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A collection of fiction and non-fiction passages written for middle school students in students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. These printable article and stories have comprehension questions to check students' reading comprehension skills.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
Non-FictionWorld's Largest Marsupial Free
This article will teach students about the red kangaroo. Measuring 6 feet tall and weighing 200 pounds, it is the world's largest marsupial.Bird Brains At Work Member
Learn about the many jobs carrier pigeons perform. These working birds can serve as mailmen, lifeguards, scientist helpers, and even military spies.Sea Turtles Member
Did you know that sea turtles have been around since the time of the dinosaurs? Learn all about the fascinating world of sea turtles. Discover the names of the seven sea turtle species, learn about the obstacles baby sea turtles face when they hatch, and find out the dangers sea turtles face today.An Atom Apart Member
A scientific article about atoms, the building blocks for molecules and everything that's made of matterThe Inner Planets Free
Learn about the terrestrial inner planets of our solar system.The Outer Planets Member
Learn about the gas giants that can be found beyond the asteroid belt.Have You Got a Buck? Member
This article explores the unique symbols on the U.S. one-dollar bill.Rhinoceros Beetle Member
The rhinoceros beetle is the world's strongest animal, relative to its size. It can lift 850 times its own weight!Leaf Cutter Ants Member
Learn about the complex society of a leaf cutter ant colony. Each colony has a queen, males, soldiers, farmer ants, and even trash collector ants.Immune System Member
An article describing how the human body's immune system worksThe Busy Beaver Member
Do you know the difference between a beaver dam and a beaver lodge? The author of this article answers all kinds of frequently asked questions about beavers, including where they live, how much they weigh, and how long they can stay underwater.
PoemsFalling Asleep Free
The person in this poem is worrying about the shadows on the walls and can not fall asleep.Taking a Tumble Member
In this poem, the main character experiences a falling sensation as she drifts off to sleep.
See also:Animal Articles
Short articles aon a variety of animals.Third Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets
Reading comprehension passages and questions for third graders.Fourth Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets
Reading comprehension passages and questions for fourth graders.Fifth Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets
Reading comprehension passages and questions for fifth graders.