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Finding key points
In this reading worksheet, your child will read a short informational passage and then underline key points and answer questions about the language and content of the passage.
How many metaphors can you find in this poem? In this language arts worksheet, your child learns to spot metaphors, determine their meaning from context, write them as similes, and decide which metaphors are most effective and why. Bonus: your child gets practice writing poetry using metaphors.
New words: make a conservation dictionary
Make your own dictionary of words about conservation! In this language arts worksheet, your child will look up words related to pollution prevention and write each word's definition. Bonus: your child gets practice alphabetizing words!
Poems: The Rabbit
In this language arts worksheet, your child will read the poem aloud and then answer questions about the poem's meaning and language.
Putting sentences in order
Can you fix this paragraph? It's all out of order! In this language arts worksheet, your child will put the sentences into logical order and then rewrite the paragraph using compound and complex sentences.
Reading comprehension: David Copperfield
Here's an excerpt from David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. In this reading worksheet, your child will read a description of young David's life and answer questions about the story, point of view, character's feelings, and use of language.
Reading comprehension: Hard Times
Here's an excerpt from Hard Times by Charles Dickens. In this reading worksheet, your child will read a description of Coketown and answer questions about Dickens' use of language.
Reading comprehension: letter of complaint
What does this writer want? In this language arts worksheet, your child reads a letter to the city council and then answers questions about the writer's intent, language, and reasons.
Reading comprehension: The Mango Tree
In this language arts worksheet, your child will read three parts of a traditional story from India and answer questions about the characters' feelings using complete sentences.
Reading comprehension: thunder and lightning
Here is a scientific description of thunder and lightning. In this language arts worksheet, your child will read an informational passage and then answer questions about what happened and practice replacing descriptive words.
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Reading Comprehension Worksheets for Grade 4
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Our free printable reading comprehension worksheets for grade 4, accompanied by a broad spectrum of comprehension-testing questions, are worth bringing into your learning orbit. We have stories that both inspire learning aspirations and take your imagination out on a promising tour and informational texts that keep kids informed on a variety of topics. Find themes of stories, narrative points of view, and multiple-meaning words. Differentiate facts from opinions. Practice matching and sorting. Learn first-hand how our resources are superior!
These pdf reading worksheets are great supplemental material for 4th grade children.
CCSS: RI.4.1, RI.4.3
A Good Bad Day
The aha moment comes when Mr. Henderson tells Ivan his book report was well-written. Ivan is further excited when he knows there are more books up for grabs. Identify the narrative point of view, write what the noun "read" means, and more.
A Visit to the Fire Station
The fire-station visit proves to be an informative affair. Majestic and awe-inspiring, the firefighters impress with their narration, too. In this 4th grade reading comprehension worksheet, answer a question about the subordinating conjunction and more.
The strongest of the big cats, leopards are often mixed up with cheetahs. From India to China to Africa, they are found in many parts of the world. Not quite content with these titbits about leopards? Explore leopards full-on in this grade 4 reading passage.
Ooey Gooey Fun
With feast-for-the-eyes sights and music-to-the-ears sounds, the camping was awesome. The real pick was eating s'mores sitting around the campfire. In this 4th grade reading comprehension pdf, sort words as sight, sound, and taste, and more.
The Spider’s Web
How much brushing and picking did you do to free yourself from a spider's web the last time you walked into one? The Spider's Web pdf takes a look at what a spider's web is and how it's made. Practice finding the main idea in a paragraph and more.
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4th grade students are curious and full of wonderment. It's best if you put their energies to work reading appropriate leveled texts and practicing reading skills. And what better way to do that than with the activities on this page? This page has all of my reading worksheets written at the 4th grade level. I used this open source tool to determine the readability scores of my worksheets, but you should read and approve each of them yourself for quality and appropriateness before giving them to children. I encourage you to allow worksheets written for the next two grade levels as well. Reading scores vary wildly based on which algorithm one uses. The readability scores on this page are an average of those score. Still, it's sensible to open up the gates a bit to allow for a richer variety of appropriately leveled content. Click the button underneath this text to do so.
