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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Chap. 29-30 (Grade 3)

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Chap. 29-30

1. 
Mr. Wonka pointed out a line of covered vans. What did the vans contain?
  1. the other children
  2. the Oompa-Loompas
  3. a large amount of milk
  4. a lifetime supply of chocolate
 
2. 
What happened to Augustus Gloop?
  1. He became thin.
  2. He disappeared forever.
  3. He ate all of the chocolate at once.
  4. He stole the recipe for the Everlasting Gobstopper.
3. 
What happened to Mike Teavee?
  1. He got lost.
  2. He stayed small.
  3. He became ten feet tall.
  4. He turned into a television.
 
4. 
According to Mr. Wonka, were all of the other children okay at the end of the story?
  1. Yes
  2. No
5. 
How did Charlie feel about the chocolate factory?
  1. He loved it.
  2. He thought it was weird.
  3. He never wanted to visit it again.
  4. He was amazed at how big it was.
 
6. 
What did Mr. Wonka give to Charlie?
  1. the chocolate factory
  2. his top hat and cane
  3. an Everlasting Gobstopper
  4. a new type of chocolate bar
7. 
Why did Mr. Wonka want the factory to go to a child?
  1. A child would learn.
  2. A child had lots of energy.
  3. A child was less expensive.
  4. A child ate more chocolate bars.
 
8. 
What happened to Charlie's family at the end of the story?
  1. They became very sick.
  2. They didn't believe Charlie won.
  3. They didn't have any food to eat.
  4. They moved to the chocolate factory.
9. 
What did Grandma Josephine want to know?
  1. if they were rich
  2. if she could bring her knitting
  3. if there would be anything to eat
  4. if Grandpa Joe had a good time at the factory
 
10. 
How did Mr. Wonka get into Charlie's house?
  1. He used a key.
  2. He knocked on the door.
  3. He broke through the roof.
  4. He crawled through the window.
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