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Grade 5 Problem and Solution CCSS: RL.5.3
Which type of conflict is exhibited when a football player makes a tackle?
  1. person vs person
  2. person vs nature
  3. person vs society
  4. person vs technology
Grade 6 Problem and Solution CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RL.6.2
What is the major conflict in the story?
  1. The kids are trying to see whether or not Bigfoot is by the dam.
  2. The kids can't decide if they want to pull a prank on Mr. McAfree.
  3. The kids have to sneak back home without their father noticing.
  4. The kids have to decide whether or not they will obey their dad.
Grade 2 Problem and Solution
Why did Mr. Bunny enter the garden?
  1. to gather onions
  2. to tease the cat
  3. to find Benjamin Bunny
  4. to talk to Mr. McGregor
Grade 2 Problem and Solution
What did Mr. Bunny do to the cat?
  1. locked her in the shed
  2. bribed her with mice
  3. gave her some milk
  4. kissed her nose
Grade 4 Problem and Solution

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Why did Emily want to enter the costume contest?
  1. to wear a cool costume
  2. to win $100
  3. to impress her friends
  4. to celebrate Halloween
Grade 2 Problem and Solution CCSS: CCRA.R.8, RI.2.8

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What is the writer's solution to her problem?
  1. She wants her money back.
  2. She wants to visit the company.
  3. She wants to learn to like lemon candy.
  4. She wants the company to send her candy.
Grade 5 Problem and Solution

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What was Noah's problem?
  1. He had to build an ark.
  2. He needed all of the trees cut down.
  3. He had too many animals to care for.
  4. He could not find an ax to cut down the tree.
Grade 2 Problem and Solution CCSS: CCRA.R.8, RI.2.8

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What was the writer's problem?
  1. The Strawberry Chews were actually hard lemon-flavored candies.
  2. The box of candies was empty.
  3. The company refused to send her a new box of candy.
  4. The company promised chewy and berry flavored candy.
Grade 5 Problem and Solution CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RL.5.2

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What was the problem in this story?
  1. It was very cold during the winter.
  2. The little boy's mother was sick.
  3. The flowers were still sleeping.
  4. It was the beginning of spring.
Grade 3 Problem and Solution

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The cat tricked the ogre into becoming a mouse, and then ate him. How did this solve his problem?
  1. The castle had no owner, so the cat's master could claim it.
  2. The ogre liked to eat cats, so he could not eat anymore.
  3. The cat was hungry, so he used the mouse as food.
  4. The king hated mice, so the cat helped him feel safe.
Grade 3 Problem and Solution

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Why did the cat pretend his master was drowning in the river?
  1. to help catch a fish
  2. to get the king to notice him
  3. to make his master look weak
  4. to cause the princess to become worried
Grade 5 Problem and Solution

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Noah said Paul Bunyan worked at a snail's pace. This made Paul Bunyan
  1. work slower.
  2. work faster.
  3. quit the job.
  4. hire more help.
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