Animal Trivia for Students! Who doesn't like trivia? Classroom trivia is a fun way to engage your students. Included in this product are five trivia questions about animals (octopus, ants, dairy cows, jellyfish, and porcupines). An example question is "Approximately how many quills does the average porcupine carry on its body?". For each question, students have an opportunity to guess the correct answer and earn 50 points or get some help with options and earn 25 points.
This is a great 15-20 minute activity to use as a brain break in your classroom!
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→23-Page Animal Trivia Slideshow (5 questions)
→Trivia Recording Sheet
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