Level K Reading Assessment - The Bronx Zoo Cares

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The Bronx Zoo Cares

The Bronx Zoo is enormous. It has 650 different kinds of animals. It has a total of 4,000 animals.

On a tour, you can see the animal homes. They are  like the places where the animals live in the wild. For example, the gorillas in the zoo live in a forest  with streams and trees.

Tigers have special homes, too. Tigers like warm rocks and cool water, and they have these at the zoo. The zoo controls the temperatures.

The homes are all hard to build and cost money. They show that the Bronx Zoo cares about its animals.

Which detail best supports the idea that the Bronx Zoo cares about its animals?

  • The zoo is large enough to hold 650 different kinds of animals and a total of 4,000 animals.
  • The zoo makes sure the homes of the animals are like their homes in the wild.
  • On a tour of the zoo, you can see the homes of the animals.
  • In their homes in the wild, tigers like to have warm rocks and cool water.

Read these sentences from the passage: The Bronx Zoo is enormous. It has 650 different kinds of animals. Which words help readers understand what enormous means?

  • 650 different
  • Bronx Zoo
  • kinds of animals
  • different kinds

Where do the gorillas in the zoo live?

  • in a cage
  • in a cave
  • in a forest
  • in a building

What is the same about the homes of the gorillas and the homes of the tigers?

  • They are cold.
  • They cost little money to build.
  • They are hard to build.
  • They are hard to find.

What was the author’s purpose for writing this passage?

  • to persuade you to build a zoo
  • to entertain you with stories of zoo animals
  • to give you information about a zoo
  • to teach you how animals build their homes