About National Trivia Day
January 4 is National Trivia Day. It celebrates all of those little bits of knowledge. This can be a fun one to celebrate with Scouts of all ages.
Trivia for Youth
Brush up on your Scouting trivia or work on an advancement which will help you learn more about Scouting.
Trivia is fun for youth. At one summer camp we attended, the trading post manager shared a fun trivia fact before each meal. Sharing an oddball fact is a fun way to add some levity to a troop meeting too. Or you can have fun playing a trivia game as a gathering activity or in a long car ride to camp.
What is your favorite trivia activity or game for youth? Add it to the comments below.
The games and resources below can be used to make your own trivia game or to just introduce random fun facts. These provide a source of trivia and questions.
Test your Scouts BSA knowledge with these BSA trivia questions. How many answers do you know?
Mental Floss is a good source for some trivia for youth. This article has over fifty trivia facts which youth will enjoy. These are in the format of images, so you can share them on Instagram or Facebook also.
Four Facts game is an icebreaker game which involves sharing personal trivia.
Play a Trivia Game
These games come ready made with trivia for youth.
This trivia game has separate trivia for youth and adults. This makes it more fun if the youth want to challenge the adults. You can use the questions to make up your own trivia game also.
This game has trivia for teens and older. The questions are about things you are familiar with. What is the character limit for Tweets on Twitter? How long did Sleeping Beauty actually sleep?
Brain Quest is just classic trivia game fun!
Books with Trivia for Youth
These books will also provide plenty of material for trivia questions or fun facts for youth.