True and false questions test your knowledge and get you thinking about fun facts you may otherwise not consider. Questions can be an icebreaker or just add fun to any occasion.
Printable True and False Questions
If you're ready to put your brain to the test, print out these 40 true and false questions. They cover a variety of subjects including:
- Pop culture
- Movie trivia
- Animal life
- Little-known fun facts
This printable includes both the questions and an answer sheet. You'll need Adobe Reader to download and print them out. This guide can help you figure out how to download and print if you get stuck. To get started, click on the thumbnail picture below:
Using the True and False Questions
You can use these true and false questions at many gatherings such as:
- Family dinner
- Dinner with friends
- Holiday gatherings
- Church gatherings
- In the classroom
- Direct sales home parties
- Team-building sessions
- Long trips
To encourage participation, offer a small prize to the person with the most correct answers.
Games You Can Play
Add a twist to the traditional way of answering true and false questions with these ideas:
- Elimination Game: Ask participants to stand up. Tell them to raise their right hand if an answer is true and their left hand if false. If they get the question wrong, they must sit down. Whoever is left standing at the end is the winner.
- True and False Target Game: You'll need four trash cans; two labeled true and the other two false, and 80 crumbled wads of paper to play. Divide participants into two teams. Each team gets one set of trash cans and 40 wads of paper. Set the trash cans several feet away. Taking turns, two participants from opposing teams will play at a time. After a question is asked, they must throw a wad of paper into the correct trash can. If they answer incorrectly yet make the basket, they must remove their wad of paper. If they answer correctly, but do not get the paper in the trash can, they also lose that question. The team that has the most wads of papers in the trash cans after all questions are asked wins.
- Timed Game: Give participants just 15 seconds to answer each question.
Step Up Your Brainpower
Anything that gets you thinking is good for your brain. True and false questions may seem outdated to those who are used to having every answer at their fingertips. However, research suggests Googling everything may make you less able to think for yourself and stifles your curiosity. Step-up your game and get back to basics by answering true and false questions. It's a guaranteed fun time.