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4th Grade Common Core: RL.4.1

Common Core Identifier: RL.4.1 / Grade: 4
Curriculum: Reading Literature: Key Ideas and Details
Detail: Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
215 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Students choose one project to demonstrate their understanding of the book.
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This two-page worksheet has fourteen questions about the book, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. This can be used as a review activity or a test.
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This two-page worksheet can be used as a review or a test, after reading Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the Stolen Diamonds. Includes a matching section, several multiple choice questions, and a few short answer questions.
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This worksheet has 14 reading comprehension questions for the book, Frindle.
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These multiple choice, short answer, and matching questions can be used after reading Because of Winn-Dixie. This can be used as a review activity or a quiz.
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These questions can be used to assess a student's understanding of the entire book. Includes multiple choice, true/false, and quotation identification questions.
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Maureen thinks fortune telling is spooky, but when her friend Becca pulls her to Madam Ursula's fortune telling booth, Maureen is quite surprised by her reading.
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These questions focus on final three chapters of the Phantom Tollbooth.
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Answer reading comprehensions about Willy's big dogsled race against Stone Fox and the tragic ending to the novel.
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This worksheet has questions about Wilbur's first encounters with Charlotte and his other barnyard friends.
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Learn about Venus, Earth's cloudy, volcanic twin.
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Reese spends his entire weekend trying to beat his new video game, but when he finally does, he's run out of time to write his English essay. Or has he? Daylight Savings just might save his English grade.
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This worksheet has reading comprehension questions for the final five chapters of the book.
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Check your students' reading comprehension with these questions about chapters 1 and 2. Includes a matching section with character names and questions about the Monroe's unusual trip to the movie theater.
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This printable worksheet has MC and short answer questions for chapters 16 through 20 of the book.
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Discover Mercury, the planet closest to the sun.  Read the article and answer the comprehension questions.
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Pluto, now a dwarf planet, got its name in a most unusual way.  Read this article to find out more!
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These seven reading comprehension questions go along with chapters three and four of the book. Includes questions about Fudge's hunger strike and his scary experience at the Central Park playground.
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This worksheet has eight reading comprehension questions about Mr. Popper's plan to earn money, the penguins' stage performances, and the Poppers' train trip.
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Hadley doesn't want her friends to know she puts on performances at the senior center after school, but when her best friend catches her in the act, she'll have to confess her secret plans to be an actress.
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This worksheet has questions about the ceremony at the fair, Wilbur's return home, and Charlotte's children.
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This page has seven multiple choice and short answer questions. Includes questions about little Willy, his dog Searchlight, and his grandfather's illness.
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An easy-to-understand overview of your digestive system, and five comprehension questions.
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Erik finds a strange-looking skeleton key in his grandfather's house, but what door does it open... and what will he find?
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Laura wants to be elected the first class leader and wear a shiny gold badge for all to see, but when her best friend also runs for the position, Laura must decide if winning is more important than taking the position from someone who really deserves it.
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Check students' comprehension with this sheet of printable questions from chapters 7 and 8.
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Shelby thinks she knows everything about Hayword Elementary and its students, but when a new girl shows up, Shelby jumps to the wrong conclusion about the girl's appearance.
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Frontier life was challenging for a young girl. Children had to milk the cow, mend their socks, sew, and weed the garden. However, her parents made a special promise that she can go to school if their town gets a teacher.
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Erica's class is excited about their Easter float, and when Mrs. Jackson asks for a volunteer for a special part in the parade, Erica jumps at the chance. The part isn't what she expected, but it will certainly make her the star of the parade.
(Approx. Grade Level 3-5)
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Andy doesn't like going along with his dad on all the weekend errands. But when the final stop turns into an underwater adventure, Andy learns some errands can actually be fun.
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John wants to have a picnic in the park like most Saturdays, but when his usual spot is taken, he and his mom end up by a statue dedicated to fallen soldiers. John learns about a Memorial Day service that has long been forgotten. But when he meets a special woman who knows about the service, he's determine to bring the tradition back.
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This worksheet contains questions about Bunnicula's late-night escapes, Harold's relationship with Toby, and Chester's meeting to discuss vampires.
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After reading chapters 11-15, students can answer these eight reading comprehension questions.
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When Michelle's best friend Paige suddenly becomes popular, Michelle feels left out. But when Michelle mumbles something mean about Paige and someone overhears, rumors start to run wild through the school. Can Michelle set things straight and get her friend back?
