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5th Grade Reading Worksheets

Students really start coming into their own during the 5th grade. They are developing their personalities and identities. More importantly, they are developing their reading skills. This page ought to help with that. It has all of the worksheets that I've written at the 5th grade level. I used this great site to determine the readability scores of these worksheets, but you should read and approve each of them yourself for quality and appropriateness before giving them to your students. There are many different formulas that one can use to determine the readability score of a text, and the scores that they produce vary quite a bit. I'm using an average of five different scores for these texts. For a better selection of appropriate texts for your 5th grade students, I encourage you to allow texts written two grade levels above and below by clicking the button beneath this text.

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Reading Comprehension
Author's Purpose
Characterization
Context Clues
Fact and Opinion
Figurative Language
Genre
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Making Predictions
Point of View
Story Structure
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Reading Comprehension Worksheets

Reading | Nonfiction Reading Test - Yes, this is in fact a reading test about reading. You are reading that correctly. After students are done reading this, they can answer multiple-choice and extended-response questions on an assortment of reading skills. View my readibility scores.
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Carnivorous Plants | Nonfiction Reading Test - Plants are known for sitting still and providing oxygen. Yet, some plants are devious killers. Learn more about these cruel and beautiful specimens in this reading activity. Then answer Common Core aligned multiple-choice and long-response questions. View my readibility scores.
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Hyperinflation | Nonfiction Reading Test - Money is pretty important to most people, but what's it really worth? Learn about hyperinflation in Germany after World War I and answer multiple-choice and long-response questions about the passage. View my readibility scores.
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The Worst Game Ever? | Nonfiction Reading Test - E.T. for the Atari is widely considered one of the worst games ever. It was so bad that some people blame it for the video game crash in 1983. Learn about the story behind this unforgettable game, and answer multiple-choice and long-response questions. View my readibility scores.
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Nutrition Facts Comprehension Activity - Students analyze the nutritional facts for four different products and answer multiple-choice questions about these items. This activity gives students practice working with functional texts. View my readibility scores.
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“That Spot” | By Jack London - This is the funny story of two men who can't seem to get rid of a destructive sled dog. There are some great literary techniques in this story as well that may spur some constructive discussions. View my readibility scores.
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Author's Purpose Worksheets

Author's Purpose Worksheet 4 - This double-sided worksheet should help students review author's purpose. It has ten problems and requires students to explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Author's Purpose Worksheet 5 - This worksheet has ten problems. Students read short text descriptions and determine the author's main purpose. Then they explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Author's Purpose Quiz 1 - Here is a fifteen question multiple choice quiz about author's purpose. Students read descriptions of text and decide whether each was written to inform, persuade, or entertain. View my readibility scores.
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Characterization Worksheets

Characterization Worksheet 1 - Students read a short passage about a character. Students identify a character trait based on the character's actions. Then they explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Characterization Worksheet 4 - Students will gain practice with characterizations by identifying character traits in ten short problems. Students will also explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Character Types Worksheet 1 - Students read a short story about a young girl being bullied. Then they analyze the characters and determine their types (dynamic, static, etc.) Students must also explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Character Types Worksheet 2 - Students read a short story about a man who is haunted by his decisions. Then they analyze the characters and determine their types (dynamic, static, flat, etc.) Students must also explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Context Clues Worksheets

Context Clues 1.1 - This worksheet has twelve context-rich sentence to give students practice with determining word meanings by using cross-sentence clues. View my readibility scores.
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Context Clues 1.2 - This worksheet has twelve more context-rich sentences to give your students practice determining the meanings of challenging vocabulary words. View my readibility scores.
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Context Clues 1.7 - This worksheet will challenge students' vocabulary skills with twelve more context clues problems. Read the sentences, determine the meanings of the bolded words based on how they are used, then explain your answer. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Worksheets

Figurative Language Poem | "Sketch" - Students read a short poem by Carl Sandburg and then answer questions about figurative language and poetic techniques. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Poem | "I Sing the Battle" - Students read Harry Kemp's poem about the consequences of war. Then they answer questions about figurative language and poetic techniques. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Poem | "The Black Land" - The hero of this poem is a noble farmer who toils to feed the world. There are some clever uses of metaphor, personification, and simile in this text. Students read the poem and answer questions about figurative language and poetic techniques. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Worksheet 1 - This worksheet contains ten examples of figurative language techniques. Students read each example, identify the technique, and explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Worksheet 2 - This worksheet has another ten examples of figurative language techniques taken from classic poems. Students identify the technique being used and explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Worksheet 4 - This worksheet has ten more examples of simile, metaphor, hyperbole, and personification taken from classic poetry. Students read each example, determine the technique, and explain their answers. This is a great way to practice figurative language skills for standardized tests. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Worksheet 5 - This worksheet has another 10 examples of figurative language techniques from classic poems. Students read each example, determine the technique, and explain their answers. This worksheet is great for a warm-up, homework, or practice activity. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Worksheet 8 - This four-sided worksheet has another 22 examples of figurative language techniques to give students the practice that they need. Students read each example, identify the figurative language technique, and explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Quiz - This is a multiple-choice quiz with ten questions. Students read examples of figurative language taken from classic poems and attempt to determine each technique. View my readibility scores.
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Figurative Language Quiz 2 - This quiz can help quickly determine where students are with their figurative language skills. There are 10 examples of figurative language taken from classic poetry and 10 multiple-choice questions asking students which technique is being used. This might also make for good practice or warm-up activity. View my readibility scores.
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Idiom Worksheet 3 - This worksheet has fifteen idioms used in context-rich sentences. Students must determine the meaning of each idiom based on how it used. View my readibility scores.
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Poetic Devices Worksheet 1 - This worksheet has ten poetry snippets that are rich with poetic devices: alliteration, consonance, onomatopoeia, repetition, rhyme, and rhythm. Students must identify which techniques are being used in each question and then explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Personification Worksheet 3 - This worksheet has 10 original examples of personification. Students determine what is being personified in each example. Then they explain the human quality or characteristic that is being given to the object or idea. View my readibility scores.
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Personification Worksheet 8 - This worksheet has 10 more poetic examples of personification. Students read the examples, determine what is being personified, and explain which human ability or trait is given. View my readibility scores.
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Genre Worksheets

