By GreatSchools Staff
This paragraph is a mess! Your child to the rescue...
In this reading worksheet, your child is presented with a series of sentences about chess that are out of order. Using reading comprehension and sequencing skills, your child will put these sentences in their proper place.
Your child's answers may surprise you!
Research shows that one of the best ways to raise a reader is to get your child reading about topics she enjoys. This reading worksheet presents your child with many different reading choices — and just may open the door to a whole new area at the library or bookstore.
Ever wonder why the sky is sometimes a deep blue — and others times it's almost white?
This reading worksheet answers that question — and follows it up with other handy questions to boost your child's reading comprehension.
One of these stories is old, the other new. But each has a setting, characters, and a plot.
In this reading worksheet, your child gets practice answering reading comprehension questions about two very different stories with similar components.
Ready to have a little fun?
Reading carefully is a key skill all fifth graders should work on — but there's no need to make it boring! Your child will play word detective, closely reading the clues to solve the puzzles in this reading worksheet.