Finding Theme RL.4.2 Practice Question Grade 4 English Language and Arts - Skill Builder + ACT Aspire Rehearsal

Grade 4 English Language and Arts - Skill Builder + ACT Aspire Rehearsal Finding Theme

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Megabucks Matt was born wealthy. He had a very easy life and never had to work. When he was seven, Megabucks Matt wanted to go to a basketball game. His father paid the starting five players of the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics to play a private game at Megabucks Matt's birthday party. When Megabucks Matt turned fifteen, he wanted to start a band. His father hired the members of Green Day to play with him every weekend. By the time he was twenty-three, Megabucks Matt was bored. He had a lot of stuff that he didn’t appreciate and he could not find anything exciting in his life.

Rose Rivers was born poor. Her family loved each other very much, but they didn't have much of anything. Rose Rivers was very appreciative of everything she had. When she was seven, she went with her father and walked around the Staples Center before the Los Angeles Lakers played the Boston Celtics. The atmosphere of the fans on the street excited her. She hoped that someday she would be able to watch a real game. When she was fifteen, she wanted to learn to play the drums, but since her family didn't have any money, she learned on water buckets. She was a very gifted musician. By the time she was twenty-three, Rose was a successful politician. She loved what she had and everything she had learned in her life.

What would be an appropriate theme for the above passage?