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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the old sheep convince Templeton to go to the Fair?
(a) She says none of the other farm animals will talk to Templeton if he doesn't go.
(b) She says Templeton owes Wilbur a favor.
(c) She says Templeton will find lots of food to eat there.
(d) She promises she will get the goose to give Templeton another egg.
2. Why must Charlotte stay behind in her web, rather than accompanying Wilbur in Chapter 15?
(a) Charlotte is afraid to leave her web.
(b) The goose needs help with her new nest full of eggs.
(c) Someone must keep an eye on Templeton.
(d) It is time for her to lay an egg sac and fill it with eggs.
3. What happens in Wilbur's bad dream?
(a) Charlotte dies.
(b) Men come to get him with knives and guns.
(c) Fern moves away.
(d) Templeton takes all of his food.
4. What is the oldest sheep's idea for how Charlotte can get ideas for more words to write in her web?
(a) Templeton can collect and bring back paper advertisements from the dump.
(b) The goose and the gander can scare the mailman and steal some letters.
(c) Fern can bring books from her house.
(d) The animals can sneak some of the Zuckermans' newspapers into the barn.
5. How does Wilbur convince Templeton to retrieve Charlotte's egg sac for him?
(a) He tells Templeton the oldest sheep will punish him when they return to the farm.
(b) He promises to let Templeton always have first choice of the food in his trough.
(c) He threatens to call Mr. Zuckerman's attention to the rat.
(d) He offers Templeton a stack of junk food people have dropped in his pen.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the gander do that irritates Charlotte when she calls a meeting?
2. How is Charlotte feeling at the end of Chapter 17?
3. How does Wilbur carry Charlotte's egg sac?
4. What does Charlotte ask Templeton to bring her back from the fair?
5. In Chapter 13, why does Charlotte have Wilbur run around?
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