Valentine Accelerated Reader Questions Build Comprehension

Build Comprehension
Valentine Accelerated Reader Questions

Problem solving helps children build comprehension skills. Goopy Ghost books and these Valentine Accelerated Reader Questions offer content with a blend of fantasy and reality to encourage young readers to develop and display reading excellence. Children enjoy proving their ability to skillfully work their way to all of the right answers. Along the way, they are sure to master important language goals. Fun accelerated reading tests turn mythical acts of friendship into educational games of reading and learning. Goopy Ghost sets a positive tone to encourage participation and appeal to readers with different learning styles.


Valentine Accelerated Reader Questions, together with the The Goopy Ghost at Valentine's Day book, provide the practice that leads children to reading excellence. The holiday of friendship and love is a perfect occasion to develop early reading and build comprehension skills in children. Goopy makes everyday living and learning much sweeter with his books and brief accelerated reader comprehension tests. With the engaging split between online and print activities, learning takes on the spirit of fun reading games. To challenge children to beat their own record, there is a scoring and answer key at the end of each quiz.

The Goopy Ghost at Valentine's Day

“The Goopy Ghost at Valentine's Day” book, proves ghouls rule and no holiday is complete without a wee and gooey ghost to liven things up with new friends. Cupid helps the Goopy Ghost track down a kindred spirit with a good soul. As they build comprehension skills with the book and these Valentine Accelerated Reader Questions, children also will gain fun ideas about making friends. Adults can reward reading excellence and make reading more hands-on by leaving selection of the next Goopy Ghost title to the inspired children in their lives.


“The Goopy Ghost at Valentine's Day” and Goopy's Valentine Accelerated Reader Questions offer a constructive, yet spirited way to explore the meaning of Valentine's Day. As with learning, making friends can take some doing, but both efforts are worthwhile. After the Goopy Ghost steps into children's festivities for Valentine's Day, there is a world of new ideas to help children think creatively. Adults can subtly monitor progress as this ghostly friend helps children build comprehension skills. The questions and answers are so much fun, adults will want to read the book and be in the know, too.

1. Goopy was lonely, because:

The party had ended.
No friends or family were around.
The cantaloupe was ruined.
Everyone was sleeping.
The horse ran away.

2. Cupid showed Goopy that:

A party is fine without friends.
Mars does not get angry.
Friends are not easy to make.
Fruits and vegetables are good party foods.
Horses make good friends.

3. Mushy caused problems by:

Riding away on the horse.
Popping out of a cantaloupe.
Knowing too much about having fun.
Twisting and twirling.
Eating too much candy.

4. At the end of the party:

Cupid stayed and stayed.
Mushy left in a hurry.
Goopy left in a hurry.
Goopy wanted to ride the horse.
Goopy wanted more friends.

5. Goopy proves that:

Anyone can ride a horse.
Pumpkins can be found all year.
Friends come from cantaloupes.
Friends and family matter the most.
Ghosts do not need friends.

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