Music Trivia Questions Children
Kids like music and we have some great music trivia questions for them
Did you know?
Musical training improves memory.
Studies have shown that kids who receive musical training before the age of 12
have a 16% better memory for the spoken word than other adults.
This makes sense because musical training provides brain exercise for areas of the
brain which are used for other mental activities.
So young children who pick up on music will have stronger memory skills later in life.
1] Who was known as the 'March King'?
2] Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king's horses and all the king's men .
Couldn't put Humpty back together again.
Why couldn't Humpty be put back together?
3] How many keys does a piano have?
4] In the nursery rhyme " Jack and Jill " what happens to
Jill after 'Jack fell down' ?
5] If you are happy and you know it what should you do?
6] She is the 'mother' of all nursery rhymes?
7] According to this little ditty what do the wheels
on the bus do?
8] What did little Miss muffett sit on?
9] What patriotic song was penned by a school teacher after
visiting Pike's Peak in 1893?
10] What patriotic poem( later set to music) first appeared in a
newspaper in Baltimore in 1814?
11] Who is considered the ' Father of American music ' with such
hits as "Oh ! Susanna", and "Camptown Races" ?
12] What lullaby was sung to make baby Jesus sleep?
13] In the song "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, the stars are like what
in the sky?
14] In the peppermint trees, 'Round the soda water fountains
Where the lemonade springs and the bluebird sings-Where exactly
15] ' Whistle while you work', 'Some Day My Prince Will Come',
and 'Heigh-Ho', are all songs familiar to what Disney characters
16] Instrument Match.
Can you match the correct instrument to its picture on the right?
5. French Horn
Name The Instrument
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