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Grade 10 The Lottery
What is "The Lottery" satirizing?
  1. cultural issues
  2. political issues
  3. human nature
  4. the nature of chance
Grade 9 Jabberwocky
"Come to my arms, my beamish boy!"
This is an example of:
  1. alliteration
  2. assonance
  3. onomatopoeia
  4. consonance
Grade 8 Poetry

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In poetry, repetition is the recurrence of the same:
  1. word only
  2. phrase only
  3. sound only
  4. word, phrase or sound
Grade 2 Children's Literature
The snowman went inside the house. What part of the house did he like best?
  1. the fridge
  2. the fireplace
  3. James's toys
  4. Mom's perfume
Grade 2 Children's Literature
James realized his snowman was magical. Which detail showed that the snowman was magical?
  1. It had coal eyes.
  2. It raised its hat.
  3. It was smiling.
  4. It had a carrot nose.
Grade 2 Children's Literature
Why did James have trouble sleeping?
  1. He was very cold.
  2. He couldn't wait for Christmas.
  3. He kept thinking about his snowman.
  4. He was worried his snowman would melt.
Grade 2 Children's Literature
James' added a mouth to his snowman. How did James add the mouth?
  1. He sprayed it with water.
  2. He drew it with his finger.
  3. He used four small rocks.
  4. He used a bottle of food coloring.
Grade 2 Children's Literature
In the morning, James rushed outside. What did he find?
  1. the snowman waving at him
  2. a whole yard full of snowmen
  3. melted snow and the snowman's parts
  4. his friends ready to build another snowman
Grade 2 Children's Literature
James created a big, big body for his snowman. Then, he
  1. put on a big round head.
  2. called his mom to help.
  3. added a carrot for a nose.
  4. took a quick break for lunch.
Grade 2 Children's Literature
After the party, the snowman took James back home. Before going inside, James
  1. took the snowman's hat.
  2. gave the snowman a hug.
  3. named the snowman Charles.
  4. made the snowman promise to never leave.
Grade 2 Children's Literature
While he was playing in the snow, James had an idea. What was it?
  1. He would build a snowman.
  2. He would dye the snow blue.
  3. He would save some snow for snow cones.
  4. He would invite his friends over for a snowball fight.
Grade 2 Children's Literature
Grade 2 Children's Literature
James met Father Christmas. What did Father Christmas do?
  1. called him a good boy
  2. gave him a present and a hug
  3. thanked him for building a snowman
  4. asked him to help deliver presents on Christmas Eve
Grade 2 Children's Literature
When James woke up, he knew it would be a magical day. Why?
  1. It was snowing.
  2. He got to sleep in.
  3. It was his birthday.
  4. The sun was shining.
Grade 2 Children's Literature
Where did the snowman take James?
  1. to the North pole
  2. to a pond to ice skate
  3. to a party full of snowmen
  4. to a magical winter wonderland
Grade 2 Children's Literature
The snowman heard a sound. What happened next?
  1. He disappeared.
  2. He started to cry.
  3. He said goodbye to James.
  4. He and James flew through the air.
Grade 2 Children's Literature
The snowman's legs became very hot. What caused them to become very hot?
  1. the fireplace
  2. the candles
  3. the rays from the sun
  4. the heat from the motorbike
Kindergarten Children's Literature
Kindergarten Children's Literature
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