. Q: What's the name of the river that flows through London?
    A: The Thames River.

History Heroes: Questions About the Past

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  1. Q: Who was the first president of the United States?
    A: George Washington.
  2. Q: What ancient civilization is known for its pyramids?
    A: The Egyptians.
  3. Q: Who is known for discovering gravity when an apple fell on his head?
    A: Isaac Newton.
  4. Q: What famous ship sank after hitting an iceberg?
    A: The Titanic.
  5. Q: Who painted the Mona Lisa?
    A: Leonardo da Vinci.
  6. Q: What wall was built to protect the northern border of the Roman Empire?
    A: Hadrian's Wall.
  7. Q: Who was the queen of England during the 16th century and known for her red hair?
    A: Queen Elizabeth I.
  8. Q: What civilization is known for its warriors and Spartans?
    A: The Greeks.
  9. Q: Who was the famous civil rights leader who had a dream?
    A: Martin Luther King Jr.
  10. Q: What is the ancient city that was covered in ash after a volcano erupted?
    A: Pompeii.
  11. Q: Who was the famous nurse known for her work during the Crimean War?
    A: Florence Nightingale.
  12. Q: What war was fought between the North and the South in the United States?
    A: The Civil War.
  13. Q: Who is known for writing plays like 'Romeo and Juliet' and 'Hamlet'?
    A: William Shakespeare.
  14. Q: What famous document starts with "We the People"?
    A: The United States Constitution.
  15. Q: Who was the famous pharaoh of ancient Egypt known for his golden mask?
    A: Tutankhamun.
  16. Q: What empire was ruled by Julius Caesar?
    A: The Roman Empire.
  17. Q: Who was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean?
    A: Amelia Earhart.
  18. Q: What was the major war fought in the 20th century involving many countries around the world?
    A: World War II.
  19. Q: Who was the scientist known for his theory of relativity?
    A: Albert Einstein.
  20. Q: What famous monument in India was built as a tomb for the emperor's wife?
    A: The Taj Mahal.

Brain Busters: Questions About Science and Math

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  1. Q: What's the chemical symbol for water?
    A: H2O.
  2. Q: What force pulls everything towards the center of the Earth?
    A: Gravity.
  3. Q: What do you call a baby frog?
    A: A tadpole.
  4. Q: What's the process called when plants make their food using sunlight?
    A: Photosynthesis.
  5. Q: What's the largest organ in the human body?
    A: The skin.
  6. Q: What gas do we need to breathe to live?
    A: Oxygen.
  7. Q: What's the name of the device used to look at stars and planets?
    A: A telescope.
  8. Q: How many bones are in the human body?
    A: 206.
  9. Q: What's the hardest natural substance on Earth?
    A: Diamond.
  10. Q: What do you call the path an object takes as it moves around another object in space?
    A: An orbit.
  11. Q: What's the boiling point of water in degrees Celsius?
    A: 100 degrees Celsius.
  12. Q: What part of the plant conducts photosynthesis?
    A: The leaf.
  13. Q: What unit is used to measure electrical resistance?
    A: The ohm.
  14. Q: What's the name of the smallest particle of an element?
    A: An atom.
  15. Q: What's the name of the galaxy we live in?
    A: The Milky Way.
  16. Q: What gas do plants release into the air?
    A: Oxygen.
  17. Q: What do you call a scientist who studies rocks?
    A: A geologist.
  18. Q: What's the name of the first man-made object to land on the moon?
    A: The Apollo Lunar Module.
  19. Q: What do you call the change of water from liquid to gas?
    A: Evaporation.
  20. Q: What's the most abundant gas in the Earth's atmosphere?
    A: Nitrogen.
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Artistic Adventures: Questions About Art and Literature