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Check students' reading comprehension with 15 fill-in-the-blank, short answer, and multiple choice questions.
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This page contains eight questions to check your students reading skills for these chapters. Includes questions about Fudge's birthday party and his experience at the dentist.
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Terrance is terrified of spiders, so when his school trip is to go spider watching, he doesn't want to go. Still, his teacher is convinced Terrance will be amazed by the spiders' webs. Can the spiders' talents outweigh Terrance's fear?
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Charla loves hanging out and going to the beach with Aunt Monica, but now that Aunt Monica is pregnant, Charla worries things are becoming all about the baby.
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Jackie is spending the day at her grandparents' farm, and she can't wait to explore the place her grandparents call the dinosaur graveyard.
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Liz can't wait to see how her school picture came out, but when she sees it, all she can think about is getting retakes. That is until she finds a creative way to deal with the embarrassing photograph.
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Cindy wants to win the community fishing contest by catching the biggest fish, but she gets a big surprise that may win her a trophy after all.
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Assess your students reading comprehension with these questions.
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Answer the reading comprehension questions about Willy's responsibilities on the farm and about Clifford Snyder, the tax collector.
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Read about the biggest  planet of them all, and discover the mysteries of the "Great Red Spot."
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Daisy is ready for winter to be over and to enjoy spring, but snow still covers the ground. Can her older brother David find a way to bring spring to the snowy March they're having?
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Andy can't wait to give his dad his Father's Day gift, but when he wakes up, he finds his dad has a present for him too. Andy is about to learn the best Father's Day gift is father-son time together.
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A fun poem about children who play outside in the snow.
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Read the fantasy story about Caroline's adventures in an enchanted forest.
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The questions on this page cover the country's reaction to the penguins' performance and Mr. Popper's experience in jail.
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Discover the beautiful ringed gas giant - Saturn!
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This worksheet has ten reading comprehension questions about Mr. Popper, his home, his family, and his penguin Captain Cook.
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Amara wants to make a tree house for her dolls, and thinks it will be easy since she's following an online tutorial. But she'll learn design flaws can happen even when you follow directions. The question is, will those design flaws ruin her tree house?
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Answer these reading comp questions for chapters 16 through 17.
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This printable has comprehension questions about Charlotte's plan to save Wilbur's life, and the first messages she spins in her webs.
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When Jameson eavesdrops on his Mom's phone conversation, he thinks his mom is setting up a play date with the younger boy down the street. Jameson pretends to study to get out of it, but after he wastes the entire afternoon bored in his room, he discovers he missed a lot of the conversation he was trying to overhear, and he also missed out on an afternoon of fun.
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Find out about Earth's moon, and learn about the first man to walk on it.
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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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This worksheet includes several multiple-choice and short answer comprehension questions that cover chapters 5 through 8 of the book.
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On her way to soccer camp, Tara worries what the other kids will say when they see the black stitches on her face.
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Lance can't wait to go to the skate park with his older brother, Nathan. He even breaks his promise to work with Anthony on their science project. But when Nathan decides to go to a baseball game instead of taking Lance to the skate park, Lance will learn the true meaning of the word promise.
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Answer the questions about the reading assignment for chapters 13, 14, and 15.
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Answer seven comprehension questions about the events leading up to Willy's big race. Also includes questions about his first meeting with Stone Fox.
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This page contains over a dozen short answer and multiple choice questions. The answers can be found in the first four chapters of Charlotte's Web.
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Discover new facts about our home planet.
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This file has a series of questions related to Nick's creation and use of the word "frindle."
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Discover why volcanoes erupt; learn the four different types of volcanoes; and read interesting volcano facts.  Includes five comprehension questions.
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Distant, cold, and windy Neptune has one thing in common with Earth - what is it?
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Check your students' reading comprehension with these questions. Use after students have read chapters one and two. Includes questions about Peter's turtle and the Yarby's visit to their apartment.
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This worksheet has eight reading comprehension questions about the newspaper article about the Poppers, Captain Cook's illness, and their new Penguin, Greta.
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With basketball tryouts around the corner, Jason is busy working on his free throws. He wants to make every one to impress his coach, but shooting for perfection isn't easy.
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This file has questions about Wilbur's visit to the fair, the final web, and Charlotte's web sac.
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When Mr. Miller asks the class to name their fears, Clayton is sure he doesn't have any. But he'll learn that being afraid to admit your fears might be the scariest thing of all.
