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Fourth Grade Ela Reading Fiction WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- Elements of a Story: Circle Chart
Use this graphic organizer to help your students identify the four elements of a fictional story: characters, setting, problem, and solution.
- The Wizard of Oz Setting
Is your child having trouble with reading comprehension? The wizard can help!
- Endangered Species: Red-Shanked Douc Langur
Get to know one of the most unique and colorful monkeys, the red-shanked douc langur. Read about why they are an endangered species with this info-sheet.
- Sinbad the Sailor
Go on a reading adventure with Sinbad the Sailor, a hero of Middle Eastern myth and a great excuse to practice reading comprehension.
- Making Connections: Thinking Stems
These thinking stems will set the stage for a rich reading environment and spark thoughtful reading responses.
- Literature Response Reflection Cards
Help your students think deeply about literature with these helpful conversation starters.
- Making Predictions Task Cards
Use these task cards to get your reflective readers making and adjusting predictions about their texts.
- Endangered Species: Black-Footed Ferret
Get in tune with nature, and read a bit about an endangered species of animal, the Black-footed Ferret. Your child can color an illustration as he reads.
- Problem & Solution Organizer
Use an open-ended graphic organizer to help your students identify the problem and solution in three stories.
- Characters in Books
Learn all about characters and their motives with this worksheet that deconstructs the children's classic, Peter Rabbit.
- Poetry Guide
This comprehensive exercise will introduce your students to twelve elements of poetry and six types of poems.
- The Boy Who Cried Wolf: Making Text Connections
Students will make meaningful connections between an adapted story from Aesop’s Fables and the world around them!
- Temple of Artemis
Take a trip back in time to visit the temple of the Greek goddess of the hunt, Artemis!
- What is Nonfiction?
Learn about famous nonfiction writers such as Henry David Thoreau and Jack London in this fun worksheet, then try writing some nonfiction yourself.
- Asking Questions: Before, During, and After
This is a comprehension resource for students to record their questions before, during, and after they have read nonfiction text.
- Endangered Species: Baird's Tapir
Introduce your child to a fascinating new animal, the Baird's tapir. This is just one of many endangered species around the world.
- Let’s Investigate!
Kids identify information about characters and setting in this worksheet.
- Franklin D. Roosevelt Biography
Learn more about FDR and his influence on the country in this biography worksheet.
- Colossus of Rhodes
Get to know this towering wonder of the ancient world and discover the inspiration for its creation.
- The Crane Wife
Read through this version of The Crane Wife and answer comprehension questions along the way.
- Making Connections Between Fiction and Nonfiction
Use this organizer to compare facts from a nonfiction text with examples from a novel or short story.
- Making Connections Part 2: Literary Response
Practice strategic reading and allow children to monitor their own thinking and make connections between texts and life.
- Comparing Two Fiction Texts
This resource gives your students the chance to read two fiction texts and compare and contrast the characters, setting, and plot.
- Fantasy Genre Discussion Cards
Use these discussion cards to get your students talking about the elements that are unique to the fantasy genre.