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Social Studies Quizzes and Trivia

A part of curriculum which studies the interaction of people, the environment, the economy and the past..
Geography
Geography
"For 186 days a year the sun is not seen at the North Pole." Source: Mindless Crap
Trivia US Quiz Game Map and Geography Trivia
Trivia/Quiz Weather Trivia Stately Knowledge
Lizard Point Test Your Geography Knowledge
Economics
Economics
"The unemployment rate for college graduates is 3.9%. For high school dropouts, itís 13%." Source Transworld Business
Funtrivia Sporcle AlltheTest.com Council of Economic Education
EconGuru ProProfs ECEDWEB Economics Online
Religion
Religion
"Whilst the Bible is the world's best-selling book, it's also the world's most shoplifted book". Source: Religion Facts
Funtrivia Beliefnet Religion Facts Braingle: Trivia Quizzes about Religion
Squid Quiz Bible Quizzes Sporcle ProPof-Trivia Quizzes about Religion
Anthropolgoy
Anthropology
"Contrary to the famous poster you may have seen in National Geographic magazine of human ancestors gradually gaining better and better posture, the ancestors of humans were erect even before they developed brains larger than those of today's chimpanzees."Source: Quora
Polamar WizIQ Quora-Trivia Animal Smart Sporcle
ProProf Study.com FunTrivia Listverse 123Facts
Archaeology
Archaeology
"Archaeologists always dig square holes? They dig in a scientific method with neat, organized, square holes on a grid system. Being super organized helps them keep records of where they make each find" Source Dialogue for Kids
BBC ProProf Fun Trivia Wikiversity Dialogue For Kids-Trivia's National Geographic