Raising Dragons Jeopardy

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When something is tied on or fastened by a knot or hook it is _______.

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After the crops are picked or gathered up, they have been ___________.

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When seeds have been scattered around or planted in the ground they have been _______.

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If you are hungry or you have a desire for food, you have an _________.

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Small jobs that you do, usually on a regular basis, are called _______.

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What does the expression “Normally I don’t get mushy at departing” mean? (pg. 385)

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The girl doesn’t normally get emotional/sad when she says good-bye.

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What does the author mean by The crowds and attention decided his fate?

(pg. 380)

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The attention Hank is receiving from people has forced the girl to make new plans for his future.

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Why does Hank dig a trench around the field?

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To make sure the fire he lights in the cornfield does not spread.

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How come the girl’s parents never imagined that she would care for a real dragon?

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They are adults and don’t believe in dragons; they don’t have a child’s imagination.

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Why do you think the girl decides to keep her opinions about dragons to herself? (pg. 366)

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So she won’t annoy Pa; she doesn’t think she can change his opinions about dragons.

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Spell the spelling word that goes in the blank:

Would you like an apple or an ______ for snack?

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Spell the spelling word that goes in the blank:

Dragons have _______ on their bodies.

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A ______ makes decisions in a courtroom.

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Spell the spelling words that goes in the blank:

A ladybug is a type of ________.

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Spell the spelling word that goes in the blank:

The detective __________ the witness about the crime.

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Why do you think Hank makes sure to keep his temper under control when the girl is near?

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If he gets angry, he might start a fire that could hurt his best friend.

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Why do you think Ma doesn’t want anything to do with Hank?

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She doesn’t trust Hank; she is afraid he’ll ruin the crops; doesn’t like having a dragon around.

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Why do you think the girl’s parents taught her how to care for living creatures?

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Knowing how to take care of animals is important on a farm; she uses her knowledge to raise Hank.

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Why do you think Hank grins when the girl leaves the island?

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He has a surprise for her in the wheelbarrow.

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How does the girl know that she was born to raise dragons?

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She likes to do it and does it well; knowing your interests and abilities.

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Why does the author describe the girl waiting and watching and wondering about the egg in the cave?

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To show how curious she is; to increase the reader’s curiosity.

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What does the author mean when the girl says I knew I was his girl and he was my dragon?

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That she and the dragon were meant to be good friends.

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Why doesn’t the author explain ahead of time that Hank is trying to make popcorn? (pg. 378)

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To increase the reader’s interest/suspense.

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How does the author make the dragons on the island seem like people?

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They have hotels and restaurants; they play their own version of tag.

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Why does the author use the phrase at least for now on pg. 385?

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To suggest that Hank and the girl may have a chance to visit each other in the future.

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