(2) 4th Grade-butter Churn

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  • 1. 
    Butter Churn By Liana Mahoney I wish I had a butter churn, Like those used long ago. So in my kitchen I could have A butter-making show!   I'd show my friends the magic trick Of turning thick, rich cream Into sweet butter for my bread - A butter-lover's dream!   But when my arms began to ache, I think I'd stop the show. For making butter is hard work, Since churning goes so slow.   I love sweet butter - yes, it's true! But churning's such a chore. Instead, I'll put it on my list And buy some at the store! -----   According to the poem, what is the main ingredient for making butter?
    • A. 

      Rich cream

    • B. 

      Plain milk

    • C. 

      Sour cream

    • D. 

      Sweet butter

  • 2. 
    Butter Churn By Liana Mahoney I wish I had a butter churn, Like those used long ago. So in my kitchen I could have A butter-making show!   I'd show my friends the magic trick Of turning thick, rich cream Into sweet butter for my bread - A butter-lover's dream!   But when my arms began to ache, I think I'd stop the show. For making butter is hard work, Since churning goes so slow.   I love sweet butter - yes, it's true! But churning's such a chore. Instead, I'll put it on my list And buy some at the store! ----- (Select all that apply) Which of the following is listed as reasons for her to stop churning butter?
    • A. 

      Arms began to ache

    • B. 

      The butter didn't taste good.

    • C. 

      Making butter is hard work

    • D. 

      Churning goes so slow

  • 3. 
    Butter Churn By Liana Mahoney I wish I had a butter churn, Like those used long ago. So in my kitchen I could have A butter-making show!   I'd show my friends the magic trick Of turning thick, rich cream Into sweet butter for my bread - A butter-lover's dream!   But when my arms began to ache, I think I'd stop the show. For making butter is hard work, Since churning goes so slow.   I love sweet butter - yes, it's true! But churning's such a chore. Instead, I'll put it on my list And buy some at the store! ----- Why does the author want to churn butter?
    • A. 

      She wants to have a butter making show in the kitchen.

    • B. 

      She wants to show her friends how she can make butter.

    • C. 

      Both A and B

    • D. 

      None of the above

  • 4. 
    Butter Churn By Liana Mahoney I wish I had a butter churn, Like those used long ago. So in my kitchen I could have A butter-making show!   I'd show my friends the magic trick Of turning thick, rich cream Into sweet butter for my bread - A butter-lover's dream!   But when my arms began to ache, I think I'd stop the show. For making butter is hard work, Since churning goes so slow.   I love sweet butter - yes, it's true! But churning's such a chore. Instead, I'll put it on my list And buy some at the store! ----- What does the author want to put her butter on?
    • A. 

      Crackers

    • B. 

      Bread

    • C. 

      Chicken

    • D. 

      Turkey Sandwich

  • 5. 
    Butter Churn By Liana Mahoney I wish I had a butter churn, Like those used long ago. So in my kitchen I could have A butter-making show!   I'd show my friends the magic trick Of turning thick, rich cream Into sweet butter for my bread - A butter-lover's dream!   But when my arms began to ache, I think I'd stop the show. For making butter is hard work, Since churning goes so slow.   I love sweet butter - yes, it's true! But churning's such a chore. Instead, I'll put it on my list And buy some at the store! ----- In the last stanza, how did the author decide to get her butter?
    • A. 

      Borrow from her neighbor

    • B. 

      Buy it at the store

    • C. 

      Keep churning

    • D. 

      None of the above