Do you think you know your way around middle school trivia? Test your knowledge with this fun quiz! From movie and music favorites to classic literature and historical topics, this trivia template will have you reminiscing about your days spent in middle school. So, if you’re ready for a trip down memory lane, let’s get started! Whether you’re a middle school survivor or a nostalgic teacher, your middle school trivia skills are sure to be put to the test. Show your friends how much you know and let the competition begin!
1) Which of these landforms is often found near the mouth of a river?
2) What type of force pulls objects towards the Earth?
3) What is the name of the seventh planet from the sun?
4) What type of eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the sun and the Earth?
5) How many days does it take for the Earth to orbit the Sun?
6) Which of these is not one of the three states of matter?
7) What is the name for the force that resists the relative motion of two objects?
8) What tells us how bright or dim a star is?
9) What type of energy is created when water flows through a turbine?
10) What scale is used to measure the intensity of earthquakes?
11) What is the name for a mixture of several different gases, mostly nitrogen and oxygen?
12) What type of plant uses a flower to reproduce?
13) Which type of wave is used for long-distance communication?
14) What type of animal is a kangaroo?
15) What type of animal group is a hive composed of?
16) What is the name for the layer of the atmosphere that contains most of the air we breathe?
17) What is the name for the solid particles that make up matter?
18) What is the name for the type of rock formed when lava and ash cool?
19) What type of animal lays eggs?
20) What type of current is caused by differences in temperatures?
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