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Grade 1 Reading Literature - Characters, Settings and Events
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Grade 1 Reading Literature - Characters, Settings and Events

This English Language quiz is called 'Characters, Settings and Events' and it has been written by teachers to help you if you are studying the subject at elementary school. Playing educational quizzes is a fun way to learn if you are in the 1st or 2nd grade - aged 6 to 8.

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Stories contain characters, settings, and events. Students need to learn about how characters interact and how the setting affects the events in the story. Children have learned that stories contain these elements. This quiz will let students answer questions about the different characters and what they do in the story. It will also let students answer questions pertaining to the key details from the settings and events in the story.

Story 1 - Sally's First Day

Sally looked out the window. She was tired and sad. It was early in the morning. Her mother came into her room and told her to get up. She said that it was time to get dressed. She didn’t want to be late. Summer had been so much fun. She wanted summer to be longer.

Sally put her dress on and walked down the stairs. Sally’s mom made her breakfast. Sally ate her breakfast quickly. She had a frown on her face. She would miss playing with her friends and swimming in the pool. Sally picked up her backpack and walked out the door sadly.

Story 2 - Pete and the Storm

The sky grew dark. Pete and his dog started to run. They knew it was about to rain. Then Pete felt the wind blow. Pete looked up at the clouds. They were moving around.

Pete’s shirt was new. It cost a lot of money and his mom told him not to get it dirty. Pete looked down the street. His house was far away.

Then the wind began to blow harder. Rain would be pouring down soon. Pete ran faster with his dog. He didn’t want his mom to get mad. His shirt would get messy from the rain. Pete walked into the house. Then the rain started to pour down.

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1.
Read story 1 - Sally's First Day above.
How does Sally feel?
Happy.
Sad.
Mad.
Scared.
Sally is sad because she had a frown on her face.
2.
Read Story 1 - Sally's First Day above.
What does Sally want?
To go back to school.
To have more summer days.
To eat breakfast.
To walk to school with her friends.
Sally is upset because she has to go back to school. She would rather have a longer summer.
3.
Read Story 1 - Sally's First Day above.
What does Sally like to do in the summer?
Watch tv.
Eat breakfast.
Read books.
Swim in the pool.
Since Sally will miss playing with her friends and swimming in the pool, she enjoys those things.
4.
Read Story 1 - Sally's First Day above.
Where does this story take place?
At Sally's house.
At Sally's school.
In the swimming pool.
At her friend's house.
Sally is eating breakfast and getting ready for school. She would be at her house.
5.
Read Story 1 - Sally's First Day above.
Where is Sally going?
To the swimming pool.
To her friend's house.
To school.
To church.
Sally is going to school because she has her backpack on. She also is upset that summer is ending.
6.
Read Story 2 - Pete and the Storm above.
Who might get mad at Pete?
His dog.
His mom.
His dad.
His teacher.
Pete's mom would get mad at Pete because his new shirt might get messy.
7.
Read Story 2 - Pete and the Storm above.
Where is Pete and his dog?
At his house.
In his car.
At school.
Outside.
Pete is outside in the rain, but he is trying to get home.
8.
Read Story 2 - Pete and the Storm above.
How does Pete feel about his new shirt?
He is mad at his new shirt.
He doesn't have a new shirt.
He wants to take care of his shirt.
He doesn't care about his shirt.
Since Pete doesn't want to get his shirt dirty from the rain, he wants to take care of it.
9.
Read Story 2 - Pete and the Storm above.
Why does Pete run home?
Because his mother wants him home.
Because it is going to rain.
Because he needs to take his dog home.
Because his mom is mad.
Pete runs home because it is going to rain. He is wearing a new shirt and doesn't want to get in trouble.
10.
Read Story 2 - Pete and the Storm above.
When did it start to rain?
When Pete and his dog got home.
When Pete got his new shirt.
When Pete's mom called him to come home.
When Pete started to run.
The rain began to fall when Pete and his dog got to his house.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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