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5th grade teaching tips

One of the important tasks for fifth-grade readers is to learn how to dissect informational texts. This means having the ability to explain how an author supports his or her main ideas with specific reasons or evidence. Likewise, readers at this level should have sufficient reading comprehension skills that allow them to read multiple sources on the same topic and summarize those sources in their own words. Students can use the following strategies to develop these skills.

Ask For Verbal Summaries of Readings

Being able to articulate in verbal form what was just read will help the retention of information and is an excellent practice for identifying key ideas and supporting details. Summaries needn’t be expansive, either. Begin by having the reader summarize one or two paragraphs to build skills and confidence, then work up to entire sections of text.

Play “Fact or Opinion”

Fact or opinion is a reading comprehension game that gets kids involved in reading multiple sources and comparing them. Provide the reader with a fact-based news article and an op-ed article, and ask them to read both. As they read, children should underline or highlight passages that they think are facts or opinions. Then, discuss the differences in both what was said and how it was said. This facilitates higher-order thinking skills and improves students’ ability to summarize readings in their own words.

Encourage Exploration of Multiple Points of View

Another way you can help fifth graders improve their ability to dissect texts is to ask them to consider the event they’ve read about from another viewpoint. For example, if the child is learning about the first Thanksgiving in the New World, the text likely recalls that event from the point of view of the European settlers. Having the child consider what it might’ve been like from the perspective of the Native Americans enables them to better understand the event they’re studying while also helping them develop the tools needed to remember key details and recall them in their own words.

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5th grade worksheets

Below are 10 reading comprehension worksheets and tests that are accurately measured to fit the 5th grade level.

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Identifying a problem and solution described in the text, Central message, Identifying the main topic and key ideas

Text & Questions

Text, Questions & Answers

Central message, lesson or moral, Identifying the author’s point of view.

Central message, identifying the author’s point of view, identifying the main topic and key ideas.

Something Special

Central message, identifying the author’s point of view, identifying the main topic and key ideas

Softwoods and Hardwoods

Identifying the main topic and key ideas, Cause and effect comprehension, lesson or moral, Summarizing

Central message, lesson or moral, Cause and effect comprehension, Identifying a problem and solution described in the text

Not a small problem

Identifying intent and conclusions, Central message, lesson or moral

Juniper City Trains

Central message, Identifying the main topic and key ideas, Identifying chronological order.

Candy Store

lesson or moral, Identifying intent and conclusions, Identifying a problem and solution described in the text, Identifying the main topic and key ideas

lesson or moral, Facts vs. opinions inference, Identifying the main topic and key ideas.

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Our free, printable 5th grade reading comprehension worksheets stand out with their versatility and accessibility. From identifying the text type to practicing writing the main idea, there's little that we leave undiscussed. Sequence events, give insight into characters' minds, and frame sentences, among other tasks in these informational texts and stories.

These pdf reading worksheets are most recommended for students in grade 5.

Chesapeake Bay

Chesapeake Bay is historically, geographically, and naturally important. This 5th grade reading comprehension pdf has all the details you wish to gather about Chesapeake Bay.

Chesapeake Bay

A Christmas Worth Remembering

Hector learns that not every child is as blessed and fortunate as he is in this story passage. Find the main theme, select members of a group, write the type of text, and more.

A Christmas Worth Remembering

History of Thanksgiving

Think of Thanksgiving, and you think of eating your fill, playing football, and spending time with family. This printable worksheet digs deep into a most loved American holiday.

History of Thanksgiving

New York Subway

The New York City Subway is a classic example of how sweet the rewards of hard work can be. Find an incorrect detail, give examples of how the subway has changed, and much more.

New York Subway

No More Fear

This printable exercise for grade 5 gives a blow-by-blow account of Callie's flight across the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. Join her and answer the questions that follow.

No More Fear

A Magical Chinese New Year

Vibrant shades of red and gold are scattered all across this grade 5 reading passage, where Little Mei revels in the significance and festive joy of the Chinese New Year.

A Magical Chinese New Year

Earth's Spheres: A Delicate Balance

Giving each sphere of the earth its time to shine sets this informational text apart from the other worksheets in this set. Understand the facts and answer the questions.

Earths Spheres - A Delicate Balance

The Case of the Large Footprints

Team up with Elsa and her friends and try to solve the mystery of the large footprints in this pdf that features a mix of multiple-choice and open-ended questions.

The Case of the Large Footprints

The Founding Fathers of the U.S.

