Charlotte's Web: Chapter 13 (Grade 2)

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Charlotte's Web: Chapter 13

1. 
What did Charlotte's web look like before she wrote the message?
  1. a ball of yarn
  2. a wagon wheel
  3. a picture of a pig
  4. a tangled pile of thread
 
2. 
What type of thread did Charlotte use for the message?
  1. dry thread
  2. wet thread
  3. red thread
  4. heavy thread
3. 
Why didn't Charlotte use sticky thread to write the message?
  1. She ran out.
  2. She didn't like it.
  3. Bugs would get stuck in it.
  4. It wouldn't show up as clearly.
 
4. 
Charlotte wrote the message with                 lines.
  1. long
  2. short
  3. single
  4. double
5. 
What did Charlotte do as she wrote the message?
  1. ate flies
  2. sang a song
  3. talked to herself
  4. watched Wilbur sleep
 
6. 
How did Wilbur feel when people came to read the message?
  1. sad
  2. bored
  3. terrific
  4. handsome
7. 
Who did Mr. Zuckerman tell Mrs. Zuckerman to call?
  1. his mother
  2. the minister
  3. the judge from the contest
  4. the reporter from the paper
 
8. 
What did Mr. Zuckerman ask Lurvy to build?
  1. a crate
  2. a bookshel
  3. a doghouse
  4. a display case
9. 
Where did Mr. Zuckerman plan to take Wilbur?
  1. to the vet
  2. to the church
  3. to the butcher
  4. to the county fair
 
10. 
What was the first word Templeton brought to Charlotte?
  1. new
  2. clean
  3. crunchy
  4. delicious
11. 
Why did Charlotte have Wilbur do tricks?
  1. to entertain the visitors
  2. to see if he was radiant
  3. to make him more popular
  4. to show how terrific he was
 
12. 
At the end of the day, how did being terrific all day make Wilbur feel?
  1. tired
  2. bored
  3. terrific
  4. amazing
13. 
Charlotte told Wilbur a few stories. What were her stories about?
  1. her cousins
  2. amazing pigs
  3. her childhood
  4. animals on the farm
 
14. 
Who was really the most terrific animal in the barn?
  1. Wilbur
  2. Charlotte
  3. the goose
  4. Templeton

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