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Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed (Grade 2)

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Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed

1. 
Who is the main character in the story?
  1. Mayor
  2. Wilbur
  3. Grandpa
  4. Little Billy
 
2. 
What does the main character like to do?
  1. eat carrots
  2. wear clothes
  3. go swimming
  4. perform in plays
3. 
The main character is                 the other mole rats.
  1. as silly as
  2. the same as
  3. happier than
  4. different than
 
4. 
Which is NOT something you need to know about naked mole rats?
  1. They are very silly.
  2. They are all naked.
  3. They are a little bit rat.
  4. They are a little bit mole.
5. 
Why did the main character like getting dressed?
  1. It made him warm.
  2. He could go swimming.
  3. He could be whatever he wanted.
  4. It helped him impress other people.
 
6. 
Who was the oldest, greatest, most naked mole rat?
  1. Wilbur
  2. Grandpa
  3. The Mayor
  4. Mr. Mole Rat
7. 
What didn't naked mole rats do?
  1. get wet
  2. eat meat
  3. drive cars
  4. wear clothes
 
8. 
The Naked Mole Rats talked to Grandpa about Wilbur. Grandpa decided to make a proclamation. What was his proclamation?
  1. Wilbur would be banished.
  2. Naked mole rats must be naked.
  3. Wilbur was the smartest naked mole rat.
  4. Naked mole rats could wear clothes if they wanted.
9. 
Wilbur asked a question that changed everything. What did Wilbur ask?
  1. Please?
  2. Why not?
  3. Can I go too?
  4. Will you be my friend?
 
10. 
What is something readers needed to know at the end of the story?
  1. Wilbur was a weird mole rat.
  2. All of the mole rats were naked.
  3. All of the mole rats had a great time.
  4. Grandpa mole rat had made a bad decision.
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