Hi Everyone!! This article will share Bedtime Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by Eleanor Farjeon. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions & answers of Little Red Hen and The Star so, you can check these posts as well.
Bedtime Questions & Answers
- Castle – a large strong building, built in the past by a king/ruler for protection during wars and battles
- Bead-chain – Beads are small pieces of coloured glass, wood, or plastic with a hole through the middle. Beads are often put together on a piece of string or wire to make jewellery.
- It’s a pity – a phrase meaning it’s sad
Question 1: Choose the correct option:
1. Let me stay _______ minutes more!
2. What is the child building in the first stanza?
(a) A castle
(b) A house
(c) A boat
3. What is the child reading in the second stanza?
(a) A poem
(b) A story
(c) A riddle
4. What is the child making in the second stanza?
(a) A bangle
(b) A bead chain
(c) A paper boat
Question 2: Fill in the blanks:
1. The child is building a castle on the floor.
2. The child wants to finish the game.
3. At the end of the poem, the child wants to stay one minute more.
Question 3: Write True or False for the following statements:
1. The child wants to stay ten minutes – False
2. The child is building a castle on the floor – True
3. The child is playing in a park – False
4. The child is reading the newspaper – False
5. The child has almost finished making a bead-chain – True
Question 4: Name three things the child wants to do before bedtime.
Answer: The three things that the child wants to do before bedtime are:
- Building castle.
- Finishing reading the story in the book.
- Finishing the game.
Question 5: Where is the child building the castle?
Answer: The child is building the castle on the floor.
Question 6: What does the child want to do after she has finished reading the book?
Answer: The child wants to finish the bead-chain after she has finished reading the book.
Question 7: What makes the child sad about an unfinished game?
Answer: Finding out whether you’ve lost or won, makes the child sad about an unfinished game.
So, these were the Questions & Answers.