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I need help filling out this study guide sheet.. I will fan & medal

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    Charles and his mom were always together, except for when he was at school and she was at work, of course. One reason they were always together was because they had a very small apartment. However, they were also together because they shared an interest in ancient Egypt. When they were not at work or school, they would spend time learning about ancient Egypt at libraries and museums. Sometimes, they would stay at home and build model pyramids and create their own hieroglyphics. As much as Charles loved doing these things, his main goal was to visit the King Tut exhibit. Unfortunately, the exhibit had not come to the United States in thirty years. He was sure he would never get to see all of King Tut’s treasures. Needless to say, Charles was surprised when, for his tenth birthday, his mother gave him two tickets to the King Tut exhibit. He did not even know that the exhibit was coming to his town! His excitement did not last long. He became sad when he looked at the tickets. He saw that exhibit would not arrive until October, which was more than eight months away. As time passed, he once again became excited about visiting the exhibit. In fact, by the time August came around, he had convinced himself that October would never come. He knew that the wait would be the longest two months of his entire life. Finally, October did come. One Wednesday morning, Charles and his mom raced to get dressed, wolfed down their breakfast, and hopped on the first bus heading to the museum. When they arrived at the museum, they saw huge banners with pictures of King Tut’s tomb printed on them. Charles was sure it was going to be the best day ever. 1. Why did Charles think "October would never come"? He thought that he would not be able to get out of school. He was pretty sure that the exhibit had been canceled. He was not sure if his mom had tickets for the exhibit. He was very excited and could not wait to go to the exhibit.

  3. anonymous
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    well from your answer choices it cant be A, nor C

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    because his mom gave him to tickets on his 10th birthday

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    and it did not say anything about charles not being able to get out of school..

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    @ilovejesusmylife

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    why did you put my user name on there

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    why did you put my user name on there

  9. anonymous
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    to notify you that i answered back since you posted a long paragraph on my question..

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    I set all the alarm clocks to ring at the wrong hour; Then, I left a rubber snake to scare Mom in the shower; I filled my brother's backpack with lots of heavy rocks; I put a spider inside my sister's jewelry box; My family doesn't think that my tricks are very cool; They know I can't resist it— I'm just an April Fool! 1. What is the narrator doing in this poem? teaching his or her family a lesson throwing his or her family a party playing tricks on his or her family letting snakes into his or her house

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    oh

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    did you figure out the answer for the first one?

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    no because iam on study ilsand cuts when your not on

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    there

  15. anonymous
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    well the first one is because he is to excited. What grade are you in these seem like pretty simple questions.

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    Kandis loved her dad’s big, heavy blue quilt. It had belonged to her grandfather. “This quilt is very important,” her mom said. “It is one of the only things your dad has that belonged to his father.” “I know, Mom and Dad,” Kandis said. “That’s why it is important to me, too.” “If I let you put this quilt on your bed, you have to take good care of it,” her dad said. “I will. I promise!” Kandis couldn’t wait to climb into bed that night. The quilt was so warm and comfortable. As soon as I snuggle under it, I will drift right to sleep, Kandis thought. One day after school Kandis had to work on her art project. She spread newspaper all over her bed and began to paint. “I’m sure this will be the best family picture in class,” Kandis said, as she worked. “Kandis, how long will it be before you’re ready for dinner?” her mom said. “I’ll be down in just a minute,” she replied. “Now my beautiful picture is complete,” Kandis said hanging up the painting to dry. “The only thing left to do is clean up my room.” Kandis rolled up the newspaper and threw it away. All I have to do is put away my art supplies and I’ll be done, she thought as she returned to her room after dinner. Something was wrong. To Kandis’ surprise, the paint had soaked through the newspaper onto the quilt. “Oh no!” Kandis said. “How am I going to explain how I messed up Grandpa’s quilt?” Instead of telling her dad about the accident, Kandis decided to turn the quilt on the opposite side. The next day after school when Kandis went in her room, her dad was sitting in her room waiting. “What happened to your grandfather’s quilt?” he asked. “I was working on my art project and somehow the paint soaked through the newspaper I covered the bed with,” she mumbled. “Why didn’t you tell me this had happened?” “I was afraid you might be mad at me.” “I understand mistakes happen, but I am disappointed you didn’t tell me,” her dad picked up the quilt and headed for the washroom. “Let’s see if we can get the paint out with a little soap and water.” Kandis and her dad placed the quilt in the washing machine. To their relief, it came out clean. “Next time, could you keep your art projects in the kitchen or the family room?" 2. Which of the following quotes is spoken by Kandis? "Let's see if we can get the paint out with a little soap and water." "How am I going to explain how I messed up Grandpa's quilt?" "I understand mistakes happen, but I am disappointed you didn't tell me." "If I let you put this quilt on your bed, you have to take good care of it."

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    i can't help you if you are not going to try yourself.. these are all simple and it seems that you just want someone to do your work..

  18. anonymous
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    i dont i reallly do need help

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    what grade are you in?

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    5th what are in and vare you a boy are girl

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    im in 10th, and im a girl..

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    just repost your questions in another post.. it will be more easier for me to help you.

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    Kandis loved her dad’s big, heavy blue quilt. It had belonged to her grandfather. “This quilt is very important,” her mom said. “It is one of the only things your dad has that belonged to his father.” “I know, Mom and Dad,” Kandis said. “That’s why it is important to me, too.” “If I let you put this quilt on your bed, you have to take good care of it,” her dad said. “I will. I promise!” Kandis couldn’t wait to climb into bed that night. The quilt was so warm and comfortable. As soon as I snuggle under it, I will drift right to sleep, Kandis thought. One day after school Kandis had to work on her art project. She spread newspaper all over her bed and began to paint. “I’m sure this will be the best family picture in class,” Kandis said, as she worked. “Kandis, how long will it be before you’re ready for dinner?” her mom said. “I’ll be down in just a minute,” she replied. “Now my beautiful picture is complete,” Kandis said hanging up the painting to dry. “The only thing left to do is clean up my room.” Kandis rolled up the newspaper and threw it away. All I have to do is put away my art supplies and I’ll be done, she thought as she returned to her room after dinner. Something was wrong. To Kandis’ surprise, the paint had soaked through the newspaper onto the quilt. “Oh no!” Kandis said. “How am I going to explain how I messed up Grandpa’s quilt?” Instead of telling her dad about the accident, Kandis decided to turn the quilt on the opposite side. The next day after school when Kandis went in her room, her dad was sitting in her room waiting. “What happened to your grandfather’s quilt?” he asked. “I was working on my art project and somehow the paint soaked through the newspaper I covered the bed with,” she mumbled. “Why didn’t you tell me this had happened?” “I was afraid you might be mad at me.” “I understand mistakes happen, but I am disappointed you didn’t tell me,” her dad picked up the quilt and headed for the washroom. “Let’s see if we can get the paint out with a little soap and water.” Kandis and her dad placed the quilt in the washing machine. To their relief, it came out clean. “Next time, could you keep your art projects in the kitchen or the family room?" 2. Which of the following quotes is spoken by Kandis? "Let's see if we can get the paint out with a little soap and water." "How am I going to explain how I messed up Grandpa's quilt?" "I understand mistakes happen, but I am disappointed you didn't tell me." "If I let you put this quilt on your bed, you have to take good care of it."

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