36 Computer Quiz with Answers for Grade 1

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It is important to give your children knowledge about computers as a part of their academics. The computer is a program that stores a lot of information and it has various components and functions. With this lesson, we will help grade 1 kids to understand desktop devices. This question will help class 1 kids to prepare for their exams in advance, or any competition. Let’s look into it one by one:

Computer Questions and Answers for Grade 1

In school, teachers introduce this lesson from basic like teaching them a few easy parts of desktop hardware and software. We have focused these quizzes on computer hardware parts such as a mouse, keyboard, and other hardware components MCQs for the 1st-grade child:

 Q1. What does mean WWW?

a) World Wide Web Applications
b) World Wide Warehouse
c) World Without Windows
d) World Wide Web

Q2. Name the largest key on a QWERTY keyboard. 

a) Space Bar
b) Shift Key
c) Enter Key
d) Backspace key

Q3. How do we connect the desktop to the internet?

a) CPU
b) Modem
c) Mouse
d) Keyboard

Q4. Name the device that is responsible for displaying output. 

a) Speakers
b) Keyboard
c) Monitor

Q5. Which of the following is painting software?

a) MS Paint
b) MS Word
c) MS Excel
d) None of the above

Q6. Name the hardware component that helps us to hear the audio sound from a desktop. 

a) USB
b) Hard disk
c) Monitor
d) Speakers

Q7. Name the device that is used to type letters and numbers on a word document.

a) Random Access Memory
b) Motherboard
c) Keyboard
d) Monitor

Q8. Which hardware device stores data in a desktop? 

a) Keyboard
b) Hard disk
c) Monitor
d) Mouse

Q9. What is the full form of CPU? 

a) Control Processing Unit
b) Copy Processing Unit
c) Central Processing Unit
d) Call Processing Unit

Q10. Which year does the first computer invented?

a) 1834
b) 1945
c) 1822
d) 1827

Q11. Which of the following is the smallest computer? 

a) Desktop
b) Tablet
c) Mainframe
d) Laptop

Q12. Which computer devices require a battery? 

a) Desktop
b) Laptop
c) Tablet
d) Both b and c

Q13. Name the device that cannot be taken out. 

a) Desktop
b) Laptops
c) Tablets
d) Smartphone

Q14. What does GB stand for? 

a) Gigabyte
b) General Business
c) Gameboy
d) None of the above

Q15. Name the device that is used to point.

a) Mouse
b) CPU
c) Speakers
d) Keyboard

Q16. Which hardware device gives electric power to run a desktop? 

a) Motherboard
b) Power Supply Unit
c) Lithium-Ion batteries
d) CPU

Q17. Name the key that works as an eraser. 

a) Escape Key
b) Backspace key
c) Shift Key
d) Arrow key

Q18. Which hardware device is used to give audio inputs to a computer? 

a) Headphone
b) Telephone
c) Microphone
d) Speaker

Q19. How many letters keys are on a Computer Keyboard?? 

a) 35 keys
b) 26 keys
c) 55 keys
d) 27 keys

Q20. Name the devices that are used to scan documents. 

a) Monitor
b) Scanner
c) Printer
d) keyboard

Q21. Which hardware device keeps the computer running when the power supply goes off?

a) Cabinet
b) UPS
c) CPU
d) Monitor

Q22. What does ‘bit’ stand for in a computer?

a) Binary tree
b) Binary digit
c) Binary information term
d) All of the above

Q23. Which keys help us to start a new paragraph? 

a) Space Bar
b) Enter Key
c) Backspace key
d) Shift Key

Q24. What does a keyboard have?

a) Keys
b) Blocks
c) Buttons
d) None of the above

Q25. What is the work of a Printer?

a) Produce sound for audio
b) Display images and text
c) Play audio and video
d) Print images and text on paper

Q26. Who invented the computer device?

a) Benjamin Franklin
b) None of the above
c) Charles Babbage
d) Blaise Pascal

Q27. Which hardware device is known as the brain of a computer?

a) CPU
b) Hard Disk
c) Keyboard
d) Monitor

Q28. What does CD stand for in a computer? 

a) Coloured Disc
b) Compact Disc
c) Computer Disc
d) Compressed Disc

Q29. Which hardware device looks like an animal? 

a) Mouse
b) Monitor
c) Keyboard
d) Printer

Q30. Name the device that does not have a keyboard.

a) Desktop
b) Tablet
c) Laptop
d) All of the above

Q31. Which hardware device temporarily store information in the computer?

a) ROM
b) RAM
c) Monitor
d) None of these

Q32. What does a ROM Stand for?

a) Read-only memory
b) Random-once memory
c) Read-once memory
d) None of these

Q33. Name the world’s largest computer network.

a) Internet
b) Mobile
c) Operating System
d) Data transfer

Q 34. Name the device where the CPU and memory are located.

a) RAM
b) ROM
c) Motherboard
d) Printer

Q35. Name the total number of functions key that is available on the Keyboard.

a) 24
b) 12
c) 22
d) 19

Q36. What are the four main key functions of a Desktop device?

a) Keyboard, Display, Memory, and Disk Drive
b) Word processing, Spreadsheets, Database
c) Bits, Bytes, Words, and OSI
d) Input, Processing, Output, and Storage


Below there are the answers to the above Computer Quiz questions for class 1 kids:

1. (d) World Wide Web2. (a) Space Bar
3. (b) Modem4. (c) Monitor
5. (a) MS Paint6. (d) Speaker
7. (c) Keyboard8. (b) Hard disk
9. (c) Central Processing Unit10. (c) 1822
11. (b) Tablet12. (d) Both b and c
13. (a) Desktop14. (a) Gigabyte
15. (a) Mouse16. (b) Power Supply Unit
17. (b) Backspace key18. (C) Microphone
19. (b) 26 Keys20. (b) Scanner
21. (b) UPS22. (b) Binary digit
23. (b) Enter Key24. (a) Keys
25. (d) Print images and text on paper26. (c) Charles Babbage
27. (a) CPU28. (b) Compact Disk
29. (a) Mouse30. (b) Tablet
31. (b) RAM32. (a) Read-only memory
33. (a) Internet34. (c) Motherboard
35. (b) 1236. (d) Input, Processing, Output, and Storage

These top 36 questions on computers must have improved your children’s knowledge about the device and its hardware components. With is quiz they can now confidently participate in any such quiz or prepare for exams in advice.

Suhana Dessai

Suhana holds a master's degree in computer and from the University of Goa. She has around 3 years of experience in various fields of writing and editing. By profession, she is a freelancer Content Writer. As an associate editor at SudivGuide, Suhana edits and ensures the articles are aligned with the website's editorial standards.