Illustrating Genres - Students write the definitions of eight troubling genre terms. Then they draw a picture that represent each genre or subgenre. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheet 11 - This worksheet has 9 interesting passages. Students read each passage, identify the narrator's viewpoint, and explain their answers. To help students master objective, limited, and omniscient modes, they also circle character's thoughts and feelings if it is a passage narrated from third-person perspective. View my readibility scores.
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Inferences Worksheets

Inferences Worksheet 3 - This worksheet has four short scenarios and ten inferential questions. Students read the scenarios, answer the questions, and use text to support their answers. This worksheet has it all. View my readibility scores.
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Inferences Worksheet 6 - Students are always in need of some practice making inferences. This worksheet has another four scenarios and ten questions to give them the practice that they need. View my readibility scores.
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Inferences Worksheet 7 - The fun times with inferences keep coming! Here are four more reading passages and ten more inferential questions to keep your students' gears turning. View my readibility scores.
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Inference Worksheet 9 - This inference worksheet goes above and beyond the others, in that it has eleven questions. That's right. I'm really pushing the limits of the double-sided worksheet. View my readibility scores.
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Inferences Worksheet 10 - If you ask me, students can never get enough practice making inferences. Don't ask them. Just hand them another double-sided inference worksheet with four reading passages and ten questions. Then require them to support their answers with text. They'll thank you later. View my readibility scores.
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Infer the Setting Worksheet 1 - Not only does this worksheet give students practice working with settings, it also gives them practice using basic inferential skills. Students read five short scenarios and determine the setting of each based on clues. Then they support their answers with text. View my readibility scores.
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Making Predictions Worksheets

Making Predictions 2 - This worksheet has five short scenarios, each of which cuts off abruptly. Students predict what will happen next based on text evidence, and then they explain their answers by referring to the text. View my readibility scores.
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Making Predictions 3 - This worksheet has five more short stories that end right before something happens. Students use the text to make predictions as to what will happen, then they explain how the text supports their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheets

Point of View Worksheet 3 - This two-page, double-sided worksheet has 15 more paragraphs from stories. Students determine the narrator's perspective and explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheet 6 - This two-page, double-sided worksheet has 15 problems to help students master narrative perspective. Students read the paragraphs and determine the whether the narrator is telling the story from first, second, or third-person perspective. Then they explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheet 13 - This worksheet is a great way to give students some rapid-fire practice with identifying the narrator's perspective. Students read the passages, identify the narrator's viewpoint, and explain their answers. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheet 14 - This point of view worksheet features two double-sided pages for a total of 19 problems. Not only will it help students to identify the narrator's viewpoint in a variety of passages, it will keep them busy for a good amount of time. That sounds like a win-win situation to me. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheet 15 - Wow! Here's another point of view worksheet with two double-sided pages and a total of 19 questions. There are some pretty funny passages on here. I hope that students have some fun while they are mastering narrative perspective. I know that I had fun writing these passages. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheet 16 - Why stop when you've got a good thing going? Here's another four-page, nineteen question point of view worksheet. Students read the passages, identify the narrator's perspective, circle characters' thoughts if the passage is narrated from third-person perspective, and explain their answers. What fun! View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheet 17 - Do you students still need help with identifying the narrator's perspective? Featuring four pages of problems, this viewpoint worksheet will give students the practice that they need. Students read passages, determine the narrator's point of view, and explain their answers. What a great way to target this reading skill. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheet 18 - If your students haven't mastered viewpoint yet, perhaps this 4-page, 19 problem worksheet will get them to where they need to be. This one is sure to busy them while they practice a basic reading skill. View my readibility scores.
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Point of View Worksheet 19 - Here's another 4-page, 19 problem point of view worksheet for your little angels. Is it possible to give a group of students too much point of view practice? Let's find out. View my readibility scores.
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Story Structure Worksheets

Story Structure Quiz | "Time Warriors" - Students read a short story about an older brother who learns the hard way that he has to keep an eye out for his younger brother. Then students answer multiple-choice questions about the structure of the story. View my readibility scores.
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Types of Conflict

Types of Conflict Worksheet 2 - This worksheet has ten story descriptions, like the kind you might read on the back of a book. Students must identify the protagonist, antagonist, and type of conflict from each description. View my readibility scores.
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Types of Conflict Worksheet 3 - This worksheet has ten story summaries. Students read each summary and attempt to determine the protagonist, antagonist, and type of conflict. View my readibility scores.
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5th grade students are inqusitive. They are truth-seekers. Put their minds to work using the resources on this page. I hope this helps all the 5th grade teachers and students out there and if it does, or doesn't, feel free to comment below. I appreciate all of your feedback.

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