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How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Grade 3)

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How the Grinch Stole Christmas

1. 
Where did the Grinch live?
  1. in Whoville
  2. under a bridge
  3. just north of Whoville
  4. in a mansion
2. 
What was the problem in the story?
  1. The Grinch was lonely.
  2. The Grinch did not like Christmas.
  3. The Grinch could not find his dog.
  4. The Grinch needed a new place to live.
3. 
What did the Grinch want to do?
  1. Stop Christmas from coming
  2. Celebrate Christmas down in Whoville
  3. Catch a flight to New York City for Christmas
  4. Buy the perfect Christmas present for his mother
4. 
What was the main thing the Grinch hated?
  1. the colors
  2. the lights
  3. the noise
  4. the people
5. 
What did the Whos do after feasting?
  1. sing
  2. laugh
  3. open their presents
  4. decorate their houses
6. 
The Grinch couldn't find a reindeer. What did he do?
  1. took his car instead
  2. tied a horn on to his dog
  3. called up a local farmer
  4. took one from Santa Claus
7. 
What was the first thing the Grinch took?
  1. stockings
  2. presents
  3. lights
  4. food
8. 
The Grinch                  to Little Cindy-Lou.
  1. lied
  2. called out
  3. sang a song
  4. gave a high five
9. 
What did the Grinch expect to happen to the Whos after he took their things?
  1. He thought they would buy more presents.
  2. He thought they would start singing very loudly.
  3. He thought they would wake up and be very sad.
  4. He thought they would arrest him and throw him in jail.
10. 
What actually to the Whos when they discovered the Grinch took their stuff?
  1. They cried.
  2. They were angry.
  3. They were very merry.
  4. They rushed to the store.
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