Reading Comprehension Worksheets for Grade 4

Our free printable reading comprehension worksheets for grade 4, accompanied by a broad spectrum of comprehension-testing questions, are worth bringing into your learning orbit. We have stories that both inspire learning aspirations and take your imagination out on a promising tour and informational texts that keep kids informed on a variety of topics. Find themes of stories, narrative points of view, and multiple-meaning words. Differentiate facts from opinions. Practice matching and sorting. Learn first-hand how our resources are superior!

These pdf reading worksheets are great supplemental material for 4th grade children.

CCSS: RI.4.1, RI.4.3

A Good Bad Day

The aha moment comes when Mr. Henderson tells Ivan his book report was well-written. Ivan is further excited when he knows there are more books up for grabs. Identify the narrative point of view, write what the noun "read" means, and more.

A Good Bad Day

A Visit to the Fire Station

The fire-station visit proves to be an informative affair. Majestic and awe-inspiring, the firefighters impress with their narration, too. In this 4th grade reading comprehension worksheet, answer a question about the subordinating conjunction and more.

A Visit to the Fire Station

Leopards

The strongest of the big cats, leopards are often mixed up with cheetahs. From India to China to Africa, they are found in many parts of the world. Not quite content with these titbits about leopards? Explore leopards full-on in this grade 4 reading passage.

Leopards

Ooey Gooey Fun

With feast-for-the-eyes sights and music-to-the-ears sounds, the camping was awesome. The real pick was eating s'mores sitting around the campfire. In this 4th grade reading comprehension pdf, sort words as sight, sound, and taste, and more.

Ooey Gooey Fun

The Spider’s Web

How much brushing and picking did you do to free yourself from a spider's web the last time you walked into one? The Spider's Web pdf takes a look at what a spider's web is and how it's made. Practice finding the main idea in a paragraph and more.

The Spider’s Web