Hi Everyone!! This article will share Christmas Morning Questions & Answers.
In my previous posts, I have shared the questions & answers of Black Beauty and The Big Friendly Ghost so, you can check these posts as well.
Christmas Morning Questions & Answers
Question 1: Where were the girls? What time of the day was it?
Answer: The girls were in the home. It was early morning.
Question 2: Why was the basket hidden under sofa?
Answer: The basket containing the Christmas presents was hidden under the sofa because they were meant to be a surprise for the girls’ mother.
Question 3: Which words mean spoke all together?
Answer: ‘said in chorus’ mean spoke all together.
Question 4: Who all were part of the procession?
Answer: Meg, Jo, Beth. Amy, their mother Mrs March and Hannah were part of the procession.
Question 5: Why did Mrs Hummel call the girls good angels? Why did Jo said that they were funny angels?
Answer: Mrs Hummel called the girls ‘good angels’ because they had come to help her and her children.
Jo said they were ‘funny angels’ because angels are not usually depicted wearing hoods and mittens.
Question 6: In your own words, explain what Meg means by saying that’s loving our neighbour better than ourselves.
Answer: It is common practice to think about one’s own welfare before thinking about anyone else’s. Meg’s comment means that by giving the hungry children their breakfast, the girls had put their neighbours’ needs ahead of their own.
Question 7: List:
(a) the five gifts Mrs. March received
Answer: Slippers, handkerchief, cologne, a rose and gloves
(b) The name of the four sisters
Answer: Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy
(c) The three items from the Christmas breakfast that the girls took to the Hummel home
Answer: Muffins, Buckwheats and bread
(d) The two words that describe how Mrs. March felt when she received her gifts.
Answer: Surprised and touched
(e) One word that describes how the March family felt after giving away their Christmas breakfast
Christmas Morning Questions & Answers
Question 8: Read the lines and answer the questions:
She remembered her mother’s promise and, sleeping her hand under her pillow, drew out a little crimson covered book.
(a) Who remembered her mother’s promise?
Answer: Jo remembered her mother’s promise.
(b) When did she remember this promise?
Answer: She remembered the promise when she woke up in the morning.
(c) What did she do next?
Answer: She woke up Meg by wishing her ‘Merry Christmas’ and asked her to see what was under her (Meg’s) pillow.
Question 9: Read the lines and answer the questions:
‘Where is Mother?’ asked Meg, as she and Jo ran down to the kitchen to thank their mother for their gifts, half an hour later.
(a) Who was in the kitchen when Meg and Jo ran down?
Answer: Hannah, the housekeeper was in the kitchen when Meg and Jo ran down.
(b) Where was their mother?
Answer: Their mother had gone to help someone who had come asking for help.
(c) What request did their mother make when she returned?
Answer: Their mother requested them to give their breakfast to Mrs. Hummel’s family as a Christmas present when she returned.
Question 10: How did the March family make the Hummel home happy and cheerful?
Answer: The March family took breakfast for the hungry children of Mrs Hummel. They took wood with them and made a fire. They carried old newspapers to cover the broken windowpanes. Their mother (Mrs. March) made tea and gruel for Mrs. Hummel. In this way, the March family made the Hummel home happy and cheerful.
Question 11: What kind of person is Mrs. March?
Answer: Mrs. March is a kind, helpful, compassionate woman who went out of her way to help others in need.
Question 12: Do you think the March sisters are selfish or generous? Give reasons for your answer.
Answer: The March sisters are generous because they happily gave up their favourite breakfast for Mrs Hummel’s hungry children. Moreover, they decided to use their pocket money to buy a present each for their mother, instead of buying presents for each other.
Question 13: The main idea, message or moral of a story is its theme. What do you think is the theme of the story?
Answer: The theme of the story is the spirit of generosity and compassion for people.
Question 14: What are some ways in which you can celebrate a festival in a way that benefits others and makes you happy too?
Answer: We can celebrate the festivals by spreading love and brotherhood towards others.
So, these were Christmas Morning Questions & Answers.