Fourth Grade Ela Reading Fiction Worksheets


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  • Reading Comprehension: The Kitten

    Here's a worksheet that's great for improving reading comprehension skills. Kids read a simple story about a girl and her kitten then answer the question below.

  • Sugar and Spice

    Get your third grader in the habit of reading deeper by encouraging him to think about what's going on in this short story and why.

  • The Secret Garden: Reading Comprehension

    Explore "The Secret Garden" with this reading comprehension worksheet.

  • Put the Story Sequence in Order

    Story sequencing will allow third graders to improve their reading comprehension by putting the sequence of events in the correct order.

  • Reading Comprehension: Peter Pan

    Familiarize your child with Peter Pan, one of the most enduring character of children's literature, with this reading comprehension worksheet.

  • Reading Response

    Keep your budding reader organized with a reading response journal! Print out several of these response pages to create a homemade reading log.

  • Read and Think Bookmarks

    These bookmarks will provide thinking frames for your students as they read, encouraging deeper thinking and strengthening comprehension.

  • Short and Sweet Summaries

    Use this resource with your students to practice writing concise fiction summaries.

  • Reading Comprehension: Dr. Dolittle

    Young readers can build their comprehension skills as they read this passage from a children's classic, "The Story of Dr. Dolittle."

  • The Elephant's Child: Reading Comprehension

    Enjoy Rudyard Kipling's delightful story, "The Elephant's Child", complete with a word search and reading comprehension questions about the story!

  • Making Inferences in a Fictional Text

    This reading activity gives kids practice supporting inferences with evidence.

  • Compare the Fairy Tales

    Many folk tales share similarities, but are also very different. Can you find the similarities and differences between these two stories?

  • 3-2-1 Read!

    With this exercise, students will think deeply about their reading by describing important events, asking questions, and making comparisons.

  • The Crab that Played with the Sea

    Introduce your little reader to some classic childhood literature, with Rudyard Kipling's charming story "The Crab That Played with the Sea."

  • Identify the Author's Purpose

    Authors persuade, inform, and entertain through various types of writing! Students set out to identify the author’s purpose.

  • Tracking Character Traits

    With this reading exercise, students will identify a character’s traits and provide evidence from the text.

  • Comparing Characters

    Comparing characters in books is a great way to learn more about them, and learn more about how important characters are to books.

  • Write a Simple Summary

    Teach your students to write a simple summary using an easy-to-follow set of keywords.

  • Fourth Grade Reading Log

    Kids reflect on what they read with this reading log.

  • Paraphrasing Practice

    Paraphrasing is all about summing up a lengthy text, and it can be a great way to help your child hone reading comprehension skills.

  • A Motivated Problem Solver

    Use this resource with your students to practice not only identifying the problem and solution in a text, but also the character’s attempts at solving the problem.

  • Close Reading Annotations

    Use this chocolate-themed exercise to introduce your students to close reading with annotations.

  • Dominican Republic Facts

    Take an imaginary trip to a country that loves baseball, boxing and basketball. It's not America -- it's the Dominican Republic!

  • Make a Match: Reading Genres

    Kids match reading genres to descriptions in this worksheet.