4-k Club quiz question samples


Questions in this part are about the club (questions to be administered in at least two rounds per team)

Team 1: When were 4-K Clubs started in Kenya?

Answer: 3rd April 1962

Team 2: What does the first “K” stand for in the 4-K Club emblem?

Answer: Kuungana

Team 3: What does the 2nd “K” stand for in the 4-K Club emblem?

Answer: Kufanya

Team 4: What does the 3rd “K” stand for in the 4-K Club emblem?

Answer: Kusaidia

Team 1: What does the 4th “K” stand for in the 4-K Club emblem?

Answer: Kenya

Team 2: Name your 4-K Club patron?

Answer: Give the Name

Team 3: What is the 4-K Club motto?

Answer: “Learning by doing” “ Kujifunza kwa Kufanya”

Team 4: What is the 4-K Club pledge?

Answer: Ninaahidi kuungana, kufanya, kusaidia Kenya

Team 1: Why is green the 4-K Club favourite colour?

Answer: Green is symbolic of youth, life and growth. Green is nature’s most common colour

Team 2: How many voluntary leaders does every 4-K Club need?

Answer: At least 2. One man and one woman

Team 3: How many elected officials does a 4-K Club have?

Answer: Four

Team 4: What is the backbone of 4-K Club?

Answer: The Project. A project on growing a vegetable or field crop or keeping livestock or fish farmin


The questions provided here are samples and should be varied depending on the different agricultural activities (crops, livestock and fisheries) in the area. Questions in this section cover project areas

Team 1: What does a 4-K Club project involve?

Answer: Growing of crops, keeping livestock or fish farming

Team 2: Who should you ask for advice on agriculture in your area?

Answer: Your agricultural extension service provider, Science teacher or Agriculture teacher

Team 3: What is the importance of vegetables in our diet?

Answer: Provides vitamins, fibers, protects body against diseases, and helps in digestion

Team 4: What should you do after transplanting crops?

Answer: Water them, mulch, provide shade

Team 1: When plants are uprooted from the nursery, how do you prevent damage to the roots?

Answer: Uproot plants with soil attached to the roots

Team 2: What is the gestation period of a rabbit?

Answer: 28-33 days

Team 3: What is the gestation period of a cow?

Answer: Nine months or 280 days

Team 4: How often should cattle be dipped or sprayed?

Answer: Every five to seven days

Team 1: Why do we dip or spray cattle in Kenya?

Answer: To kill ticks and control tick borne diseases

Team 2: How many milliliters are there in a litre?

Answer: one thousand

Team 3: What do we get from fish?

Answer: Protein, meat, calcium, omega 3, fish oil, fish leather, animal feeds/fish meal

Team 4: Name any four types of fish

Answer: Tilapia, Dagaa, Nile perch, Gold fish, Jelly fish, Star fish, Tuna, Cat fish, Kingfisher


This section covers questions on general knowledge.

Team 1: What is the importance of trees?

Answer: Shade, timber, fruits, fresh air, furniture, soil and water conservation, source of rain, beauty

Team 2: What is HIV? What is AIDS?

Answer: HIV is Human Immune Deficiency Virus , AIDS is Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome

Team 3: What is UN? What is FAO?

Answer: UN is United Nations, FAO is Food and Agriculture Organization

Team 4: What are the different levels of Government?

Answer: National and County Government

Team 1: Who is the governor of your county?

Answer: Give the name

Team 2: What is the importance of recreation?

Answer: Relaxation, learn from each other, keeping fit /healthy, self-esteem

Team 3: Name any five counties in Kenya?

Answer: Give the name

Team 4: Name 3 different ways of communication

Answer: Radio, TV, Phones, Newspapers, internet / emails, letters, horns, bells, drums, whistles, other communication sounds