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This sheet has questions about Bunnicula's sickness and how Harold helped to bring a happy ending to the situation.
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This worksheet has eight reading comprehension questions that students can answer after reading the first five chapters of the book.
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This worksheet has multiple choice questions, fill-in-the-blanks, and short answer questions to check students' understanding of chapters 5 and 6.
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The question page for chapters nine and ten contain seven multiple choice and short answer questions. Includes questions about Fudge at the movie theater and the Hatchers' experience at the hospital.
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With the charity dance just days away, Shauna wants to run and hide. But the dance is for a good cause and all her friends are going. She enrolls in a few dance classes and tries to learn enough not to embarrass herself. But on the night of the dance, she'll feel silly for a completely different reason.
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The narrator of this poem wishes she had a butter churn so she could show her friends how to magically turn cream into butter.
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Read this story and answer the questions that follow. In the story, Emily visits the city for the first time and discovers that it's much different than her home in rural Pennsylvania.
(Approx. Reading Level: 3-4)
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When you can't sleep at night, you may want to try picking up a pen to write!
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Seth isn't happy about the project his teacher assigned, especially since he has to stay up late to complete it. But the perigee moon just might be more exciting than he realized.
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Check students' reading comprehension with this basic question worksheet.
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When a stranger visits the house with her older brother, Ella becomes jealous.
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When Phoebe has to make a flag of the country that best represents her nationality for the International Luncheon, she doesn't know what to do. She's eight different nationalities all in one. But with some creative thinking, Phoebe finds a way to create a flag that proudly displays who she is.
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Use these reading comprehension question to check your students' understanding of these chapters.
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This worksheet features nine questions. Includes questions about the legendary dogsled racer Stone Fox and Willy's decision to race against him.
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Learn all about Mars, Earth's nearest neighbor, and human efforts to explore the Red Planet.
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Darren forgot all about his science project that's due tomorrow. Now he can't go to the new skate park with his friends. And how will he come up with a project in one day? But his mom saves the day with an idea that's exploding with fun.
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This worksheet has eight multiple choice, short answer, and true/false questions for the first five chapters of Frindle.
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An informative article on the layers of the Earth (crust, mantle, inner core, and outer core).  Includes comprehension questions.
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Find out about the cold, mysterious planet of Uranus.
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This sheet has questions about the refrigerator serviceman and policeman's reaction to the penguins. There are also questions about Captain Cook's rookery.
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Ethan can't stand the way Kyle is always following him around, but Ethan just might come to realize that he and Kyle have more in common than he thought.
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This file has questions about Charlotte's second web, the concerns Mrs. Arable has with Fern's behavior, and preparations for the County Fair.
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William can't wait for the new puppy to arrive, but when everyone is focused on the puppy and William isn't allowed to go to the park, he's not sure being a pet owner was what he thought it would be. Can he learn to put the puppy's needs first?
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Read this article to learn all about our amazing sun!
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This page has comprehension questions about the mysterious white tomatoes, Chester's dramatic warning to the family, and Chester's plan to kill the vampire.
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This worksheet has eight short answer and multiple choice questions for chapters 6 through 10.
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Meredith can't find any of the things she needs to get ready for school, including her homework. She knows she didn't put them away but where could they have gone?
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This printable has six multiple choice and short answer questions from chapters 3 and 4.
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Answer these eight questions about chapters seven and eight from the story. Includes questions about the Flying Train Committee's poster project and the Toddle-Bike commercial.
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Your Lungs FREE 
An interesting article about your lungs, and a set of questions to go along with the reading.
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Here's a fiction piece called "Singing Cousin". Nikki is worried that her cousin Bella will embarrass her in front of her friends. After all, Bella sang just about everything she said. Will Nikki make it through the three-day visit or will Bella's singing ruin everything?
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Corrine loves Mrs. Roger's gymnastics unit at school, but when she goes to gym class and finds out they are watching a video about the Olympics, she's very disappointed. However, she becomes inspired by the gymnasts on the video and she decides to sign up for the school's Summer Gymnastics Camp.
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Jamal has been training for his first 5K race and is determined to come in first in his age group, but he'll learn what it really means to be a winner.
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A strong article about your muscles, with a page of reading questions.
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This creative poem describes the many beautiful colors of a sunset.
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This page contains three final projects that your students can do to show off their understanding of T.O.A.F.G.N.
