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Ereading Worksheets provides teachers, parents, and motivated students with high-quality reading worksheets, activites, 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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Reading Skills
Ereading Worksheets

Updated: These awesome Ereading Worksheets can be used in any modern browser (including tablets and phones). Students practice reading skills and receive instant feedback. You can print, save, or email results as a PDF.

Author’s Purpose Practice 1
Author’s Purpose Practice 2
Author’s Purpose Practice 3
Fact and Opinion Practice 1
Fact and Opinion Practice 2
Fact and Opinion Practice 3
Figurative Language Practice 1
Figurative Language Practice 1 With Long Responses
Figurative Language Practice 2
Figurative Language Practice 2 With Long Responses
Figurative Language Practice 3
Figurative Language Practice 3 With Long Responses
Figurative Language Practice 4 | Edgar Allan Poe
Figurative Language Practice 4 With Long Responses
Figurative Language Practice 5 | O’Henry
Figurative Language Practice 5 With Long Responses
Figurative Language Practice 6 | Shakespeare
Genre and Subgenre Practice 1
Genre and Subgenre Practice 2
Making Inferences Practice 2
Nonfiction Reading Test 1 | Submarines
Nonfiction Reading Test 2 | Tigers
Nonfiction Reading Test 3 | Castles
Nonfiction Reading Test 4 | Gutenberg
Nonfiction Reading Test 5 | The Statue of Liberty
Point of View Practice 1 | Multiple Choice Only
Point of View Practice 1 | With Long Responses
Point of View Practice 2 | Multiple Choice Only
Point of View Practice 2 | With Long Responses
Text Structure Practice 1
Text Structure Practice 2
Text Structure Practice 3
Text Structure Practice 4
Text Structure Practice 5
Story Structure Practice 1

Flash Based Ereading Worksheets: These require flash to use so they can’t play on many phones and tablets. Students answer multiple choice questions about reading skills and can print their results when they are finished. I am working to update all of these to HTML 5 format, but it takes a long time. One cool thing about this format is that you can embed them on your website.

Nouns Practice Test 1
Nouns Practice Test 2
Capitalization Practice Test 1
Capitalization Practice Test 2
Subjects, Predicates, and Objects Practice Test 1
Subjects, Predicates, and Objects Practice Test 2
Prepositions Practice Test 1
Prepositions Practice Test 2
Adjectives and Adverbs Practice Test 1
Adjectives and Adverbs Practice Test 2


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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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217 Comments

  1. Keith Tanner

     /  June 12, 2013

    My grades 7-9 English classes have gained immensely from your obvious hard work. Unlike generic worksheets that are aimed mostly at killing time, the content you provide is rich and relevant. Thank you!

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  2. Stacey

     /  June 18, 2013

    This site is very helpful! Thanks!!!

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  3. op

     /  June 19, 2013

    i like this website

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  4. Sydney Hambley

     /  June 19, 2013

    ThAnK YoU FoR MaKiNg ThIs WeBsItE!

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  5. aj

     /  June 20, 2013

    thanks for the help

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  6. jenna

     /  July 18, 2013

    I’m new to teaching 6th grade and SO appreciate all the work you’ve done putting this site together. Our team has used several of your activities to help create homework assignments, classwork, and assessments. It is nice to have a starting point when creating my own activities. Thank you!

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  7. Kristen

     /  September 3, 2013

    i LOVE this website its so fun to use all my students use it and my kids at home use it!!

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  8. this website really help me thankyou

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  9. Jill

     /  September 17, 2013

    We have found your site very helpful in giving formative pre and post assessments to help us guide our core instruction. Thanks!!!

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  10. Michaell

     /  September 18, 2013

    thanks so much!

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  11. Angel Wolfe

     /  September 20, 2013

    hey I like the Orpheus Game

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  12. Bob Richard

     /  September 20, 2013

    This is a cool web site!

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  13. rolande

     /  September 25, 2013

    thanks a lot for this wonderful english material for my clases.

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  14. Just came across this website when searching for reading intervention activities. There are so many resources here that I can utilize! Thank you!

