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Fifth Grade (Grade 5) Literature Questions

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Grade 5 Because of Winn-Dixie
What is the occupation of the narrator's father?
  1. chef
  2. preacher
  3. mechanic
  4. shopkeeper
Grade 5 Because of Winn-Dixie
What is the main character's full name?
  1. India Opal Buloni
  2. Opal Catherine Hardy
  3. Meredith Opal Bologna
  4. Opal Elizabeth Carpenter
Grade 5 Because of Winn-Dixie
What is Winn-Dixie? (Choose all that apply)
  1. a dog
  2. a grocery store
  3. a brand of peas
  4. a type of clothing
Grade 5 Because of Winn-Dixie
What is the purpose of the first chapter?
  1. to show where the narrator went
  2. to describe the town the narrator lives in
  3. to explain how the narrator came to own a dog
  4. to develop the relationship between the narrator and her father
Grade 5 Because of Winn-Dixie
Which sentence best shows the point of view of the novel?
  1. He smiled so big that it made him sneeze.
  2. It was like he was saying, "I know I'm a mess. Isn't it funny?"
  3. It's hard not to immediately fall in love with a dog who has a good sense of humor.
  4. And the two of us, me and Winn-Dixie, started walking home.
Grade 5 Literature
Which sentence is written correctly?
  1. The thanksgiving day parade is my favorite to watch.
  2. We will celebrate Christmas eve, too.
  3. Our neighborhood will have a New year's eve party.
  4. Everyone will be happy on New Year's Day.
Grade 5 The BFG
What does the BFG stand for?
  1. Big Fat Giant
  2. Big Fierce Giant
  3. Big Friendly Giant
  4. Big Funny Giant
Grade 5 Children's Literature
What does David say when he gets in trouble?
  1. I didn't do it!
  2. No! It's not my fault!
  3. Oops! It was an accident!
Grade 5 Because of Winn-Dixie
What did the narrator compare Winn-Dixie to?
  1. a busy intersection
  2. a piece of old brown carpet
  3. a bottle of soda that has lost its fizz
  4. a classroom with a substitute teacher
Grade 5 Children's Literature
What did David say when he had eggs for breakfast?
  1. Eww! Yucky!
  2. Do I have to?
  3. I want cookies!
Grade 5 Because of Winn-Dixie
While at Winn-Dixie, the narrator
  1. bought a bag of apples.
  2. ate all of the melted ice cream.
  3. pretended that the dog was her own.
  4. caught the man who stole the groceries.
Grade 5 Because of Winn-Dixie
What was the problem at Winn-Dixie?
  1. the power went out
  2. the employees were on strike
  3. a dog was running around the store
  4. a man stole a whole cart of groceries
Grade 5 Because of Winn-Dixie
Where did the narrator's father send her?
  1. to the store
  2. to the library
  3. to the post office
  4. to the county office
Grade 5 Because of Winn-Dixie
What did Winn-Dixie do?
  1. smiled
  2. barked
  3. laughed
  4. sneezed
Grade 5 Treasure Island
Grade 5 Children's Literature
What happened to David's homework?
  1. He lost it.
  2. His dog ate it.
  3. It ran away from him.
Grade 5 Children's Literature
What did David say at the end of the book?
  1. I'm sorry.
  2. I didn't do it.
  3. Leave me alone.
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