Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? - The Teacher's Guide

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? - The Teacher's Guide

Hedgehog Bakes a Cake www.theteachersguide.com Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Hedgehog

Bakes a Cake Question 1 $100

Where does this story take place? A Hedgehogs kitchen

B Hedgehogs yard C

Rabbits house D in Owls nest

Where does this story take place? A Hedgehogs kitchen

B Hedgehogs yard C

Rabbits house D in Owls nest

Question 2 $200 How does Rabbit make a cake?

A measures everything carefully B follows the recipe his grandmother gave him C guesses how much of everything to put in D stops by Wal-Mart bakery How does Rabbit make a cake?

A measures everything carefully B follows the recipe his grandmother gave him C guesses how much of everything to put in D stops by Wal-Mart bakery

Question 3 $300 Why is this NOT a real story?

A it takes place a long time ago B animals cannot talk or bake cakes C the characters could be real people D the events can really happen Why is this NOT a real story?

A it takes place a long time ago B animals cannot talk or bake cakes C the characters could be real people D the events can really happen

Question 4 $400 Why does Rabbit say he has to leave?

A he is tired of mixing the cake B the Easter Bunny needs some help C his mother tells him to clean his room D Owl is calling for him to come outside Why does Rabbit say he has to leave?

A he is tired of mixing the cake B the Easter Bunny needs some help C his mother tells him to clean his room D Owl is calling for him to come outside Question 5

$500 Why doesnt Hedgehog want anyone else to help? A he doesnt want to share the cake

B Rabbit and Squirrel did not do a good job C it is almost time for the Atlanta Falcons game D the cake is done

Why doesnt Hedgehog want anyone else to help? A he doesnt want to share the cake B Rabbit and Squirrel did not do a good job C

it is almost time for the Atlanta Falcons game D the cake is done Question 6

$600 Why does Hedgehog let Owl help? A

B he doesnt want to hurt Owls feelings Owl said he would tattle if Hedgehog didnt let him help C

Owl can fly D Owl knows how hot the oven should be

Why does Hedgehog let Owl help? A B he doesnt want to hurt Owls feelings

Owl said he would tattle if Hedgehog didnt let him help C Owl can fly

D Owl knows how hot the oven should be Question 7

$700 How does everyone know the cake is done? A Hedgehog calls them to come eat B they read it in the newspaper

C they smell it D Hedgehog carries it out and tells them he will not share How does everyone know the cake is done?

A Hedgehog calls them to come eat B they read it in the newspaper C they smell it D

Hedgehog carries it out and tells them he will not share Question 8 $100,000,000

How many pieces of cake does each one eat? A one piece B five pieces

C two pieces D three pieces How many pieces of cake does each one eat? A one piece

B five pieces C two pieces D three pieces

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