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Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
The lion and the unicorn were fighting for the crown;
The lion beat the unicorn all around town.
Some gave them white bread and some gave them brown;
Some gave them plum-cake and some sent them out of town.

What moment in the story does the picture show?
  1. The lion and the unicorn were fighting for the crown;
  2. The lion beat the unicorn all around town.
  3. Some gave them white bread and some gave them brown.
  4. Some gave them plum-cake and some sent them out of town.
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RL.K.5
The Fox and The Grapes by Aesop. Illustrated by Walter Crane.

This Fox has a longing for grapes,
He jumps, but the bunch still escapes.
So he goes away sour;
And, ’tis said, to this hour
Declares that he’s no taste for grapes.

This story is written as...
  1. a story
  2. a poem
  3. a play
  4. a letter
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
To market, to market, to buy a fat pig. Home again, home again, jiggity jig.
To market, to market, to buy a fat hog. Home again, home again, jiggity jog.

What part of the story does the picture show?
  1. To market, to market, to buy a fat pig.
  2. Home again, home again, jiggity jig.
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
The Fox and the Crane by Aesop, Illustrated by Walter Crane

You have heard how Sir Fox treated Crane:
With soup in a plate. When again
They dined, a long bottle
Just suited Crane’s throttle;
And Sir Fox licked the outside in vain.

What part of the story is shown in the picture?
  1. Drinking from the plate
  2. Drinking from the vase
  3. Both
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RI.K.6

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What does an author do?
  1. writes a book
  2. draws the pictures
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RL.K.9
How is the hare in the first poem different from the hare in the second poem?
  1. He is fast.
  2. He is slow.
  3. He is not scared.
  4. He is not happy.
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
To market, to market, to buy a fat pig. Home again, home again, jiggity jig.
To market, to market, to buy a fat hog. Home again, home again, jiggity jog.

What part of the story does this picture show?
  1. To market, market to buy a fat hog.
  2. Home again, home again, jiggity jog.
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RL.K.5
The Little People of the Snow by William Cullen Bryant

Alice.—One of your old-world stories, Uncle John,
Such as you tell us by the winter fire,
Till we all wonder it has grown so late.
Uncle John.—The story of the witch that ground to death
Two children in her mill, or will you have
The tale of Goody Cutpurse?
[6]
Alice.— Nay, now, nay;
Those stories are too childish, Uncle John,
Too childish even for little Willy here,
And I am older, two good years, than he;
No, let us have a tale of elves that ride,
By night, with jingling reins, or gnomes of the mine,
Or water-fairies, such as you know how

What type of story is this?
  1. poem
  2. play
  3. letter
  4. story
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
Little Miss Muffet
Sat on a tuffet
Eating her curds and whey.

There came a big spider
And sat down beside her,
And frightened Miss Muffet away.

What part of the story does the picture show?
  1. Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet.
  2. She was eating her curds and whey.
  3. Along came a spider and sat down beside her.
  4. It frightened Miss Muffet away.
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
Little Miss Muffet
Sat on a tuffet
Eating her curds and whey.

There came a big spider
And sat down beside her,
And frightened Miss Muffet away.

What part of the story does the picture show?
  1. Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet
  2. She was her curds and whey
  3. There came a big spider and sat down beside her.
  4. It frightened Miss Muffet away.
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
The Fox and The Grapes by Aesop. Illustrated by Walter Crane.

This Fox has a longing for grapes,
He jumps, but the bunch still escapes.
So he goes away sour;
And, ’tis said, to this hour
Declares that he’s no taste for grapes.

What part of the story is shown in the picture?
  1. This Fox has a longing for grapes,
  2. He jumps, but the bunch still escapes.
  3. So he goes away sour'
  4. And, 'tis said, to this hour, declares that he's no taste for grapes.
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RL.K.6
The Little People of the Snow by William Cullen Bryant

Alice.—One of your old-world stories, Uncle John,
Such as you tell us by the winter fire,
Till we all wonder it has grown so late.
Uncle John.—The story of the witch that ground to death
Two children in her mill, or will you have
The tale of Goody Cutpurse?
[6]
Alice.— Nay, now, nay;
Those stories are too childish, Uncle John,
Too childish even for little Willy here,
And I am older, two good years, than he;
No, let us have a tale of elves that ride,
By night, with jingling reins, or gnomes of the mine,
Or water-fairies, such as you know how

Is William Cullen Bryant the author of this story?
  1. Yes
  2. No
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
The lion and the unicorn were fighting for the crown;
The lion beat the unicorn all around town.
Some gave them white bread and some gave them brown;
Some gave them plum-cake and some sent them out of town.

