25 Amazing GK Questions about Planets with Answers for Kids
It is important that children should have knowledge about the planets that are present in the solar system. This knowledge will not only help young ones in their education but they will grow their knowledge at a young age. The planet is a very big celestial body that revolves around the sun. Having strong knowledge about planets is very helpful for children in their academics and will boost their confidence. In this article, children will learn about the planet’s natural satellite, their features, and other important things about planets. Kids are very interested to know about the things they see around them. Especially when sitting outside at night and when they watch stars they have many questions to ask such as what are these moving lights in the sky, where are they moving, why they are short, etc. So here are general knowledge questions about planets along with answers to clear their all doubts. This article will cover the top 25 quizzes on the planet for classes 1, 2, and 3 kids along with answers:
Interesting and Fun Facts about Planets
Here are quick facts about planets for classes 1, 2, and 3:
- The solar system is a very silent place.
- Venus is the hottest planet in space and has around 450° C temperature.
- Only 2 planets that don’t have moons that are mercury and Venus.
- Footprints of anyone that show on moons don’t disappear for many years because of no wind.
- Venus is the only planet where the highest number of volcanoes happens.
25 Interesting General knowledge Questions on Planets with Answers for Classes 1, 2 and 3
Young ones are very curious to know about the light they see in the sky. They have a lot of questions in their minds. So to clear their doubts we have covered a list of GK questions about the solar system on planets in the general knowledge format so that it gets easier for young ones to select the right answers from the 4 options. This way they are repeatedly able to remember the planet’s name and get familiar with the concept.
Let’s start the GK quiz about the solar system and planets for grades 1, 2, and 3:
Q1. From the given options which planets do not contain moons?
a) Earth and Mercury
b) Mars and Venus
c) Mercury and Venus
d) Jupiter and Venus
Q2. Out of the given list, which planets spin backward?
a) Saturn and Uranus
b) Venus and Uranus
c) Jupiter and Uranus
d) Venus and Neptune
Q3. Can you tell the number of natural satellites that the earth has?
Q4. Can you tell the number of times the sunlight takes to reach the earth’s surface?
a) 3 minutes and 12 seconds
b) 8 minutes and 20 seconds
c) 6 minutes and 30 seconds
d) 4 minutes and 17 seconds
Q5. What do we call the line when Earth spins itself on an imaginary line?
Q6. How many maximum numbers of planets are there in the solar system?
Q7. Amongst the given option name the planet that has a maximum number of moons.
Q8. Amongst the given option which planet has rings around it?
d) All of the above
Q9. From the following options name the planet known as the Morning Star or the Evening Star.
Q10. Name the planet in the solar system that is very bright.
Q11. Amongst the given option which is the hottest planet in the solar system?
Q12. Out of the following list which is the smallest planet in the solar system?
Q13. Can you tell the nearest planet to the Earth?
Q14. Out of the given list name the planet that is farthest from the sun.
Q15. Can you tell the planet that is nearest to the sun?
Q16. Which planet does the biggest Ganymede moon belong to?
Q17. What is another name of the biggest Saturn’s moon and which is known as the 2nd largest moon in the solar system?
Q18. Amongst the following list name the planet that completes its revolution in less than 10 hours.
Q19. Name the planet that is also known as the Blue Planet.
Q20. From the following list name the planet known as the Red Planet.
Q21. From the following list name the planet that appears in yellow color.
Q22. Which direction does the star movie?
a) West to east
b) South to west
c) East to west
d) North to south
Q23. Which sides of the sun are visible to us?
d) None of above
Q24. Amongst the following list name the planet in the solar system that has 14 moons.
Q25. Amongst the following options name the planet that is also known as earth twin.
Here are the answers on planets of the solar system for grades 1, 2, and 3:
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|5) d||6) c||7) d||8) d|
|9) a||10) b||11) c||12) a|
|13) d||14) c||15) d||16) a|
|17) b||18) d||19) a||20) d|
|21) a||22) c||23) a||24) c|
We hope children have learned many names of planets at an early age which will boost their confidence level and they will be able to answer any questions related to planets confidently. They even have cleared a lot of their doubts about planets present in the solar system. These questions are enough for classes 1, 2, and 3. You can slowly move to higher-level quizzes when children learned all of this.
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