50 Spooky Fun Halloween Trivia Questions

Get your family into the Halloween spirit with some Halloween Trivia questions for Kids! Grab my list of 50 Halloween trivia questions and see who knows the most about this fun fall holiday.

Halloween Questions Trivia for Kids

We love Halloween in my family. Each year we can’t wait to hang up some ghosts and cobwebs around the house and pick out what our costumes are going to be. 

I’m always looking for great Halloween activities to add to the festivities to make that fun last even longer. We can’t get enough of Halloween Charades, and my little ones love Halloween matching!

Now that my kids are getting interested in Trivia questions, I thought some Halloween trivia would be the perfect addition to our Halloween traditions.

How to Play Trivia With Kids

Simple, fun, no-prep activities are a mom’s best friend, and Halloween Trivia for Kids is no exception. All you need to play is my list of Halloween Trivia for Kids and some excited participants. 

Simply read the questions and try to answer them correctly! You could take turns reading the questions or designate a “host” to read all the questions. 

Keep score and compete for a prize (maybe first dibs on a Halloween treat!), or just play for fun without worrying about a score. If you have enough people, you could even split into two teams and compete against each other. 

Spooky Fun Halloween Trivia Questions

When to Play Halloween Trivia for Kids

When is the best time to play trivia? Anytime! That’s the great thing about it. 

You could carry around the list in your purse so it’s ready when you need some quick entertainment. Or you could make a big night out of it with your family and play at home. 

I am a big fan of having a special dinner on Halloween night, and playing trivia would be the perfect activity for the kids to play while they are eagerly waiting for trick-or-treating time.

Whenever you choose to play, your kids are sure to want to play again! 

Halloween Trivia for Kids

Q. Is a pumpkin a fruit or vegetable?

A. Fruit

Q. What do pumpkins grow on?

A. Vines

Q. What animal is associated with witches that is black?

A. Cat

Q. What month is Halloween?

A. October

Q. What day is Halloween celebrated?

A. 31st

Q. How many legs do spiders have?

A. 8

Q. During Halloween, what do people “bob” for?

A. Apples

Q. Where did bobbing for apples originate?

A. Ancient Rome

Q. What do you call a group of witches?

A. A coven

Q. Where do you go to pick a pumpkin?

A. Pumpkin Patch

Q. Where did jack o’ lanterns originate?

A. Ireland

Q. What is the most popular Halloween candy?

A. Chocolate

Q. What is another name for phantom?

A. Ghost

Q. Casper is a what?

A. Ghost

Q. What do you put inside the pumpkin to make it glow?

A. A light

Q. What do witches use to fly around?

A. A broomstick

Q. What kind of houses do people go into on Halloween?

A. Haunted Houses

Q. What do kids like to dress up in on Halloween?

A. Costumes

Q. What Halloween character has fangs?

A. Vampire

Q. What animal is associated with a Vampire?

A. Bat

Q. A pumpkin with a face carved is called?

A. A Jack o’ Lantern

Q. In the US, this public holiday is celebrated on October 31st?

A. Halloween

Q. Before pumpkins were used, what was used to carve Jack o’ Lanterns?

A. Turnips

Q. Where do vampire bats live?

A. North and South America

Q. What two colors are associated with Halloween?

A. Orange and Black

Q. What do kids do on Halloween to get candy?

A. Trick or Treat

Q. The word Halloween means?

A. All Hallows evening

Q. What do ghosts say?

A. Boo

Q. What is the name of the most popular Halloween vampire?

A. Dracula

Q. What is sweet and made of sugar?

A. Candy

Q. What do you call a human body that is supported by bones?

A. Skeleton

Q. What do you call the Halloween character that is big, tall, scary, and usually green?

A. Frankenstein

Q. What do you call the pot that witches cook in?

A. Coulron

Q. What is a stone built grave called?

A. Tomb

Q. What does the Halloween color black represent?

A. Death

Q. What does the Halloween color orange represent?

A. Harvest

Q. What food keeps Dracula away?

A. Garlic

Q. What two words does the word, “bonfire” originate from?

A. Bone and Fire

Q. What does Dracula mean?

A. Son of the Devil

Q. What country celebrates the Day of the Dead?

A. Mexico

Q. What do you call the bone of the head that is associated with Halloween?

A. Skull

Q. How do witches cook their potions and spells?

A. Brew

Q. Other than a cat, what other animal is associated with a witch?

A. Owl

Q. In Ancient Rome, what were owls thought of as?

A. Evil

Q. What do you call a dead human whose body has been preserved?

A. Mummy

Q. What country do mummies originate from?

A. Egypt

Q. What century did trick-or-treating begin?

A. 16th Century

Q. While trick-or-treating, what does a teal pumpkin mean?

A. Allergy-free treats

Q. What does the word “Halloween” mean?

A. Holy Night

Q. What Halloween candy was originally called “chicken feed”?

A. Candy Corn

Q. What were originally used as the first Jack-o’-Lanterns?

A. Turnips

Q. What was Bram Stoker’s original name for Dracula?

A. Count Wampyr.

Q. When is Halloween thought to have originated?

A. 4000 B.C.

Q. What is Hong Kong’s Festival of Hungry Ghosts called?

A. Yue Lan

Q. What did Scottish women hang to see their future husbands on Halloween?

A. Wet sheets in front of a fire

Q. What phobia do you suffer from if you have an extreme fear of Halloween?

A. Samhainophobia

What are some of your favorite Halloween trivia questions? Share in the comments!

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