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2-10-22 Problem and Solution

Quiz by Chelsea Mouch

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  • Q1

    On Friday afternoon, the doorbell rang. Ekon ran to the front door to see if his package arrived. He was so excited that he threw open the door. He didn’t even think about his dog, Rex. Rex darted out the door. He was down the street in a blink of the eye. Luckily, the mailman noticed the pup as he sprinted past him. The mailman chased after Rex, grabbed his collar, and walked him back to Ekon. Phew, that was close!

    What is the problem?

    Ekon’s dog, Rex, escaped from the house.

    Ekon ran to the front door.

    Ekon's  package arrived.

    The mailman chased after Rex.

    300s
  • Q2

    On Friday afternoon, the doorbell rang. Ekon ran to the front door to see if his package arrived. He was so excited that he threw open the door. He didn’t even think about his dog, Rex. Rex darted out the door. He was down the street in a blink of the eye. Luckily, the mailman noticed the pup as he sprinted past him. The mailman chased after Rex, grabbed his collar, and walked him back to Ekon. Phew, that was close!

    What is the solution to the problem?

    Ekon’s dog, Rex, escaped from the house.

    The mailman chased afterRex and returned him to Ekon’s home.

    Ekon's package arrived.

    Ekon ran to the front door.

    300s
  • Q3

    Daichi and Marley took turns at the hoop practicing their free throws. Usually Daichi sunk his free throw shots with no trouble, but something was off today. He had not made a single shot. Marley was on fire, though! He made every single free throw shot from the line. Coach Yang noticed and came to talk to Daichi. “If you adjust your feet,” he said, “your shot will go straight.” To Daichi’s surprise, he made the rest of his free throws!

    What is the problem?

    Daichi and Marley took turns at the hoop practicing their free throws.

    Marley was on fire.

    Usually, Daichi sunk his free throw shots with no trouble.

    Daichi was having troublemaking his free throws at basketball practice.

    300s
  • Q4

    Daichi and Marley took turns at the hoop practicing their free throws. Usually Daichi sunk his free throw shots with no trouble, but something was off today. He had not made a single shot. Marley was on fire, though! He made every single free throw shot from the line. Coach Yang noticed and came to talk to Daichi. “If you adjust your feet,” he said, “your shot will go straight.” To Daichi’s surprise, he made the rest of his free throws!

    What is the solution to the problem?

    Daichi was having troublemaking his free throws at basketball practice.

    Coach Yang offered Daichi some pointers about his feet that helped him improve his shot.

    Usually, Daichi sunk his free throw shots with no trouble.

    Daichi and Marley took turns at the hoop practicing their free throws.

    300s
  • Q5

    Luli’s report card had some good grades and some bad grades. Even though she knew her parents would be disappointed, Luli would show it to them when she got home. Yet when she got off the bus, she realized that the report card was not in her binder. She must have lost it! Instead of panicking, Luli decided to talk to her teacher about it the next day. Her teacher printed a new report card, and even put it in a special envelope for Luli to take home to her parents.

    What is the problem?

    Luli decided to talk to her teacher

    Luli's teacher printed a new report card, and even put it in a special envelope for Luli to take home to her parents.

    Luli’s report card had some good grades and some bad grades.

    Luli lost the report card she was supposed to give to her parents after school.

    300s
  • Q6

    Luli’s report card had some good grades and some bad grades. Even though she knew her parents would be disappointed, Luli would show it to them when she got home. Yet when she got off the bus, she realized that the report card was not in her binder. She must have lost it! Instead of panicking, Luli decided to talk to her teacher about it the next day. Her teacher printed a new report card, and even put it in a special envelope for Luli to take home to her parents.

    What is the solution to the problem?

    Luli decided to talk to her parents.

    Luli’s report card had some good grades and some bad grades.

    Luli told her teacher the truth and her teacher printed her a new report card to take home to her parents.

    Luli lost the report card she was supposed to give to her parents after school.

    300s
  • Q7

    Eli’s mom drove a vintage car. She took care of it, but it always seemed to have issues. One day, Eli was in the car with his mom and sister on their way to visit their cousins.

    To get there, they had to cross a bridge. The bridge always had traffic, but that day was worse than normal. It seemed that there was an accident that was causing traffic. Eli was concerned about the people in the accident. He hoped they were okay!

    Suddenly, Eli’s mom said, “Oh no!” Eli and his sister looked out the front window to see smoke rising from the hood of the car. Eli’s mom quickly turned the car off and jumped out. She opened the hood, and the children watched more smoke rise into the air. Eli’s sister began to cry.

