Test: Common Core: Kindergarten English Language Arts

Grow Flower, Grow by Marie Smith

A flower starts out as a very small seed. 

The seed gets planted in the dirt. 

The seed needs lots of water to help it grow. 


Soon, a green stem and green leaves will poke out of the dirt. 

Then, a flower will start to bloom. 

Water and sunlight are a flower's food.

So, water and sunlight will help keep a flower alive. 


According to the text, why does sunlight and water keep the flower alive? 

Because water and sunlight are good

Because water and sunlight are a plant's food

Because water and sunlight help the dirt

Because water and sunlight make the plant happy

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