How did Rosie feel at the end of the roller coaster ride?
She felt scared and wanted to go home.
She felt hungry and wanted something to eat.
She felt like she never wanted to ride a roller coaster again.
She didn’t feel scared anymore and wanted to go on another ride.
What is the setting of this story?
6. What does the word “gripped” mean in the following passage:
“She gripped the safety bar.”
She held on tightly to the bar.
She let go of the bar.
She raised the bar up.
She held on to the bar loosely.
Which answer best retells the story.
Rosie and her dad were at the fun park. Rosie changed her mind about riding the roller coaster. She tried to talk but no words came out. After the ride was over, her stomach turned over and she screamed.
Rosie and her dad went on a roller coaster. Rosie’s legs were shaking before she got on the ride. Everything looked small from the top of the hill. Rosie and her dad screamed. They both enjoyed the roller coaster ride.
Rosie and her dad were at the fun park. They were standing in line waiting to ride the roller coaster. Rosie felt scared and her dad felt excited. When the ride ended, Rosie was ready to ride another roller coaster but her dad said, “Never again!”.
Rosie held on tight to her ticket to ride the roller coaster. She smelled hotdogs and popcorn. Rosie screamed on the roller coaster ride but her dad screamed louder. She opened her eyes on the second hill but her dad kept his eyes closed.