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Animal Trivia Challenge
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Trivia games for seven-year-olds from MindWare help build a broad base of knowledge while providing hours of fun. The Professor Noggin series covers a wide variety of interesting topics including Ancient Civilizations, History of the United States and more. While the Explore the World and Explore the 50 State Trivia Games take kids everywhere.
The Professor Noggin Series is a favorite of teachers, with straight-from-curriculum facts presented as trivia, true/false and multiple-choice questions. Card sets include; Ancient Civilizations, Wonders of the World, Countries of the World, History of the United States and American Revolution fun trivia games.
The Animal Trivia Challenge is fun for the whole family. This challenge has beginner and advance playing cards so everyone is challenged, while it strengthens social skills, logic, animal knowledge and deductive reasoning.
From people and places to interesting facts and flags the Explore The 50 States Trivia Game and the Explore the World Trivia Games add the Who, Where and What to geographic trivia. These great learning games are fun for seven-year-olds and parents to play together.
Trivia games are perfect in classroom settings, as they engage the whole class in fast-paced and fun competition. Plus, you can easily tailor the content to match your class section ... from Math to Social Studies, Science and Art there's a trivia game for every classroom and any topic. Trivia games are also a fun and easy way to challenge students who complete their work before the rest of the class. A round of trivia is a great reward for getting assignments completed expediently. Trivia games for kids are also a great way to keep the classroom engaged in learning on the day before a scheduled school break or before leaving on a field trip.