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5th Grade Common Core: RL.5.1

Common Core Identifier: RL.5.1 / Grade: 5
Curriculum: Reading Literature: Key Ideas and Details
Detail: Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
53 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
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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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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This printable has six multiple choice and short answer questions from chapters 3 and 4.
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This worksheet has eight short answer and multiple choice questions for chapters 6 through 10.
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Use these reading comprehension question to check your students' understanding of these chapters.
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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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This worksheet has eight reading comprehension questions that students can answer after reading the first five chapters of the book.
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Answer the questions about the reading assignment for chapters 13, 14, and 15.
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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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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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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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Answer these reading comp questions for chapters 16 through 17.
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Check students' reading comprehension with 15 fill-in-the-blank, short answer, and multiple choice questions.
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After reading chapters 11-15, students can answer these eight reading comprehension questions.
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Assess your students reading comprehension with these questions.
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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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These questions focus on final three chapters of the Phantom Tollbooth.
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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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This printable worksheet has MC and short answer questions for chapters 16 through 20 of the book.
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Check students' comprehension with this sheet of printable questions from chapters 7 and 8.
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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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The questions for these chapters will help the reader establish the necessary background knowledge to fully understand story.
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This printout shows an illustration from the final part of the book. Students will write details about what is happing in this scene.
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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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Use the clues to fill in the horizontal and vertical boxes. This crossword uses vocabulary words from Part 3 of Wonder.
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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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Look closely at this picture of a scene from the chapter titled "The Cheese Touch." Students will describe what is happening in this picture and write about how they think August felt.
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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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After reading chapter 31, students can use this worksheet to write an advice letter to August.
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This worksheet has a picture depicting a scene from the chapter titled "Detention." Where is Jack? Why is he there? How does he feel? What is he thinking?
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Think you know your Mr. Popper? Use this activity to test your knowledge of the book.
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This crossword is an engaging activity students can use to practice vocabulary words for Part 2 of Wonder.
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This page has a picture of a scene from the chapter titled "The Performance Space." Look closely at the picture on this and describe what is happening.
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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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This activity asks students to reflect on the quote "your deeds are your monuments." Students will write about what this precept means.
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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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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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This poem describes a horse having difficulty speaking. Readers will answer questions about the poem and the poetic devices it employs.
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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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This packet is the perfect companion for Part 2: Via. Students will explore the concepts of simile and metaphor, analyze quotes from the text, and answer questions about vocabulary words.
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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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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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Print out this worksheet after reading the chapter "Trick or Treat." It shows an image of Via sitting on August's bed talking to him. Kids will write down details of the conversation between Via and August.
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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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After reading chapter 42, students will reflect on their own family background.
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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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Print out this crossword activity for Part 1 vocabulary words. Students will use 15 clues to determine where to place 15 different vocabulary words.
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This packet includes a variety of comprehension questions for Part 1 of Wonder. Check student's understanding of each chapter with multiple choice and short answer questions.
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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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Print out this activity for students to complete while reading Part 3: Summer. Kids will answer a variety of questions after reading each chapter.
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This worksheet has 4 short answer questions and one multiple choice.
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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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Take a close look at this image of Summer. Where is she? What is she doing? Students will write about the chapter "The Halloween Party."
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