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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 skill set, but you can also browse the reading worksheets by grade level.

The resources on this website cover a broad range of reading, writing, and language arts skills. And this site has a growing collection of online reading activities. Everything on here is free for home and classroom use. I am committed to expanding and improving the content on this site and making it easy to access for learners around the world. Subscribe now to receive emails about new content and big updates to this site.

Some of the Useful Pages on this Site:

Reading Resources

Figurative Language Resources

Language Arts Resources

Writing Resources


This site is a labor of love. It has grown tremendously over the years, and I am still working diligently to continue to update and improve this website.

Send comments, questions, corrections, or feedback to or post in the comments below. I’m just one person, but I try my best to reply to vistors, meet requests, and offer help when I can. Thanks for visiting!

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  1. Ariella Moonly

     /  September 28, 2020

    so I did stuff…
    I do hate the way that the writer in the trampoline article stated that you shouldn’t
    teach your self how to flip with out gymnastics/parkour experts monitoring and spotting you.
    and this is dearly untrue as I taught my self to
    flip with out a spot.
    oh and how come there are hundreds maybe even thousands of self taught gymnastics/parkour journeys growing viral on YouTube.

  2. Celeste McKenzie

     /  September 22, 2020

    When my kids try to save it just spins and doesn’t save. If they go to print it does come up with a page with their score but they cannot send it to me. We are working on iPads, BTW.

  3. Celeste

     /  September 22, 2020

    Is there a way to see students’ work and how they scored on an activity?

  4. donna

     /  May 18, 2020

    Hi – how do I send to Google Classroom? And how do kids type on them??? Thanks!

    • Google Classroom integration is only available on the online worksheets:

      You click the black square button with the people on it on the starting slide when you are logged into your classroom account.
      I could take a screenshot if that explanation is confusing.
      Students go to the links and complete the assignments within the browser window,typing their responses in the textboxes that appear as they progress.
      When they are done, they should save all their results and responses.No data is ever stored, so I can’t recover it if they lose it.
      Then they can mail that PDF to you or use the built in emailing function at the end of the test.

      Try one out and see if that makes sense:

      • Noelle Preece

         /  September 28, 2020

        I used an eReading online activity for a virtual Friday assignment and told the students to email me their results afterward. In the past I had gotten a cool email with a large grade on it but this time, I got nothing…NO emails despite a bunch of kids in google classroom showing that they had turned it in. Why did I get no emails this time? Also, above in your comment you said the students have to save their responses. Where do they save them? HOW do they save them for me to see their scores?

        • The most common reason why people do not receive the emails is because they are using school address with restrictions. In other words, the IT department is stopping you from getting emails from my server.

          One way to solve this problem is to ask the IT people to whitelist emails from This will allow you to receive the emails. The other work around is to have your students send their results to a personal email account (such as Gmail) that your IT department does not control. Then there will be no restrictions.

          As for saving their results, at the end of each activity there are buttons. One is a letter (used for email). Another is a disk (used for saving). A third is a printer (used for printing). I recommend that they either save the PDF to their computers using the SAVE button or print their results and store the print out. Either works I guess.

          Best wishes!

  5. Gemma Espadero

     /  May 14, 2020

    I really love your works here. Thanks for this wonderful site. I am a mother and at the same time an educator. God bless you

  6. Kinzola mamy-irene

     /  May 6, 2020

    Hi Mr Morton
    I’m a new parent of grade 9 , i just receive your address
    Now, I’m very interested with your work,
    Thanks for your concern to our kids
    God bless you.

  7. Larry Nardolillo

     /  February 24, 2020

    THANK YOU for this comprehensive worksheet. I am a new teacher who teaches high schoolers. Do you have any 9 – 12 grade worksheets?

  8. Mostafa Belkar

     /  January 21, 2020

    Very interesting docs many thanks for ssharing them .

  9. "Mr.G

     /  January 18, 2020

    Love this site!

  10. Kevin

     /  January 18, 2020

    Love this site man thanks!

  11. Alison

     /  January 16, 2020

    I wanted to let you know my 7th graders are getting fiercely competitive about Poetry Cat. Today I am introducing them to Context Clue Climber!

    Next week we tackle non-fiction text structure, and I’ll assign each kid one of your many, many, many text structure worksheet passages to create a graphic organizer/visualization for. We put them up and the walls look great and have TONs of interesting information!

    Thank you so much for being such a reliable and interesting source for middle schoolers!

    • Awesome. I’m glad that my work has been helpful for you and your students. Thanks for taking the time to comment.

  12. Vinita Rathi

     /  April 19, 2019

    Feeling very lucky to have stumbled on this resource. Fantastic worksheets. I second Mr.Morton.

  13. Christal N

     /  March 28, 2019

    I love this resource. When we as professionals are asked to do ridiculous things that are beyond our capabilities in the classroom by our administrative staff, this website is helpful!

    • They love doing that, don’t they? Thanks for visiting!

    • Mr V

       /  June 20, 2019

      Absolutely agree with the utility of this website, especially with respect to preparing summer school curriculum with very little prior warning as a novice teacher.

      Thanks Mr. Morton!


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