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Fourth Grade Ela Reading Non 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.
- What is Horror?
Read some dark excerpts from the famous forefathers of horror writing and try your hand at it.
- What is Fiction?
One of the most popular genres is fiction. Learn what this genre is, who some of its most famous authors are, and try to write some yourself!
- Main Idea: Working Dogs
With this helpful resource, your students will use a graphic organizer to record the main idea and supporting details of a short text.
- Gutenberg Printing Press
Did you know that people used to write whole books by hand? Learn about Gutenberg's printing press, an invention that revolutionized book-making.
- Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
What do you in Ancient Greece when you have more money than you need? You build a giant tomb structure, of course!
- Neroli Fairhall
Learn about the history of archery with a famous Olympian: Neroli Fairhall!
- Crop Circles
Ever wonder about those mysterious crop circles that show up in fields across the world? Engage in a fun conversation about this interesting type of geoglyph.
- Voynich Manuscript
Learn about one of the world's most mysterious pieces of written text, the Voynich manuscript, which has never been deciphered.
- Aladdin Story
In this abridged Aladdin story, a poor beggar boy gets everything he desires with the help of a wily genie...but at what cost?
- Alice in Wonderland Genre
In what literary genre does Alice in Wonderland lie? Read this passage and see if you can use the clues in it to decide for yourself.
- Washington, D.C.
Kids learn about our nation's capital with this fun worksheet that teaches them geography, history, and the interesting reason why D.C. was never made a state.