Valentine Accelerated Reader Questions

What's News? The book and matching questions inject fantasy into reality checks. The combination encourages budding readers to develop and display early literary excellence. Children enjoy proving their ability to work to correct answers. Along the way, they practice online test-taking for school.

Fired Up? The scoring and answer key at the end of each quiz challenge children to build early learning skills. The five multiple-choice questions are exciting to answer. “Get Score” immediately delivers correct responses with percentage scoring results. “Reset Quiz” lets children beat their own records.

Valentine Comprehension

Hue Did It? This time of chocolate, flowers and cards with red hearts is perfect for self-improvement splurges. Goopy's materials build Valentine comprehension, guide relationships and expand exposures. His mythical lessons of friendship set positive tones for reading and learning pleasure.

Taking Flight? Goopy paves way to the true meaning of Valentines. The book inspires friendship and passion for discovery. The first pass through will not be the last. Each examination leads to further study and practice. Advances in developmental skills sweeten everyday living.

Build Early Learning Skills

Country Strong? The Goopy Ghost at Valentine's Day builds comprehension, which means understanding. Children explore the meaning of Valentine's Day, while celebrating old and new friendships. As with new understandings, making friends takes some doing. Goopy proves this effort is worthwhile.

Block Chain? Successful hands-on education is rewarded when winning accelerated readers pick their next adventurous title. Goopy's activities are split between print and online media. Learning takes on the spirit of fun and games. Graduates can explore action-packed content across this website.

The Goopy Ghost at Valentine's Day

On-the-Fly Fix? Goopy proves no holiday is complete without a wee, gooey ghost to liven up things. Cupid helps this ghost track down a kindred spirit with a good soul. Children learn spirited ideas for making friends. Ghouls rule this energetic blend of modern poetry with Roman mythology.

On Location? Goopy steps into Valentine's Day with a world of ideas. Creative thinking and friendships grow. The quizzes enable adults to monitor the reading progress and comprehension skills of beginning readers. Questions and answers spur adults to read the book and be in the know, too.

1. Goopy was lonely, because:

The party had ended.
No friends or family were around.
The cantaloupe was ruined.
Everyone was sleeping.
The horse ran away.

2. Cupid showed Goopy that:

A party is fine without friends.
Mars does not get angry.
Friends are not easy to make.
Fruits and vegetables are good party foods.
Horses make good friends.

3. Mushy caused problems by:

Riding away on the horse.
Popping out of a cantaloupe.
Knowing too much about having fun.
Twisting and twirling.
Eating too much candy.

4. At the end of the party:

Cupid stayed and stayed.
Mushy left in a hurry.
Goopy left in a hurry.
Goopy wanted to ride the horse.
Goopy wanted more friends.

5. Goopy proves that:

Anyone can ride a horse.
Pumpkins can be found all year.
Friends come from cantaloupes.
Friends and family matter the most.
Ghosts do not need friends.

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