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This two-page comprehension sheet has questions about the book Stone Fox. This would make a good end-of-book review assignment or quiz.
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While Alicia helps her grandparents move into their new house, she finds an old diary in the attic. Alicia can't put the diary down since it was written by a dancer and Alicia dreams of becoming one. But when she finds out who the diary belongs to, she just might achieve her dream.
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Darla and Erin are blaming each other for breaking their teacher's glass apple, but when they each explain what happened, they'll realize how they were only seeing one side of the story.
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Valerie has to bring a personal item to the class on the first day of school.  She'll have to present it to the class so they get to know her.  Everything in her room seems too personal or doesn't say much about her. When a special package from her Aunt Heather arrives, Valerie knows what she'll bring to class.
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An informative article about the human heart, and several comprehension questions to go along with the passage.
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A poem about a colony of ants jubilantly collecting crumbs for their queen.
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When Marcus, Lexi, and Adam enter a labyrinth race, they discover there's more to winning a maze than just luck.
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Erica's New Year's resolutions are a little too ambitious, but when her mom convinces her to come up with one resolution she can really stick with, Erica discovers the perfect plan for the New Year.
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The child in this poem is looking in a mirror and sees her grandma's smile, her uncle's toes, her cousin's hair, and her mother's perky nose.
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While tossing a baseball back and forth with her sister, this girl makes an amazing catch. This poem has a fun twist at the end that kids enjoy.
(Approx. Grade Level: 4-5)
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A fascinating article about your liver, and a series of reading comprehension questions.
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Story and comprehension questions:  Christmas shopping isn't easy for Colin. He wants to find the perfect gift for his parents, but he can't afford to buy anything his parents would actually want. Colin's older sister suggests he make something that will remind his parents of him every time they see it. Colin's special talent just might turn into the perfect gift.
(Approx. Grade Level: 3-5)
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Matt and Allie want to win the High Flyer kite competition, but their design isn't nearly as exciting as the other competitors. They try to add some extra flare to the kite but it just might cost them the win.
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Ben visits his uncle's farm to go for a hayride and pick pumpkins, but when Uncle Darrell can't keep the crows away from his corn field, Ben  figures out how to make a scary scarecrow.
(Approx. Grade Levels: 2-4)
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Kaylan and Cody try to the find the owner of a lost kitten.
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A persuasive article about the sport of running.
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Justin and Mary are vacationing at their uncle's lake house, and when Uncle Thomas tells them about the Foggy Figure that haunts the lake, they're determined to see it with their own eyes. But the fog is holding a surprise they never would've suspected.
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This printable lists three different projects that go along with the book, Stone Fox.
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A fact-filled article about your kidneys, and a comprehension worksheet to check for understanding.
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Arianna is excited when her cousin asks her to be the flower girl in her wedding, but when Arianna finds out flower girls are usually very young, she doesn't want to do it. Can her mother convince her that the job is about more than age in time for the wedding?
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Ancient sailors may have seen manatees and thought they were mermaids.
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When Amerie's teacher tells the class how a nineteen-year-old girl began the tradition of giving Valentine's cards, Amerie is determined to start a new tradition in her school.
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Daniel can't wait to go to Disney World, but the long car ride is torture. He can't imagine a worse road trip until his father tells him about a nightmare of a trip he took as a kid. Now Daniel hopes there's enough time to hear all his mother's road trip stories, too.
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Read each of the paragraphs. Use clues from each passage to draw an inference.
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Ted wishes he could trade his older sister, Kate, for his neighbor Aaron, but when Aaron comes to spend the afternoon, Ted realizes he's glad he has Kate.
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Read four short paragraphs. Use evidence from each passage to choose the best inference.
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If you have a rabbit habit, it means you like to eat vegetables. It's one good habit to have!
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What am I? questions about body parts (heart, lungs, intestines, kidneys, muscles, etc.).
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A short poem about a young girl who can't walk in her mother's high heels.
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Amy decides to hold an ethnic dinner night at her school to help earn money for a new computer lab.
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Questions on this worksheet include the following: Explain what Tuck's worry was if people found out about the spring in Treegap? Based on your knowledge of the story, make a prediction about what happened to
the Tuck's horse.
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THe mice are gettting closer to their treasure. What obstacles might lie in their way? This activity focuses on students understanding of Chapters 13-17.
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Will Jack and Annie ever escape from the ancient pyramid? Read chapters 9 and 10, then answer the comprehension questions based on those chapters.