A trip down memory lane and a history lesson wrapped into one, this comprehension passage for grade 5 talks about the contributions of the Founding Fathers.

The Founding Fathers of the U.S.

Gravity: Shaping Our World

A dash of science in the midst of English practice, this informational text will have grade 5 learners going gaga over gravity as they take on a bunch of questions.

Gravity - Shaping Our World

The Case of the Missing Lunchbox

Fret not, for there is more sleuthing to do in this section, where the 5th grade kids of Jefferson Elementary School pick up clues and solve cases of missing items.

The Case of the Missing Lunchbox

Pangea: The Supercontinent

There's always room for geography in our worksheets, as seen in this passage that details the evolution of Pangea, a supercontinent from about 335 million years ago.

Pangea - The Supercontinent

Take a Stand against Bullying

Find inspiration in Kylie and her kindness in this reading passage for 5th grade. Absorb the essence of the story and breeze through the bundle of questions given.

Take a Stand against Bullying

The Evolution of the Telephone

Follow the journey of a telephone from its inception to its modern avatars in this exercise. Refer back to the passage, glean the information, and write the answers.

The Evolution of the Telephone

The Oregon Trail

Here's a reason for every 5th grader's inner cartographer to rejoice! Trace the Oregon Trail and accompany the pioneers on their daring journey across treacherous landscapes.

The Oregon Trail

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Introduce children to a greater range of literary devices and various genres such as articles, stories and poems with this collection of printable reading comprehension worksheets designed for grade 5. Other aspects of interest include elaborate questions in finding reasons or evidence to support an argument, letter-sound correspondence, syllabication and morphology. Also, children should be able to read at a good rate and with an expression good for a fifth grader. Grab some of these worksheets for free!

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History of New York City | Non-fiction

History of New York City | Non-fiction

Steeped in history, New York is a key player in the economic and cultural arenas of America. This grade 5 comprehension worksheet contains questions on domain-specific words and degrees of comparison.

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Is that Really a Monkey? | Non-fiction

Is that Really a Monkey? | Non-fiction

Do you know the difference between a monkey, an ape and a prosimian? Comprehend the similarities and differences, and classify the primates. Also, answer questions based on the non-fictional text.

Building a Class Project | Fiction

Building a Class Project | Fiction

A timely unexpected help can be a game changer! Read on to find out how Grandpa's help changes Grayson's attitude. In this PDF printable, grade 5 children learn the difference between similes and metaphors and much more.

Teamwork | Fiction

Teamwork | Fiction

"Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much." The fable is build around the theme - teamwork. Familiarize 5th-grade children with the two genres of stories, compare and contrast between characters and more.

Living inside the Earth | Non-fiction

Living inside the Earth | Non-fiction

Caves are more than just dark holes in the ground. Learn about cave-dwelling creatures with this reading worksheet. Test comprehension with exercises based on minute details and understand the writer's purpose as well.

Lucky Day at the Beach | Non-fiction

Lucky Day at the Beach | Non-fiction

Get ready to beach comb with this non-fiction reading comprehension. From polished gems to shark teeth, there are countless ocean treasures. Children respond to the follow-up exercises based on the text and build vocabulary too.

A Day at the Circus | Fiction

A Day at the Circus | Fiction

With clowns, acrobats and glittering costumes, the circus is a grand affair. This exciting 5th-grade reading worksheet tests the skills of children in comprehending and reflecting on the characters and finding specific details in the passages.

Ocean Breeze | Poem

Ocean Breeze | Poem

Breezes are a real treat, and they send sweet scents around. Let your child step up his poetic sense and explore a few literary devices such as alliterations and personifications with this printable grade 5 poem comprehension.

Gingersnap Smile | Fiction

Gingersnap Smile | Fiction

The smile is the child's curiosity, and the wrinkles are Grandpa's wisdom. This grade 5 reading comprehension is a breath of fresh air as it helps describe a scene and compare and contrast the thematic elements of the story.

Migration Story | Poem

Migration Story | Poem

The poet paints an amazingly beautiful and interesting picture of how Canada geese migrate to a warmer place. This informational text is followed by questions in literary devices and understanding quatrains and rhyme schemes.

The Formation of the Hawaiian Islands | Non-fiction

The Formation of the Hawaiian Islands | Non-fiction

Get a picture of how the Hawaiian islands are formed. In this passage, kids answer how a word has two distinct meanings when used in different contexts and also answer some text-based questions.