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Metal Detectors | Nonfiction Reading Test - This activity features a reading passage about metal detectors. Then they answer Common Core aligned multiple-choice and long-response questions. This is great practice for standardized tests. View my readibility scores . Metal Detectors | Nonfiction Reading Test | RTF Metal Detectors | Nonfiction Reading Test | PDF Metal Detectors | Nonfiction Reading Test | Preview Metal Detectors | Nonfiction Reading Test | Answers Metal Detectors | Nonfiction Reading Test | Ereading Worksheet
Seat Belts | Nonfiction Reading Test - This worksheet might save someone's life. It is a persuasive text about why people should wear seat belts. It has multiple-choice and long-response questions to promote authentic learning. View my readibility scores . Seat Belts | Nonfiction Reading Test | RTF Seat Belts | Nonfiction Reading Test | PDF Seat Belts | Nonfiction Reading Test | Preview Seat Belts | Nonfiction Reading Test | Answers Seat Belts | Nonfiction Reading Test | Ereading Worksheet
Black Friday | Nonfiction Reading Test - Black Friday has become an increasingly important phenomenon in the world of consumers. Students can learn about this interesting ritual while practicing their reading skill with multiple-choice and extended-response questions. View my readibility scores . Black Friday | Nonfiction Reading Test | RTF Black Friday | Nonfiction Reading Test | PDF Black Friday | Nonfiction Reading Test | Preview Black Friday | Nonfiction Reading Test | Answers Black Friday | Nonfiction Reading Test | Ereading Worksheet
Hummingbirds | Nonfiction Reading Test - There sure are some strange birds out there. Hummingbirds are included in that group. Learn more about these unique pollinators in reading passage. Students answer Common Core aligned multiple-choice and extended-response questions after the passage. View my readibility scores . Hummingbirds | Nonfiction Reading Test | RTF Hummingbirds | Nonfiction Reading Test | PDF Hummingbirds | Nonfiction Reading Test | Preview Hummingbirds | Nonfiction Reading Test | Answers Hummingbirds | Nonfiction Reading Test | Ereading Worksheet
Fact and Opinion Worksheet 4 - This worksheet has 25 statements about pizza. Students determine whether each statement is a fact or opinion. Then they explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Fact and Opinion Worksheet 4 | RTF Fact and Opinion Worksheet 4 | PDF Fact and Opinion Worksheet 4 | Preview Fact and Opinion Worksheet 4 | Answers
Fact and Opinion Worksheet 5 - This worksheet has 25 statements about cars. Students determine whether each is fact or opinion and then explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Fact and Opinion Worksheet 5 | RTF Fact and Opinion Worksheet 5 | PDF Fact and Opinion Worksheet 5 | Preview Fact and Opinion Worksheet 5 | Answers
Figurative Language Worksheet 7 - This worksheet has 10 more examples of simile, metaphor, hyperbole, and personification. Students read each example, determine the technique, and explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Figurative Language Worksheet 7 | RTF Figurative Language Worksheet 7 | PDF Figurative Language Worksheet 7 | Preview Figurative Language Worksheet 7 | Answers Figurative Language Worksheet 7 | Ereading Worksheet
Poetic Devices Worksheet 5 - This worksheet has 10 snippets of poetry, each rich in poetic devices. Students read each example and determine which techniques are being used: alliteration, consonance, onomatopoeia, repetition, rhyme, and /or rhythm. Then they refer to the text to explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Poetic Devices Worksheet 5 | RTF Poetic Devices Worksheet 5 | PDF Poetic Devices Worksheet 5 | Preview Poetic Devices Worksheet 5 | Answers
Poetic Devices and Figurative Language Worksheet - This worksheet reinforces students' knowledge of alliteration, rhyme, onomatopoeia, idiom, simile, metaphor, hyperbole, and personification. Students read 26 poetry snippets and identify the techniques used in each example. Then they refer to the text to explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Poetic Devices and Figurative Language Worksheet | RTF Poetic Devices and Figurative Language Worksheet | PDF Poetic Devices and Figurative Language Worksheet | Preview Poetic Devices and Figurative Language Worksheet | Answers
Inferences Worksheet 2 - This worksheet will give students some much needed practice with making inferences. How do I know that this practice is "much needed"? Because all students need more practice with making inferences. View my readibility scores . Inferences Worksheet 2 | RTF Inferences Worksheet 2 | PDF Inferences Worksheet 2 | Preview Inferences Worksheet 2 | Answers Inferences Worksheet 2 | Ereading Worksheet
Inferences Worksheet 4 - This worksheet has 4 more curious scenarios. Students read the passages and answer questions by making inferences from the text. Then they explain their answers by referring to the text. View my readibility scores . Inferences Worksheet 4 | RTF Inferences Worksheet 4 | PDF Inferences Worksheet 4 | Preview Inferences Worksheet 4 | Answers
