Ereading Worksheets provides teachers, parents, and motivated students with high-quality reading worksheets, activities, and resources aligned with Common Core State Standards. This website uses a skill focused approach where each activity targets a specific set of skills. The resources on this website cover a broad range of reading, writing, and language arts skills and everything is ad supported and completely free of cost. I designed most of the activities on this site to be used with my 7th and 8th grade students, but when possible I have included .rtf files which you may use to edit and modify each assignment for your particular use. I believe that the assignments on this website are most appropriate for students grade 6-12, but with a few modifications these activities can be adapted for any grade level.

I am committed to expanding and improving the content on this site and have begun to embrace an all digital assignment format that I call the “Ereading Worksheet.” I hope that you find this website useful and may you see the same growth and success in the classroom with your students as I have seen with mine.

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I am working diligently to continue to update and improve this website. Send comments, questions, corrections, or feedback to [email protected] or post in the comments below and I will reply as soon as I am able.

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  1. Erica

     /  November 8, 2015

    Absolutely love the materials! So grateful for this website and your hard work.

  2. John

     /  October 19, 2015

    Great work! Thanks so much. I really appreciate the material and my students will improve because of your great work!

  3. karima

     /  October 1, 2015

    Dear teacher,
    This website is quite helpful. My students enjoy it a lot. Thanks

  4. Sharon

     /  September 30, 2015

    I appreciate all the wonderful resources on this site! Thank you so much!

  5. Barber

     /  September 29, 2015

    This is my first year teaching reading and this website has helped tremendously! I feel a lot less stress about if I’m teaching this right or not now :)

  6. Tomas

     /  September 28, 2015

    Thank you so much for these resources! You’re da bomb.

  7. Tomas

     /  September 28, 2015

    Good website.

  8. Evangelyn Guittap

     /  September 21, 2015

    Dear Teacher,
    Am very thankful for your worksheets because it saves me time to do it on my own.This is an amazing website. May God gives you more wisdom and patience to add or update your website.


    Evangelyn Guittap

  9. John

     /  September 16, 2015

    Thank you for being such a great teacher in creating these activities and such a generous professional in sharing them.

  10. Ryan

     /  September 16, 2015


  11. Maximus

     /  September 16, 2015

    A good way to get education.

  12. amirah

     /  September 9, 2015

    this website helped me a lot in planning for classroom activity. thank you to all the admins! Lots of love from Malaysia :)

  13. LeeAnn

     /  September 4, 2015

    Thank you for all of the excellent lessons, resources, and worksheets!!! You are awesome!!!

  14. Reading Teacher

     /  September 4, 2015

    I just want you to know how much your worksheets and PowerPoints have helped my students. I work in a very low income rural district. They hired me to help improve reading scores and of course had no curriculum and no intention of buying anything. Thank goodness I found your website! My 7th and 8th graders saw a 50% increase on their state achievement test! And they absolutely love trashketball!

  15. michael

     /  September 3, 2015

    ntext clues worksheet question. “Even when the police officers placed handcuffs on my mother, she maintained her dignity, holding her head up high as she was marched off the protest line.” Is this type of worksheet question aligned with the Common Core Standards? Very odd for a worksheet question considering the following statements were about sunshine and flowers. Appears as a ruse to influence my child. Inappropriate at the least

    • Common Core State Standards are a set of educational standards. They do not represent any particular content. I have aligned activities on this website with the Common Core State Standards. I am in no way affiliated with the organization that produced the Common Core State Standards. I apologize that you found the content that I produced to be inappropriate. I respect your right to parent as you see fit, but please do not forget that our country has been built and shaped by protestors, and that standing up for what one feels is “right” does not have to be inappropriate, so long as it is done in a civil manner.

  16. Concerned Teacher

     /  August 25, 2015

    I believe there are several errors on your capitalization practice answer key.

    21. Bekka read Someone to Love Me for her book report.
    22. Keisha invited her friends to a Pool Party for her Birthday ERROR: pool party/birthday
    23. Did she name the kitten Sunshine because of its golden fur?
    24. I wonder if he read the book in social studies class.
    25. On Monday, Ms. Smith gave us a science project.
    26. the Amazon River is the longest river in South America. ERROR: The
    27. Get me a Big Mac, would you?
    28. Janet said wearily, “Could you help me up?”

  17. Celine

     /  August 22, 2015

    Thank you so much for sharing this excellent material. Do you know where I could find similar worksheets that combine a grade 1 and 2 level reading level with grades 6-12 interest? Thank you in advance for any help you can provide, and thank you again for this great resource.

    • I am afraid that I know of no such resource, but I’d like to add more content for younger students this year.

      Best wishes.

  18. Shanna

     /  August 20, 2015

    This site is fantastic! I use the resources for my homeschooled 6th grader. One thing that would be helpful is for the online reading comp report to include the Q&A responses for the multiple choice questions. We could then use them for reporting to our charter school and I could review incorrect answers with my student.

    • That’s a great suggestion. I’m going to revise the format of these quizzes and add some new ones this year. I will implement your suggestion.

      Best wishes!

  19. Lucy

     /  August 12, 2015

    Thank you for this wonderful resource. My son was slipping through the cracks in school and teachers these days don’t seem to have the time or inclination to assist them further when required.

  20. samuel denson

     /  July 30, 2015

    hello this is my first time on this site in a while but it seems there are a lot of improvements this is a wonderful educational site thank you for all you do

    • You are most welcome. Thank you for coming back. I’m continually updating the site… though usually in batches.

  21. Val

     /  July 21, 2015


    I use your resources for my son who is Autism Spectrum. Text understanding is very difficult as he has language difficulties. I find your โ€Don’t tell. Show worksheet” is useful. At the moment, there are not much worksheets. I found one and the exercise is mainly given the “telling” and ask to write “showing” . Would it possible to have more. Many Thanks!

  22. TRISY

     /  June 23, 2015

    Thanks to this site I finally understand what a semicolon is used for! yay thanks!

  23. melina

     /  June 10, 2015

    Hi Mr.Morton,

    I just wanted to thank you for putting effort into all these worksheets. You truly represent the idea of valuable education and improving lives through literacy

  24. Kaya Now

     /  May 14, 2015

    This is a really great site. My students love the interactive content!

    • I’m so happy. I’m working hard on a new application for the internet and iOS. Just taking a short break to moderate comments. Best wishes!


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