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This clever story is a retelling of Aesop's Fable. Activity includes thinking questions, vocabulary terms, and a journaling activity.
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Sarah is adjusting to life on the farm, and the children are liking Sarah living with them. Chapters 5 and 6 focus on Sarah and daily life on the prairie.
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Think you know your Mr. Popper? Use this activity to test your knowledge of the book.
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In Chapters 1-3 the reader learns about who Geronimo Stilton is, and his personality. They also find out what his big adventure will be.
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Answer a series of multiple choice and short answer questions based on your understanding of chapters 1 and 2.
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Read this story about a groundhog and his other animal friends. Then answer the comprehension questions, complete the vocabulary activity, and respond to the writing prompt.
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This activity has a mix of multiple choice, fill in the blank, and short answer questions based on content in chapters 5 and 6.
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What was the Tucks' plan for getting Mae out of jail? How was Winnie going to help with the Tucks' escape plan? What did Jesse give to Winnie before he left, and why?
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An interesting twist is revealed in Chapters 21-24. Read, then test student comprehension with this mix of short answer and multiple choice questions.
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The children have started to settle into their new home. In this activity students will answer questions about their daily lives, and how they have learned to survive on their own.
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Students read three short descriptive paragraphs. They have to use inference skills to determine what job the main character has.
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This is an uplifting poem about the "everyday heroes" who help out in your community.
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Test your understanding of the text by completing this 15 question activitiy that asks assesses your knowledge about the entire book.
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Things can look a lot scarier than they really are when you can't see them clearly. That's what Dominick discovers when he loses his eyeglasses. This reading comprehension activity includes short answer questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.
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Sarah has arrived. Read Chapters 3 and 4 then answer this mix of multiple choice and short answer questions.
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Do you think you know the The Boxcar Children? This file has a mix of multiple choice, short answer, and matching questions based on the book.
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This file contains a series of multiple choice, true/false, and matching questions for the novel, Charlotte's Web.
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Emily comes face-to-face with fierce tennis opponent, Big Bertha. Does Emily have what it takes to become a champion? Find out in this exciting reading passage!
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This is a story about a boy and his stuffed animal, and how he learns he can sleep without it if he wants to. Students will complete a series of reading comprehension questions to test their recollection of the story.
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At school Henry begins to feel rather strange, and no one is quite sure what is happening to him. This worksheet touches on the topic of Henry's sudden condition.
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Who stole the Tucks' horse? Who do you think was more upset about “kidnapping” Winnie. Winnie or Mae? Explain your answer. What did the man in the yellow suit want from the Fosters?
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Read each sentence. Look up the definition of the underlined words in the dictionary. Write each definition on the lines below. Words include route, frantic, and calculate.
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Read Chapters 1-3 of The Boxcar Children and answer the comprehension questions provided. Questions are a mix of multiple choice and short answer, and touch on important events in the story.
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Read each paragraph. Then use inferencing to determine where the main character has been. Give evidence to support your answer.
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Learn about urban, suburban, and rural communities in this clever poem.
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In the final chapter of the book the reader learns if Sarah will stay or leave the Witting family. After reading Chapter 9, answer the questions on this sheet.
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This worksheet has 4 short answer questions and one multiple choice.
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Disaster struck the Lucky Lady! Read Chapters 10-12 to find out what happens, and how their adventure at sea has changed.
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Answer these multiple choice and short answer questions about Jack and Annie's adventure inside of the pyramid.
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Will Henry have Chocolate Fever forever? Or will he find a way to make his mystery illness disappear. Read the last chapters of this book, then try answering the questions on the accompanying worksheet.
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This is an nonfiction reading comprehension worksheet about ostriches. This animal worksheet is geared toward fourth grade students. Students learn facts about the ostrich in a nonfiction article and answer reading comprehension questions to follow. Vocabulary exercises and a writing prompt are included.
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Honeydew is a bear who loves honey, but he comes into some trouble with the honeybees. Readers will answer questions and complete a writing prompt.
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The picture shows a scene from Chapter 5 of the book. Write a few sentences to tell who is in the picture and what is happening.
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This page asks: What made the constable have a strange feeling about the man in the yellow suit? While on the boat with Miles, Winnie decided she would keep the Tucks secret. What
helped her to make that decision?
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When Bear sees the frozen lake outside his den, he is afraid that he might freeze too. Hare explains to him how the water in his body won't freeze easily like the water in the lake. Bear learns an important science lesson! Reading comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt are available for this story. An answer key is included.
