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Compare and Contrast Questions - All Grades

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Grade 2 Compare and Contrast
When you compare and contrast two characters, what is NOT something you look at?
  1. what the characters say
  2. what the author says about the characters
  3. what the characters look like
  4. what the author's name is
Grade 7 Compare and Contrast

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Which description best describes the sisters' interests?
  1. They are interested in artistic and academic activities.
  2. They are interested in gaining the approval of their aunt.
  3. They are interested in learning to become good homemakers.
  4. They are interested in preparing a delicious Thanksgiving dinner.
Grade 2 Compare and Contrast
How are Benjamin Bunny and Peter Rabbit alike?
  1. They both have strict fathers.
  2. They both like to get into trouble.
  3. They both enjoy eating carrots and celery.
  4. They both have three little sisters at home.
Grade 3 Compare and Contrast

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What did all three of the pigs have in common?
  1. They were all rich.
  2. They were all eaten by the wolf.
  3. They all built houses.
  4. They all got married.
Grade 2 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.2.3
Grade 3 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RL.3.9

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How were the houses of the first two pigs different than the house of the third pig?
  1. They were bigger.
  2. They were weaker.
  3. They were prettier.
  4. They were more expensive.
Grade 2 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.2.3
Jan and Jill are very good friends. Jill has black hair and blue eyes. Jan has black hair and green eyes.

How is Jill different from Jan?
  1. They both have the same color of eyes.
  2. They are good friends.
  3. They both have black hair.
  4. Jill has blue eyes.
Grade 3 Compare and Contrast

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In the poem "How the Leaves Came Down," the speaker compares the leaves falling down to
  1. playing a game
  2. going to bed
  3. painting a picture
  4. singing a song
Grade 7 Compare and Contrast
Janet and Kylie were best friends, they liked to do everything together. Kylie loved horseback riding and so did Janet. Janet loved swimming, and although Kylie did not know how to swim she loved the water. Janet enjoyed vacationing in tropic areas while Kylie liked arctic zones.

In what ways do the two girls contrast?
  1. Kylie loved swimming and so did Janet.
  2. Kylie loved horseback riding and janet did not.
  3. Janet liked vacationing in tropic areas while Kylie liked arctic zones.
  4. Kylie liked to vacation in tropic areas while Janet liked peaceful grasslands.
Grade 7 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RL.7.9

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