Fourth Grade Ela Reading Non Fiction WorksheetsBack
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- Nonfiction Text Features Checklist
Develop your students’ critical eye with this nonfiction text features checklist! This resource can be used with the Comparing Nonfiction Text Features lesson plan.
- Inferences & Evidence
Students can use this graphic organizer to make inferences as they read fiction or nonfiction texts.
- The Battles of Lexington and Concord
The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the "shot heard around the world" and began the American Revolution.
- Detecting the Author's Purpose
Students will set out to categorize different types of text using the author's purpose as a guide.
- Firsthand or Secondhand Account?
During this reading exercise, students will work in small groups to look at various sample passages and sort them based on firsthand or secondhand accounts.
- History of Soul
Celebrate Black History Month by learning about soul music and the history of African-Americans in pop music, all in this soulful worksheet!
- Look Around! Using Context Clues
Students will use context clues as they select the meaning of words.
- What is Drama?
You may not think drama and theater is its own literary genre, but it requires a whole different style of writing and storytelling.
- Nonfiction Text Features: Wild, Wild Weather
Use this resource with your students to read an interesting article about weather while gathering information from text features.
- Writing a Nonfiction Summary: The Mimic Octopus
Practice writing nonfiction summaries as you read and learn about an interesting ocean creature.
- What is Science Fiction?
Science fiction is a hugely popular genre of books, movies and TV shows. Read this worksheet to get a taste of some of the originators of sci-fi.
- Nonfiction Comprehension: Main Idea & Context Clues
In this exercise, students will practice an active reading strategy while building their vocabulary!
- Peru Facts
Find out all about the gorgeous mountains, delicious food and unusual national animals that make Peru such a unique and wonderful nation.
- Texas Declaration of Independence
Did you know that Texas was once an independent country? Travel back in time to learn about the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence in 1836.
- What Keeps the Moon in Orbit?
Have you ever wondered what keeps the moon in orbit? Newton's first law gets a quick introduction, too, in this worksheet for kids. Check it out!
- Reading Corner: Main Idea & Details Part 2
Reading a short passage is a great way to get kids thinking about the main idea and its supporting details.
- Freshwater Fish
40% of all known fish species call ponds, lakes, rivers, and other fresh water habitats home. Learn about freshwater fish in this worksheet.
- Identifying the Main Idea & Details
As your students complete this reading comprehension exercise, they will learn about their lungs while practicing active reading skills.
- Finding Word Meaning: Context Clues & Text Features
As your students read through this passage, they will underline key words and reinforce their understanding of those words in context.
- Compare & Contrast Nonfiction Texts: The Underground Railroad
Students will compare two informational texts on the same topic using a Venn diagram.
- All About Marie Curie
Teach your child history, science and reading all at once with this short biography of Marie Curie, a scientist and the first woman to earn a Nobel Prize.
- Women in History: Pocahontas
Pocahontas was a heroine to the settlers of Jamestown, Virginia. Read more about her with this history worksheet.
- Nonfiction Text Structures Part 1: Compare & Contrast
Students will analyze a nonfiction text using a compare and contrast structure.
- Search for Nonfiction Text Features
As your students hunt for various text features, they’ll learn that these features provide important information about the text they’re reading!