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Mr. Popper's Penguins: Chapters 17-18 (Grade 3)

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Mr. Popper's Penguins: Chapters 17-18


Read Chapters 17 and 18 of Mr. Popper's Penguins and answer the questions.

The penguin act was not very successful.
  1. True
  2. False
The other performers loved the penguins.
  1. True
  2. False
What did the audiences do when they saw the penguins?
  1. They booed.
  2. They laughed.
  3. They screamed.
  4. They left the theater.
How much did the Poppers earn each week?
  1. $100
  2. $500
  3. $5000
  4. $10000
When the Poppers stayed in a hotel
  1. the penguins ruined the room.
  2. they had to pay a large hotel bill.
  3. other people came to the hotel to see the penguins.
  4. a special room was always prepared for the penguins.
Traveling as a performer was very
  1. boring.
  2. exciting.
  3. difficult.
  4. expensive.
Why didn't Mr. Popper get free spinach or oats for the penguins?
  1. They were not offered.
  2. They were cheap to buy.
  3. They were made with poor quality.
  4. The penguins refused to eat them.
Near the end of the tour, the penguins were becoming irritable.

What does irritable mean?
  1. very sick
  2. extremely happy
  3. proud of themselves
  4. easily annoyed or angry
What was the problem in New York?
  1. It was too hot.
  2. There were too many people.
  3. The other performers refused to perform.
  4. Mr. Popper ran out of money to buy food.
What act was performing at the theater?
  1. an opera singer
  2. a group of seals
  3. a tightrope walker
  4. a professional piano player

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