Reading Comprehension Animal Stories

Laugh and Learn with these free printable reading comprehension funny stories. Print the reading passage for offline use or test comprehension with the fun online quiz game. Recommended level: 1st Grade and up


Little Frog, BIG MOUTH


A little frog was hopping down the road when he saw a cat.
In a very loud voice the frog shouted, "WAKE UP! TELL ME, WHAT DO YOU EAT?"

The cat yawned and said, "I drink milk," and went back to sleep.

Very loudly the frog said, "OH, THAT'S NICE!" and hopped down the road.

Then the little frog met a dog. "DOG!" shouted the frog, "WHAT DO YOU EAT?"

"I eat meat," said the dog.
The frog shouted, "OH, THAT'S NICE!" and hopped down the road.

Then the frog met a cow munching on some grass. The big-mouth frog shouted, "COW, WHAT DO YOU EAT?"

"Can't you see?" said the cow. "I eat grass!"
Again, the frog shouted in its big voice, "OH! THAT'S NICE!" and hopped away.

Then the frog saw a big snake curled up on the road and shouted, "SNAKE! WHAT DO YOU EAT?"

The snake hissed, looked at the frog, and said, "I eat little frogs with big mouths!"

The frog hopped back, then whispered in a very small voice, "Oh... that's nice."

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What was the frog’s question to all he met?
What do you eat?
How are you?
Where do you live?
What do you eat? What did the dog eat?
vegetables
meat
bones
meat What did the cow eat?
grass
corn
milk
grass Why did the frog whisper quietly to the snake?
The frog lost its voice after so much shouting.
The snake said that it eats little frogs with big mouths.
The snake asked the frog not to shout.
The snake said that it eats little frogs with big mouths. Which of these is correct?
The frog met a cat, then a cow, then a dog, then a snake.
The frog met a snake, then a cow, then a dog, then a cat.
The frog met a cat, then a dog, then a cow, then a snake.
The frog met a cat, then a dog, then a cow, then a snake.

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