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Daily Student Trivia

Updated on September 21, 2014

Fun, Easy SAT & ACT Prep

Fun facts and trivia questions for high school enrichment or SAT prep. It's a painless way to be prepared for those college entrance exams, and maybe you'll even win a game show! I assign these daily for my home-schooled high schooler and rarely get a complaint, because it's fun! She enjoys earning rice for the less fortunate, by playing Free Rice Vocabulary. Now, several family members are competing with each other- MOM too :D

Get the whole family involved in learning! Make Daily Student Trivia part of YOUR daily routine!


SAT Question of the Day

Free APP for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch!


Useful, with a pleasant degree of humor!

Everything under the Sun! - Fun facts and folklore, weather predictions & astronomical data

Practice makes perfect!
Practice makes perfect!

Fun Multiplication Games

Join a public game or create a private game to race with your friends!

Grand Prix

Penguin Jump

Tractor Pull

Space Race


Free Rice Trivia Questions


BrainPOP Featured Movie - Try the quiz, activity and FYI!

FREE Daily Movie

FREE BrainPOP Featured Movie APP

for the iPad, iPhone & iPod touch!

This Day in History


Daily Satellite Tracker

See what's coming in the sky near you!

Go to GeoBee Quiz
Go to GeoBee Quiz

Today's GeoBee Quiz

Study NOW and register in the fall!

U.S. schools and homeschool associations/ official support groups with a minimum of six students, grades four through eight, are eligible to register for the Bee. There is a $90 registration fee.

Registration: Early September until October 15

Materials Received: Mid-November

School Bees: November - January

Qualifying Test received by: January 31

State Bees: March

National Bee: May 22-24, 2012 in Washington D.C.

How to register for the GeoBee!

Get your game on!

How to Ace the National Geographic Bee: Official Study Guide 4th edition
How to Ace the National Geographic Bee: Official Study Guide 4th edition

The Official GeoBee Study Guide: Up-to-date with new tips!

Don't Gross Out the World!
Don't Gross Out the World!

Don't Gross Out the World!

World Manners Quiz

Fun daily review of the elements!

What fun fact did you learn today? - Link suggestions for Daily Student Trivia welcome!

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      ggruden2 5 years ago

      Very nice lense!

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      WriterJanis2 5 years ago

      Such fun trivia!

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      GregKuhn 5 years ago

      Hello Lovetolink. Thank you for this cool lens; as a teacher I've found it very engaging to have a repository of cool facts which I can share. Here's one: the phrase "On cloud number nine..." comes from the Encyclopedia of Clouds. The encyclopedia lists "Cumulus Nimbus" clouds as the ninth cloud and Cumulus Nimbus clouds are those fluffy, pillow-looking clouds which look soft to lay down upon. I have a lens about teaching which covers great classroom management and I'd enjoy it if you gave it a read and let me know what you think. Either way, thank you for this fun and useful lens!

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      bilafond lm 5 years ago

      Excellent lens the contents are so well spread out.

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      Peggy Hazelwood 5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      These are great resources for trivia! Students who do these each day will learn a lot.

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      jimmyworldstar 6 years ago

      I learned that goldfish don't really have a memory span of only a couple seconds! Interesting fact for the day. Brain size isn't everything!

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      Jimmie Lanley 6 years ago from Memphis, TN, USA

      What a great idea for a lens. Wish I'd thought of it first! Why don't you add some tips for using these in a daily routine? Give your own evaluations of them. What's useful or fun about each one?

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      Barb McCoy 7 years ago

      We are going to be adding a few of these to our morning routine. My son uses every morning for current events and the SAT question of the day but I think he would like a couple more to read. Thanks.