Fourth Grade Ela Reading Non Fiction Worksheets


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  • Temple of Artemis

    Take a trip back in time to visit the temple of the Greek goddess of the hunt, Artemis!

  • Find the Main Idea: Native American Foods

    As your students complete this reading comprehension exercise, they will learn about Native American Foods and practice finding the main idea.

  • What is Nonfiction?

    Learn about famous nonfiction writers such as Henry David Thoreau and Jack London in this fun worksheet, then try writing some nonfiction yourself.

  • Endangered Species: Okapi

    Animal lovers, get acquainted with a very unique species, the okapi! Read this info-sheet to learn about why this animal is endangered.

  • Baseball Rules

    These baseball rules for kids are a sneaky way to spice up study time.

  • Space Vocabulary For Kids

    This worksheet is a quick-reference tool of space vocabulary for kids, with an exercise to use the words properly in provided sentences.

  • Endangered Species: Przewalski's Horse

    Introduce your student to an endangered species, Przewalski's horse, with this information sheet. She can color the illustration as she reads.

  • Endangered Species: Pygmy Hippo

    There are many animals around the world whose lives or homes are threatened. Read about an endangered species from Africa with this info-sheet

  • Lighthouse of Alexandria

    Learn about the first lighthouse, a mammoth structure built in Egypt and one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

  • Franklin D. Roosevelt Biography

    Learn more about FDR and his influence on the country in this biography worksheet.

  • Colossus of Rhodes

    Get to know this towering wonder of the ancient world and discover the inspiration for its creation.

  • Words With No English Translation

    Language is fascinating and confusing! Learn some words in other languages that don't translate to English with this great linguistics worksheet.

  • The Crystal Heart

    In this retelling of The Crystal Heart, a Vietnamese folk tale, kids will put themselves in the shoes of the main character and write a simple song!

  • Alice in Wonderland Characters

    Explore characters in literature by getting inside of the most famous Alice in Wonderland character's head: Alice herself.

  • The Battle of Guilford Court House

    While the Americans lost the Battle of Guilford Court House, the aftermath led to the American victory at Yorktown. Learn more with this history worksheet.

  • Endangered Species: Iranian Jerboa

    Help your child understand the importance of preserving the environment, with this info-sheet about an endangered species: the Iranian jerboa.

  • Comparing Two Nonfiction Texts

    With this resource, your students will read and compare two nonfiction texts on the same topic.

  • Venn Diagram: Compare and Contrast Firsthand and Secondhand Accounts

    When paired with nonfiction texts, this classic graphic organizer will help students visualize the similarities and differences between two accounts of the same event.

  • Monsters Around the World

    Meet some legendary monsters with this fun match up activity. These mythical creatures all reflect a bit of the geography where they originated.

  • Response Writing: Comparing Firsthand and Secondhand Accounts

    This activity, complete with sentence frames and a word bank with key words and phrases, can be used to assist those students who need extra support with writing a response.

  • 4th Grade Spelling Test: Hail to the Chief

    Put your child in command of her vocabulary with this presidentially-themed spelling test especially for 4th graders.

  • Apollo 17

    Your child can learn about the last manned space flight with this worksheet that works on history, reading comprenshion and science all in one.

  • History of Cars

    Give him this reading worksheet on the history of cars, which traces their steam-powered origins to their green future.

  • What is Mystery?

    If horror is too hokey, if fantasy is too fake, if biographies are too boring and nonfiction is non-exiting, then mystery might just be the genre for you!