Fill in the Blank
Characters
True or False
Multiple Choice
Figurative Language

100

 ___ is the person Winnie thinks is the strongest.

Jesse

100

Who was the character that Winnie says he is so gorgeous  

 Jesse 


100

The man in the yellow suit doesn't have a beard.

False

100

Who did Winnie have a crush on? 

A.Jesse


 B.Miles


 C.Mae


 D. Toad



 A. Jesse

100

They will come running like a bunch of pigs to slops.

Simile

200

 ___ shot the man in the yellow suit



Mae

200

Who was the man on the font of the fosters gate

The men in the yellow suit

200

The man in the yellow suit offers Winnie's grandmother and mother their house for their daughter Winnie.

True

200

Which family does Winnie belong to?

A. Foster 


B. Tuck

 A. Foster

200

The frog spoke a deep sound of warning.



Personification

300

 Everyone but ___ drank from the spring water.

The Cat

300

How did the spring water change his life? And why is Miles so sad about it.

His Wife dump him and took his Children

300

Jessie told Winnie she should drink the spring water when she was 17.

True

300

How old was Winnie when she saw Jesse?

A. 20


 B. 10

B 10

300

His long chin faded off into a thin apologetic beard.

 Imagery

400

 ____ thought that the music from the music box was elves.

Granny (Winnie’s Grandmother)

400

Who kept May Tuck in prison

 The Constable

400

Winnie gave all the springwater to the toad.

True

400

The Tucks were Winnie’s ___

A. enemies 


B.Family 


C.Friends

C. Friends

400

 A language that is used to explain a moment of the scene in detail and shows different clues visually and clearly.

Figurative Language

500

___ was when all this took place

The first week of August. 


500

Why did Winnie feel angry and upset about her grandmother and mother?

Her Mom and Grandma were watching her and didn’t let her go outside.

500

The people who drank the spring was Angus Tuck, Mae, Jessie and miles and the horse.

True

500

Who was the person found drinking from the spring water?

A. Toad 


B. Mae 


C. Jesse

C. Jesse

500

 Leaving the cottage was like leaving something real and moving into a dream

Simile