Memorial Day | Fiction

Memorial Day | Fiction

Here's a refreshing story, after reading which, you will most likely love America with twice the fervor and gaiety. An amazing Andrea impresses you, and so does Grayson. The questions include choosing the moral of the story and more.

Father's Day | Fiction

Father's Day | Fiction

Miguel's love for Dad is unique. He is proud that his is a gem of a Dad. Watch this father-son love unfold with delight, in this reading comprehension piece. Write the meanings of words, tell what the story is about and more.

The Seven Continents | Non-fiction

The Seven Continents | Non-fiction

How well do you know your continent? Are there many things that distinguish your continent from the other? This reading passage pdf is packed with exciting details about the seven continents. Answer questions that require you to have a firm grasp of what you have read.

The American Flag | Non-fiction

The American Flag | Non-fiction

Replete with stars and stripes, American flag symbolizes the great American spirit. The flag is just as awesome as that of any other monument. Dive deep into the American flag, and answer questions including interpresting a quote, and preparing expanatory notes.

The Big Night

The Big Night

Abounding in literary devices, this reading comprehension for grade 5 is an exhilarating read. Encouraged by Mr. Harold, Gretchen goes on to knock it out of the park. Test your knowledge of figurative language, understanding the formal tone, and more.

Riding the Waves

Riding the Waves

Brittany followed Uncle Steven’s instructions to a tee so learning to body surf wasn’t that hard. This reading comprehension for 5th grade has energy in spades. The questions include explaining idioms, an MCQ, and finding specific details.

It's like Riding a Bike

It's like Riding a Bike

Excitement hung in the air like fireworks on the Fourth of July. Nathan was trying his new ramp. When he made the jump like an expert biker, everyone clapped. This reading comprehension for grade 5 is a thrilling ride. Answer questions that test a variety of skills.

How Does Your Garden Grow?

How Does Your Garden Grow?

This reading comprehension for 5th grade is not only about Harriet cleaning Aunt Jessica’s garden, it’s also about her realizing that she has a flair for gardening – growing things. The questions include arranging events in order, finding the structure type, and more.

Five Oceans of the World

Five Oceans of the World

The oceans help the world go round in waving, crashing motions. Enjoy this poem from our reading comprehension for grade 5 worksheets and explore how of each of the five oceans is unique. Find the theme of the poem, explain a literary device, and more.

Seashells at the Shore

Seashells at the Shore

Britton couldn’t help leaping for joy when he had found a sand dollar! For he knew Grandma would love it. This is proof how much he missed Grandma. Set in a beach, this reading comprehension for 5th grade makes you adore Britton, its leading character.

A Spooky Night

A Spooky Night

Haunted and uninhabited, the Old Hickory Town mansion creeps into people’s dreams and spooks them. Join Kyle and Jasmine as they go inside the gates of the building as a dare. Sort sensory details, explain a literary device, compare characters.

A Sailor’s Sales Pitch

A Sailor’s Sales Pitch

The poem “A Sailor’s Sales Pitch” by Liana Mahoney abounds in alliterations. Enjoy reading the poem and get busy answering the questions, which include identifying the rhyme scheme, writing instances of alliteration, and more.

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It Circulates

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It’s Elemental

It’s Elemental

Week 36 Reading Comprehension (E-36). A comprehension passage and questions about matter and elements. Cross-Curricular Focus: Physical Science.

Making Predictions

Making Predictions

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Meteorologists

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Oxygen Exchange

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Plants Are Producers

Plants Are Producers

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5th Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets Multiple Choice – If you desire to make your kid become a better reader, make use of totally free printable reading comprehension worksheets to aid them. These worksheets are ideal for top elementary via middle college students.

What is the Meaning of Reading Comprehension?

Reading comprehension is an ability that aids visitors to understand the details they are reading. This ability is vital for reading with function and also enjoyment. The US Common Core Standards have several objectives associated to reading comprehension.

Students can exercise their reading comprehension abilities by finishing worksheets. Some worksheets may likewise have photos that will certainly help them in comprehending what the words mean. Often, these worksheets are used to assist instructors evaluate trainee behavior and also strategy lessons. A few of these worksheets can also assist instructors see exactly how their pupils have improved gradually.

What is the Importance of Reading Comprehension?

As an outcome, the emphasis of reading guideline is moving from the act of reading to reading comprehension. Efficient comprehension strategies enable pupils to stay involved and develop a much deeper understanding of the message they are reading.

Reading comprehension is a diverse ability that can be developed over a duration of years. This includes conversation with parents and trainees, wondering about the meaning of words, as well as supplying opportunities for them to discuss what they have read.