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  15. Mom

     /  October 4, 2013

    I believe the topics for some of the exercises are not age appropriate and suggest the be reviewed.
    http://www.ereadingworksheets.com/reading-worksheets/making-inferences-answers.html

    #8 and #9

    Thank you

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  16. Tracy

     /  October 4, 2013

    Mr. Morton, I assume you take responsibility for these so-called reading worksheets? The grammar and usage is appalling. I found several errors and just plain bad writing in the first one I looked at (http://www.ereadingworksheets.com/reading-worksheets/making-inferences-answers.html). It certainly was not my intention to be critical, but the errors are so glaring I could’t help it. To list a few, “everyday”, “up stairs”, and “newly suspicious palms”. In this sense, you should use the everyday, two-word phrase “every day”. On the other hand, “upstairs” is where one goes, typically by walking up the stairs. Palms may get warm, palms may get clammy, but palms do not, ever, become suspicious, newly or not! I urge you to consider revising this material or simply take it down before it does more harm.

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  17. Miss Fortune

     /  October 10, 2013

    Your beautiful website has helped our students to grow into a butterfly and shine.

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  18. Vanessa Seijo

     /  November 25, 2013

    I am bookmarking this site! Thank you! You are a life-saver.

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  19. Leslie

     /  December 5, 2013

    Thank you for your wonderful website! The organization of this file is off as the paragraphs on the 2nd page are not arranged properly.

    Please take a look.

    http://www.ereadingworksheets.com/reading-comprehension-worksheets/nonfiction-reading-test-4-gutenberg.pdf

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  20. Thank you the creaters of this website:):):):):):):):P:P:P:P:P:X:X:X:X

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  21. Jay

     /  January 9, 2014

    Thanks for such a great website my 14th grade class is learning soooooo much

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  22. Cordelia Yates

     /  January 17, 2014

    Thanks a million for making this worksheets available and free. I truly appreciate. I use it a lot with my students.
    Cordelia Yates

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  23. Desiree Beard

     /  January 23, 2014

    Thank you so much for this incredible resource!! The amount of time and effort put into this is so appreciated!!!

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  24. H. Mason

     /  February 3, 2014

    As a new teacher, your site has been a life-saver on many days for me!! Thank you!

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  25. SBrayfield

     /  February 3, 2014

    Thank you for providing this excellent resource! I have used your worksheets throughout this year (and last) and have found them to be exactly the type of activity that was needed to help students practice a specific skill when there wasn’t enough time to read an entire novel or short story. Perfect.

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  26. this is great

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  27. Lekijsha

     /  February 21, 2014

    Wow! Wow! Wow!
    This is such a great resource. I so appreciate all the work of composing these worksheets and PPP and web practices for use by others.

    They are jewels in your crown :)

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  28. Tiana

     /  February 28, 2014

    Thank you for the rigorous (and free) content!

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  29. Amber

     /  March 4, 2014

    This is an awesome website. I LoVe It.

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  30. Amber

     /  March 4, 2014

    I am going to book mark this, it has saved my life in Language Arts!!!!!!

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  31. Rohr

     /  March 9, 2014

    As a district with 1:1 ipads, your ereadingworksheets are invaluable! Thank you for your hard work. I have used so many things from your site, do you ever sleep???

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    • Ha ha.
      Not since I had my second child.

      Micronaps.

      Anyway,
      I’m so happy that some people are using these.

      I’m going to make a slew more this summer.
      I’d like to get a more fluid navigation,

      more like a web-app too.

      Thanks for taking the time to comment.

      Best wishes!

