Fourth Grade Ela Reading Non Fiction Worksheets


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  • What is Horror?

    Read some dark excerpts from the famous forefathers of horror writing and try your hand at it.

  • What is Fiction?

    One of the most popular genres is fiction. Learn what this genre is, who some of its most famous authors are, and try to write some yourself!

  • Main Idea: Working Dogs

    With this helpful resource, your students will use a graphic organizer to record the main idea and supporting details of a short text.

  • Gutenberg Printing Press

    Did you know that people used to write whole books by hand? Learn about Gutenberg's printing press, an invention that revolutionized book-making.

  • Mausoleum at Halicarnassus

    What do you in Ancient Greece when you have more money than you need? You build a giant tomb structure, of course!

  • Neroli Fairhall

    Learn about the history of archery with a famous Olympian: Neroli Fairhall!

  • Crop Circles

    Ever wonder about those mysterious crop circles that show up in fields across the world? Engage in a fun conversation about this interesting type of geoglyph.

  • Voynich Manuscript

    Learn about one of the world's most mysterious pieces of written text, the Voynich manuscript, which has never been deciphered.

  • Aladdin Story

    In this abridged Aladdin story, a poor beggar boy gets everything he desires with the help of a wily genie...but at what cost?

  • Alice in Wonderland Genre

    In what literary genre does Alice in Wonderland lie? Read this passage and see if you can use the clues in it to decide for yourself.

  • Washington, D.C.

    Kids learn about our nation's capital with this fun worksheet that teaches them geography, history, and the interesting reason why D.C. was never made a state.