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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 5, "I Kin Ye, Bonnie Bee".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. By allowing him to watch the chase, how does Granpa reinforce his earlier lessons to Little Tree about the ways of nature and animals?
(a) By never killing the fox, which he does not need.
(b) By not allowing the hounds to kill the fox.
(c) By not allowing the fox to kill the hounds.
(d) By telling Little Tree it is wrong to kill.
2. At the end of Chapter 1, what kind of house is Little Tree taken to by his grandparents?
(a) A tepee.
(b) A cottage.
(c) A cabin.
(d) A bungalow.
3. In the early chapters of the book, what kind of education is Little Tree receiving from his grandparents?
(a) An education about responsibility.
(b) An education that is limited to the Cherokee way of life.
(c) A varied and practical education.
(d) An education about becoming a hunter.
4. According to Granpa's joke, why is Ti-bi robbed by the bear, the coon and the Cherokee?
(a) Because he leaves his surroundings unprotected.
(b) For taking more than he needs from nature.
(c) Because he does not watch out for the hawk.
(d) Because he eats too much and falls asleep.
5. What does Little Tree mean when he says that Granpa has a "sense of instinct"?
(a) That Granpa has common sense.
(b) That Granpa knows the trail very well.
(c) That Granpa is able to smell the animals from far away.
(d) That Granpa has a natural ability to understand what is going on among the animals during the chase.
Short Answer Questions
1. Little Tree's bed is made of what material?
2. According to Little Tree, why do the white mountain men in the area respect Granpa?
3. Which of the following best describes the main theme of Chapter 2?
4. Which three people does Little Tree learn about from Granpa's stories in Chapter 5?
5. What is the most important lesson that Little Tree learns from the stories heard in Chapter 5?
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