    Eli’s mom called family members for help. She then called for a tow truck. She assured her children that they were safe and help was on the way. When the accident was cleared off the bridge, traffic began moving again. Eli, his sister, and his mom waited in the car for family to arrive.

    Thankfully, the family members arrived with their minivan. Eli's family car had to be towed to the shop so a mechanic could fix it. The family still enjoyed their visit, and they were thankful for so many helping hands!

    What is the problem in the third paragraph?

    Eli’s sister was scared and crying.

    Smoke rising from the hood of the car.

    There was a car accident. 

    Eli's family car had to be towed.

    300s
  • Q8

    Eli’s mom drove a vintage car. She took care of it, but it always seemed to have issues. One day, Eli was in the car with his mom and sister on their way to visit their cousins.

    To get there, they had to cross a bridge. The bridge always had traffic, but that day was worse than normal. It seemed that there was an accident that was causing traffic. Eli was concerned about the people in the accident. He hoped they were okay!

    Suddenly, Eli’s mom said, “Oh no!” Eli and his sister looked out the front window to see smoke rising from the hood of the car. Eli’s mom quickly turned the car off and jumped out. She opened the hood, and the children watched more smoke rise into the air. Eli’s sister began to cry.

    Eli’s mom called family members for help. She then called for a tow truck. She assured her children that they were safe and help was on the way. When the accident was cleared off the bridge, traffic began moving again. Eli, his sister, and his mom waited in the car for family to arrive.

    Thankfully, the family members arrived with their minivan. Eli's family car had to be towed to the shop so a mechanic could fix it. The family still enjoyed their visit, and they were thankful for so many helping hands!

    What is the solution to the  problem in the third paragraph?

    Eli’s sister was scared and crying.

    Eli’s mom quickly turned the car off and jumped out. The car was towed and family members came to take them home. 

    There was a car accident. 

    Eli's family car had to be towed.

    300s
  • Q9

    Eli’s mom drove a vintage car. She took care of it, but it always seemed to have issues. One day, Eli was in the car with his mom and sister on their way to visit their cousins.

    To get there, they had to cross a bridge. The bridge always had traffic, but that day was worse than normal. It seemed that there was an accident that was causing traffic. Eli was concerned about the people in the accident. He hoped they were okay!

    Suddenly, Eli’s mom said, “Oh no!” Eli and his sister looked out the front window to see smoke rising from the hood of the car. Eli’s mom quickly turned the car off and jumped out. She opened the hood, and the children watched more smoke rise into the air. Eli’s sister began to cry.

    Eli’s mom called family members for help. She then called for a tow truck. She assured her children that they were safe and help was on the way. When the accident was cleared off the bridge, traffic began moving again. Eli, his sister, and his mom waited in the car for family to arrive.

    Thankfully, the family members arrived with their minivan. Eli's family car had to be towed to the shop so a mechanic could fix it. The family still enjoyed their visit, and they were thankful for so many helping hands!

    What is the problem in the second paragraph?

    Eli’s sister was scared and crying.

    There was an accident on the bridge that was causing traffic. 

    Eli was concerned. 

    Eli's family car had to be towed.

    300s
  • Q10

    Eli’s mom drove a vintage car. She took care of it, but it always seemed to have issues. One day, Eli was in the car with his mom and sister on their way to visit their cousins.

    To get there, they had to cross a bridge. The bridge always had traffic, but that day was worse than normal. It seemed that there was an accident that was causing traffic. Eli was concerned about the people in the accident. He hoped they were okay!

    Suddenly, Eli’s mom said, “Oh no!” Eli and his sister looked out the front window to see smoke rising from the hood of the car. Eli’s mom quickly turned the car off and jumped out. She opened the hood, and the children watched more smoke rise into the air. Eli’s sister began to cry.

    Eli’s mom called family members for help. She then called for a tow truck. She assured her children that they were safe and help was on the way. When the accident was cleared off the bridge, traffic began moving again. Eli, his sister, and his mom waited in the car for family to arrive.

    Thankfully, the family members arrived with their minivan. Eli's family car had to be towed to the shop so a mechanic could fix it. The family still enjoyed their visit, and they were thankful for so many helping hands!

    Which statement is true?

    Eli’s mom does not take care of her car.

    Eli’s sister helped her mom solve the problem while on the bridge.

    Eli cares about other people.

    Eli was embarrassed about the car breaking down in traffic.

    300s

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