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4th Grade Common Core: RI.4.4

Common Core Identifier: RI.4.4 / Grade: 4
Curriculum: Reading Informational: Craft and Structure
Detail: Determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in a text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.
31 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Here is a quick-read passage about an American symbol for freedom.
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Discover everything you wanted to know about spiny hedgehogs.
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Learn the similarities and differences between boas and pythons with this compare/contrast article.
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When Michelle's best friend gets a horse for her birthday, Michelle wants one too. But it's not in her family's budget. Will this birthday be a flop or is there another way Michelle can learn to ride?
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An article about the history of the Jack o' Lantern.  Includes comprehension and vocabulary questions.
(Approx. Grade Levels: 3-5)
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Did you know koi are a kind of carp? Koi come in a variety of colors, patterns, and fin shapes. They're lovely to look at, but their price and life spans might surprise you!
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This nonfiction article and reading comprehension worksheet is a great resource for teaching your students about the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, sometimes called the Iroquois or Six Nations.
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This short passage offers a great overview or introduction to lines of latitude and longitude.
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Read about Bessie Coleman, the first African American woman to become a pilot, with this printable worksheet.
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Read about the Colosseum, an iconic building in Rome, Italy, and answer questions about it. Questions include multiple choice, short answer, a vocabulary activity, and a writing prompt.
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Learn about the Pentagon with this reading comprehension passage. The worksheet includes a vocabulary exercise, short answer and multiple choice questions, and a writing prompt.
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This article tells the unique history of Haudenosaunee beadwork, seen on items such as pincushions, purses, and picture frames. After reading the passage, students will test their understanding by answering several reading comprehension questions and completing a vocabulary activity and writing prompt.
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Read all about the gibbon, a type of agile ape, and answer questions about the article. The worksheet includes a vocabulary crossword and a writing prompt.
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This short reading passage includes interesting facts about the continent of Australia. Four reading comprehension questions accompany the article.
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Read about Jane Goodall, a woman famous for her research on chimpanzees. Then answer several reading comprehension questions to test your understanding of the material.
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Japan's world-famous Mt. Fuji is one of the most photographed natural landmarks on Earth. Learn about it in these two paragraphs.
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Students will read this informative article about spider monkeys--the acrobats of the rain forest! Then they'll answer questions, including a vocabulary activity and writing prompt.
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The Appalachians are some of Earth’s oldest mountains. They run through several provinces and more than a dozen states. Find out how they were shaped and how they shaped communities in this article.
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This nonfiction article tells how elephants played important roles in both World Wars. Students will carefully read the article and complete questions, a vocabulary activity, and a reading prompt to test their reading comprehension.
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Read about Mary Anning, a woman known to be one of the greatest fossil hunters of all time, in this short article.
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This reading comprehension passage gives an overview of several hero and monster stories from Greek mythology. The worksheet includes reading comprehension questions, a vocabulary activity, and a writing prompt.
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This engaging article will teach readers all about otters. Then, they'll complete reading comprehension questions that reinforce key ideas from the article.
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Longhouses are a type of home once used by many Native Americans--most notably the Haudenosaunee (also known as Iroquois). This short passage gives readers facts about these unique structures and is followed by a page of reading comprehension questions.
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Read about Mount St. Helens and its famous volcanic eruption. Then answer reading comprehension questions about the article.
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This reading comprehension article and worksheet gives a great overview on the concept of erosion.
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Perhaps the most well-known structure in all of France, the Eiffel Tower is easily recognizable to most. However, there's a lot to know about the tower that you might not expect. Read this article and answer the questions that follow to find out all about the world-famous building.
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Read about the Newfoundland pony, an animal known for its strength, courage, and common sense. Then answer a series of reading comprehension questions, complete a vocabulary activity, and respond to a writing prompt.
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Read this short article about Wilma Rudolph, an Olympian who overcame immense odds and broke three world records in track and field.
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Elizabeth Blackwell was the first woman doctor in the United States. Read this short article to learn more about her life.
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The Erie Canal is an important waterway in New York State. Built between 1817 and 1825, it impacted the economy of both the state and the country as a whole. Reading comprehension questions, a vocabulary exercise, and a writing prompt follow the article.
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Learn all about these fascinating canines with this engaging reading comprehension passage. After the article, there are several questions, a crossword with key terms, and a writing prompt.
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