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Because of Winn-Dixie: Chapters 5-6 (Grade 4)

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Because of Winn-Dixie: Chapters 5-6

What didn't Winn-Dixie like?
  1. cats
  2. dog food
  3. being alone
  4. long car rides
How was Open Arms different from other churches? (Choose all that apply)
  1. Its services were on Saturday.
  2. People brought their own chairs.
  3. There were five preachers at the church.
  4. It was located in an old convenience store.
What happened the first time Opal took Winn-Dixie to church?
  1. He howled outside.
  2. He sang in the choir.
  3. He jumped onto the preacher's lap.
  4. He was shooed away by the elders.
How did Winn-Dixie help the church?
  1. He caught a mouse.
  2. He sang in the choir.
  3. He caused more people to come.
  4. He helped raise a lot of money for the church.
How did Opal feel at the end of the chapter?
  1. sad
  2. tired
  3. lonely
  4. excited
Who was the first friend Opal made in Naomi?
  1. a little girl
  2. the librarian
  3. her mail carrier
  4. the veterinarian
Why did Winn-Dixie look in the window of the library?
  1. He liked to read books.
  2. He wasn't allowed to go inside.
  3. He couldn't find Opal anywhere.
  4. He was trying to catch a mouse.
What did Miss Franny think Winn-Dixie was?
  1. a log
  2. a cat
  3. a tree
  4. a bear
Why did Winn-Dixie come into the library?
  1. to listen to a story
  2. to help Miss Franny
  3. to check out a book about dogs
  4. to tell Opal something important
What effect did Winn-Dixie have on everyone who met him?
  1. They loved him.
  2. They thought he smelled bad.
  3. They decided they hated dogs.
  4. They became very angry and annoyed.
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