Fourth Grade Ela Reading Non Fiction Worksheets


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  • Guatemala Facts

    What do you know about the wonderful country of Guatemala? Find out how the country got its name and what the people like to do for fun!

  • What is Fantasy?

    While learning about literary genres, if you're suddenly being approached by magical little men and menacing monsters, you have been swept away into fantasy.

  • Nonfiction Text Structures Part 2: Cause & Effect

    Build up your students’ reading comprehension as they learn about the various features of nonfiction text structure.

  • Reading Corner: Main Idea & Details Part 1

    Reading comprehension strategies, such as identifying the main idea, help students focus on how to determine what the author is trying to say.

  • Nonfiction Comprehension: Context Clues & Text Features

    Get ready for some active reading! As your students read through this passage, they will underline key words and reinforce their understanding of words in context.

  • Jazz Greats: Etta James

    Meet Etta James, a legendary African-American singer of soul and jazz. Your little musician can read a mini-bio and answer some trivia.

  • Rainforest Food Chain

    Explore the circle of life! This beautiful worksheet shows the web of animals who live in the rainforest. Help complete the circle by filling in the arrows.

  • Roman Coliseum

    Back in Ancient Rome, families didn't have a movie theater or a mall to visit on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Instead, they went to the Coliseum!

  • Endangered Species: Komodo Dragon

    For your budding environmentalist, here is an information sheet on a well-known endangered species, the Komodo dragon!

  • Jazz Greats: John Coltrane

    Get to know John Coltrane, a jazz legend, with this music history worksheet! Read his mini-biography and answer some trivia.

  • Stonehenge

    Explore the most famous rock pile in the history of the world!

  • The Siege of Yorktown

    Your young historian can step back in time and read about an important battle that helped to end the American Revolution.

  • What is a Memoir?

    Do you know what a memoir is? This worksheet will tell you and show you some great examples from famous memoirs.

  • Costa Rica Facts

    Imagine you're sipping "agua dulce" and spending a lazy afternoon on a warm beach as you get to know the beautiful country of Costa Rica!

  • Spain Facts

    Take a historical tour of Spain, home of the Running of the Bulls! Learn all about this Spanish-speaking country's diverse regions, dialects, and traditions.

  • Reading Charts, Graphs, and Diagrams from Nonfiction Texts

    Students will analyze three different types of nonfiction text features: charts, graphs, and diagrams.

  • Tuskegee Airmen

    Your little learner can learn about the heroic Tuskegee Airmen as he hones his reading comprehension skills with this history worksheet.

  • Nonfiction Text Structures Part 3: Description

    Build up your students’ reading comprehension, as they learn about the various features of nonfiction text structure.

  • Weather Science: Heat Waves

    When your child's earth science studies heat up, hand him this worksheet about heat waves and the forces behind them.

  • Writing Book Reviews

    This worksheet will help your child organize the details needed to write about a book he's read!

  • History of Photography Timeline

    Your 4th grader can learn about the history of photography and you can test his reading comprehension with this fun history timeline!

  • History of Movies

    Have your movie lover read about the history of movies, and then test her reading comprehension as she arranges the events to complete a timeline.

  • Endangered Species: Spectacled Bear

    Help your child understand why it's so important to take care of the environment with this info-sheet about an endangered species: the spectacled bear.

  • Terracotta Army

    If you wanted to protect an underground kingdom, how would you do it?