Read Chapters 4-6.

Multiple Choice

1. Mr. Wonka closed his chocolate factory because _.
a) he became sick b) his workers went on strike c) he went bankrupt d) spies were stealing his secret recipes
2. How did Charlie learn about the golden tickets?
a) Charlie saw a news story about it on television. b) Charlie saw a sign about it as he walked by the chocolate factory on his way to school. c) Mr. Bucket read an article to him from a newspaper.
d) Charlie’s teacher at school told the class about the tickets.

3. How many children can go in the Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory?
a) 5 b) 9 c) 10 d) 6

4. Willy Wonka planned to give each holder of the golden tickets .
a) a trip to chocolate factories all over the world
b) a job in his factory
c) his signed autobiography
d) enough chocolate and candies to last a lifetime

5. The first two finders on the golden tickets were .
a) Charlotte Russe and Grandpa George
b) Augustus Gloop and Veruca Salt
c) Professor Foulbody and Josephine
d) Professor Foulbody and August Gloop

6. Which hobby does Augustus Gloop have?
a) football
b) sleeping
c) eating
d) dancing

7. How did Veruca Salt get her golden ticket?
a) Her dad bought millions of candy bars and had his workers open them.
b) She ate millions of candy bars.
c) She went to every candy store in town.
d) Her mom found it.

8. Veruca Salt was rich and _ .
a) spoiled
b) smart
c) mean
d) a bully

9. Which sentence from the book is an exclamatory sentence?
a) "I just knew Augustus would find a Golden Ticket," his mother had told the newspapermen.
b) What a thrill it will be for him to visit Mr. Wonka's marvelous factory!
c) Fully grown women were seen going into sweetshops and buying ten Wonka candy bars at a time, then tearing off the wrappers on the spot and peering eagerly underneath for a glint of golden paper.
d) It is a Wonka candy bar, isn't it?

10. Read the following sentence from Chapter 6.
The lucky person __ a small girl called Veruca Salt who lived with her rich parents in a great city far away.
What is the correct way to fill in the blank space?
a) was b) being c) are d) be

11. Which effect will Willy Wonka's newspaper announcement have?
a) People will travel all over the world looking for Wonka Chocolate bars.
b) Hundreds of golden tickets will be found in many shops in many streets in many towns in many countries in the world.
c) People will search under the wrappers of Wonka candy bars for golden tickets.
d) People will stop buying Wonka candy bars.

12. Read sentences about Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
1. Willy Wonka closed his factory. 2. Spies invaded the Wonka Chocolate Factory. 3. Willy Wonka announced five lucky winners would be allowed to tour his factory. 4. Augustus found a Golden Ticket.
What is the correct order for these sentences?
a) 4, 1, 3, 2
b) 2, 1, 3 ,4
c) 1, 4, 3, 2
d) 1, 4, 2, 3

Comprehension Questions

1. Why did Wonka have to send his workers home?

2. Imagine standing outside the Wonka factory late at night. Through the frosted window, you see the strange, short shadows scampering about. If you could sneak into the factory just then, would you want to?

Writer's Craft: Timing. Just before Mr. Bucket rushes in with the headline that screams "WONKA'S FACTORY TO BE OPENED", what is everyone talking about? Why, oddly enough, the mysteries of Wonka's closed factory! Dahl doesn't give them time to change the subject to Charlie's school problems or stomachaches so they can babble for twenty more pages before Mr. Bucket shows up. That's what would probably happen in real life. This is a story, so right after they talk about the factory, BAM! in crashes Mr. Bucket. Right when Dahl has your attention with the factory mysteries, he surprises you with good news––you're going to see those mysteries after all. That's good timing.

3. Which grandparent doesn't seem to like candy?

4. Which grandparent doesn't seem to think Charlie has any chance of getting a Golden Ticket?

5. What major upcoming event in Charlie's life is mentioned in Chapter 6, and why might a reader be glad it's coming now?