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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Chap. 9 and 10 (Grade 3)

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Chap. 9 and 10

When Charlie came home from school, what did Grandpa Joe give him?
  1. a bowl of soup
  2. a ten-cent piece
  3. a piece of advice
  4. a pat on the back
Grandpa Joe and Charlie opened the chocolate bar. How did they react when they did not find a ticket?
  1. They sighed.
  2. They started crying.
  3. They started laughing.
  4. They became very angry.
How did the weather change in this chapter?
  1. It became very hot.
  2. It became very cold.
  3. It started to rain a lot.
  4. It was the middle of a drought.
The family suddenly had less to eat. What happened?
  1. They got a dog.
  2. Mice ate their food.
  3. The cost of cabbage rose.
  4. The toothpaste factory closed.
What did each person have for breakfast?
  1. a boiled egg
  2. a cup of yogurt
  3. a slice of bread
  4. a pile of pancakes
Charlie's family members tried to give him food. What did he do?
  1. He refused to take it.
  2. He gobbled it up quickly.
  3. He gave it to a homeless boy.
  4. He asked if he could have more chocolate.
How did Charlie begin to change during the cold months? (Choose all that apply)
  1. He grew thinner.
  2. He had less energy.
  3. He became much kinder.
  4. He worked much harder.
Charlie saw a piece of paper on the ground. What was it?
  1. an essay
  2. a dollar bill
  3. a newspaper
  4. a golden ticket
What did Charlie decide to do with the paper?
  1. give it away
  2. buy a chocolate bar
  3. show it to his mother
  4. turn it in to the police
What did the piece of paper Charlie found mean?
  1. food
  2. luck
  3. trust
  4. honesty
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