Spring Trivia and Interactive Crossword
Raise your spirits with clues and brain teasers featuring the season of fresh new life
Spring is nature’s way of saying, “Let’s party!”
– Robin Williams (1951–2014)
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1. FILL IN THE BLANK: In Bambi, the 1942 Disney film, the animals were said to fall in love in the springtime because they were ____.
2. MATCHING: Match the spring-like song with the (or a) recording artist or group who recorded it.
|I. “Spring Again”||a. The Rascals|
|II. “Here Comes the Sun”||b. Donna Summer|
|III. “Spring Affair”||c. Steve Bassett and Robbin Thompson|
|IV. “59th Street Bridge Song” (Feelin’ Groovy)||d. The Beatles|
|V. “Sweet Virginia Breeze”||e. Simon and Garfunkel|
|VI. “A Beautiful Morning”||f. Sarah Vaughan|
|VII. “It Might as Well Be Spring”||g. Lou Rawls|
3. PICK ONE: Which is not true about the vernal equinox in March
a. It marks the astronomical start of spring.
b. On that day, everywhere on Earth experiences equal hours of daylight and darkness.
c. It’s the beginning of fall in the southern hemisphere
d. The term comes from Latin for equal night (aequus nox)
e. The date differs from the meteorological start of spring, which is March 1.
f. On that day, everywhere on Earth, the sun rises due east and sets due west.
4. PICK ONE: Which two states regularly host Major League Baseball teams for spring training camps?
a. Florida (Grapefruit League) and Texas (Longhorns League)
b. Texas (Longhorns League) and Georgia (Peach League)
c. Louisiana (Bayou League) and Arizona (Cactus League)
d. Arizona (Cactus League) and Florida (Grapefruit League)
e. Georgia (Peach League) and Arizona (Cactus League)
5. UNSCRAMBLE: In Greek mythology, who was the goddess of spring?
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6. FILL IN THE BLANK: This ancient Egyptian statue, the ____ ____ is said to face due east, directly where the sun rises on the vernal equinox.
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