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. Find themes of stories, narrative points of view, and multiple-meaning words. Differentiate facts from opinions. Practice matching, sorting, and much more.
These pdf reading worksheets are great supplemental resources for 4th grade children.
Identify the narrative point of view, and write what the noun "read" means, among other tasks as you accompany Ivan on a day that is the very definition of a mixed bag.
The fire-station visit proves to be an informative affair. In this pdf reading passage for 4th grade, answer a question about the subordinating conjunction and more.
The strongest of the big cats, leopards are often mixed up with cheetahs. Not quite content with this tidbit about leopards? Explore more in this informational passage worksheet.
With stunning sights and stellar sounds, camping was great. The real pick was eating s'mores by the campfire. Sort words as sight, sound, and taste, and more in this section.
This grade 4 reading comprehension 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 much more.
Get together with Grandma and give Elliot the surprise of his life in this 4th grade story comprehension. Don't forget to answer the set of questions, too.
Chronicling a musical journey like no other, this printable exercise narrates Grace's quest to become a pianist who performs with charisma and confidence.
A dash of science makes any task ten times more exciting, as evidenced in this pdf that details the earth's internal structure and poses important questions.
Watch kids let loose on yet another informational passage with questions, this time focussing on the differences between renewable and non-renewable sources.
Get children excited to set forth on a magical adventure in this story comprehension for 4th grade that follows Fudge as he builds his dream treehouse piece by piece.
A cocoon of warmth nestled in a sea of snow, igloos are the very picture of coziness. Find out more about these intriguing structures and answer questions about them.
A history lesson made more fun and interesting, this reading passage will have kids scrambling excitedly to find the answers to the questions given.
Strong and solid even in the face of raging storms, lighthouses are the subject of this grade 4 comprehension exercise. Read the passage and take on the questions.
Enter a world of fun and fantasy, tagging along with Aubrey and her robot, Rolo, in this adventure reminiscent of some of the wildest science fiction stories.
There's always room for history in our printable comprehension worksheets for 4th graders to revel in. Answer questions about the Mayflower Compact here.
Capturing the grandeur and significance of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial, this passage is closely followed by questions that intrigue and excite in equal parts.
Seals and sea lions may look alike, but they differ greatly, as children will figure out when they read this story comprehension, before answering the questions.
Blaze through the years and step into the future through this passage with questions. Accompany Luke and Maggie as they discover the pros and perils of technology.