Questions on Vowels and Consonants for Kids

Vowels and Consonants seem very easy to understand and simple to remember. In the simplest categorization, English has 26 alphabets. Out of which, 5 are vowels and rest 21 are consonants. The 5 vowels include a, e, i, o and u. A vowel sound is produced by a free flow of breath out of the mouth. A consonant sound is produced by blocking air which is flowing out of the mouth. A proper understanding of Vowels and Consonants plays a crucial role in building good speaking skills in kids. Also, it is a must for parents to pay the required attention to their kid’s learning.

Download Questions on Vowels and Consonants for Kids

Below are some multiple-choice questions on Vowels and Consonants for kids.

  1. How many vowels are there in the English alphabet?
    (a). 4
    (b). 5
    (c). 9
  2. How many vowels are there in the given word: Cheerful
    (a). 4
    (b). 5
    (c). 3
  3. The consonants in the word “undo” are:
    (a). u, o
    (b). n, o
    (c). n, d
  4. How many consonants are there in the English alphabet?
    (a). 21
    (b). 26
    (c). 5
  5. Find the odd one out: u, x, t, d, f
    (a). d
    (b). f
    (c). u
  6. Find the odd one out: a, w, i, u, e
    (a). e
    (b). w
    (c). a
  7. Which among the following words in the options starts with a vowel?
    (a). Rabbit
    (b). Lion
    (c). Icecream
  8. Count the total number of consonants present in the word: Mississippi
    (a). 7
    (b). 6
    (c). 4
  9. List out the consonants in the word: Education
    (a). d, c, u, n
    (b). d, c, t, n
    (c). d, c, t
  10. Select the vowel from the given options
    (a). n
    (b). u
    (c). t

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Answers:

1.(b) 2.(c) 3.(c) 4.(a) 5.(c)
6.(b) 7.(c) 8.(a) 9.(b) 10.(b)

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