Inferences Worksheet 5 - This worksheet features four reading passages, each followed by a series of inferential questions. Students read the passages and practice their inferencing skills by answering the questions. Then they support their answers with text. View my readibility scores . Inferences Worksheet 5 | RTF Inferences Worksheet 5 | PDF Inferences Worksheet 5 | Preview Inferences Worksheet 5 | Answers
Inferences Worksheet 8 - Wow, another double-sided inferences worksheet. This one has four more interesting scenarios and ten inferential questions. This worksheet also asks students to support their answers with textual evidence. View my readibility scores . Inferences Worksheet 8 | RTF Inferences Worksheet 8 | PDF Inferences Worksheet 8 | Preview Inferences Worksheet 8 | Answers
Infer the Setting Worksheet 2 - In this worksheet students read five very short passages and find clues that reveal the setting of each. They then describe the setting of each passage and support their answers with text. View my readibility scores . Infer the Setting Worksheet 2 | RTF Infer the Setting Worksheet 2 | PDF Infer the Setting Worksheet 2 | Preview Infer the Setting Worksheet 2 | Answers
Making Predictions 4 - Here is another predictions worksheet. This will help students practice making predictions based on text. View my readibility scores . Making Predictions 4 | RTF Making Predictions 4 | PDF Making Predictions 4 | Preview Making Predictions 4 | Answers
Point of View Worksheet | Works of Roald Dahl - Roald Dahl is a favorite writer among budding readers and their teachers for good reason. This worksheet has 9 paragraphs taken from his collection. Students identify the narrator's perspective in each paragraph and then explain their answers. This worksheet only asks students to distinguish between first, second, and third-person, but it could be easily modified to allow for objective, limited, and omniscient narrative modes as well. View my readibility scores . Point of View Worksheet | Works of Roald Dahl | RTF Point of View Worksheet | Works of Roald Dahl | PDF Point of View Worksheet | Works of Roald Dahl | Preview
Point of View Worksheet 9 - Students read 7 paragraphs written from either first, second, or third-person perspective. Students determine the narrator's perspective and explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Point of View Worksheet 9 | RTF Point of View Worksheet 9 | PDF Point of View Worksheet 9 | Preview Point of View Worksheet 9 | Answers
Point of View Worksheet 10 - This worksheet features another 8 paragraphs written from a variety of perspectives. Students determine whether each story is told from first, second, or third-person perspective. Then they explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Point of View Worksheet 10 | RTF Point of View Worksheet 10 | PDF Point of View Worksheet 10 | Preview Point of View Worksheet 10 | Answers
Point of View Test 1 - Students determine the narrator's perspective in 10 different texts and answer multiple-choice questions. Then they match terms to definitions. View my readibility scores . Point of View Test 1 | RTF Point of View Test 1 | PDF Point of View Test 1 | Preview Point of View Test 1 | Answers
Point of View Test 2 - Students read ten passages narrated from a variety of perspectives. They determine whether each is told from first, second, third-person objective, third-person limited, or third-person omniscient perspective. Then they match point of view terms to the matching definitions. View my readibility scores . Point of View Test 2 | RTF Point of View Test 2 | PDF Point of View Test 2 | Preview Point of View Test 2 | Answers
Story Structure Worksheet | "The Phone Call" - A young man overcomes the negative emotions brought about by a negligent parent. Students analyze and identify the structure of the story. View my readibility scores . Story Structure Worksheet | "The Phone Call" | RTF Story Structure Worksheet | "The Phone Call" | PDF Story Structure Worksheet | "The Phone Call" | Preview Story Structure Worksheet | "The Phone Call" | Answers
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In the 4th grade we look for students to start to become a little more independent with their reading and attach a value of importance on reading. This is also the first grade level where reading level become self-evident to students. These worksheets contain reading assignments and sets of questions for your fourth grade students. In this section we have a huge series of reading comprehension worksheets specifically designed for fourth grade students. We refer to the goal for this grade level as the CONFIDENCE Stage. We want young readers to start believing in themselves, to the point, where the start don't feel any fear of going off on their own reading away. This is usually the reading testing grade level for most students. Students are ready to read and comprehend a little more. They are just about ready for completely independent reading. You should really try to work with these sheets as much as possible.
