Free 4th Grade Reading Worksheets

Kids boost reading comprehension skills and build fluency by completing reading worksheets at home. Browse through the following list of free reading worksheets to find one that meets your child's needs.

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Education.com's Activities

Education.com has reading worksheets that cover comprehension, literary analysis and vocabulary. In Complete the Mystery, kids boost reading comprehension skills by using clues from a story and writing their own ending. Another comprehension activity includes reading Rudyard Kipling's How the Whale Got His Throat and completing a word search.

Kids can also get help with literary analysis and grammar by reading a passage from Francis Hodgson Burnett's A Secret Garden and identifying parts of speech. Additionally, 'Wordsmash!' has kids practice prefixes, roots and suffixes.

Free Worksheets from Tlsbooks.com

Tlsbooks.com has a variety of reading readiness worksheets to supplement what your child is learning in school. In the worksheet called 'Children's Authors', there are several sentences from popular books that need to be corrected for punctuation errors. Additionally, 'Read the Label' offers reading comprehension practice by answering detailed questions from a product's label.

'Reading the Want Ads' reinforces critical thinking skills by having kids read and answer questions from the help wanted ad section of a newspaper. Additional worksheets include word searches on literary terms, Dr. Seuss and Washington Irving's Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

Resources from Super Teacher Worksheets

Super Teacher Worksheets has reading comprehension worksheets using fiction, non-fiction and biography pieces. After reading the 1-page passage, kids answer questions in a variety of formats, including matching characters with descriptions and explaining the theme. Answer keys are provided.

The articles and stories can motivate your child to read about space, animals and inventions. There are even poems and short passages that teach literary terms, like metaphors and similes. Struggling readers can get help from phonics and sight word worksheets. Other worksheets are available on cause and effect, fact and opinion, and basic grammar.

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