All Reading Worksheets

I spent much of my time as an educator creating materials to effectively target essential reading skills. I spent many more years compiling and posting these materials to this website.

Here is a list of all the worksheet pages on this website. These materials are aligned to Common Core State Standards when possible, and I have included the standards on the bottom of each page to help you with your lesson planning. Being a teacher is one of the hardest jobs in the world, but it is also one of the most necessary. I hope that these materials help make your job a little bit easier and allow you to give more of your limited time and attention to your students.

Reading Worksheets

Figurative Language

Genre

Language Arts

Point of View

Text Structure

Feel free to leave a comment or email me directly with any questions, concerns, or feedbacks.

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168 Comments

  1. Stacey

     /  April 9, 2014

    So this is what it feels like to stumble upon greatness! Necessary site for anyone who teaches. Thank you!

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    • That is kind of you to say.
      There will be some big additions over the summer.

      You’re going to love it.
      Come back again.

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  2. Pam

     /  April 9, 2014

    Thank you! You are a teacher saver!

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  3. cassandra cain

     /  May 19, 2014

    I so appreciate your work. I do not have time to create work of such a rigorous nature.
    Namasta

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  4. Kamari Gabriela

     /  June 12, 2014

    This is the best teaching. I cant wait for the Big additions.

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    • I’m so happy to hear it. The additions will begin in July and likely carry on through into September. Thanks for visiting!

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  5. Amanda

     /  June 22, 2014

    I can’t begin to thank you enough for this incredible resource. We are changing over to the Teachers College Workshop Model and I have been scouring the web for a site just like this! I will be a second-year teacher, so I can truly say that without these resources, I would be lost! You are a saint and an incredible teacher. Thank you again!!!

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    • I’m so happy to help. Thank you for taking the time to comment. It’s words like these that motivate me. Best wishes now and in the future.

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  6. teri

     /  July 27, 2014

    Bless you!

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  7. Teri

     /  September 12, 2014

    I need to differentiate for social studies and would love to see some informational text worksheets on your site. I’m also looking for a way to develop literature circles for my chapters in my social studies books (non fiction informational texts).

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    • I’m working on more informational texts now. I’m going to do a big functional passages / informational writing overhaul that should be complete by the holidays. It should be pretty awesome. Then perhaps social studies, as I did teach it for a couple of years and I have some materials piled up. Thank you for the feedback.

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  8. Gosney

     /  September 19, 2014

    You are amazing! I love this resource and use it almost daily!

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  9. Kerry

     /  September 21, 2014

    Like many others who have already posted, I am absolutely blown away by your work creating these materials and your generosity in sharing them with all of us. Thank you so much for all of the time and energy you have put into designing these materials and the website. You are a true inspiration.

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  10. kathryn smith

     /  October 2, 2014

    You have done an amazing job this past summer adding to your resources! I can only imagine the time you have spent on this and it is well appreciated. This school year has been fantastic. On notetaking days, students begin with note taking and an instructional piece and then launch into your practice pieces. The practice pieces lend themselves very well to Kagan Structures. It has been fun to walk around the classroom and listen to them discussing their thoughts and responses. Thank you. Do you have some sheets on mood, I did not see any. You may want to take a look at Kathie Nunley’s layered curriculum for your novel units. Teachers around the country have contributed to this resource. There are some great ideas there too that you may be able to tweak into what you want.

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    • Thank you so much for your praise and thoughtful feedback. I’d love to make some mood worksheets, but I’m focused heavily on some backend stuff right now that will help people find what they are looking for by grade level and CCSS standard. Thanks again for the suggestions and best wishes!

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  11. Jillian

     /  October 5, 2014

    I have used this site over the years and it continues to be one of my favorites. A life saver for a busy teacher like myself. Please keep up the great work. YOU ARE APPRECIATED!!!

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