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Printable reading comprehension worksheets 4th grade, click the buttons to print each worksheet and answer key., a visit with sue reading passage.
The bus made its way through the crowded streets of Chicago and soon the class could see the water of Lake Michigan. The teacher reminded everyone that Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes.
A Visit with Sue Multiple Choice Questions
This is a series of question that goes with the previous reading passage. An example question would be: Sue was discovered in what state?
A Visit with Sue Activities
This is a series tasks that you will need a computer to complete. It is all related to the previous reading passage. Use the Internet to find a picture of Sue the dinosaur skeleton at the Field Museum in Chicago.
Juggler in Training Reading Passage
One night at supper Jennifer announced, "I want to learn how to juggle. I brought home a book from the library that shows me how to start juggling."
Juggler in Training Multiple Choice Questions
In the first juggling lesson how many balls did Jennifer put on her head at one time?
Juggler in Training Activities
Some of these tasks will require that you physically perform them. You will also need to look inside yourself and answer questions such as: Have you ever quit an activity because you thought you weren’t good at it? Did you try again later and succeed?
Tuttle the Turtle Reading Passage
Tuttle was snug inside his leathery egg. It was completely dark but he didn't care because he was warm and safe in a nest in the sand. His mother had left Tuttle and his brothers and sisters hidden inside the nest.
Tuttle the Turtle Multiple Choice Questions
Answer questions that go with the previous series of worksheets. When the safest time for baby turtles to hatch?
Tuttle the Turtle Activities
A green sea turtle can stay submerged under the water for up to five hours. If a green sea turtle gets air at 11 a.m. at what is the latest time will it need to get air again?
Seconds Count Reading Passage
Friday night Christy started to get her outfit ready for the next day's event. She pressed her long-sleeve Western shirt and jeans. She checked the snaps on the sleeves of her shirt.
Seconds Count Multiple Choice Questions
Answer a selection of questions that relates to the previous reading passage. What kind of competition were Christy and Trixie in?
Seconds Count Activities
These activities relate to the previous reading passage. Last year's champion enters the arena at a gallop. What are the different gaits of a horse?
The Aquarium Reading Passage
The bell rang and science class was over for the day. A couple of the kids stopped and asked Mr. Ramone if the class could take a field trip to the aquarium at the end of the school year.
The Aquarium Multiple Choice Questions
This and the next worksheet go right along with the previous reading worksheet passage. An example of a solid question in this section is: What was special about the shark tank? Who else in the classroom had visited the aquarium?
The Aquarium Matching Sheet
We provide you with pictures of a series of sea creatures. Using what you have read, name each of them.
Fraidy Cat Grandma Reading Passage
Cousins Eddie and Emily couldn't believe their ears. Grandma Jordan was never afraid of anything. Why, they had heard her stories of driving her old hot rod Dodge Charger, bright metallic blue with a white top, way back when.
Fraidy Cat Grandma Multiple Choice Questions
These questions apply to the previous reading worksheet. Where will Grandma Jordan take Eddie and Emily after they have their shots?
