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    Welcome to Memory Lane Therapy‘s American Trivia 4th of July quiz for seniors, a collection of Independence Day Trivia! Host this quiz in aged care during your 4th of July Celebrations!

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    Quiz Benefits for Seniors

    Engaging in quizzes can be a delightful activity for seniors in aged care, offering both mental stimulation and social connection. Here’s why:

    • Sharpens the Mind: Quizzes act like a mental workout, challenging memory and recall. This helps keep cognitive skills sharp and may even delay age-related decline.
    • Boosts Mood: Answering questions correctly triggers the release of dopamine, a feel-good chemical in the brain. This can elevate mood and promote a sense of accomplishment.
    • Connects People: Quizzes can be done individually or in groups, fostering conversation and friendly competition. This social interaction helps combat loneliness and isolation, common concerns for seniors in aged care.
    • Sparks Joy: Recalling trivia or learning new facts can be genuinely enjoyable. Quizzes provide a lighthearted and stimulating activity that brings a sense of fun and laughter.

    Answer the American Trivia 4th of July Quiz for Seniors Now!

    Answer the American Trivia 4th of July Quiz now to test your seniors’ knowledge about Independence Day!

    1. What is the most popular sport in the United States?
    American Football

    2. In which state will you find Walt Disney World?

    3. Which state was the last one to be admitted into the US Union?
    Hawaii in August 1959

    4. What is the national flower of the United States?
    The rose

    5. Which US President grew up on a peanut farm?
    Jimmy Carter

    6. What genre of music originated in New Orleans?

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    7. Who is sometimes referred as Honest Abe?
    Abraham Lincoln

    8. Is Washington DC a city or a state?
    Washington is a city inside the District of Columbia (DC). Congress established the federal district from land belonging to the states of Maryland and Virginia in 1790

    9. Name the two US states starting with the letter K?
    Kansas & Kentucky

    10. What is the address of the White House?
    1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington D.C.

    11. What is the nickname for Chicago?
    The Windy City

    12. Which state has the highest population in the USA?
    California with over 39 million

    13. In which state is the city of Reno located?

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    14. Which state was bought from the French in 1803?

    15. Which city of the United States was originally called New Amsterdam?
    New York

    16. Which volcano erupted in the United States in 1980?
    Mount St. Helens

    17. Name the capital of Idaho

    18. Hartford is the capital of which coastal state?

    19. Where in North America do most Amish people reside?

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