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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Grade 5)

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1. 
Mr. Wonka is a very tall man with not much energy.
  1. True
  2. False
2. 
What does Charlie win at the end of his tour of the factory?
  1. An Oompa Loompa
  2. A Chocolate Waterfall
  3. The secret chocolate recipe
  4. The entire chocolate factory
  5. None of the above
3. 
In the tunnel the children point out a few non-nonsensical signs. Which phrases did the children see?
  1. ALL CREAMS INCLUDING HAIR CREAM
  2. WHIPS FOR WHIPPING CREAM
  3. BEANS INCLUDING HAS BEANS
  4. All of the above.
  5. None of the above.
4. 
The Oompa Loompas come from Oompaland.
  1. True
  2. False
5. 
As things become more difficult for Charlie when his father loses his job and it becomes cold outside, he:
  1. takes a job at the candy store to help his family's income
  2. walks slowly to school and stays inside for recess to conserve energy
  3. asks the other children at school for their leftover lunches
  4. takes half of Grandpa Joe's meals because "he is young and needs his energy"
6. 
All 4 grandparents agree with Mr. Buckett's remarks that if Charlie does not find a golden ticket in his candy bar he should not be disappointed.
  1. True
  2. False
7. 
Every time one of the four other ticket winners succumb to their own flaws and their safety is questioned, Mr. Wonka remains calm and lighthearted because:
  1. he believes the children have been disobedient and deserve their fate
  2. he dislikes children and does not care about the children's safety
  3. he believes everything will work out in the end
8. 
When Veruca Salt is thrown in the garbage chute, Mr. Wonka says the squirrels think she is                         .
9. 
What do you think the Glass Elevator represented for Charlie? (At least 2 sentences).



10. 
Name at least two times in the story when Dahl casts a negative light on adults:



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