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Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)

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How did the sand feel to Billy?
  1. It was hot.
  2. It was cold.
  3. It was scratchy.
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)

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What did Billy say when he stepped on the sand?
  1. Ahh!
  2. Ouch!
  3. Hurray!
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)

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Why did Billy take off his shoes?
  1. He wanted his feet to be hot.
  2. He didn't want to get sand in them.
  3. He wanted to put his feet in the water.
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)
The ants go marching ten by ten,
the little one stops to                .
  1. make a friend
  2. round the bend
  3. say "The End"
  4. a letter send
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)
The ants go marching seven by seven,
the little one stops to                .
  1. find his pen
  2. make his bed
  3. pray to heaven
  4. count to seven
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)
The ants go marching two by two,
the little one stops to                .
  1. play a tune
  2. find a clue
  3. tie his shoe
  4. chew and chew
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)
The ants go marching three by three,
the little one stops to                .
  1. climb a tree
  2. eat some cheese
  3. catch a flea
  4. have some tea
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)
The ants go marching five by five,
the little one stops to                 .
  1. give a high five
  2. take a dive
  3. dance the jive
  4. visit the hive
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)
The ants go marching eight by eight,
the little one stops to                .
  1. roller skate
  2. bake a cake
  3. make a mistake
  4. take a break
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)
The ants go marching four by four,
the little one stops to                .
  1. sweep the floor
  2. eat some more
  3. find the shore
  4. shut the door
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)

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The heat was a type of                 from the sun.
  1. light
  2. energy
  3. chemical
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)
The ants go marching one by one,
the little one stops to                .
  1. play a game
  2. suck his thumb
  3. play the drum
  4. catch a ball
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)
When one little duck went out, how many ducks came back?
  1. none
  2. one
  3. two
  4. three
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)
How many little ducks were there at the beginning of the story?
  1. Spring - Duckling - Small
  2. Spring - Duckling - SmallSpring - Duckling - Small
  3. Spring - Duckling - SmallSpring - Duckling - SmallSpring - Duckling - Small
  4. Spring - Duckling - SmallSpring - Duckling - SmallSpring - Duckling - SmallSpring - Duckling - Small
  5. Spring - Duckling - SmallSpring - Duckling - SmallSpring - Duckling - SmallSpring - Duckling - SmallSpring - Duckling - Small
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)
Where did the little ducks go?
  1. over the hills and far away
  2. under the bridge
  3. across the pond
  4. to the store
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)

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What was the problem?
  1. The little flower was sad.
  2. The little flower had to sneeze.
  3. The little flower could not get any light.
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What did the sand do to the heat from the sun?
  1. It absorbed it.
  2. It pushed it away.
  3. It helped cool it down.
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)

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What made the sand hot?
  1. The sun
  2. The weather
  3. The temperature
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)

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Do all animals eat the same kind of food?
  1. Yes
  2. No
Kindergarten Short Stories (Fiction)

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Why did Little Fox have to go inside?
  1. It was dark.
  2. It was raining outside.
  3. It was time for dinner.
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