Funny Stories Reading Comprehension

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Animal Crackers

Benjamin and his mother went shopping. They bought a box of Animal Crackers as a special treat.

When they got home, they unpacked the bags and began to put them away.

Benjamin opened the box of Animal Crackers. He spread the cookies all over the table.

"What are you doing?" asked his mom.

"The box says that you can't eat them if the seal is broken," said Benjamin. "I'm looking for the seal!"

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Where did Benjamin get the Animal Crackers?
at school
from his friend
grocery store
grocery store DO NOT EAT IF SEAL IS BROKEN means you should look at:
the animal crackers
the sticky label sealing the box
the picture of the seal on the back of the box
the sticky label sealing the box What mistake did Benjamin make?
He put the cookies on the table.
He counted the cookies incorrectly
He thought that the "seal" in the warning was the animal.
He thought that the "seal" in the warning was the animal. What is another meaning of the word seal?
something that sails in water
something that holds two things together
a baby porpoise
something that holds two things together What is another way of wording the warning on the box?
Do not eat the cookies if the box is open when you buy it.
Do not eat any broken animal crackers.
Do not ever open the box of animal crackers.
Do not eat the cookies if the box is open when you buy it. Why was Benjamin looking for the seal animal cookie?
to see if it was broken
He likes seals.
to count how many there were
to see if it was broken

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