Register New Player
Welcome to our world of fun trivia quizzes and quiz games:
Where Do The Children Play?
Games & Toys
"A collection of questions on games you might have played as a child"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
This game can be played both outside and inside as long as the area is large enough and free of dangerous obstacles. One person is 'It' and has their eyes covered trying to catch others. What game are we playing?
Hide and Seek
Ring Around the Rosie
Blind Man's Bluff
The game of tiddlywinks had its origins as a Victorian parlour game for adults. The game uses small discs and the object of the game is to cover your opponents' small discs with your own and get your own small discs into the central pot. What is the name given to these small discs?
What variant of cricket, usually played by children in their yards, involves only one batter, no wickets, no cricket pitch and definitely no field placings?
I have brought my prized collection of tom bowlers, taws and peawees to school. My favorite is my lucky cat's-eye shooter which I hope I don't lose. What game will I be playing?
If you have ophidiophobia, which of these board games would you possibly prefer not to play?
Snakes and Ladders
The game of knucklebones was quite popular when I was growing up. It was also popular with your parents as they didn't have to buy you any special equipment but just save you the knuckle from the Sunday roast. What type of roast would the knuckle usually come from?
To play this game my friends and I usually needed some chalk, a bean bag or just a rock for a marker and a piece of concrete or asphalt on which to draw what was called "the court". Sometimes we needed to use two legs and sometimes only one. What game were we playing?
Scotch on the Rocks
Rock-Paper-Scissors would have to be one of the simplest and cheapest games ever invented. You just need one other person and the ability to shape your hand into a fist (rock), point two fingers (scissors) or laid out flat (paper). Which one of these is NOT correct for the game of Rock-Paper-Scissors?
Rock beats Scissors
Rock beats Paper
Scissors beats Paper
Paper beats Rock
This game, usually played inside, involves a player using hand signals to give clues to the other players to help them guess a word or phrase. Fingers are held up; ears are tugged; imaginary cameras are cranked; people pretend to be reading. And all of this is done without saying a word. What game are we playing?
Pass the Parcel
Spin the Bottle
If I was in the playground with my friends, usually other girls, and I was playing "Double Dutch", what piece of equipment would we be using?
None, we'd just be talking double Dutch.
Copyright, FunTrivia.com. All Rights Reserved.
Legal / Conditions of Use
Compiled Jun 28 12