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African-American Literature Questions - All Grades

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Grade 3 African-American Literature
Why were the boys a disappointment to their father?
  1. They were not happy.
  2. They argued all the time.
  3. They were not very strong.
  4. They wanted to move away.
Grade 2 African-American Literature
What word did Granna Rabbit teach everyone?
  1. Asouee
  2. Mercifully
  3. Harambee
Grade 3 African-American Literature
Where does the story take place?
  1. Ghana
  2. Georgia
  3. America
  4. Australia
Grade 2 African-American Literature
Li'l Rabbit met a bunch of animals. All of the animals
  1. shooed Li'l Rabbit away.
  2. wanted to help Granna Rabbit.
  3. wished him a Happy Kwanzaa.
Grade 2 African-American Literature
Grade 2 African-American Literature
Grade 2 African-American Literature
How did Li'l Rabbit help with the party?
  1. He shared his dream.
  2. He sang a special song.
  3. He gave everyone a big hug.
Grade 2 African-American Literature
What was wrong with Granna Rabbit?
  1. She was sick.
  2. She was busy.
  3. She was lonely.
Grade 2 African-American Literature
At the end of the party, Li'l Rabbit was sad. Why was Li'l Rabbit sad?
  1. His friends didn't come.
  2. Granna Rabbit was still sick.
  3. He didn't bring anything to the party.
Grade 2 African-American Literature
Grade 2 African-American Literature
Why wasn't Li'l Rabbit allowed to help with Kwanzaa activities?
  1. He was too little.
  2. He was too bossy.
  3. He was too messy.
Grade 2 African-American Literature
Li'l Rabbit went home. What did he find when he got there?
  1. Everyone was there.
  2. Granna Rabbit was still sick.
  3. His brother had opened his gifts.
Grade 3 African-American Literature
In which way did the brothers change the most during the story?
  1. They became wealthy.
  2. They lost both parents.
  3. They learned to get along.
  4. They became popular in the village.
Grade 3 African-American Literature
What did the brothers teach the people?
  1. how to plant crops
  2. how to work together
  3. how to argue all the time
  4. how to weave the thread
Grade 3 African-American Literature
The brothers sold the cloth and were rich, but one brother was not happy. Why not?
  1. He missed his father.
  2. He didn't have enough money.
  3. He was worried about the poor.
  4. He knew the man paid too much.
Grade 3 African-American Literature
What did the brothers do with the thread?
  1. They sold it.
  2. They tangled it up.
  3. They made a colorful cloth.
  4. They threw it at one another.
Grade 3 African-American Literature
What happened when the brothers got the thread?
  1. They yelled at the king.
  2. They started fighting again.
  3. They threw it on the ground.
  4. They came together as a family.
Grade 3 African-American Literature
The colors of the spools of thread represented
  1. the colors of Kwanzaa.
  2. the traits of the brothers.
  3. the food the brothers liked.
  4. the brothers' favorite colors.
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