Bridge To Terabithia

Chapter Three

The Fastest Kid in Fifith Grade


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VOCABULARY:

Please select the correct meaning of the underlined vocabulary word. Read the word in the context of the sentence then select the correct word.

1. Jess roused himself and went to the front of the room.
lifted
slapped
walked
2. Can't you see she is eating clabber?
oatmeal
yogurt
wheatgerm
3.Wanda Moore truned around, all priss-face. "Jess Aarons. That noise is pure repulsive."
revolting
beautiful
sweet
4. The fifth-grade boys, bursting with new importance, ordered the fourth graders this way and that, while the smaller boys tried to include themselves without being conspicuous.
evident
unnoticeable
persistent
5. He turned deliberately toward Leslie. "Wanna run?" he asked.
undetermined
intentional
puroseful
COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS:

Please select the correct answer to the comprehension questions.

6. Why does Jesse feel sorry for Leslie on the first day of school?

7. Why do the boys gather in the yard at recess?

8. Who wins the race against Jesse and Fulcher?

9. How does Jesse feel about the way Leslie runs? Is the checked box the correct answer?
It's beautiful. It's horrible. He can't stand it. She's like a bird in the air.

10. What does this quote mean? "You're the only durned kid in this whole school worth shooting." Is the checked box the correct answer?
worth racing worth as a friend worth talking to worth ignoring


Please respond to the following statement in the box provided: Imagine you are new to the school. Explain how you would feel if you were treated like Leslie on the first day of school.



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