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Winter Escape

Unit 3 Reading Assessment Review

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Missions

2.Stars

3.Lights

4.Bows

Final gift

1.Baubles

The chef prepared a sumptuous feast for the royal banquet. He meticulously crafted each dish, ensuring that they were not only delicious but also beautifully presented. The guests, including the king and queen, marveled at the culinary artistry displayed on their plates. The evening was a testament to the chef's exceptional skills.Based on the passage, what does "sumptuous" mean?

Quick and easy

Luxurious and lavish

simple and plain

Question 1/4

The cityscape was an impressive sight, with its towering skyscrapers that seemed to touch the sky. The urban environment was bustling with activity, as people hurriedly made their way to work, and the streets were filled with the vibrant colors of storefronts and advertisements. It was a metropolis, a place of endless opportunities and excitement.Which of the following words is a synonym for "metropolis" as used in the passage?

town

village

Question 2/4

megalopolis

In the heart of Whispering Meadows, there stood an ancient tree with branches that seemed to touch the sky. Every fall, colorful leaves adorned its branches, creating a breathtaking sight. As the townsfolk admired the tree, they heard a new word whispered in the air - "resplendent." The town's librarian, Mrs. Turner, mentioned it in passing, saying, "The tree looks resplendent with its vibrant autumn leaves." The kids were curious but unsure of the word's meaning. What is the meaning of resplendent?

tall and interesting

bright and colorful

Question 3/4

interesting and exciting

In the heart of Butterfly Valley, the students stumbled upon a peculiar plant during their nature exploration. Its bright petals and unique fragrance intrigued them. As they examined the plant, their guide, Mr. Jennings, exclaimed, "This flower is quite aromatic; it releases a pleasant fragrance into the air." The children exchanged puzzled glances, wondering what "aromatic" meant. Can you figure out the meaning of "aromatic" based on Mr. Jennings' description?

dangerous and prickly

sweet-smelling or fragrant

colorful and virbrant

Question 4/4

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Gifts to decorate!

Incorrect!You get coal.

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Missions

Final gift

2.Stars

3.Lights

4.Bows

1.Baubles

Question 1/4

The creatures eyes are ordinary and dull

The creatures eyes are as bright as the sun

The creatures eyes shine like stars in the night sky

In the magical land of Starlight Hollow, Emily found an old, dusty book in the attic of her grandmother's cottage. The book's cover sparkled with mysterious symbols, and Emily was eager to discover its secrets. As she flipped through the pages, she stumbled upon a passage that described a creature with fur as soft as a cloud and eyes that glowed like stars. The words painted a vivid picture in Emily's mind, and she wondered, "What does the author want us to imagine about the creature's eyes?"

Read the paragraph and answer the questions.

Question 2/4

Oliver is a wise and fashionable owl with round glasses and scarves.

Oliver is a serious and grumpy owl who dislikes scarves.

Oliver is a playful owl who enjoys flying around the village.

In the charming village of Willowbrook, there lived a peculiar character named Oliver Owlton. Oliver was known for his round glasses perched on his beak-like nose and a collection of colorful scarves that he wore no matter the weather. The townsfolk often wondered why Oliver had such a unique style. In the story, how would you describe Oliver Owlton based on his appearance?

Question 3/4

To provide information about other characters in the story.

To give the reader insight into Captain Starlight's experiences and emotions.

To describe the setting and the town of Sunflower Springs.

In the lively town of Sunflower Springs, Lily discovered a fascinating storybook titled "The Adventures of Captain Starlight." The tale followed Captain Starlight and his crew as they sailed through uncharted waters in search of hidden treasures. Lily noticed that the story was told from a unique perspective, as the narrator shared Captain Starlight's thoughts and feelings. Why is it important for the narrator to share Captain Starlight's perspective?

Question 4/4

The story is told from the perspective of the unicorn.

The story is told from the perspective of all the friends.

The story is told from Emily's point of view.

In the magical land of Sparkle Haven, a group of friends embarked on a quest to rescue a kidnapped unicorn. The story is narrated by Emily, one of the friends. What does this tell you about the point of view of the story?

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Gifts to decorate!

Bad kidslist

Wrong!

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Missions

Final gift

2.Stars

3.Lights

4.Bows

1.Baubles

Cameras and notebooks.

Question 1/4

Nets and magnifying glasses.

Nets and cameras

Baskets and binoculars.

In the heart of Misty Meadows, a group of nature enthusiasts set out on a butterfly expedition. Armed with nets and magnifying glasses, they explored the fields, hoping to discover the secrets of these delicate creatures. The paragraph provides details about the tools the nature enthusiasts used. What are the tools mentioned in the paragraph?

take a guided tour of the museum.

Question 2/4

watch a documentary about marine life.

see a dolphin show

touch starfish and sea anemones

In the bustling town of Harborview, the local museum hosted an exhibit on marine life. The exhibit featured a variety of sea creatures, from playful dolphins to mysterious deep-sea fish. Visitors could explore interactive displays, including a touch tank with starfish and sea anemones. The paragraph provides details about the interactive displays at the marine life exhibit. What can visitors do at the exhibit?

the river is a sources of loud noises

Question 3/4

the river is a dangerous place to explore

the river holds hidden treasures

the river makes people confused

Deep in the heart of Crystal Caves, the young spelunkers discovered an intriguing map that held the key to hidden treasure. The map, however, had a mysterious phrase written in a language they couldn't understand: "X marks the spot where the river whispers secrets." The spelunkers were curious about the meaning of the phrase and speculated about its significance. What does the phrase "the river whispers secrets" most likely mean in the context of the paragraph?

A meadow that is always bight and sunny

Question 4/4

A meadow that is illuminated by the moon at night

A meadow that is mysterious

A meadow that is only visible during the day

In the quaint village of Meadowbrook, the townsfolk stumbled upon an old diary containing the phrase, "The moonlit meadow beckons those with curious hearts." The villagers were intrigued by this mysterious message and wondered what it meant. What is the most likely meaning of the phrase "moonlit meadow" based on the context of the paragraph?

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Gifts to decorate!

Incorrect!You lose gifts.

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Missions

Final gift

2.Stars

3.Lights

4.Bows

1.Baubles

Question 1/4

Reason

Remeber

Reuse

Restate

When writing a constructed response, what does the R stand for?

Question 2/4

the first 4 words

questions words

the title

words you do not need

When writing a constructed response what do you get rid of to help you restate the question?

Question 3/4

Cite evidence from the text using quotation marks

Use context clues to answer the question

Cite evidence from the text

Connect to the answer

When writing a constructed response what do you have to do for letter C?

Question 4/4

Provide evidence to answer the question

Explain how you feel about the answer

Explain how your answer and evidence connect

Explain what you know

When writing a constructed response what do you have do to for the letter E?

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Gifts to decorate!

Incorrect!Smokey chimney.

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Missions

Decorate

2.Stars

3.Lights

4.Bows

1.Baubles

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

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