This story is mostly about a little girl who. A. washes her face B. plays with her dog C. gets ready for school D. rides the school bus
The little girl can wash her face in. A. 3 minutes B. 8 minutes C. 10 minutes D. 15 minutes
The story takes place in the little girl’s. A. school B. bus C. home D. bed
What is the name of the dog in the story? A. Sammie B. Snack C. Dog D. Go
Who is telling the story? A. the dog B. the girl C. the mother D. the teacher
What is the dog’s favorite meal? A. snack time B. lunch C. breakfast D. dinner
What does the girl like to do in the morning? A. Get out of bed B. Stay in bed C. Be late D. Hurry up
The girl takes six minutes to. A. brush her teeth and hair B. give the dog a treat C. run downstairs D. do homework
What is the total time the little girl takes to get ready for school? A. 5 minutes B. 8 minutes C. 36 minutes D. 6 hours
What does the dog wish the girl would do? A. Snuggle with Teddy B. Share her toast C. Brush her teeth D. Play games with him
The dog checks up on the girl because she is. A. playing a game B. brushing her teeth C. taking too long D. riding the bus
When Sammie puts all the time lines together, he is. A. adding B. subtracting C. multiplying D. resting
This book is most like a. A. fairytale B. play C. storybook D. biography
Why is “Get Up and Go!” a good title for the story? A. The little girl wants to eat. B. The dog wants to go out. C. It tells what the little girl does to get ready girl does to get ready for school. for school. D. The little girl plays with the dog.
What does Sammie mean when he says, “The rest of the day is mine.” A. His job getting the girl ready is over. B. He wants to play. C. His dinner is ready to eat. D. He wants to go to sleep.