Try Infoplease's brain-busting quizzes for Independence Day

 
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Can't agree on a film for family movie night? Stuck in the house on a rainy day? Looking for an activity that will keep your kids entertained on a long car ride? Infoplease has the perfect solution! Challenge your kids to a battle of the minds with Infoplease's printable Family Trivia Packets.

Each packet includes several quizzes that cover a range of topics, such as history, entertainment, geography, and more. The packets are available in two levels: adults and kids. The kids' packet is geared toward middle schoolers. We recommend that parents and kids each take age-appropriate quizzes.

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  • Independence Day Quizzes: Middle-School Level pdf icon
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    The oldest president inaugurated was Reagan (age 69); the youngest was Kennedy (age 43).

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