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									How to Make an Ice Cream
        Sundae
• 1 Making ice cream sundaes is fun,
  especially on a hot summer day. First you
  have to get all of the ingredients and
  materials. You will need one dish and one
  spoon for each person eating a sundae.
• A wide dish is best because you won’t
  have to pile everything together. Some
  stores even sell dishes that are made
  especially for ice cream sundaes.
• If you don’t have a wide dish or bowl, a tall
  dish or a glass will work well. You will also
  need an ice cream scoop or a large spoon
  to get the ice cream out of the container.
• You need to decide what flavor ice cream
  you want for the sundae. Some people
  think vanilla is the best, because then you
  can use almost any kind of topping.
  Chocolate and strawberry are also tasty
  choices.
• 2 Choosing the toppings is one of the best
  parts. Check with an adult first to see what you
  may already have around the house.
• Some families have chocolate syrup, and you
  can usually find at least one or two things to
  sprinkle on top, like colored sugar candies used
  to decorate cookies and cupcakes.
• Even cookies and candy bars can be chopped
  up and used as toppings. Look around and
  don’t be afraid to try something different.
• 3 If you don’t have many toppings, the
  grocery store will have all types. In fact,
  sometimes there are so many that it is hard
  to choose!
• You will see all types of syrups like
  chocolate fudge, caramel, butterscotch, and
  strawberry.
• Somewhere near the syrups you will usually
  see nuts, cherries, marshmallow fluff, and
  other things to top your sundae.
• But look in other places in the store too. In
  the baking aisle, you’ll find lots of things to
  use on your sundae, like chocolate,
  cinnamon, or butterscotch chips, shredded
  coconut, different kinds of nuts, and all
  kinds of colorful sprinkles.
• Even fruit like crushed pineapple,
  strawberries, apples, or cherries can be
  poured on top of ice cream. Choose what
  you like, but don’t get too many things.
  You don’t want to have too many flavors at
  once. You want to be able to taste the ice
  cream, not just the toppings!
• 4 Now the fun begins! Use the ice cream
  scoop or the large spoon to put ice cream
  into a dish. If you are using a tall dish, put
  in one scoop of ice cream, and cover with
  one of the syrups and one type of
  sprinkles.
• Then put the second scoop of ice cream
  on top of the first. Finish with the second
  syrup and the rest of your toppings. If you
  have a wide dish, put the scoops side by
  side with syrup and sprinkles on top of
  each scoop. You might like to end with
  whipped cream and a cherry. Get your
  spoon and dig in!
• You can try different combinations of syrups
  and toppings to see what you like best. Don’t
  be afraid to use two flavors of ice cream, or two
  different kinds of syrup.
• One idea of a tasty combination is vanilla ice
  cream topped with fudge sauce, peanuts,
  chopped chocolate bars or peanut butter cups,
  whipped cream, and a cherry on top.
• Remember that half the fun of homemade
  ice cream sundaes is experimenting with
  different flavor combinations. And you get
  to eat everything you make!
• Whatever flavors you decide to use, have
  fun, and watch everyone enjoy the best
  sundae in the world.
  6. If you followed the advice in this piece, what
  would you do if you made a sundae that you didn’t
  like?
• A. You would never make another sundae
  again. *

• B. You would make the same sundae next
  time. *

• C. You would experiment with different
  combinations the next time. *

• D. You would only eat plain vanilla ice cream.*
Text evidence:
                     A.
• If you followed the author’s advice, you
  would try a different combination of flavors
  the next time you wanted to make a
  sundae.

• Choice A is incorrect.

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                     B.
• If you didn’t like the sundae, you would not
  make the same one again.

• Choice B is incorrect.

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                     C.
• The last paragraph of the piece explains
  that it’s ok to experiment with different
  combinations of flavors.

• Choice C is correct.

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                     D.
• This piece encourages you to make
  sundaes, not eat plain ice cream. Choice
  D is incorrect.

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7. What is the main idea of “Passage A:
How to Make an Ice Cream Sundae”?
• A. It instructs the reader to put a cherry on
  top of the sundae. *
• B. It tells the reader to use a wide dish
  when making sundaes. *
• C. It informs the reader that two scoops of
  ice cream are best when making a
  sundae. *
• D. It tells the reader how to make an ice
  cream sundae. *
                    Tip:
• The main idea represents what the piece
  is mainly about.

• Supporting details are details, events, and
  facts from the piece that support the main
  idea.
Text evidence:
                      A.
• While the reader is instructed to put a
  cherry on top, this is a detail, not the main
  idea of this piece.

• Choice A is incorrect.

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                     B.
• The reader is told to use a dish when
  making a sundae; this is a detail, not the
  main idea of this piece.

• Choice B. is incorrect.

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                     C.
• The reader is informed that two scoops of
  ice cream should be used when making a
  sundae; this is a detail, not he main idea of
  this piece.

• Choice C in incorrect.

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                     D.
• The entire piece is about how to make an
  ice cream sundae, so this is the main idea.

• Choice D. is correct.

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8. Look at the following graphic organizer.

                    • Dish

                   • Spoon

              • Vanilla Ice Cream

            • ________________

                  • Peanuts
  8. According to the details in paragraphs 4-5,
 which of the following belongs in the empty box?

• A. Fudge sauce *

• B. Caramel sauce *

• C. Butterscotch sauce *

• D. Marshmallow fluff *
Text evidence:
                     A.
• Fudge sauce is the missing ingredient,
  according to the author’s suggestion.

• Choice A. is correct.

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                      B.
• Caramel sauce is one of the ideas for
  toppings given in the piece, but it is not the
  one used to make the sundae in
  paragraphs 4-5.

• Choice B is incorrect.

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                           C.
• Butterscotch syrup is one of the ideas for
  toppings given the piece, but it is not the one
  used to make the sundae in paragraphs 4-5.

• Choice C is incorrect.

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                      D.
• Marshmallow fluff is one of the ideas for
  toppings given in the piece, but it is not the
  one used to make the sundae in
  paragraphs 4-5.

• Choice D. is incorrect.

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9. According to “How to Make an Ice Cream
Sundae,” what should you do if you don’t have a
sundae dish?
• A. Use an ice cream cone. *

• B. Use a glass. *

• C. Use a plate. *

• D. Don’t make a sundae. *
Text evidence:
                     A.
• This article does not mention using an ice
  cream cone.

• Choice A is incorrect.

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                     B.
• This article suggests using a glass in place
  of a sundae dish.

• Choice B is correct.

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                     C.
• There is no mention of this suggestion in
  the piece.

• Choice C is incorrect.

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                     D.
• Since this piece is about making sundaes,
  it does not make sense that someone
  should not make one if he or she does not
  have a sundae dish.

• Choice D is incorrect.

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10. What is the meaning of shredded as
used in paragraph 3?
• A. Cut into pieces *

• B. Poured out *

• C. Fell out *

• D. Scraped away *
Text evidence:
                     A.
• Sheddred means cut or torn into tiny
  pieces.

• Choice A is correct.
                      B.
• This is a definition for the word shed.

• Choice B is incorrect.

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                      C.
• This is a definition for the word shed.

• Choice C is incorrect.

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                     D.
• This is a definition for the word shave.

• Choice D is incorrect.

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