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  1. Q: Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?
    A: Michelangelo.
  2. Q: Who wrote the play 'Romeo and Juliet'?
    A: William Shakespeare.
  3. Q: What's the name of the famous tower in Paris?
    A: The Eiffel Tower.
  4. Q: What's the name of the painting of a woman with a mysterious smile?
    A: The Mona Lisa.
  5. Q: Who is the author of 'Dairy of a Wimpy Kid'?
    A: Jeff Kinney.
  6. Q: What's the name of the bear who loves honey in the stories by A.A. Milne?
    A: Winnie the Pooh.
  7. Q: What's the name of the Dutch painter famous for 'Starry Night'?
    A: Vincent van Gogh.
  8. Q: Who is the famous playwright known for his tragedies and comedies?
    A: William Shakespeare.
  9. Q: What's the name of the detective created by Arthur Conan Doyle?
    A: Sherlock Holmes.
  10. Q: What's the title of the book about a spider named Charlotte and a pig named Wilbur?
    A: Charlotte's Web.
  11. Q: Who is the famous artist known for the 'Sunflowers' series of paintings?
    A: Vincent van Gogh.
  12. Q: What novel features a whale named Moby Dick?
    A: Moby-Dick.
  13. Q: Who wrote the book 'The Cat in the Hat'?
    A: Dr. Seuss.
  14. Q: What's the name of the sculpture of a man thinking, created by Auguste Rodin?
    A: The Thinker.
  15. Q: What's the name of the painting of a woman with a mysterious smile?
    A: The Mona Lisa.
  16. Q: Who is the author of 'The Chronicles of Narnia'?
    A: C.S. Lewis.
  17. Q: What's the name of the famous Italian painter known for the 'Last Supper'?
    A: Leonardo da Vinci.
  18. Q: Who wrote the poem 'The Raven'?
    A: Edgar Allan Poe.
  19. Q: What's the name of the fantasy world in 'The Lord of the Rings'?
    A: Middle-earth.
  20. Q: What is the name of the painting technique that uses small dots of color that blend together when viewed from a distance?
    A: Pointillism.

Whimsical Words: Questions About Fun Language Facts

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  1. Q: What is the shortest complete sentence in English?
    A: "I am."
  2. Q: What word is used to describe a word that sounds the same as another but has a different meaning?
    A: Homophone.
  3. Q: What's the term for a word that reads the same backward and forward?
    A: Palindrome.
  4. Q: What's the longest word in the English language?
    A: Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis.
  5. Q: What's the name of the dot over the letters 'i' and 'j'?
    A: A tittle.
  6. Q: What term describes a pair of words that mean the opposite of each other?
    A: Antonyms.
  7. Q: What is the term for a word that is formed by the initials of a phrase?
    A: Acronym.
  8. Q: What's the term for a word that sounds like the noise it describes?
    A: Onomatopoeia.
  9. Q: What's the shortest word in the English language that contains all five vowels?
    A: Eunoia.
  10. Q: What's the term for a group of words where the first letter of each word spells out a word or message?
    A: Acrostic.
  11. Q: What's the name of the punctuation mark used to indicate a pause longer than a comma but shorter than a period?
    A: Semicolon.
  12. Q: What's the term for a word that is spelled the same forwards and backwards?
    A: Palindrome.
  13. Q: What's the longest one-syllable word in English?
    A: Screeched.
  14. Q: What term describes a word that imitates the sound it represents?
    A: Onomatopoeia.
  15. Q: What's the term for a word that has the same spelling as another word, but a different meaning and sometimes pronunciation?
    A: Homograph.
  16. Q: What's the term for a word that has the same spelling and pronunciation as another, but a different meaning?
    A: Homonym.
  17. Q: What's the name of the punctuation mark used at the end of a sentence to indicate a question?
    A: Question mark.
  18. Q: What punctuation mark is used to indicate possession or the omission of letters?
    A: Apostrophe.
  19. Q: What's the name of the famous riddle that asks, "What walks on four legs in the morning, two legs at noon, and three legs in the evening?"
    A: The Riddle of the Sphinx.
  20. Q: What's the term for a word that is derived from a person's name?
    A: Eponym.

Wrapping Things Up on Trivia Tie Breaker Questions and Answers

So, there you have it, young trivia masters! A huge list of trivia tie breaker questions and answers to test your knowledge, challenge your friends, and keep the fun going! Whether you were exploring the stars, meeting creatures from the animal kingdom, or diving into the world of movies and music, we hope you learned something new and had loads of fun. Remember, every question is a chance to learn something cool and share it with others. Keep being curious, asking questions, and exploring this amazing world we live in. Until next time, keep smiling and enjoy every trivia adventure!

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