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5th Grade Common Core: W.5.4

Common Core Identifier: W.5.4 / Grade: 5
Curriculum: Writing: Production and Distribution of Writing
Detail: Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience. (Grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in standards 1-3 above.)
29 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Learn all about the world's largest animal with this article on the blue whale. Reading comprehension questions are included, as well as a vocabulary crossword and writing prompt.
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Learn all about the Constitution of the United States in this fifth grade-level social studies article.
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Learn about the United States judicial branch with this article and reading comprehension worksheet.
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Students will read this article on the executive branch of the United States government and how it plays a part in the system of checks and balances. Then they'll answer questions to test their understanding of the article.
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This article gives an overview of the U.S. government's executive branch. The worksheet includes comprehension questions, a vocabulary activity, and a writing prompt.
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This article tells all about temperate forests. Reading comprehension questions include a writing prompt, completing a diagram, multiple choice, and more.
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This article has facts about the coast redwood and giant sequoia trees of California. Test your students' comprehension of the article by having them complete the reading comprehension questions, vocabulary activity, and writing prompt.
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What is the Bill of Rights? Learn all about the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, also known as the Bill of Rights, in this fifth grade-level reading comprehension activity.
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Help your students understand the duties of the legislative branch with this reading comprehension article and worksheet.
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Get to know the judicial branch and how it checks and balances and is checked and balanced with this article. Reading comprehension questions, a vocabulary activity, and a writing prompt are included.
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Learn about how knitting helped soldiers during the First World War. Following the article, there are multiple choice questions, matching questions, and a writing section.
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Students can read this article about the Day of the Dead and answer the reading comprehension questions. The worksheet includes a crossword vocabulary activity and a writing prompt.
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Teach your students about the legislative branch of the United States government with this reading comprehension passage and worksheet.
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This template includes small-letter labels for each part of the letter, including date, salutation, body, and closing. This version also includes examples for each. Students simply write their letter on the lines given.
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Learn about the four layers on the rainforest- the emergent layer, the canopy, the understory, and the floor.
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A magical fairy is spotted dancing in the garden after a rain storm.
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Students choose three humorous parts of the story and explain why they're funny.
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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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Students are instructed to tell whether or not they think Bunnicula is harmless or a threat to the Monroe family.
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Find out why people play jokes and pull pranks on each other every April 1st.
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This non-fiction reading comprehension passage includes many facts about the American Bald Eagle. A question page and vocabulary worksheet are also included.
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This template includes small-letter labels for each part of the letter, including date, salutation, body, and closing. Students write their friendly letter on the lines.
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Did you know that a seahorse can't swim well and it can actually die of exhaustion in rough water?  Learn many seahorse facts in this article.
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Clockatoos are never late. They're almost always on time. But if they're tardy, it may mean their clocks have failed to chime.
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Students reflect on which parts of the story are realistic and which parts are fantasy.
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Penguins FREE 
Learn about two different penguin species - the Emperor penguin and the Galapagos penguin. One of them lives in frigid Antarctica. The other lives on the tropical Equator.
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Learn about Hudson's attempts to search for a northern passage to Asia.
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John Muir was a wilderness conservationist who lived in the 1800s.   This fascinating article describes his writings, his political influence, and his role in history.  (biography)
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This printable has three projects students can choose from. They can either write a book review, make a book cover with a description of the book, or make their own test with answer key.
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