The most people taking part in simultaneous literature quizzes at multiple venues is 6, and was achieved by World Book Day (UK) at 62 worldwide locations. Primary. World Book Day: Book Bonanza Quiz KS2. Make and do. World Book Day: Book Bonanza Quiz KS2. loved this Add to favourites Share. I made a PowerPoint featuring recent films and asked quiz questions, ensuring that pupils would find out the author and title of the books featured.
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Play our quiz featuring 20 questions about 20 World Book Day authors to celebrate 20 years – and why not challenge a young reader, too?. A World Book Day quiz for KS2 pupils. Twenty-five questions, team answer sheet and answers included within the Powerpoint. Quite an. Questions comprise: classic literature, Harry Potter, popular teen fiction, books from class.
Mother Roo. Awful Auntie by David Walliams. James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl. Horrid Henry by Francesca Simon. Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney. Turkish delight. A dragon. A human. A sheep.
A rat. A pig. A goose. Minerva McGonagall. Dolores Umbridge. Severus Snape.
Horace Slughorn. They've all been the bestselling children's author in the UK for at least one year. They have all been the Children's Laureate.
They all write books about magic. They all write books about. The Unseen University. Malory Towers. Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
The Hundred and One Dalmatians. I Capture the Castle.
A Tale of Two Families. The Midnight Kittens. Agatha Christie.
Enid Blyton. Robin Stevens. It lies just east of Hogwarts, and has been the focus of many key events in the Harry Potter series.
Harry and Voldemort's final showdown occurred here, and creatures that live in it include Acromantulas, unicorns and centaurs. What is this off-limits location where Harry first saw Snape confronting Quirrell in the first book?
Invented in the s by Bowman Wright, it replaced an animal that became an endangered species in the s. It is enchanted to move like this animal, a small, round bird, and is the most important item in its game.
Name this walnut-sized golden ball invented in Godric's Hollow to replace the Snidget. This writer has scrawled numerous thrillers including: He disapproves of cheating and deception, but some of his favorite things are wizard chess, spiders, and gnomes, and he even approves of Ron's pet owl, Pigwidgeon.
Sirius called him "the most intelligent of his kind I've ever met," but may not have known at the time that he was part Kneazle. Who is this large, bowlegged ginger cat that Hermione bought in Diagon Alley? He has knowingly taken an order from a student only once, when Fred and George Weasley made their extravagant escape from Professor Umbridge, though Harry tricked him into following a fake order from the Bloody Baron.
Name this poltergeist who is perennially excluded from the Welcoming Feast due to his extreme lack of manners. It is situated in the middle of the North Sea, though its precise location is unknown to most. After Kingsley Shacklebolt became Minister of Magic, he terminated the use of Dementors for security. Name this wizarding prison from which Sirius Black, among others, managed to escape. This entity's decor changes depending on the time of day, though candles in sconces always light the interior.
It can travel up to km in an instant, and objects dodge it so that it can travel at breakneck paces. This describes what mode of transportation, which costs 11 sickles and requires only that the customer hold out his wand arm?
This book by Amy Tan features a group of Chinese-American women telling their own stories around a game of mahjong.
It is largely based on her own life experiences and inspired a hit movie by the same name. Its editor is Barnabas Cuffe and its office is in Diagon Alley.
Clearly, it has little journalistic integrity, as evidenced by its many lies about Harry and the fact that Rita Skeeter worked for it for years. What is this publication, the primary wizarding newspaper? This is one of the most-used spells in the Harry Potter series. Dragons can be deterred by many of these at once, and Hagrid's giant blood apparently makes him resistant to this spell. McGonagall was hit in the chest by six of what spell, which renders the victim unconscious in a flash of red light?
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