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Ela Grade 5 Sample Questions

Ela Grade 5 Sample Questions

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Grade5ELA1CommonCoreSam leuestions
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New York State Testing Program 
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Common Core Sample Questions
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Grade5ELA2CommonCoreSam leuestions
Heidi
byJohannaSpyriFive-year-oldHeidi,anorphan,hasjustbeentakenbyherAuntDetetostaywithher grandfather,Alm-Uncle,wholivesaloneinahutinthemountainsinSwitzerland.
AssoonasDetehaddisappearedtheoldmanwentbacktohisbench,andthereheremainedseated,staringonthegroundwithoututteringasound,whilethickcurlsofsmokefloatedupwardfromhispipe.Heidi,meanwhile,wasenjoyingherselfinhernewsurroundings;shelookedaboutuntilshefoundashed,builtagainstthehut,wherethegoatswerekept;shepeepedin,andsawitwasempty.Shecontinuedhersearchandpresentlycametothefirtreesbehindthehut.Astrongbreezewasblowingthroughthem,andtherewasarushingandroaringintheirtopmostbranches,Heidistoodstillandlistened.Thesoundgrowingfainter,shewentonagain,tothefarthercornerofthehut,androundtowherehergrandfatherwassitting.Seeingthathewasinexactlythesamepositionaswhenshelefthim,shewentandplacedherselfinfrontoftheoldman,andputtingherhandsbehindherback,stoodandgazedathim.Hergrandfatherlookedup,andasshecontinuedstandingtherewithoutmoving,“Whatisityouwant?”heasked.“Iwanttoseewhatyouhaveinsidethehouse,”saidHeidi.“Comethen!”andthegrandfatherroseandwentbeforehertowardsthehut.“Bringyourbundleofclothesinwithyou,”hebidherasshewasfollowing.“Ishan’twantthemanymore,”washerpromptanswer.Theoldmanturnedandlookedsearchinglyatthechild,whosedarkeyesweresparklingindelightedanticipationofwhatshewasgoingtoseeinside.“Sheiscertainlynotwantinginintelligence,”hemurmuredtohimself.“Andwhyshallyounotwantthemanymore?”heaskedaloud.“BecauseIwanttogoaboutlikethegoatswiththeirthinlightlegs.”“Well,youcandosoifyoulike,”saidhergrandfather,“butbringthethingsin;wemustputtheminthecupboard.”Heidididasshewastold.TheoldmannowopenedthedoorandHeidisteppedinsideafterhim;shefoundherselfinagood-sizedroom,whichcoveredthewholegroundfloorofthehut.Atableandachairweretheonlyfurniture;inonecornerstoodthegrandfather’sbed,inanotherwasthehearthwithalargekettlehangingaboveit;andonthefurthersidewasalargedoorinthewall—thiswasthecupboard.Thegrandfatheropenedit;insidewerehisclothes,somehangingup,others,acoupleofshirts,andsomesocksandhandkerchiefs,lyingonashelf.Onasecondshelfweresomeplates,cups,andglasses,andonahigheronestill,aroundloaf,smokedmeat,andcheese,foreverythingthatAlm-Uncleneededforhisfoodandclothingwaskeptinthiscupboard.Heidi,assoonasitwasopened,ranquicklyforwardandthrustinherbundleofclothes,asfarbackbehindhergrandfather’s1
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Grade5ELA3CommonCoreSam leuestions
hayloft=Aloftforstoringhay
 
thingsaspossible,sothattheymightnoteasilybefoundagain.Shethenlookedcarefullyroundtheroom,andasked,“WhereamItosleep,grandfather?”“Whereveryoulike,”heanswered.Heidiwasdelighted,andbeganatoncetoexamineallthenooksandcornerstofindoutwhereitwouldbepleasantesttosleep.Inthecornernearhergrandfather’sbedshesawashortladderagainstthewall;upsheclimbedandfoundherselfinthehayloft.Therelayalargeheapoffreshsweet-smellinghay,whilethrougharoundwindowinthewallshecouldseerightdownthevalley.www.gutenberg.org
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