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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Historical Fiction Questions

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Grade 6 Number the Stars
The word taut means:
  1. very harsh or critical
  2. to make very angry or annoyed (frustrated)
  3. to put on
  4. very tight from being pulled or stretched
Grade 6 Number the Stars
The word latticed means:
  1. talking or behaving in a very direct, brief and unfriendly way
  2. very tight from being pulled or stretched
  3. frame or a structure made of crossed metal or wood strips
  4. to try to cause something to happen by the power of your mind
Grade 6 Number the Stars
Grade 6 Number the Stars
Willed means:
  1. to make very angry or annoyed (frustrated)
  2. very tight from being pulled or stretched
  3. rude, impolite, disrespectful
  4. to try to cause something to happen by the power of your mind
Grade 6 Number the Stars
What excuse did Annemarie give soldiers for her uncle not eating fish?
  1. He can't afford fish.
  2. They live too far away to get fresh fish.
  3. He sees and smells them too much. Besides he doesn't want to eat fish raw.
  4. None of the above.
Grade 6 Number the Stars
Why did Annemarie act like her little sister Kirsti when the soldiers stopped her?
  1. They told her to.
  2. Her mother had told her to act like a silly little girl if anyone stopped her.
  3. She was acting out Little Red Riding Hood.
  4. She missed Ellen.
Grade 6 Number the Stars
Insolently means:
  1. rude, impolite, disrespectful
  2. to put on
  3. very tight from being pulled or stretched
  4. frame or structure made of crossed metal or wood strips
Grade 6 Number the Stars
What happened to Annemarie on the way to the boat?
  1. She met German soldiers and their dogs.
  2. She travelled to Sweden.
  3. She rode a train.
  4. Kirsti followed her.
Grade 6 Number the Stars
What fairy tale did Annemarie remember on the trail to Uncle Henrick's boat?
  1. Happy Feet
  2. Little Red Riding Hood
  3. Frozen
  4. Hunger Games
Grade 6 The Diary of a Young Girl
Grade 6 The Diary of a Young Girl
Grade 6 Summer of my German Soldier
The central conflict of this story is:
  1. Peter's girlfriend, Lise, is killed before they can marry.
  2. Annemarie must face the truth about her Aunt Birte's death.
  3. The Jews and ordinary Danish citizens face a serious struggle against the evil Nazis.
  4. Coffee, meat, and other food supplies have been rationed due to the war.
Grade 6 Summer of my German Soldier
Who is the protagonist of this story?
  1. Ellen
  2. Annemarie
  3. Peter
  4. The Nazis
Grade 6 Summer of my German Soldier
The climax of the story is when:
  1. Annemarie finds out how her sister really died.
  2. Annemarie is confronted by four armed German soldiers with two large dogs.
  3. When the solders insist on opening the casket.
  4. When Peter is killed.
Grade 6 The Diary of a Young Girl
Grade 6 Watsons Go to Birmingham
Where was Kenny going when he disappeared every day?
  1. He was hiding behind the couch in the living room.
  2. He was going up into the attic.
  3. He was going out into the garage under the woodpile.
  4. He as going under the back porch.
Grade 6 Summer of my German Soldier
What type of character is Annemarie?
  1. flat/dynamic
  2. flat/static
  3. round/dynamic
  4. round/static
Grade 6 Summer of my German Soldier
Who is the antagonist of this story?
  1. Ellen
  2. Annemarie
  3. Peter
  4. The Nazis
Grade 6 Watsons Go to Birmingham
Dad talked with Kenny about the reasons they were sending Byron to Alabama. What did Dad tell Kenny?
  1. Grandma Sands had raised ten boys and they were all fine men. The parents thought she could get Byron to straighten up.
  2. Byron was taking up too much of their time and attention. They were sending him away so they could concentrate on raising the other two children.
  3. They thought that spending some time in the South would open Byron's eyes to the way the world could be.
  4. They felt like failures as parents and needed help.
Grade 6 The Diary of a Young Girl
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