Get Out a #2 Pencil. It's Time for a Poop Quiz.

Answer the questions, then challenge your friends to surpass your poop smarts.

True or False: The word “poop” comes from the Middle English word “poupen,” which originally meant “fart.”

  • True
  • False

Accepted alternate terms for pooping are:

  • Baking brownies
  • Riding the porcelain pony
  • Dropping the kids off at the pool
  • All of the above

An excess of iron can stain a child’s poop what color?

  • Blue
  • Green
  • White
  • Red

What causes floaters?

  • Eating vegetables
  • High gas or fat content
  • Excess iron in the diet
  • All of the above

Constipation is defined as kids older than 3 having how many bowel movements a week?

  • Less than 9
  • Less than 6
  • Less than 3
  • None

True or False: Corn in poop is normal.

  • True
  • False

What does fiber do?

  • Aid digestion
  • Help relieve constipation
  • Soften and loosen stool
  • All of the above

True or False: Eating plenty of fiber without drinking enough water can actually lead to constipation.

  • True
  • False

The longest poop ever recorded was how long?

  • 4 feet
  • 7 feet
  • 16 feet
  • 26 feet

How long does swallowed gum stay in the digestive tract?

  • A day or two
  • 1 month
  • 2 years
  • 7 years

What makes poop stink?

  • The foods eaten
  • Bacteria
  • Both the foods eaten and bacteria
  • Farts

Which of these types of poop could indicate constipation?

  • Fluffy pieces with ragged edges
  • Lumpy, oblong shape
  • Oblong shape with cracks
  • Like a sausage, smooth and soft

True or False: 75% of poop is water.

  • True
  • False

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