St. Patrick Accelerated Reader Questions

St. Patrick Accelerated Reader Questions help language development.

Children like problem solving and learning new things. The content with meaning in the St. Patrick Accelerated Reader Questions and the fun Irish limerick verse in The Goopy Ghost at St. Patrick's Day holiday book are perfect for home study programs. Using St. Patrick Accelerated Reader Questions with the fun Goopy Ghost holiday theme in the book, helps adults support early reading and encourage language development in young readers. The limerick verse with which “The Goopy Ghost at St. Patrick's Day” is written in its entirety helps children learn how to put words together for pure enjoyment. Limericks are a rare and unique forms of literature that has been attributed to the county of Limerick in Ireland. Limericks offer funny, lively and uncommon word patterns that promote a lifetime of reading.

To support early reading, the St. Patrick Accelerated Reader Questions use playful content from the book to ask questions that are fun for children to answer. The correct answers are provided to encourage language development. These brief comprehension tests will seem more like reading games to early readers. Goopy turns everyday living and learning into a leprechaun reading party for adults and kids. Once children are exposed to the challenging and structured meter of classic read-aloud limerick verse, they are sure to start writing their own collections of humorous, rhyming poems. Save these limericks for future generations to enjoy. Consider this invitation from Limerick that welcomes limericks back “home”.

The Goopy Ghost at St. Patrick's Day

“The Goopy Ghost at St. Patrick's Day”, written entirely in Irish limerick verse, follows the Goopy Ghost in the rescue of a leprechaun and his pot of gold from thieves. These Accelerated Reader Questions for St. Patrick's Day will capture the imaginations of young ones and transport them to an emerald isle full of whimsy and enchantment.

1. Goopy is looking for a leprechaun:

To get some wishes.
To catch some thieves.
To find some gold.
To stay up late.
To party with the leprechauns.

2. Goopy finds the leprechaun:

Inside a tree.
In a trap.
Doing cartwheels and dancing.
Trying to find missing gold.
At home with friends.

3. Goopy and the leprechaun work together to:

Catch the thieves and get the gold back.
Make new gold to replace the missing gold.
Learn more about this special day.
Learn more about leprechauns.
Catch the thieves so they can make more gold.

4. Goopy uses the three wishes from the leprechaun to:

Party with the leprechauns without problems.
Teach the leprechaun how to dance.
Teach the thieves how to find a job.
Teach the leprechaun how to pay for things.
To make more friends.

5. Goopy proves that:

Leprechauns are not much fun.
Sharing and fairness are important.
Once a thief, always a thief.
Fake money is good payment.
Ghosts do not know how to make friends.

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