Thanksgiving Accelerated Reader Questions

Scratch-and-Sniff? Children like navigating problems to find correct answers. Reading assessments add power to continuing education. Fun reading comprehension reviews invite kids to make focused analysis. Budding learners can seize control by selecting their next Goopy learning experience.


Back in the Game? Brief, digital practice exercises are available for every V. R. Duin title. The books and matching quizzes make game of information processing. Children demonstrate advancements in content retention. Adults proudly monitor progress of early studies and electronic usage during holiday escapades.

Fun Reading Comprehension Tests for Kids

Another Conversation? Adults appreciate Goopy Ghost's instructive stories, challenges and tests. Mysteries of the unknown present creative activities, spur further inquiry and develop thought processes. Observation and deep thinking help kids separate reality from fantasy.


Kitchen Secrets? Children absorb passages in the captivating tale and strengthening themselves with the game-like set of exercises. The action-packed quiz cultivates a culture of examination and discovery. As with the fruit of the pumpkin vine, the seeds of knowledge quietly germinate, blossom and flourish.

Help Kids Navigate Problems

Apparatus? Much as giving thanks is appropriate throughout the year, the story and quiz provide year-round satisfaction. Subtle guidance offers escape from controversy while parents mold moral and intellectual frameworks. “Get Score” gives a percentage score with full answer key. “Reset Quiz” restarts lessons in better living.


Manifest Destiny? The book shows the way new places, new assignments or new lifestyles. This ghost appears, disappears and reappears, drawing children and adults into adventure. Goopy Ghost books, videos and mind sports prevent Thanksgiving from sliding into Christmas and promote healthy home book-learning habits.

The Goopy Ghost at Thanksgiving

Poster Boy? This positive, playful ghost rises from a pumpkin shell to save Thanksgiving at a family home. The ghost adventure gives incentive to explore and discuss the significance of Thanksgiving traditions. The thunderstorm setting is engaging and entertaining. It encourages children everywhere to overcome fears.


Family Matters? Each time this bright orange spirit emerges from a pumpkin shell, holiday impressions and examinations are stirred. His festive, imaginative capers are unlikely to disappear into bookshelf clutter. This insightful ghost of utopia gladly lingers for day-after-day mindfulness and healthy reflection.

1. Goopy went to the Brown's home, because:

It was hot outside.
The pumpkin was squashed.
Goopy wanted to celebrate.
Goopy wanted to be alone.
Goopy was cold.

2. Pa Brown invited Goopy inside, because:

It was raining.
The family was lonely.
Dinner was finished.
The animals were inside.
It was cold outside.

3. Pa and Ma Brown worried, because:

The ghost was frightening.
The water was rising fast.
The animals had not eaten.
The children had nothing to do.
They did not have any pumpkins.

4. Goopy helped Pa Brown:

Free the animals.
Wash the dishes.
Calm the children.
Clean up the water.
Feed the animals.

5. Goopy proves that:

Thanksgiving can be any day.
Thanksgiving only can be at home.
Thanksgiving is only for people.
Thanksgiving cannot be held when it is raining.
Thanksgiving can only be held on Thanksgiving Day.

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