4th of July Quiz for Kids: Celebrate the Fourth of July with this Fun Trivia- Custom Trivia Quiz Maker

4th of July Quiz for Kids: Celebrate the Fourth of July with this Fun Trivia

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Where was the first celebration of Independence Day held?
Every Independence Day, how many times does the Liberty Bell ring?
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The Fourth of July is a day that celebrates the independence of the United States. It is always celebrated on July 4th, and it is a federal holiday. The day has been traditionally marked with parades, picnics, and barbecues.The Fourth of July Quiz for Kids: Celebrate the Fourth of July with this Fun Trivia will be a fun way to teach kids about America's history and what Independence Day means to Americans.This quiz will test your knowledge on all things Fourth of July!
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Category 1
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Where was the first celebration of Independence Day held?
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Philadelphia
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Every Independence Day, how many times does the Liberty Bell ring?
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13
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What was the name of the newspaper that published the Declaration of Independence?
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The Pennsylvania Evening Post
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The Fourth of July commemorates which document?
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Declaration of Independence
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What is the proper way to fold the American flag?
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In a triangular shape
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Which American president was born on July 4th?
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Calvin Coolidge
Category 2
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Which president of the United States was the first to host a Fourth of July celebration at the White House?
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Thomas Jefferson
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How many Stars and Stripes does the US flag have?
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50 Stars and 13 Stripes
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What is the location of the nation�s oldest Fourth of July parade?
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Bristol, Rhode Island
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What was the total number of people who signed the Declaration of Independence?
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56
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Every July 4th, what food is most commonly consumed?
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Hot Dogs
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What is the name of the national anthem of the United States of America?
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Star-Spangled Banner
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Who gave the Statue of Liberty to the United States?
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French people
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What was The Statue of Liberty�s official name?
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Liberty Enlightening the World
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Where is the Liberty Bell currently located?
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Every July 4th, how many hot dogs are consumed?
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150 million
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On the Declaration of Independence, who had the largest signature?
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John Hancock
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Which two presidents of the United States died on July 4th of the same year?
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John Adams and Thomas Jefferson
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Why was the Boston Tea Party�s tea shipment ruined?
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Due to Protest against British
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What was the estimated population of the United States on July 4, 1776?
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2.5 million people
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On July 4th, which classic children�s book was published?
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Alice�s Adventures in Wonderland
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In what year were fireworks first used to celebrate the Fourth of July?
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1777
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Who is the author of the Pledge of Allegiance?
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Francis Bellamy
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During World War II, where did the Declaration of Independence get stored?
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Fort Knox
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Which country declared independence from the United States on July 4, 1960?
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Philippines
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When does the United States of America commemorate its independence?
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On the fourth of July 1776, the USA was declared an independent nation. It is commemorated with a federal holiday and often called the Fourth of July.
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What does July 4 actually celebrate?
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Freedom for the USA from the rule of King George III
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How many colonies took part in signing the Declaration of Independence?
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Thirteen colonies took part in signing the Declaration of Independence
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What is the National Anthem of the United States of America?
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The Star Spangled Banner'
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Who wrote the 'The Star Spangled Banner'?
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An amateur poet Francis Scott Key wrote 'The Star Spangled Banner' on 14 September 1814.
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How were the 13 stars arranged on the original American Flag?
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The 13 stars were arranged in a circle shape
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Who was the first President after Independence?
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George Washington was the first President in the year 1789
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What do he colors of the National Flag indicate?
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White: innocence and purity, red: valor, and blue: vigilance and justice
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What do the 13 stripes on the flag indicate?
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It indicates the 13 colonies
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At which place was the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution signed?
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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When was the one time when Independence Day was celebrated on a date other than July 4?
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As the federal holiday fell on a Sunday in 1779, it was celebrated on 5 July instead.
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