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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What item in Egypt is used to help the Egyptians decide what to do after their long absence?
(a) The guidelines written on the scrolls.
(c) The crocodile stone.
(d) A die.
2. Who is the evil god in the Egypt Game?
3. What plan does the Egypt gang have for Halloween night?
(a) To hold the Egypt Game at the park.
(b) To soap the Professor's store windows.
(c) To split off from the group and visit Egypt at night.
(d) To perform a sacrifice.
4. What happens while April is playing with Melanie?
(a) April starts feeling sick.
(b) April loses her haughty attitude.
(c) April remembers that her mother is supposed to call.
(d) They think up the Egypt Game.
5. What does the boy who plays the Egypt Game carry?
(a) A ball.
(b) A toy truck.
(c) A stuffed octopus.
(d) A teddy bear.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is a sign that April is adjusting at Wilson School?
2. What event happens in the neighborhood that places a temporary halt to the Egypt Game?
3. What does the lean-to rest on?
4. What month does the Professor witness the beginning of the Egypt Game?
5. How often do April and Melanie see each other before school begins?
Short Essay Questions
1. What were April's living arrangements before she moved to town?
2. What do the children see after they perform their ceremony after their long absence?
3. What is the sign to break away from the trick-or-treating group in order to sneak off to Egypt at night?
4. Why are the children afraid of the Professor?
5. What is the first story April, Melanie and Marshall make up in the Egypt Game?
6. What do the children do in preparation to play the Egypt Game?
7. How does April dress for her first meeting with Melanie?
8. How did the crocodile stone come to be?
9. What arrangements does Caroline make when April first comes to town?
10. How does April fare at Wilson School?
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