Welcome to our ‘Spring’ trivia template! Spring is one of the most beloved seasons in many countries around the world. It marks the transition from winter to summer, and often features warm, mild days accompanied by a vibrant show of colors and blooms. Join us as we explore the fascinating aspects of this beautiful season, testing your knowledge with a variety of questions related to the science, history, geography, and culture of spring. From fun facts to traditional customs, challenge yourself and see how much you know about the arrival of warmer weather. Let’s get started!
1) What is the most popular month for spring in the northern hemisphere?
2) What is the common name for the first day of spring?
3) What color are tulips traditionally?
4) On what day is the Jewish holiday of Passover celebrated?
5) When does the March Equinox occur?
6) How many weeks are in spring?
7) On what day is the start of lent?
8) What type of weather is normally associated with spring?
9) What is the Chinese symbol for spring?
10) When does Daylight Savings Time begin?
11) What type of animal traditionally symbolizes spring?
12) How many months of the year is spring?
13) What type of food is traditionally eaten on Easter Sunday?
14) What is the name of the astronomical event occurring during the spring equinox?
15) What does the "M" in March stand for?
16) On what day is St Patrick's Day celebrated?
17) What type of tree flowers in the spring?
18) What flower is native to Japan and is seen as a symbol of renewal?
19) What is the Latin word for spring?
20) What month marks the last of spring in the Southern hemisphere?
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