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    Alessandro Volta

    invented the battery

    Napoleon Bonaparte

    Overthrew the French revolutionary government (The Directory) in 1799 and became emperor of France in 1804. Failed to defeat Great Britain and abdicated in 1814. Returned to power briefly in 1815 but was defeated and died in exile.

    John Smith Pemberton

    Invented Atlanta Holy Water: Coca Cola. Started as a wine cola, when Atlanta banned alcohol he added seven secret ingredients creating the modern beverage. 1885.

    Thomas Edison

    Invented the light bulb


    Greek philosopher who was the private teacher of Alexander the Great

    Leonardo da Vinci

    Italian painter, engineer, musician, and scientist. The most versatile genius of the Renaissance, Leonardo filled notebooks with engineering and scientific observations that were in some cases centuries ahead of their time. As a painter Leonardo is best known for The Last Supper (c. 1495) and Mona Lisa (c. 1503).

    Neil Armstrong

    first man to walk on the moon

    Henry Ford assembly line Augustus Caesar

    The first emperor of Rome, the adopted son of Julius Caesar, help Rome come into Pax Romana, or the Age of Roman Peace, and the roads

    Johnnes Gutenberg

    Invented the printing press


    scientist/inventor; invented lever and the pulley

    Barack Obama

    2008; Democrat; first African American president of the US, health care bill; Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster; economy: huge stimulus package to combat the great recession, is removing troops from Iraq, strengthened numbers in Afghanistan; repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell; New Start treaty with Russia

    Karl Benz

    German engineer that developed the first car powered by an internal combustion engine

    Bill Gates

    American computer software designer who Co-founded Microsoft and built it into one of the Largest computer software manufacturers

    Alexander Fleming

    discovered penicillin

    Robert Oppenheimer

    leader of Manhattan project

    Che Guevara

    (1928-1967) Argentinean revolutionary leader; he was an aide to Fidel Castro during the Cuban revolution.

    Wright Brothers

    First to achieve a sustained, controlled flight in a powered airplane

    Ruby Bridges

    The first African-American girl to go to a white school; she had to have a police escort to get to and from school in New Orleans during integration

    Henrietta Lacks

    Cancer cells taken without her knowledge, became HeLa cell line.

    Horace Mann

    Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education; "Father of the public school system"; a prominent proponent of public school reform, & set the standard for public schools throughout the nation; lengthened academic year; pro training & higher salaries to teachers

    John F. Kennedy

    president during part of the cold war and especially during the superpower rivalry and the cuban missile crisis. he was the president who went on tv and told the public about the crisis and allowed the leader of the soviet union to withdraw their missiles. other events, which were during his terms was the building of the Berlin wall, the space race, and early events of the Vietnamese war.

    Franklin D. Roosevelt

    32nd US President - He began New Deal programs to help the nation out of the Great Depression, and he was the nation's leader during most of WWII

    Issac Newton

    mathematician, made gravity laws and the laws of motion

    Abraham Lincoln

    16th President of the United States saved the Union during the Civil War and emancipated the slaves; was assassinated by Booth (1809-1865)

    Galileo Galilei

    Italian astronomer and mathematician who was the first to use a telescope to study the stars

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    the second female supreme court justice appointed by Clinton

    Kilby and Noyce

    developed the microchip in 1958

    Steve Jobs

    computer industry giant who started Apple Computers, Macintosh, I-Phone, etc.

    Augusto Pinochet

    Chilean militar leader who in a coup deposed Salvador Allende - communist, elected leader - created one party rule dictatorship - ruled w/ iron fist - human rights abuses

    Martin Luther King Jr.

    U.S. Baptist minister and civil rights leader. A noted orator, he opposed discrimination against blacks by organizing nonviolent resistance and peaceful mass demonstrations. He was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. Nobel Peace Prize (1964)

    Harry Truman

    33rd President of the United States. Led the U.S. to victory in WWII making the ultimate decision to use atomic weapons for the first time. Shaped U.S. foreign policy regarding the Soviet Union after the war.

