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5th Grade Common Core: RI.5.1

Common Core Identifier: RI.5.1 / Grade: 5
Curriculum: Reading Informational: Key Ideas and Details
Detail: Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
14 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Did you know that flying squirrels can't actually fly? They glide from tree to tree, using a furry membrane like a parachute.
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These unusual animals spend most of their lives at sea, but occasionally climb onto Pacific beaches for a period of rest and molting.
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This article tells about the group of students who fought for integration in Arkansas in 1957, and the strength, courage, and determination they showed in the face of adversity. After the article, students can answer questions, complete a vocabulary activity, and respond to a writing prompt.
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This reading passage informs students about the James Webb Space Telescope. Reading comprehension questions include multiple choice, a vocabulary exercise, and a writing prompt.
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This scavenger hunt activity includes 18 cards that can be cut out and hidden around the room. Students will look for the cards and use the information on them to answer the questions on their worksheet.
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Print out this scavenger hunt to have your students complete a fun, interactive, and educational activity. They'll read interesting facts about Greek mythology and then answer questions to test their comprehension of what they read.
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With this article, readers will learn all about the important roles animals played in World War I. Then, they'll answer questions about the article, including multiple choice and short answer questions, a vocabulary activity, and a writing prompt.
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Kids will learn lots of fun facts with this engaging insect scavenger hunt. Just hide the 18 cards around the room and have them search for each one. They'll answer a question on their worksheet about each card they find.
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Read about the cemetery that is the resting place of Presidents Taft and Kennedy, as well as home to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Five reading comprehension questions follow this short article.
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Cut out and hide these cards all over the classroom. Then have students look for them and answer the questions on the attached worksheet. It's an engaging way to get students learning about the history and culture of ancient Rome.
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Hide these cards around the room and have students search for them. When they find and read each card, they should be able to answer all of the questions on the worksheet.
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This article tells the story of Lieutenant Gail Halvorsen, AKA Uncle Wiggly Wings, an air force pilot who dropped candy to the children of Berlin after World War II. The worksheet includes reading comprehension questions, a vocabulary exercise, and a writing prompt.
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This is a fun activity for students learning about ancient Egypt. They'll find cards hidden around the room and answer questions about each one.
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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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