(3) 1st Grade-black Cat

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(3) 1st Grade-black Cat

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  • 1. 
    • A. 

      Glad

    • B. 

      Share

    • C. 

      Say

    • D. 

      Late

  • 2. 
    Black Cat, Tan Cat   Look at Black Cat. He’s on his mat. He’s happy, fat, and glad. Tan Cat walks by, his tail held high. And now Black Cat is mad. He thinks Tan Cat wants on his mat. Black Cat will never share. It is so sad. Tan Cat feels bad. They could have been a pair. ---- What two colors are the cats?
    • A. 

      Black and Tan

    • B. 

      Black and White

    • C. 

      Orange and Blue

    • D. 

      Red and White

  • 3. 
    Black Cat, Tan Cat   Look at Black Cat. He’s on his mat. He’s happy, fat, and glad. Tan Cat walks by, his tail held high. And now Black Cat is mad. He thinks Tan Cat wants on his mat. Black Cat will never share. It is so sad. Tan Cat feels bad. They could have been a pair. ---- Which cat is on the mat?
    • A. 

      White cat

    • B. 

      Black cat

    • C. 

      Tan cat

    • D. 

      Brown cat

  • 4. 
    Black Cat, Tan Cat   Look at Black Cat. He’s on his mat. He’s happy, fat, and glad. Tan Cat walks by, his tail held high. And now Black Cat is mad. He thinks Tan Cat wants on his mat. Black Cat will never share. It is so sad. Tan Cat feels bad. They could have been a pair. ---- How does the cat on the mat feel at the beginning of the poem?
    • A. 

      Mad

    • B. 

      Sad

    • C. 

      Happy

    • D. 

      Silly

  • 5. 
    Black Cat, Tan Cat   Look at Black Cat. He’s on his mat. He’s happy, fat, and glad. Tan Cat walks by, his tail held high. And now Black Cat is mad. He thinks Tan Cat wants on his mat. Black Cat will never share. It is so sad. Tan Cat feels bad. They could have been a pair. ---- Why does the cat on the mat feel mad at the end of the poem?
    • A. 

      He doesn’t want to share his mat.

    • B. 

      He doesn’t want to get off the mat to eat.

    • C. 

      He doesn’t want to go to sleep.

    • D. 

      He doesn’t want to play.