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1 Alex clutched his math quiz in his hand as he opened the front door. He d really tried this time, but he still barely passed. And now Mrs. Gregory was making everyone take their quizzes home to be signed. Sounds from the kitchen and the smell of fresh chocolate chip cookies greeted Alex at the door. His stomach grumbled. No way would he be allowed to have cookies after he showed Mom this quiz. Unless... He could wait until the morning and have her sign the quiz before school! Alex shoved the paper in his backpack and ran to the kitchen. Hi, Mom. The cookies smell great. Thanks. Mom poured a glass of milk and put it on the table for Alex. I figured you d need a pick-me-up after you got your math quiz back. Alex dropped his cookie on the floor. How did she know? Mrs. Gregory called, Mom said, as Ralph, their golden retriever, snatched up the fallen cookie. Here it comes, Alex thought. I m grounded. I told Mrs. Gregory how hard you studied for that quiz, Mom said, handing Alex another cookie. Alex was shocked. Mom wasn t mad?

3 1. Why didn't Alex want to show the math test to his mother? a. He failed the test. b. He didn't study for the test. c. He thought his mother would be upset. d. He forgot to bring the test home. 2. Alex didn't want to show his mother the test that afternoon. He wanted to wait until the next morning instead. Why? 3. Why didn't Alex wait until morning to have his mom sign the test? 4. Match each character with their description. Michael a. family pet Ralph b. struggles with math Mrs. Gregory c. math whiz Alex d. teacher 5. Why wasn't Alex's mom upset with him?

4 Fill in the missing letters to create a vocabulary word from the story. Then write the full word on the line. Be sure you spell each word correctly. 1. a e y hint: by a very small amount 2. i n d hint: wrote a cursive name on a paper 3. t o c hint: belly 4. i g e d hint: thought 5. e i e r hint: type of dog that likes to fetch items and bring them back 6. n t h d hint: grabbed 7. r u d d hint: punishment in which privileges are lost 8. o r hint: a person hired to help someone learn 9. a l hint: opposite of pass

5 In the story,, Alex is afraid to show his math test to his mother. He is afraid that he will be grounded for getting a poor grade. When his mother finds out, she is not angry because she knows he studied and did his best. Write a paragraph in which you list four different things Alex can do to improve his math skills.

6 ANSWER KEY 1. Why didn't Alex want to show the math test to his mother? c a. He failed the test. b. He didn't study for the test. c. He thought his mother would be upset. d. He forgot to bring the test home. 2. Alex didn't want to show his mother the test that afternoon. He wanted to wait until the next morning instead. Why? Alex was afraid he would not get milk and cookies if he showed it to his mother in the afternoon. 3. Why didn't Alex wait until morning to have his mom sign the test? Alex's mother already knew about the test because she had talked to his teacher on the phone. 4. Match each character with their description. c Michael a. family pet a Ralph b. struggles with math d Mrs. Gregory c. math whiz b Alex d. teacher 5. Why wasn't Alex's mom upset with him? She knows he studied and tried his best on the quiz.

7 ANSWER KEY Fill in the missing letters to create a vocabulary word from the story. Then write the full word on the line. Be sure you spell each word correctly. 1. b a r e l y barely hint: by a very small amount 2. s i g n e d signed hint: wrote a cursive name on a paper 3. s t o m a c h stomach hint: belly 4. f i g u r e d figured hint: thought 5. r e t r i e v e r retriever hint: type of dog that likes to fetch items and bring them back 6. s n a t c h e d snatched hint: grabbed 7. g r o u n d e d grounded hint: punishment in which privileges are lost 8. t u t o r tutor hint: a person hired to help someone learn 9. f a i l fail hint: opposite of pass

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