What moment in the story does the picture show?
  1. The lion and the unicorn were fighting for the crown;
  2. The lion beat the unicorn all arond town.
  3. Some gave them white bread and some gave them brown;
  4. Some gave them plum-cake and some sent them out of town.
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RL.K.9
The Tortoise and the Hare by Aesop, Illustrated by Walter Crane

’Twas a race between Tortoise and Hare,
Puss was sure she’d so much time to spare,
That she lay down to sleep,
And let old Thick-shell creep
To the winning post first!—You may stare.

How are the hares in the second story the same as the hare in the first story?
  1. They are both fast.
  2. They are both scared.
  3. They are both slow.
  4. They are both happy.
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
The Tortoise and the Hare by Aesop, Illustrated by Walter Crane

’Twas a race between Tortoise and Hare,
Puss was sure she’d so much time to spare,
That she lay down to sleep,
And let old Thick-shell creep
To the winning post first!—You may stare.

What part of the story is shown in the picture?
  1. Puss was sure she'd so much time to spare
  2. That she lay down to sleep
  3. And let old Thick-shell creep
  4. To the winning post first! - You may stare.
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
The Frightened Lion by Aesop, Illustrated by Walter Crane

A Bull Frog, according to rule,
Sat a-croak in his usual pool:
And he laughed in his heart
As a Lion did start
In a fright from the brink like a fool.

What part of the story does the picture show?
  1. A bull frog according to rule
  2. Sat a-croak in his usual pool
  3. And he laughed in his heart
  4. As a lion did start in a fright
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
The Little People of the Snow by William Cullen Bryant

Alice.—One of your old-world stories, Uncle John,
Such as you tell us by the winter fire,
Till we all wonder it has grown so late.
Uncle John.—The story of the witch that ground to death
Two children in her mill, or will you have
The tale of Goody Cutpurse?
[6]
Alice.— Nay, now, nay;
Those stories are too childish, Uncle John,
Too childish even for little Willy here,
And I am older, two good years, than he;
No, let us have a tale of elves that ride,
By night, with jingling reins, or gnomes of the mine,
Or water-fairies, such as you know how

What part of the story is shown by the picture?
  1. One of your old-world stories, Uncle John, such as you tell us by the winter fire
  2. The story of the witch that ground to death two children in her mill
  3. Those stories are too childish, Uncle John
  4. No, let us have a tale of elves that ride, by night, with jingling reins
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.K.7
The Little People of the Snow by William Cullen Bryant

Alice.—One of your old-world stories, Uncle John,
Such as you tell us by the winter fire,
Till we all wonder it has grown so late.
Uncle John.—The story of the witch that ground to death
Two children in her mill, or will you have
The tale of Goody Cutpurse?
Alice.— Nay, now, nay;
Those stories are too childish, Uncle John,
Too childish even for little Willy here,
And I am older, two good years, than he;
No, let us have a tale of elves that ride,
By night, with jingling reins, or gnomes of the mine,
Or water-fairies, such as you know how

What part of the story is shown in the picture?
  1. One of your old-world stories, Uncle John
  2. The story of the witch that ground to death two children in her mill
  3. Or will you have the tale of Goody Cutpurse?
  4. No, let us have a tale of elves that ride, by night, with jingling reins.
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RL.K.6
The Fox and The Grapes by Aesop. Illustrated by Walter Crane.

This Fox has a longing for grapes,
He jumps, but the bunch still escapes.
So he goes away sour;
And, ’tis said, to this hour
Declares that he’s no taste for grapes.

Who drew the pictures for this story?
  1. Aesop
  2. Walter Crane
Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RL.K.2
The Tortoise and the Hare by Aesop, Illustrated by Walter Crane

’Twas a race between Tortoise and Hare,
Puss was sure she’d so much time to spare,
That she lay down to sleep,
And let old Thick-shell creep
To the winning post first!—You may stare.

What happened in the story?
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