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Reading Comprehension Worksheets

Reading Comprehension Worksheets
Students read the passages and answer the questions that follow to check reading comprehension. Passages are a mixture of fiction, non-fiction, and biography. Worksheets designed for students at a fourth grade reading level. Most of our reading comprehension lessons align to the Common Core Standards Initiative. To see the common core connections, select the apple core ( ) pictured below each worksheet. Fiction Stories Skeleton Key (Fiction) Free Erik finds a strange-looking skeleton key in his grandfather's house, but what door does it open... and what will he find? Funny Faces (Fiction) Member Liz can't wait to see how her school picture came out, but when she sees it, all she can think about is getting retakes. Snow Elephants (Fiction) Member When a stranger visits the house with her older brother, Ella becomes jealous. Frankenstein Face (Fiction) Member On her way to soccer camp, Tara worries what the other kids will say when they see the black stitches on her face. Labyrinth Member When Mr. Related:  Reading Comprehension Worksheets

OWL Writing Exercises These OWL resources contain grammar exercises about adjectives, adverbs, appositives, articles, count and noncount nouns, prepositions, and tense consistency. Please use the navigation bar on the left or the links below to access the individual exercises. Adjective or Adverb? These two exercises ask you to practice and apply these rules by completing multiple choice and fill-in-the-blank activities that you may print. Appositives This exercise asks you to identify the appositive in the example sentences. Articles This exercises asks you to practice and apply these "a"/"an" rules. Count and Noncount Nouns These exercises ask you to practice using count and noncount nouns and include an exercise on using quantity terms. Prepositions This exercise asks you to work with prepositions of direction: to, toward, on, onto, in, or into. Tense Consistency These exercises ask you to recognize shifts in tenses: simple present, present perfect, simple past, past perfect, future, and future perfect.

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