These Disney trivia questions and answers are perfect for when the weather keeps you trapped inside, family game night, or trivia night.
No need to plant the kids in front of the television when there are plenty of fun Disney trivia questions they’ll enjoy!
How well do you think you know Hamilton?
Here is a Disney trivia for kids game that includes five sheets with 8 playing cards.
This is a fun Disney trivia kids game that includes all of your favorite characters from Hamilton.
After all, there’s no better time to brush up on your movie trivia than when you’re stuck indoors, on a family trip, or during a family game night.
- Amazon Prime Video (Video on Demand)
- Daveed Diggs, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Jesse Green (Actors)
Hamilton is a musical with music, lyrics, and book by Lin-Manuel Miranda that tells the story of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton.
Inspired by the 2004 biography Alexander Hamilton by historian Ron Chernow, the show’s music draws heavily from hip hop, as well as R&B, pop, soul, and traditional-style show tunes; the show also casts non-white actors as the Founding Fathers and other historical figures.
- Alexander Hamilton was an American statesman, politician, legal scholar, military commander, lawyer, banker, and economist.
- Eliza Hamilton was a philanthropist and was married to American founding father Alexander Hamilton. She was a defender of his works, a mother, and co-founder and deputy director of Graham Windham, the first private orphanage in New York City.
- Aaron Burr was an American politician and lawyer. He was the third vice president of the United States (1801–1805), serving during President Thomas Jefferson’s first term.
- Angelica Schuyler was an American socialite. She was the eldest daughter of Continental Army General Philip Schuyler, a sister of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton, and sister-in-law of Alexander Hamilton.
- George Washington was an American political leader, military general, statesman, and founding father who served as the first president of the United States from 1789 to 1797. He implemented a strong, well-financed national government while remaining impartial in a fierce rivalry between cabinet members Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton.
- Marquis de Lafayette was a French aristocrat and military officer who fought in the American Revolutionary War, commanding American troops in several battles, including the Siege of Yorktown.
- Thomas Jefferson was an American statesman, diplomat, lawyer, architect, philosopher, and Founding Father who served as the third president of the United States from 1801 to 1809.
- Hercules Mulligan was an Irish-American tailor and spy during the American Revolutionary War. He was a member of the Sons of Liberty.
- James Madison was an American statesman, diplomat, expansionist, philosopher, and Founding Father who served as the fourth president of the United States from 1809 to 1817.
- John Laurens was an American soldier and statesman from South Carolina during the American Revolutionary War, best known for his criticism of slavery and his efforts to help recruit slaves to fight for their freedom as U.S. soldiers.
- Philip Hamilton was the eldest child of Alexander Hamilton, the first U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, and Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton. He died at the age of 19, fatally shot in a duel.
- Peggy Schuyler was the third daughter of Continental Army General Philip Schuyler. She was the wife of Stephen Van Rensselaer III, sister of Angelica Schuyler Church, Philip Jeremiah Schuyler, and Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton, and sister-in-law of John Barker Church and Alexander Hamilton.
- Maria Reynolds was the wife of James Reynolds and was Alexander Hamilton’s mistress between 1791 and 1792. She became the object of much scrutiny after the release of the Reynolds Pamphlet and central in America’s first political sex scandal.
- King George III was King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 25 October 1760 until the union of the two countries on 1 January 1801, after which he was King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland until his death in 1820.
Is Hamilton on Disney Plus?
On July 3, the Disney Plus streaming service will release a filmed version of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton,” timed for the Independence Day holiday weekend. (Source)
Is Hamilton suitable for kids?
Disney Plus will begin streaming Hamilton on Friday, July 3, 2020. The official rating is PG-13 and Lin-Manuel Miranda has said that he gave up two uses of the F-word to avoid the R rating.
About the Disney-Hamilton Deal
Disney, perhaps the most skillful tactician of milking cultural touchstones for profit, would pay such an enormous sum for the worldwide rights of a filmed version of the stage production.
While the reported $75 million winning bid may have been the largest-ever price paid for a single film acquisition.
Miranda has not aligned himself with any one studio, but the “Hamilton” acquisition marks Disney’s move to bring him under the same corporate umbrella as Marvel and “Star Wars.” (Source)
Hamilton Music, Books, & Documentaries
- Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording)
- Broadway show Hamilton: An American Musical
- Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway
- Hamilton: The Revolution
- Hamilton: Novel Study Guide for 6th-12th Grade Literature with Close Reading and Writing Activities
About the Disney Trivia Game
There are 8 questions.
The questions include what, who, and how. The trivia may cover characters, songs, facts about the location, things the characters learn, and more.
How to Play Disney Trivia for Kids
- family game night
- independent play
- road trip game
- sibling or friend games
- activity during family movie night
How to Play Printable Disney Movie Trivia Game
The first step is to print off the Disney Trivia game. You may want to laminate the trivia questions and answers so they can be reused over and over again. Or, print the trivia on white cardstock so they are sturdier and easier to play with.
Cut out the individual questions along with the rectangles.
Ways to play:
- call out the answer
- write down the answer
Call Out the Answer
The first way is to play as a group. You can have a game moderator who calls out the questions, selects a player, and determines who answered the question correctly.
Start the game with the youngest player.
The player who answers the question correctly keeps the card.
When all questions have been answered, tally up who has the most cards. That person will be the winner.
Write Down the Answer
The second way is to also play as a group. You can have a game moderator who calls out the questions and everyone writes down their answer.
When all questions have been answered, the winner is the person who answered the most questions correctly.
Scoring for Disney Trivia
There are two ways to score this game.
Scoring is either done by the moderator, each player scores his own answers, or teams switch answer sheets to score each other.
Hamilton Word Scramble
- Complete in pencil, in case you make mistakes
- Think of words you could create starting with each letter.
- Example: T K H N I – If the first letter is T, then the second letter could not be K. Maybe the second letter could be H. Then, these two letters should be followed by a vowel. Now, we have THI and K N are the only letters left. It’s pretty likely that the word is THINK.
- Learn how to recognize word fragments and smaller words you can build off of.
- Easy tip – review the word search words, these are likely the words that are included in the scramble
- Idea: use letters, letter magnets, etc., assemble the same letters, and play around with the order until you form the correct word
- Get more word scramble tips here.
Hamilton Word Search
- Look for double letters first. Those will typically pop off the page. So on this word search, you might want to start with the word, AARON. Look for the double-As.
- Read each line of the word search box and see if any words are there.
- Look at the surrounding letters. So first identify the first letter of the word you are searching for. Then look at each letter around that first letter and see if any of those are the second letter you need. If not, move on to the next first letter you come to and repeat.
- Use your finger as you scan each line. This helps you keep your place and you are less likely to miss a word.
More Disney Movie Trivia
I’m creating a whole series of Disney movie trivia games. Click on the links below to get new games as they’re published. (If the link doesn’t work, please check back again.)
- Disney Trivia: Star Wars
- Disney Trivia: Moana
- Disney Trivia: Disney/Pixar
- Disney Trivia: Funny Quotes
- Disney Trivia: The Little Mermaid
- Disney Trivia: Hamilton
- Disney Trivia: Toy Story
- Disney Trivia: Frozen
- Disney Trivia: Beauty & the Beast
- Disney Trivia: The Lion King
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