    Ray Kroc

    Milkshake salesman that turned a small eatery into the McDonalds mega-franchise

    Nikola Tesla

    Invented the Alternating Current (AC current) for electricity.

    Alexander Wood

    Invented Hypodermic needle

    Louis Pasteur

    A French chemist, this man discovered that heat could kill bacteria that otherwise spoiled liquids including milk, wine, and beer.

    Martin Cooper

    "father of the cell phone"

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    It is very tough to select only a few gk questions for kids .some of the gk questions may seem too simple for higher class students but it is always good to revise what you know before you add in more information to your knowledge base. Here we can have a look at some of the randomly picked basic Gk questions  for kids off all ages.

    1. The largest island in the world is?

    Answer: Green Lan

    2. What is King Arthur’s sword called?

    Answer: Excalibur

    3. National Girl Child Day in India is celebrated on?

    Answer: 24th January

    4. Discovery of India was written by?

    Answer: Jawaharlal Nehru

    5. ______ voted to exit from the European Union?

    Answer: The United Kingdom

    6. Who was awarded for the Booker Prize in 2019?

    Answer: Margaret Atwood

    7. Which state is known as Orchid Paradise in India?

    Answer: Arunachal Pradesh

    8. Albert Einstein was famous for?

    Answer: Albert Einstein was a famous scientist.

    9. Who is named the Father of Geometry?

    Answer: Euclid

    10. Who is named the Nightingale of India?

    Answer: Sarojini Naidu

    11. Which is the National Song of India?

    Answer: Vande Mataram

    12. Which is the national Bird of India?

    Answer: Indian Peacock (Pavo cristatus)

    13. National Girl Child Day in India is celebrated on?

    Answer: 24th January

    14. Name the tallest statue in India?

    Answer: The Statue of Unity, India15. What do you drink that comes from a cow?

    Ans: Milk

    16. When is it time for bed?

    Ans: Night time.

    17. What part of your body lets you see?

    Answer: The eyes

    18. What animal goes “Moo”?

    Answer: Cow

    19. Can you name a word that starts with the letter “C”?

    Answer: Car

    20. How many months do we have in a year?

    Answer: 12 months

    21. How many days do we have in a week?

    Answer: 7 days

    22. How many days are there in a year?

    Answer: 365 days

    23. What is 2+2?

    Answer: 4

    24. Name the first man to walk on the Moon?

    Ans. Neil Armstrong

    25. Name the Oceans of the World?

    Ans. The Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic, and the Southern (Antarctic) oceans.

    26. What is the cause of the Sun’s energy?

    Ans: Fusion of Hydrogen and Helium.

    27. Which is the nearest planet to the Sun?

    Ans: Mercury.

    28. How much time does the sunlight take to reach the Earth?

    Ans: 8 minutes 20 seconds.

    29. Name the planets in our solar system.

    Ans: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

    30. Which is the closest planet to earth?

    Ans: Venus.

    31. Which is the farthest planet from earth?

    Ans: Neptune.

    32. How many moons does the earth have?

    Ans: One

    33. Which planet has the most moons?

    Ans: Saturn

    34. How many moons does Saturn have?

    Ans: 82

    35. Which is the largest moon in our solar system?

    Ans: Ganymede

    36. How many layers are there in the earth’s atmosphere?

    Ans: Five.

    37. What does the cow gives us?

    Answer: Milk

    38. Which is the largest bone in the human body?

    Answer: Femur

    39. Which type of plant is a money plant?

    Answers: Climbers

    40. What is the sound made by a frog?

    Answer: Croak croak

    41. What is the name of the shortest bone in the human body?

    Answer: Stapes

    42. How many layers are there in the atmosphere?

    Answer: 5

    43. How many millimetres are there in a centimetre?

    Ans. 10mm

    44. Name the hardest substance available on Earth?

    Ans. Diamond

    45. Name a shape that has ten sides?

    Ans. Decagon

    46. Name the largest ocean in the World?

    Ans. Pacific Ocean

    47. Who is the real founder of Microsoft?

    Ans.  Bill Gates and Paul G. Allen

    48. Who gave the theory of Relativity?

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