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Mr. Popper's Penguins: Chapters 5-6 (Grade 3)

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Mr. Popper's Penguins: Chapters 5-6


Read Chapters 5 and 6 of Mr. Popper's Penguins and answer the questions.

Why did Mr. Popper hire a serviceman?
  1. to fix the toilet
  2. to put a lock on the door
  3. to look at a leak in the bathtub
  4. to make the freezer better for the penguin
With what did Mr. Popper pay the serviceman?
  1. nothing
  2. a dollar
  3. a basket of fish
  4. his last ten dollars
What did the serviceman think of Mr. Popper?
  1. He thought he was crazy.
  2. He thought he was clever.
  3. He thought he was a nice man.
  4. He thought he was very wealthy.
What caused the serviceman to race out of the house?
  1. A policeman came.
  2. He saw Captain Cook.
  3. He got an emergency call.
  4. Mr. Popper refused to pay him.
Why did the policeman stop by the Poppers' house?
  1. He needed painting done.
  2. The serviceman told him to.
  3. He wanted to see the penguin.
  4. A penguin was reported missing.
Mr. Popper called City Hall to
  1. talk to the Mayor.
  2. complain about the officer.
  3. ask if they had any job openings.
  4. see if his penguin needed a license.
What problem did Mr. Popper have when he called City Hall?
  1. Everyone had taken the day off.
  2. Penguins were not allowed in the town.
  3. They had never seen a penguin before.
  4. They thought Captain Cook was a person.
Who was Mr. Popper transferred to before he hung up?
  1. the mayor
  2. Animal Control
  3. Division of Police
  4. the Automobile License Bureau
How did Mr. Popper feel after his conversation with City Hall?
  1. poor
  2. excited
  3. frustrated
  4. disappointed
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