# Quiz Alert! How well do you know Colours?

Team StoryWeavers|September 09, 2022, 19:37 IST|

Dear young learner,

We are excited to invite you to another session of BYJU’S Quizlets.

Following your enthusiastic participation in the Shapes quiz, here is another quiz on an interesting topic that you will enjoy attempting – Colours. Your favourite duo, Jax and Jane, will be your quizzing partners!

Here are the instructions to take up the quiz:

• Five simple multiple-choice questions are given below.
• Choose the correct answer from the option (A, B, C or D).
• The correct answers will be revealed to you in the next edition of BYJU’s Quizlets.

### QUESTIONS

1. Jax and Jane love to colour with their crayons, paints and sketch pens. Can you help them name the ‘primary’ colours ?

 A Blue, Red, Green B Green, Orange, Red C Red, Blue. Yellow D Yellow, Red, Green

2. Jane and Jax were framing colour riddles. Jane said: “I am the colour of the mighty sun, but I am also the colour of a small, sour fruit.” Can you guess the colour and the fruit?

 A Yellow and Lemon B Yellow and mango C Orange and Orange D Yellow and Banana

3. It was Jax’s turn to ask his riddle. He said: “The earth, the ocean and the clear sky during the day. What colours are they in?” Can you help Jane find the colour?

 A Blue B Purple C White D Grey

4. Jane and Jax were wondering how secondary colours are formed. Can you help them understand how?

 A When two primary colours are mixed, secondary colour are formed. B When primary colours are lighter, they form secondary colours C When primary colours are no longer important, they become secondary colours D When colours fade, they are called secondary colours

5. Jax and Jane found a clue in a colour puzzle. The clue said: Mixing red and blue gives a shade of royalty. Which colour is it?

 A Purple B Dark blue C Brown D Green

We are really excited to see if you can find the correct answers! Happy quizzing!

##### Aparna Desikan

Aparna is a mom, singer and dreamer. At BYJU'S, she writes stories about learning for children. She believes in the power of music, especially ghazal, the magic of the universe and happy learners. When not writing or singing, you will find her intensely engaged in conversations about life and the power of words.

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