      Reply
  32. kristel

     /  March 17, 2014

    good worksheets and absolutely free . . . helped me a lot… tnx

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  33. Krista

     /  March 18, 2014

    Mr. Morton, I know you have received many emails, etc. about your questionable topic(s) in your inference worksheets…..and I know that, after much (I feel, well-deserved) criticism over the Ruby scenario, you have since edited it. I wish it hadn’t taken as long as it did, though, since my child’s 4th grade gifted teacher gave a copy as an assignment a couple of weeks ago. I saw posts dating back to at least 2 1/2 years ago about it, but it was only about 6 months ago or less that you altered it. Aside from not understanding why/how you would really find any of those scenarios in Worksheet 1 or 2 to be both appropriate or necessary for most grade levels, especially as a writing/English/language assignment, I feel like some of your responses to those posts have been quite dismissive…..arrogant even. I think you are probably fully aware that many/most teachers don’t take the time to read every word of everything they hand out as an assignment (even though I personally think they should, if for no other reason than to avoid something like this being given out). With the exception of the Cassie scenario, I find all of the examples have a very negative scenario. What is the point of that? There are many other things that can be written about that you do not have to try so hard to surreptitiously normalize negative, aberrant, or illegal behavior…..without being overly simplistic. Many of the other worksheets in other sections of this site also have some questionable material, too, but they are slightly more benign, and are not as fleshed out or descriptive. Some of the language used in these scenarios read like an adult/romance novel…..or a soap opera skit…..or an afterschool special. Are you the author of any/all of the other worksheets, too? If so, I will try to recommend that any of my child’s teachers try to steer clear of this site in the future. Common Core is not a good thing to many people. :-(

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    • Actually, Krista,
      I do expect teachers to read everything that they are
      distributing to their students.

      How can you possibly be prepared to teach something
      that you haven’t read?

      You do not like the worksheets that I have created.

      You think that I have behaved arrogantly
      and that I display bad judgement.

      I do not agree with your estimation,
      but I can accept it,

      but please don’t mistake my site as a representation of Common Core.

      People hate Common Core without really understanding it.

      Reply
  34. This is so good

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  35. Shaquasha Berry

     /  March 21, 2014

    love tis website

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  36. Zaidi

     /  March 23, 2014

    A big thank you from India where people depend a lot on English for jobs and careers.

    Reply
  37. I just want to say: THANK YOU for SHARING YOUR GIFTS with the WORLD!

    In a pinch…you’re a cinch! A little rhyme to demonstrate the appreciation I have for your worksheets. The worksheets are quality products designed for teachers who want engaging, yet rigorous assignments for their students. Of course, rigor is relative! Thanks again!

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  38. I don’t understand how I am supposed to do 10 theme questions in less than in hour if I cant find anything. Can someone please help me?

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  39. Ellen Gilbert

     /  March 29, 2014

    Some of these examples are completely innapropriate! The example of a woman finding a barrette with hair color other than her own on her bedroom floor implying that her husband committed adultery is appalling! In addition, the poor grammar and sentence structure makes me fear for any student that reads the examples and thinks that the writing is acceptable.

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  40. J

     /  March 30, 2014

    Phenomenal information…
    Thank you!

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  41. Morgan

     /  April 3, 2014

    Thanks for sharing all your hard work and for free! These are probably some of the highest quality worksheets out there. I teach high level 4th graders, and they have benefited greatly from your sheets.

    Reply
  42. Thank you so much mr.mortan, this is a great site and helps us a lot, by the way, how do you make an app?

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    • Well, there are many ways to go about it. Basically, you can learn to code. If you are making an iPhone app, you need to learn Objective C. If you are making an Android app you need to learn Java. There are some nice frame works and wrap-arounds that you can use to simplify the process. For example, I make games using http://www.impactjs.com which allows you to make browser games with just a little bit of JavaScript knowledge.

      I encourage you to pursue your interest.
      Check out programming books at the library and start learning today.

      Reply
  43. Tulasi

     /  April 14, 2014

    This site is really very useful and substitutes teacher.We wish many more texts to be added for more practice grade wise even if you charge.Thank you TEAM Readworks

    Reply
    • I will be adding much content this summer.
      I hope to add flurries of content for all grade levels to this page.

      Reply
  44. ally

     /  April 14, 2014

    this is a great website for my kids to study on keep up the good work

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  45. i love this website :3

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  46. flappy bird master

     /  April 21, 2014

    this website is awesome and it helped me :3

    Reply

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