POPCORN STORY READING WORKSHEET
the Piles of Popcorn reading comprehension
passage and questions (see
Students should read the story,
then answer multiple choice and fill in the blank questions about the story. For beginning readers,
teachers or parents may read the story along with the students, and help
them answer the questions.
Text from the story:
"My friends are coming to watch the football
game," Dad said. He put a big box on
the kitchen floor.
"What's that?" Seth asked.
"It's a popcorn maker," he said.
He pulled it out of the box and set it on
"Why is it so big?" Jack said.
"It used to be with a circus,"
he said. "They had to make a lot of popcorn
to feed the people.
"How many people are coming?"
"I don't know." Dad took a bag of
popcorn out of the box. "But we need
enough popcorn for all of them."
Seth looked in the box. "Are there any
Dad shook his head. "No, but it's very
easy to use. You put the seeds in the little
bowl on top and turn it on. There's only one
thing to remember."
"What?" Seth said.
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