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Grade 1 Little Bear CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.1.3
Which word from the story describes how Little Bear felt when his mother brought the cake?
  1. Oh dear
  2. Surprise
  3. Happy
  4. Forget
Grade 1 Little Bear CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.1.3
Which sentence shows that Little Bear felt worried when he couldn't find his mother?
  1. "Mother Bear, Mother Bear, Where are you?" calls Little Bear.
  2. "Oh, dear, Mother Bear is not here, and today is my birthday."
  3. "I think my friends will come, but I do not see a birthday cake."
  4. "My goodness - no birthday cake. What can I do?"
Grade 1 Little Bear CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.1.3
Which word describes how Little Bear's birthday soup smells?
  1. Gross
  2. Good
  3. Delicious
  4. Hot
Grade 1 Children's Literature
Who did the narrator take flying with her?
  1. her dad
  2. her mom
  3. her brother
Grade 1 Children's Literature
What was the narrator's father not allowed to do?
  1. join a union
  2. come in the house
  3. sleep on the rooftop
Grade 1 Children's Literature
At the beginning of the story, the narrator feels like she is                 over the George Washington Bridge.
  1. flying
  2. driving
  3. walking
Grade 1 Children's Literature
When the narrator flies, she feels                .
  1. tall
  2. free
  3. scared
Grade 1 Children's Literature
Why was the George Washington Bridge important to the narrator? (Choose all correct answers)
  1. Her dad worked on it.
  2. She walked across it once.
  3. It opened on the day she was born.
  4. She had never seen a bridge before.
Grade 1 Children's Literature
What was the tar beach?
  1. an actual beach
  2. the side of the road
  3. the roof of a building
Grade 1 Children's Literature
Who is the main character?
  1. a peddler
  2. a magician
  3. a shop owner
Grade 1 Children's Literature
Who is the main character in the story?
  1. the little bunny
  2. the hen in the barn
  3. the reader of the story
  4. the little bunny's mother
Grade 1 Flat Stanley
Mrs. Lambchop took Stanley to see Dr. Dan. Could Dr. Dan fix Stanley?
  1. Yes
  2. No
Grade 1 Flat Stanley
Stanley was
  1. as red as an apple.
  2. as flat as a pancake.
  3. as tired as a sleeping bear.
Grade 1 Flat Stanley
How thick was Stanley?
  1. 1/2 inch
  2. 1 foot
  3. 4 feet
Grade 1 Flat Stanley
What happened to Stanley?
  1. He turned red.
  2. He disappeared.
  3. He was flattened.
Grade 1 Flat Stanley
What fell on Stanley's bed?
  1. a bulletin board
  2. a piece of the ceiling
  3. a curtain from the window
Grade 1 Flat Stanley
What is the story mostly about?
  1. how Arthur was jealous of Stanley
  2. the adventures of the Lambchop family
  3. what happened when Stanley became flat
Grade 1 The Giving Tree
The boy cut branches from the tree. He cut the branches to
  1. build a fire.
  2. build a house.
  3. make a statue.
  4. make a craft project.
Grade 1 The Giving Tree
The boy stayed away for a long time. How did that make the tree feel?
  1. sad
  2. angry
  3. happy
  4. excited
Grade 1 The Giving Tree
The tree gave the boy apples. She gave them to the boy
  1. to eat.
  2. to sell.
  3. to throw.
  4. to make juice.
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