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5th Grade Common Core: RL.5.10

Common Core Identifier: RL.5.10 / Grade: 5
Curriculum: Reading Literature: Range of Reading and Complexity of Text
Detail: By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, at the high end of the grades 4-5 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
18 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Your Lungs FREE 
An interesting article about your lungs, and a set of questions to go along with the reading.
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Trevor is excited to stay home alone for the first time, but when he takes the dogs outside to play and gets locked out for hours, he'll find out being home alone comes with some responsibility.
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An easy-to-understand overview of your digestive system, and five comprehension questions.
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Team captains choose Trish last when dividing the class for a basketball game, but her classmates are surprised to discover that Trish is a terrific player.
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Read the poem about idioms, then answer the questions that follow.
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A strong article about your muscles, with a page of reading questions.
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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 poor peasant finds a treasure, but why does he decide to give it away?  Students read the passage and answer the questions that follow.  (fiction / fable)
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A fascinating article about your liver, and a series of reading comprehension questions.
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Here's an article on the history of hanging stockings at Christmas.
(Approx. Grade Level: 5-6)
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Read the poem in which weather words are personified.  Then, write your own examples of personification.
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A fact-filled article about your kidneys, and a comprehension worksheet to check for understanding.
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Stay on top of daily ELA practice with this next set of 5 worksheets. From verb tense and affixes to spelling and grammar, these worksheets cover a little bit of everything.
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Strolling through a garden in a late summer evening can bring pleasure to all five senses. In this story, the narrator describes the wonderful sounds, colorful sights, rich aromas, and delicious-tasting food around her.
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Week one of our 5th grade ELA Buzz series reviews some of the topics students learned toward the end of 4th grade, including title capitalization, Greek roots, similes, and more!
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Learn all about the very loud howler monkey in this reading comprehension article. This worksheet includes comprehension questions, vocabulary identification, and a writing prompt.
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This week students will practice adding commas to lists, using comparative or superlative adjectives, changing verb tenses, and more.
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Anil wants to go to cooking camp, but how will he make enough money to go? Read about Anil's clever twist on a traditional Indian flat bread in order to achieve his dream.
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