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Mr. Popper's Penguins: Chapters 3-4 (Grade 3)

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Mr. Popper's Penguins: Chapters 3-4


Read Chapters 3 and 4 of Mr. Popper's Penguins and answer the questions.

Why didn't Mr. Popper sleep well?
  1. His room felt very cold and dry.
  2. His wife kept stealing the covers.
  3. Someone was knocking on his front door.
  4. Admiral Drake made him excited and curious.
Mr. Popper heard the doorbell ring. Who was there?
  1. his wife
  2. Admiral Drake
  3. a delivery man
  4. the President of the United States
Before Mr. Popper saw there was a penguin the box, he knew there was a penguin. How did he know?
  1. He heard a penguin sound.
  2. He saw a flash of black and white.
  3. Admiral Drake said he was sending one.
  4. The box said, "Warning: Live Penguins!"
What word best described the penguin?
  1. mad
  2. tired
  3. polite
  4. curious
Why did Mr. Popper think the penguin liked the bathroom?
  1. It was shiny.
  2. It was full of perfume.
  3. It made him feel safe.
  4. It reminded him of the snow.
What did Mr. Popper and his children name the penguin?
  1. Tuxedo
  2. Penguin 1
  3. Mr. Wiggles
  4. Captain Cook
What did the penguin do when he met Mrs. Popper?
  1. hugged her
  2. gave her a kiss
  3. pecked her ankle
  4. spit water in her face
What did the penguin mean when he lifted his head in the air and said "O-r-r-r-r-h o-r-r-r-h"?
  1. He was angry.
  2. He was pleased.
  3. He was feeling tired.
  4. He was feeling lonely.
What did the penguin do that was very bad?
  1. ate the goldfish
  2. tore up the furniture
  3. used the floor as a toilet
  4. bit the children on the nose
Where did the penguin sleep?
  1. outside
  2. on the floor
  3. in the icebox
  4. next to Mr. Popper
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