That is possible, yes, but @Snoelle_Fitzshine said that the people teaching her were good people which I took to mean that they knew their stuff.
In any event, the method I outlined would also tell you which kind they are (talking down vs. incompetent) which is important in how you handle it. If they don’t know, a challenge like that may prompt them to get better or get someone else to teach the class. They may also get antagonistic and say that you will learn that when you get older, in which case “Let no one despise your youth, but set an example for the believers, in word, in faith, in purity” is your friend, and also 1 Timothy 2:15 (the AWANA verse, IIRC). You may also want to talk to the elders of your church or the leader of the children’s ministry in that event.
My opinion is that very little scriptural truth is too young. I would not be big on teaching the story at the end of Judges to 5-year-olds, but I think kids can understand a lot more biblical truth than adults give them credit for. This is part of why I’m an AWANA fan - there’s less talking down in that ministry than in other ones, though even that is a function of church teaching and leadership. At least some scripture memorization is going on, so some challenge happens.