Bible trivia questions for youth can ask the type of birds Noah sent after resting in the ark, the name of the mountain where Moses received the 10 Commandments, and the first and last books in the Bible. Good questions should cover material the youth have learned recently.
After the flood, Noah spent 40 days resting in the ark on Mount Ararat. He first sent out a raven, then a dove. Another fact related to the story of Noah is that after the flood, God created a rainbow as a sign that he wouldn't flood the earth again.
Moses received the 10 Commandments on Mount Sinai. Other questions related to Moses include who found him as a baby and who Jesus appeared with on the Mount of Transfiguration. The Pharaoh's daughter found Moses in the river. Jesus appeared with Moses and Elijah.
Genesis is the first book in the Bible, and Revelations is the last. Psalms is the longest book, while John is the shortest.
One way to make Bible trivia questions more fun for children is by dividing them into teams and holding a competition. The teacher can assign each team a section of the Bible, such as the Old Testament and the New Testament, and ask each team questions relating to their testament.