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4th Grade Reading Worksheets

4th grade students are curious and full of wonderment. It's best if you put their energies to work reading appropriate leveled texts and practicing reading skills. And what better way to do that than with the activities on this page? This page has all of my reading worksheets written at the 4th grade level. I used this open source tool to determine the readability scores of my worksheets, but you should read and approve each of them yourself for quality and appropriateness before giving them to children. I encourage you to allow worksheets written for the next two grade levels as well. Reading scores vary wildly based on which algorithm one uses. The readability scores on this page are an average of those score. Still, it's sensible to open up the gates a bit to allow for a richer variety of appropriately leveled content. Click the button underneath this text to do so.

Only Include Worksheets Written at the 4th Grade Level Not Recommended
Include Worksheets Within 1 Grade Level (3rd and 5th)
Include Worksheets Within 2 Grade Levels (2nd through 6th) Recommended


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Reading Comprehension
Fact and Opinion
Figurative Language
Inferences
Making Predictions
Point of View
Story Structure

Reading Comprehension Worksheets

Metal Detectors | Nonfiction Reading Test - This activity features a reading passage about metal detectors. Then they answer Common Core aligned multiple-choice and long-response questions. This is great practice for standardized tests. View my readibility scores.
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Seat Belts | Nonfiction Reading Test - This worksheet might save someone's life. It is a persuasive text about why people should wear seat belts. It has multiple-choice and long-response questions to promote authentic learning. View my readibility scores.
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Black Friday | Nonfiction Reading Test - Black Friday has become an increasingly important phenomenon in the world of consumers. Students can learn about this interesting ritual while practicing their reading skill with multiple-choice and extended-response questions. View my readibility scores.
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Hummingbirds | Nonfiction Reading Test - There sure are some strange birds out there. Hummingbirds are included in that group. Learn more about these unique pollinators in reading passage. Students answer Common Core aligned multiple-choice and extended-response questions after the passage. View my readibility scores.
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Fact and Opinion Worksheets

Fact and Opinion Worksheet 4 - This worksheet has 25 statements about pizza. Students determine whether each statement is a fact or opinion. Then they explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Fact and Opinion Worksheet 5 - This worksheet has 25 statements about cars. Students determine whether each is fact or opinion and then explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Worksheets

Figurative Language Worksheet 7 - This worksheet has 10 more examples of simile, metaphor, hyperbole, and personification. Students read each example, determine the technique, and explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Poetic Devices Worksheet 5 - This worksheet has 10 snippets of poetry, each rich in poetic devices. Students read each example and determine which techniques are being used: alliteration, consonance, onomatopoeia, repetition, rhyme, and /or rhythm. Then they refer to the text to explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Poetic Devices and Figurative Language Worksheet - This worksheet reinforces students' knowledge of alliteration, rhyme, onomatopoeia, idiom, simile, metaphor, hyperbole, and personification. Students read 26 poetry snippets and identify the techniques used in each example. Then they refer to the text to explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Inferences Worksheets

Inferences Worksheet 2 - This worksheet will give students some much needed practice with making inferences. How do I know that this practice is "much needed"? Because all students need more practice with making inferences. View my readibility scores.
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Inferences Worksheet 4 - This worksheet has 4 more curious scenarios. Students read the passages and answer questions by making inferences from the text. Then they explain their answers by referring to the text. View my readibility scores.
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Inferences Worksheet 5 - This worksheet features four reading passages, each followed by a series of inferential questions. Students read the passages and practice their inferencing skills by answering the questions. Then they support their answers with text. View my readibility scores.
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Inferences Worksheet 8 - Wow, another double-sided inferences worksheet. This one has four more interesting scenarios and ten inferential questions. This worksheet also asks students to support their answers with textual evidence. View my readibility scores.
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Infer the Setting Worksheet 2 - In this worksheet students read five very short passages and find clues that reveal the setting of each. They then describe the setting of each passage and support their answers with text. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheets

Point of View Worksheet | Works of Roald Dahl - Roald Dahl is a favorite writer among budding readers and their teachers for good reason. This worksheet has 9 paragraphs taken from his collection. Students identify the narrator's perspective in each paragraph and then explain their answers. This worksheet only asks students to distinguish between first, second, and third-person, but it could be easily modified to allow for objective, limited, and omniscient narrative modes as well. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheet 9 - Students read 7 paragraphs written from either first, second, or third-person perspective. Students determine the narrator's perspective and explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheet 10 - This worksheet features another 8 paragraphs written from a variety of perspectives. Students determine whether each story is told from first, second, or third-person perspective. Then they explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Test 1 - Students determine the narrator's perspective in 10 different texts and answer multiple-choice questions. Then they match terms to definitions. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Test 2 - Students read ten passages narrated from a variety of perspectives. They determine whether each is told from first, second, third-person objective, third-person limited, or third-person omniscient perspective. Then they match point of view terms to the matching definitions. View my readibility scores.
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Those 4th grade students are special little angels. Each of them, even the ones with horns... the band members. We love them. And I hope that you love the worksheets and activities on this page. If you do, leave a comment below and let me know. I am always inspired by your comments. Thanks for visiting!

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7 Comments

  1. Jardin

     /  December 4, 2016

    Quality for equality. Thank you.

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  2. Leen

     /  November 29, 2016

    I like to read from you

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  3. Shaam

     /  July 21, 2016

    Thanks a million gfor all your resources. They are fabulous.

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  4. terrence

     /  February 8, 2016

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  5. Mrs. Rhine

     /  January 14, 2016

    This is a great resource!!! Thank you so much!!!

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  6. Farah Malik

     /  October 23, 2015

    this is great help, have no words to say thanks…..

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