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Test your knowledge of Mummies in the Morning by answering these whole book questions. This worksheet has a mix of multiple choice, short answer, and matching questions.
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This silly poem helps students understand the difference between wants and needs. Activity includes comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.
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Spring has brought with it many surprises! The biggest surprise of all is an April Fool's Day joke! Poem includes reading comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.
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This worksheet has five questions about the first three chapters of the novel. What are the two reasons the people of the village left the woods alone? What is strange about the Tuck family's appearance?
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These comprehension questions are a mix of multiple choice and short answer questions based upon Chapters 4-6 in book.
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The question leader's job is to write a several open-ended questions for the group to discuss.
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This worksheet asks questions about Jack and Annie's arrival in ancient Egypt. It contains a mix of factual questions, and questions based on story events.
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This poem is about the mighty oak tree and has a message about growing up. After reading it, your students can answer five comprehension questions.
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In Chapters 7 and 8 Henry ventures out on his own and the reader is introduced to a new character. This worksheet asks questions about those topics.
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Although Winnie embarrassed her family, how did helping the Tucks actually help
Winnie to make more friends? What happened to the woods since the Tucks were last there?
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Their quest is finally over and the mice can now return to New Mouse City. Have their lives changed? Where are they all now? Find out how the book ends in these final chapters.
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After reading chapters 7-9, try answering these comprehension questions. This printable worksheet will test your understanding of the events that occur throughout these chapters.
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Many things are revealed in the final chapters of the book. This activity asks students to recall those events to answer the questions.
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A curious girl looks up into the brilliant sky and sees a dragon soaring her way!
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This poem uses clever wordplay to talk about the season of spring. Students will answer reading comprehension questions, complete a vocabulary exercise, and follow a writing prompt.
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In Chapters 1 and 2 the reader is introduced to the story's main character, Henry Green. Learn about him, and then answer the questions in the accompanying activity.
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Questions in this set: How did the man in the yellow suit first learn about the spring in the forest? What did the man in the yellow suit plan to do now that he owned the woods? Do you think Mae Tuck meant to kill the man in the yellow suit or was it an accident
that happened while she was trying to help Winnie?
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The mice are getting closer to finding the Emerald Eye, just a few more obstacles then hopefully they will be knee deep in treasure. Read about the next part of their journey in Chapters 18-20.
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Electric eels sure are electric, but did you know they're not really eels? Learn interesting facts about electric eels in this reading comprehension article. Includes comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.
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The question leader thinks up open-ended discussion questions for the literature circle group.
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Learn all about supply and demand in this fun poem that features Stan and his Boomtastic Flies!
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This mix of multiple choice and short answer questions touch on the main ideas in Chapters 7 and 8.
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The question leader writes open-ended questions to discuss with the reading group.
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Questions include: What was the strange man at the gate questioning Winnie about? Why do you think Jesse Tuck did not want Winnie to drink the water in the woods? What did the Tucks do to Winnie? Why did they do it?
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As the mice continue their journey at sea things start to get a bit hectic. Read to find out the events that occur, then answer this set of comprehension questions.
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In chapters 5 and 6 Jack and Annie must help Hutepi locate The Book of the Dead. Answer comprehension questions about their task, and make a prediction as to where the book might be.
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What would you do if you could rocket to the stars? This poem outlines a fun day in space for the narrator. Following the poem are five reading comprehension questions.
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This mix of short answer and multiple choice questions asks students to recall events from the story in order to answer the questions in this activity.
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Learn about current and static electricity in this clever poem at a fourth grade level. Activity includes comprehension questions and vocabulary words.
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The questions for these chapters will help the reader establish the necessary background knowledge to fully understand story.
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The story-connector shows how the story they're currently reading is similar to other stories they've read;  Best for higher-level students.
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Write about the beginning, middle, and ending of a fiction book.  Great form for basic chapter books.
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Write several open-ended discussion questions about the assigned chapters.
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If you're printing out several literature circle worksheets to form a packet, you can use this cover page.
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The question leader writes several discussion questions to share with the group.
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The real-life connector's role is to show how the story is similar to real-life events; Best for higher-level students.
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Discussion leader role worksheet for literature circle groups.
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The question leader writes discussion questions for the group to talk about.
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The summarizer writes a summary of the assigned chapters to read to the group.
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Common Core Alignment
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