Plot
Vocabulary
Figurative Language
Grammar
Miscellaneous
100

The turning point in the story.

What is the Climax?

100

Unable to be seen.

What is invisible?

100

Comparing two things using "like," "as," or "than."

What is a simile?

100

Find the grammar mistake:

Today after school, i have to go to a dentist appointment.

What is the letter "I" needs to be capitalized?

100

The lunch that Ms. Alves stole belonged to this person.

Who is Ms. Lopez?

200

The beginning of the story where the characters and setting are introduced.

What is the Exposition?

200

A story of real or imaginary events.

What is narrative?

200

Seven snakes slithered slowly past Sally Sue on Sunday.

What is alliteration? 

200

The pronoun that can replace the nouns in this sentence: 

Chris and Tammie took today off from work to go Christmas shopping.

What is "they?"

200

It is important to ALWAYS read this part of a worksheet, quiz, or test BEFORE starting it.

What are the directions?

300

The message the authors wants you to learn from the story.

What is theme?

300

Shabby or tattered

What is raggedy?

300

Movies like The Lion King, Finding Nemo, and Cars are all examples of this type of Figurative Language.

What is personification?

300

Fill in the blank with the correct conjunction:

Hillary wants to go on vacation with her friends, _____ she still needs to ask her parents.

What is but?

300

The acronym C.E.R stands for...

What are Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning?

400

The main character/hero of the story.

What is the protagonist?

400

Looking again to make corrections.

What is revise?

400

Write an example of a hyperbole.

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400
Identify the simple subject of this sentence:

The crazy kids would not stop running around the house and jumping on the beds.

What are kids?

400

A quarter (1/4) of our bones are located here.

What are feet?

500

The two types of Third Person Point of View.

What are Limited and Omniscient?

500

The addition of more details (to add more details).

What is elaborations/elaborate? 

500

Write an example of a metaphor.

See each group's example

500

Example of homophones

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500

Name the 5 colors of the Olympic flag.

What are blue, yellow, red, green, and black?

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