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Third Grade (Grade 3) African-American Literature Questions

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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 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
In order to get their inheritance, the brothers had to
  1. fight one another.
  2. find where it was hidden.
  3. make peace with the king.
  4. make gold out of spools of thread.
Grade 3 African-American Literature
Where does the story take place?
  1. Ghana
  2. Georgia
  3. America
  4. Australia
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.
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' father died. After he died, what did they argue about?
  1. why their father died
  2. who killed their father
  3. who would get the inheritance
  4. who loved their father the most
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 The Story of Ruby Bridges CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.3.3
Which word best describes Ruby Bridges?
  1. Helpless
  2. Brave
  3. Lazy
  4. Scared
Grade 3 The Story of Ruby Bridges CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.3.3
Why did Ruby have to be in a classroom by herself?
  1. Other teachers didn't want to teach her
  2. Parents didn't want their kids around her
  3. She was scared to be with other kids
  4. Both a and b
Grade 3 The Story of Ruby Bridges CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.3.3
How old was Ruby when she started the school?
  1. 5
  2. 6
  3. 7
  4. 8
Grade 3 The Story of Ruby Bridges CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RL.3.2
What lesson can you learn from this story?
Grade 3 The Story of Ruby Bridges CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.3.3
What made Ruby different from the other kids?
Grade 3 The Story of Ruby Bridges CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.3.1
How did you feel when people were mean to Ruby?
Grade 3 The Story of Ruby Bridges CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.3.3
If you were Ruby Bridges, how would you have felt?
Grade 3 The Story of Ruby Bridges CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.3.3
How did Ms. Henry help Ruby?
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