Fraidy Cat Grandma Activities
Answer a series of questions and complete tasks that are related to what you have read. Why do kids need to have immunization shots in order to attend school?
Teaching in 1776 Reading Passage
Seventeen year-old Becky Robinson was nervous about her job interview. She had never been more than five miles from her home and here she was in the small village of Brookline, Massachusetts, twenty-four miles from her home.
Teaching in 1776 Multiple Choice Questions
As you can tell from the reading passage, teaching has changed a good bit since that time. What skill was important to the committee that hired the new teacher?
Teaching in 1776 Activities
Locate pictures of old documents like the Declaration of Independence. Compare the handwriting on these documents with the handwriting of today.
Norman Rockwell - American Illustrator Reading Passage
This is quick biography of the legendary illustrator. Norman let his imagination flow with the stories. He could see the characters of the novels in his mind as he was engrossed in the stories.
Norman Rockwell Multiple Choice Questions
You will answer a series of questions based on the reading passage. At school the kids used what name did the kids call Norman Rockwell?
Norman Rockwell Activities
This is a sheet that you can complete as an entire class. Have a class discussion about why you shouldn't call other kids names or tease them. Talk about how Norman Rockwell felt when other kids did not treat him well because of how he looked or what he wore.
Ruby Bridges - A Girl Who Changed America
In 1960 segregation was practiced, especially in the southern states. One part of segregation was that white children attended school together and black children attended their own schools.
Ruby Bridges Multiple Choice Questions
This is a series of questions that goes with the previous reading worksheet. Who helped Ruby every day in and out of school?
Ruby Bridges Activities
A series of questions that goes with your previous reading passage. Why did the angry mob protest that Ruby was going to the school she was attending?
Fiddling Forever Reading Passage
There was no question about it, Sven was the best fiddler in the county and everyone loved to hear him play. He lived alone in the deep Minnesota woods and occasionally came to town.
Fiddling Forever Multiple Choice Questions
We ask you a series of questions that goes with the previous reading passage. An example would be: Where does this story take place?
Fiddling Forever Activities
This story is a version of an American folk tale. Explain what a folk tale is. If you don't know, look up the answer.
Cupid and Psyche Reading Practice
This passage is an exercept from a classic work of Holbrooke. It is a single passage and a selection of questions. Such as: what can make love depart if it possesses the soul?
The Land of Counterpane Reading
What do you think the word counterpane means? This quick reading worksheet will keep your students pretty busy and then have them answer 3 questions and a bonus.
The Story of Narcissus
Read the passage and then answer questions such as: Why did the gods turn Narcissus into a flower?
Minerva and Arachne Reading
This reading selection comes from "Round the World in Myth and Song" by Florence Holbrooke. We dive in and there is a series of questions that follow below.
Minerva and Arachne Questions
The questions and reading section you will find here flows with previous reading passage. Where do Leda and the Swan appear in this story?
A Considerable Speck
A reading passage from a Frost poem.
Frost Questions Sheet
Consider the final lines of the poem. There are two "displays of mind" in this poem. What are they? What does message does the poet convey - explicitly and implicitly - in the final lines of the poem?
Reading Comprehension Questions: Shiloh
Did Marty do the right thing when he made the deal with Judd? Why or why not?
Fiction Comprehension Journal
A template for journaling a work of fiction.
The Magnetic Compass Reading
A passage that covers a wide range of history. What did the Vikings invent, and how did it give them an advantage over other civilizations?
Day and Night
Why are day and night not equally divided into 12 hours each?
How The Rise of Cities Changed the World
Before the growth of what we call "civilization," people lived in small villages, and fed themselves by hunting and gathering. this reading passage explores this time in history.
Rise of Cities Changed the World Questions
We answer a series of problems. What are two ways that the rise of civilization changed human societies?
Saved By A Dolphin Reading
This reading passage explores a well known piece from Baldwin.
Saved By A Dolphin Part 2
This is a long reading passage this the work continued.
Saved By A Dolphin Questions
These questions are based on the first two pages of reading. What does Arion ask the captain and the sailors to do?
