Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing: Summary & Characters


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In Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, why is Peter always upset at his brother Fudge?

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1. In Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, what does Peter win at Jimmy's birthday party?

2. In Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, what does Fudge act like when he does not want to eat dinner?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing follows the exploits of Peter Hatcher and his family. Questions in this quiz will focus on Peter and his brother, Fudge.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet will measure your understanding of the following:

  • Peter's relationship with Fudge
  • The events at Jimmy's birthday party
  • What Fudge acts like when he doesn't want dinner
  • The incident with the turtle
  • The trip to the movie theater

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - verify that you have retained essential facts from the lesson about Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
  • Critical thinking - use material from the lesson to analyze Peter's feelings towards his brother
  • Information recall - remember the specifics of Peter's various adventures with his family

Additional Learning

The accompanying lesson entitled Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing: Summary & Characters analyzes this book in greater detail. Lesson objectives include the following:

  • Analyze the characters of Mr. and Mrs. Hatcher
  • Explore Fudge's admiration for his brother
  • Discuss Peter's anger at losing Dribbles