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We add interesting articles to help sharpen students' reading skills all the time! This page highlights some of our most recent reading comprehension additions to the site.

(added February 2, 2023)
Students will read this poem about a dog going trick-or-treating and answer reading comprehension questions and a writing prompt.
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(added February 2, 2023)
After reading this poem about spring, students will answer reading comprehension questions, complete a vocabulary exercise, and follow a writing prompt.
(added February 2, 2023)
This poem about friendship uses clever wordplay. Students will read it and then use their understanding of it to answer questions and complete a writing prompt.
(added February 2, 2023)
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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(added February 2, 2023)
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.
(added December 22, 2022)
This fictional passage tells the story of three siblings coming to an agreement about what kind of cookies to make with their mom.
This article has tons of facts about these marine mammals. Reading comprehension questions include multiple choice, short answer, a vocabulary exercise, and a writing prompt.
Students will read this informative article about spider monkeys--the acrobats of the rain forest! Then they'll answer questions, including a vocabulary activity and writing prompt.
This reading passage informs students about the James Webb Space Telescope. Reading comprehension questions include multiple choice, a vocabulary exercise, and a writing prompt.
With this article, readers will learn all about the important roles animals played in World War I. Then, they'll answer questions about the article, including multiple choice and short answer questions, a vocabulary activity, and a writing prompt.
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This poem tells about the seasons. It's laid out to visually represent the cycle that moves from one season to the next. After reading the poem, students answer questions, and complete a vocabulary activity and a writing prompt relating to what they've reead.
This article tells the story of Lieutenant Gail Halvorsen, AKA Uncle Wiggly Wings, an air force pilot who dropped candy to the children of Berlin after World War II. The worksheet includes reading comprehension questions, a vocabulary exercise, and a writing prompt.
This passage is about a boy writing a story for his homework and how the trouble he has doing so inspires a new story.
Readers of this passage will learn the differences between two animals that look very similar--snakes and glass lizards. Then they'll answer comprehension questions, complete a crossword, and follow a writing prompt.
In this story, Horse waits impatiently while Cow makes him a surprise. Reading comprehension questions about the story include multiple choice, short answer, a vocabulary activity, and a writing prompt.
Students learn all about the Erie Canal and how it impacted the development of New York State and the United States as a whole. After reading the article, they can complete reading comprehension questions, a vocabulary exercise, and a writing exercise.
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This engaging article will teach readers all about otters. Then, they'll complete reading comprehension questions that reinforce key ideas from the article.
Monkey, Squirrel, and Sloth are three friends who disagree on what color to paint their treehouse.
Luca and Ivy are collecting colorful autumn leaves and using them to make shapes on the ground.
Louisa May Alcott is the American author who wrote the Little Women book series.
Read this short biographical passage about the Wright Brothers, and learn about their infamous 1903 invention: the motorized airplane.
On a trip to the beach, the narrator of this poem picks up many pretty seashells. When she gets home, she discovers that they are even more special than she had imagined.
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Lucky the dog is waking everyone up at the crack of dawn. At first everyone resists, but when they finally wake up, they see something amazing outside their front window.
Lungfish have the ability to survive in hot, dry climates. They have the ability to go into a dormant stage called estivation, and they have lungs that allow them to breathe air.
Chipmunk is looking for her breakfast, but it looks like her friends have already eaten all of the food in the forest. When she finds her friends, she discovers that they've planned a special surprise.
This is an uplifting poem about the "everyday heroes" who help out in your community.
This poem describes the many things a toad can do with a toadstool.
In this cute poem, kids will discover that a furry canine can be the best friend of all!
Jacob and Ruby have lost their dog on a foggy night. Will they be able to find their beloved canine, Coco?
A a crab and a sea urchin have symbiotic relationship. The sea urchin protects the crab with it's sharp spikes, while the crab helps the urchin move around the ocean floor.
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.
This short article highlights the achievements of Susan La Flesche Picotte, the first Native American woman to earn a medical degree.
Your students will learn about how the first settlers in America established their colonies and the hardships they faced.
Tommy, Clara, and Colin are playing in the snow. Each one of them is building a snowman. Whose will be the tallest?
Learn about urban, suburban, and rural communities in this clever poem.
Mia and Annie think there's a ghost in Mia's bedroom. What are they going to do? Activity includes comprehension questions, a writing prompt, and vocabulary words.
Lia and Andy are almost ready for trick-or-treating! But to make their Halloween night just right, they will have to make a few swaps first.
Learn all about supply and demand in this fun poem that features Stan and his Boomtastic Flies!
Explore the natural world on a scenic nature hike. This poem includes comprehension questions, a writing activity, and a vocabulary page.
Rory can hardly wait to read her new favorite book from the school library, but somebody is already reading it! Is the book going to be worth the wait? Reading comprehension questions and vocabulary words included.
Heather and Noah have some pretty good ideas! What will they be able to accomplish together today? Reading activity includes a writing prompt, comprehension questions, and vocabulary words.
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.
Learn all about the Constitution of the United States in this fifth grade-level social studies article.
Learn about what it is like to go to school in China in this fifth grade nonfiction article.
Learn what it was like to live in ancient China in this fifth grade nonfiction article.
Learn all about China in this fascinating article about the country with the largest population on earth!
Mark and Ava gather everything they need for a perfect picnic. Will the rain clouds overhead ruin their plans?
In this poem, a tourist has a close encounter with awe-inspiring whales.
Claire and Anna discover that reading can take you on unexpected adventures—even inside the pages of a good book!
Learn all about those pesky houseflies that your mom reminds you to keep away from the food - and why it's best to heed her warning! This sixth-grade level nonfiction article includes comprehension questions, vocabulary terms, and a writing prompt.
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