A Clever Slave Reading
A story of the rich man Xanthus that is thought to be an inspirational story.
A Clever Slave Questions Worksheet
Why does Aesop choose the largest bundle? Why does this turn out to be the wise choice?
Seat Belts, Save Lives Reading
This reading passage just makes sense to explore in the 4th grade. What is the leading cause of death for people aged 11 to 27?
Baby Humpback Whales "Talk" to Mom Reading
This is an interesting reading passage that explores some recent science. Researchers in Denmark recently tracked two humpback whale mothers and eight baby calves to figure out how the babies signal hunger.
Baby Humpback Whales "Talk" to Mom Comprehension Questions
Questions that go with the previous worksheet. Example: Why is the journey back with their mothers dangerous for the calves?
A fable is a short story that teaches a lesson. Read each fable. What lesson is it teaching? Write your answer on the line.
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Includes: The Mouse and the Bull, The Fox and the Grapes.
How to Improve a 4th Grader's Level of Reading Comprehension
The 4th grade is a good time for kids to learn slightly complex concepts. By this time, they have developed a sense of the schooling system. They also have essential alphabetical knowledge. As a teacher, it is vital to work on the reading comprehension part of the 4th graders. There are many ways to improve students' comprehension in the 4th grade. While some instructors use traditional methods of improving students' reading skills, others use fun activities to achieve the goal.
The strong readers seem to breeze through most of school while the struggling readers seem to be stuck in mud with their learning. This is why we encourage all 4th grade teachers to model a consistent self-reading program with students. What we mean by this is to share with your class what you are reading as an adult. At this level students as quietly searching for a role model and what better role model than their teacher. What I do is every Monday I set aside five minutes to explain to students what I read over the weekend. I ask students to make predictions on where the stories I am reading are going and we review their predictions the following Monday. Which ever student guesses correctly, I give them a sugar-free lollipop. This is pretty effective for getting students engaged.
Reading Comprehension Activities for 4th Graders
Dice Rolling Games One of the most exciting reading comprehension activities for 4th graders is dice rolling games. You will need a set of a few dice to conduct this activity. By assigning different questions about a specific topic to each number on the dice, you can ask your students to roll it turn by turn.
As soon as the dice rolls up a number, the student will have to read and answer the question associated with that number. This game will engage them to play and improve their comprehension.
Build Things to Explain
4th graders love to be experimental. You can use their ability to improve their reading and understanding. As a teacher, you can ask each of your students to build structures of their choice using building blocks, paper cups, paper clips, or color markers. Once done, you can ask them to explain to everyone about their structure.
If you want the kids to learn about a specific topic, you may assign them relevant structures to build and present to the class. By engaging in the activity, the 4th graders can learn to comprehend different concepts using their ideas.
Color-coding can help students differentiate between different terms and their uses in a passage. By highlighting words and phrases with unique colors, you can help your students to familiarize the meanings and types of words used in a course. This activity is an excellent fit for teaching the use of language.
You can assign colors to different meanings (positive or negative). For example, by highlighting a word with red color, you may help your students identify it as an item's negative feature.
Cheeseburger reports are effective for independent learning and organizational comprehension. Students can arrange relevant information into designated spaces by drawing them in a cheeseburger format in this activity. You may identify mandatory and optional parts to add to the report as preferred.
For example, 4th graders can place the story's title in the top bun, the characters of the story in the layer below it, followed by the additional details (chronologically) placed in the chees slice and lower bun.
The flip notes activity can be as creative as you want it to be. You can create colored pieces of small notes and place them randomly in the students' books. Each student can flip open the book to find a message with a question relevant to the subject. You can ask the 4th graders to state the answers based on their knowledge.
To improve their comprehension time, you can also use a clock timer for each student to answer the question in time.
There are many ways to improve the reading comprehension of 4th graders. While this may be correct, it is essential to understand the strengths and weaknesses of students before engaging them in the activities. If you are a mother teaching your kids at home, you can find multiple fun activities on the internet to get started.
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