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Sir Cumference and the Isle of Immeter: entire book - Quiz
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 Select No one ever went to the Isle of Immeter any more because it was rumored there was a sea serpent guarding it. Describe the sea serpent and what would happen if anyone ever tried to get to the island. Per found small writing in the game box when she was putting it away. Hypothesize what the clue, The secret of Immeter is the name of the game. Open where inside and edges are the same means. Radius told Per that multiplying the number of tiles on the top by the number of tiles on the side will tell how many inners there are in a rectangle. Explain why this is true. There were several riddles in the story. Choose one and describe how the children solved it. The sea serpent seemed to calm down as soon as Per and Radius solved the last clue and rang the bell. Explain why the sea serpent seemed to attack everyone who approached the Isle of Immeter and finally stopped with Per and Radius. Enter your own writing prompt: Enter your own writing prompt: Enter your own writing prompt: Enter your own writing prompt: