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1 Third Nine Weeks 3 rd Grade Reading Test Questions 1 Cook-A-Doodle-Doo! What makes Eddie s juice different from other juices? To what does Marcy compare the taste of the juice? How are Eddie and Marcy different in their feelings about green juice? Are there any ways in which they are alike? Use details from the story in your answer. What does * mean in the sentence In the sentence above, what does Eddie mean by hold your horses? What does lost your marbles mean as it is used in the story? Which change would make this sentence correct? Which sentence below does NOT use the correct form of the verb have? 2 Seven Spools of Thread What is the MOST likely reason city life is harmful to the butterflies? Which detail helps you conclude that Aunt Kate is a good/bad gardener? What happens inside a chrysalis? In your answer, include details from the story along with any of your own observations. What word could replace * in this sentence? The word * has more than one meaning. Which sentence uses the definition given above? The base word beam has more than one meaning. Which meaning is used in the sentence Which word in the sentence below is a linking verb? Which sentence above does NOT use the correct end punctuation?

2 3 Washington Weed Whackers What is the biggest difference between native and non-native plants? How are native and non-native plants alike? Hoes is a field of native plants different from a field of non-native plants? Use details from the passage in your answer. What does * mean in the sentence How should you write the contraction for is not in the sentence What does the contraction shouldn t mean in the sentence What word in the sentence below is a helping verb? Which word in the sentence below is the main verb? Which sentence above does not use quotation marks correctly? 4 Here s My Dollar The author MOST likely describes the children s work to show that What is the author s purpose in writing this passage? Why does the author describe the town before and after the volunteers started working? Look back at the passage as you write your answer. Which of the following is an example of community from the passage? Which word in the sentence helps you understand the meaning of thrilled? What does slogan mean in the sentence Which form of the verb come correctly completes the sentence Which word is the correct past-tense form of the underlined verb in the sentence 5 My Very Own Room How will David MOST likely feel when he sits in his tree house? If the story continued, what would David MOST likely do next? What do you think David will do the next time he has a problem? Think about what he learns in this story.

3 What does * means in the sentence The Skyways Airport is than the Touring Airport Of all the boys in the world, David felt like the What is the correct contraction for the underlined words in the sentence What change would make the sentence below correct? Which sentence has the contractions for is not? 6 Boom Town What problem does Anya have at the beginning of the story? What does Anya have to do before she starts to paint? What does Anya have to do to make the gift for her aunt? Include each step in the correct order. What does * mean in the sentence Find the compound word in the sentence Which of the following compound words means an area used for racing? Which words correctly complete the sentence Which sentence has one of more words that are NOT capitalized correctly? Which sentence in the paragraph above is incorrect? 7 Beatrice s Goat According to the passage, what might cause people to help at a barn raising? What is NOT an effect of a barn raising mentioned in the passage? What was the effect of people getting together to build up a whole town? Use details from the passage in your answer. Which word has the same meaning as * in the sentence Choose the word that belongs in the same word family as bookcase. Choose the word that does NOT belong in the same word family as the others.

4 8 A Carousel of Dreams Which change would make this sentence correct? Which pronoun could replace the underlined words in the sentence Which pronoun in the sentence below refers to book? Which of the following statements is a fact? Which of the following statements is an opinion? Is the first sentence of this passage a fact of an opinion? Explain how you know. What does the apostrophe mean as it is used in the sentence Which word could BEST replace declared in the sentence Which words BEST complete the sentence Which word in the sentence below is a possessive pronoun? Which word can take the place of the underlined word in the sentence Which sentence above is written incorrectly? 9 The Printer What might have happened if Great-grandpa and his family had tried to leave the Russian town a week later than they did? How will Sam MOST likely think of his great-grandfather now that he knows that whole story? What kind of life do you think Sam s great-grandfather might have had if he had not escaped Russia? Base your answer on details from the story. What doe * mean in the sentence My father was the image of a hero. What does image mean in this sentence? What does * mean in the sentence above? Which change to the sentence below would make it correct?

5 Which sentence below has a pronoun and verb that do not agree?

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