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5th Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets Multiple Choice are an exceptional means to enhance reading abilities in youngsters. These worksheets include 100 totally free children’s tales and also comprehension workouts.

A lot of the 5th Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets Multiple Choice include comprehension inquiries and a response trick. They are appropriate for trainees in the upper elementary and also middle school qualities. The worksheets are totally free to download, they need to not be reused or replicated without composed authorization from the developer. Educators and parents can publish the worksheets to utilize with their trainees, but they must request for created authorization to republish them in any way.

When preparing reading comprehension worksheets for hyperlexic kids, it is very important to make them as appealing as possible. If your kid loves external space, usage worksheets with that motif. This can be a wonderful begin for hyperlexic children. On top of that, these worksheets can be utilized to enhance distance learning as well as home educating.

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Reading Comprehension for Grade 6: Free Practice Worksheet

Instructions: answer the following questions, passage 1: the friendly neighbor.

John had a friendly neighbor named Mrs. Brown. She always had a smile on her face and loved to share stories. One day, John was feeling sad, so Mrs. Brown invited him over for a cup of hot chocolate and told him funny jokes. John left Mrs. Brown’s house feeling much happier.

Questions: 1. Who is John’s neighbor? Mrs. Smith Mrs. Brown Mr. Johnson 2. How did Mrs. Brown help John feel better? She gave him a cup of hot chocolate and told him jokes. She ignored him. She asked him to leave. 3 . What did Mrs. Brown offer John? A cup of hot chocolate and funny jokes A cup of tea and a book A cookie and a puzzle A sandwich and a movie 4. Why did John visit Mrs. Brown? He wanted to borrow some sugar. He was feeling sad. He needed help with homework. He wanted to watch TV. 5. What is the main idea of the passage? John’s favorite food Mrs. Brown’s garden John’s friendly neighbor Mrs. Brown’s pets

Passage 2: The Lost Puppy

Amy found a lost puppy on her way home from school. She took the puppy to the vet to check if it had an owner. The vet scanned a microchip and found the puppy’s family. Amy was happy to reunite the puppy with its owner.

Questions: 1. What did Amy find on her way home? A lost kitten A lost puppy A lost bird 2. How did Amy find the puppy’s owner? She called the vet. She checked the puppy’s collar. The vet scanned a microchip. 3. Why was Amy happy at the end of the story? She found a lost kitten. She got a new pet. She reunited the puppy with its owner. She lost the puppy. 4 . What did Amy do when she found the lost puppy? She kept it. She took it to the vet. She ignored it. She ran away. 5. What does the passage teach us about Amy? Amy doesn’t like animals. Amy is mean. Amy is helpful and caring. Amy is afraid of puppies.

Passage 3: The Rainbow

After the rain, a beautiful rainbow appeared in the sky. Sarah and her little brother, Tim, ran outside to see the colors. They were amazed by the rainbow’s beauty and tried to count how many colors they could see.

Questions: 1. When did the rainbow appear? Before the rain During the rain After the rain 2. What did Sarah and Tim try to do with the rainbow? Touch it Count the colors Ignore it 3 . How many colors did Sarah and Tim try to count in the rainbow? 2 5 7 10 4. What was the weather like after the rain? Snowy Windy Sunny Foggy 5. How did Sarah and Tim feel about the rainbow? Bored Amazed Annoyed Tired

Passage 4: The Summer Picnic

Lisa’s family decided to have a summer picnic in the park. They packed sandwiches, fruits, and juice. The family played games, enjoyed the sunshine, and had a great time together.

Questions: 1. Where did Lisa’s family have the picnic? In the backyard In the park At the beach 2. What did Lisa’s family pack for the picnic? Pizza Sandwiches, fruits, and juice Ice cream 3. What activities did Lisa’s family do during the picnic? Played games Watched TV Read books Slept 4. Why did Lisa’s family have a great time together? They had a picnic in the park. They played games and enjoyed the sunshine. They went to the movies. They stayed at home. 5. What season is mentioned in the passage? Winter Spring Summer Fal

Passage 5: The Magic Book

Alex found a dusty old book in the library. As he started reading, he realized it was a magic book that transported him to different places. Alex went on exciting adventures and made new friends through the magical stories.

Questions: 1. Where did Alex find the magic book? At home In the library In the bookstore 2. What did the magic book do for Alex? It made him fall asleep. It transported him to different places. It gave him homework. 3. Why was Alex excited about the magic book? It was free. It was heavy. It had colorful pictures.
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