Bosons have integer spin. Scalar bosons have a spin of 0, of which Higgs is the only one. Vector bosons have a spin of 1. The elementary vector bosons in the Standard Model are called gauge bosons, and they carry the strong, weak, and electromagnetic fundamental interactions: photons carry electromagnetic, gluons carry strong, and Z and W bosons carry the weak interaction.
Fermions have 1/2 spin. Quarks and leptons are fermions. Quarks are the fundamental constituents of matter, and use the strong interaction to combine into hadrons.
Hadrons with an even number of quarks are called mesons. All known mesons have two quarks -- a quark and an antiquark. Possible tetraquark and hexaquark discoveries are being investigated. Despite being composed of fermions, mesons are bosons because, having an even number of 1/2 spin particles, they have integer spin.
Leptons do not undergo strong interactions, so they don't combine to form composite particles. They have integer charge of -1 (charged) or 0 (neutral). Electrons are of the charged type. Electromagnetism holds electrons in orbit around the oppositely charged atomic nuclei.
Atoms are composed all of the elementary particle types. The nucleus is composed of particles composed of quarks, leptons orbit the nucleus, gauge bosons hold them together, and the scalar boson gives them mass. Atoms combine to form molecules, which form everything we consider matter.
I acknowledge that most people are unlikely to know about the Standard Model. There's no rule against making a quiz about obscure knowledge. If you're going for mainstream knowledge, don't include things that are obscure. If you're going for obscure knowledge, don't include things that are mainstream. In other words, an easy quiz shouldn't have one super hard question in it, and a super hard quiz shouldn't have one super easy question in it. Without context, I can only assume that I pointed out an "obscure" question in an otherwise mainstream quiz, and this somehow makes me a hypocrite when I create an entire quiz that only contains obscure knowledge. Whatever I wrote, I'm pretty sure that I wan't mad about it. Written criticism can look like anger, but it's tricky to read emotion in the written word. (That's why they created emojis.) Whatever I wrote probably isn't worth getting upset about. Accept or reject the criticism and move on.