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Free Reading Comprehension Worksheets For Middle School Students

Middle School Reading Comprehension Worksheets

Getting middle school students excited about reading is really challenging, and without fun and engaging texts to read, students will quickly lose interest. One sure-fire way to keep students engaged in your reading class is to use reading comprehension worksheets about topics they are actually interested in. That’s why we have put together this list of fun and interesting reading comprehension worksheets for middle school students . As always, these are FREE to use in your class. Simply download one of the PDF worksheets below, print them out, and distribute them to your students.

Reading Comprehension Worksheets For Middle School

Middle School Reading Comprehension Worksheet About Escape Rooms

Escape Rooms

This first reading comprehension worksheet is about Escape Rooms. Escape Rooms have become increasingly popular in recent years, and chances are many of your middle school students have been to an escape room themselves. After reading the passage, students are asked to answer 5 reading comprehension questions on the next page.

Middle School Reading Comprehension Worksheet About TikTok

I’m sure most, if not all, of your middle school students will know about TikTok, and many probably use it on a daily basis. But do they know about it’s history? This reading comprehension worksheet talks about the history of this social media app and why it is so popular.

Middle School Reading Comprehension Worksheet 3 - BTS

If you’re teaching teenagers, then I am sure they will love this reading comprehension worksheet about BTS. It details the history and meaning of BTS and how they became the world’s most popular K-Pop band.

Reading Comprehension Worksheet About The Solar System

The Solar System

The Solar System is a topic that many middle school students must learn about. This reading worksheet details the planets and other celestial bodies that make up our Solar System. After reading the passage, students must answer five questions about the text.

Middle School Reading Comprehension Worksheet about The Immune System

The Immune System

The immune system is another common topic that middle school students study. This reading worksheet discusses what makes up the immune system and how it works to protect our bodies from harmful invaders.

Middle School Reading Comprehension Worksheet About Baseball

The History Of Baseball

If your students are interested in sports, then they’ll enjoy this next reading worksheet about baseball. It discusses the history and origins of baseball and how baseball has evolved into the modern-day game.

Middle School Reading Comprehension Worksheet About Volcanoes

If your middle school students are learning about volcanoes in science class, then this reading worksheet is a great way to review. It discusses how volcanoes are formed, the different types of volcanoes, and how scientists study volcanic eruptions.

Middle School Reading Comprehension Worksheet About Basketball

The History Of Basketball

Your students may play or be a fan of basketball, but do they know that the first basketball game was played with a soccer ball and two peach baskets as goals? This reading worksheet discusses the history of basketball and how it has evolved into the popular game that is played around the world today.

Middle School Reading Comprehension Worksheet About Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison

This next reading comprehension worksheet is about the American inventor Thomas Edison. Students will learn about who Thomas Edison was and what he invented.

Middle School Reading Comprehension Worksheet About Elon Musk

Chances are your students have heard of Elon Musk. He is, after all, one of the richest people in the world. This reading worksheet asks students to read about Elon Musk and how he became a billionaire, and then to answer 5 reading comprehension questions.

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Thanks for reading! I hope your middle school students have lots of fun reading these worksheets. Before you go, don’t forget to check out all our reading comprehension worksheets and our ESL worksheets for more free resources you can use in class.

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Critical Thinking Reading Comprehension Worksheets

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Short Story Reading Comprehension Worksheets

  • Beginning Level
  • Answers for this series are included at the end of each worksheet.
  • "My Friend" - Low Beginning. 3 answer choices. 7 questions. 74 words.
  • "My House" - Low Beginning. 3 answer choices. 7 questions. 92 words.
  • "Time to..." - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 11 questions. 89 words.
  • "My Family" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 6 questions. 90 words.
  • "Rainy Day" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 78 words.
  • "A Call to the Pool" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 116 words.
  • "The Singing Bird" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 96 words.
  • "Seeing Stars" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 8 questions. 92 words.
  • "I Fly" - Low Beginning. 4 answer choices. 4 questions. 113 words.
  • "The Drive" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 120 words.
  • "Zach's Animals" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 104 words.
  • "Griffin's Talents" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 9 questions. 112 words.
  • "A Happy Visitor" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 170 words.
  • "An Adventure" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 177 words.
  • "Running" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 5 questions. 148 words.
  • "Paul Cooks" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 112 words.
  • "Bella Hides" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 8 questions. 135 words.
  • "First Prize" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 8 questions. 155 words.
  • "What Number?" - Mid Beginning. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 154 words.
  • "The Interview" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 9 questions. 205 words.
  • "Julian's Work" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 194 words.
  • "Talia's Special Day" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 204 words.
  • "One Hundred Dollars" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 273 words.
  • "New Shoes for Maddy" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 11 questions. 223 words.
  • "The 20" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 256 words.
  • "Big City Noise" - High Beginning. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 238 words.
  • Intermediate Level
  • "By the Water" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 9 questions. 225 words.
  • "A Cold Day" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 14 questions. 286 words.
  • "Vet Emergency!" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 247 words.
  • "Late" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 14 questions. 284 words.
  • "The Brenners" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 297 words.
  • "Bullied" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 197 words.
  • "The New School" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 14 questions. 286 words.
  • "The Park" - Low Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 11 questions. 297 words.
  • "Worth Working For" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 280 words.
  • "The Rent Man" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 215 words.
  • "Time with Grandpa" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 9 questions. 237 words.
  • "The Bus Driver" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 15 questions. 294 words.
  • "A Day Like No Other" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 305 words.
  • "A Mystery" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 247 words.
  • "Just One Touch" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 15 questions. 326 words.
  • "Wanga" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 340 words.
  • "Ana Finds an Apartment" - Mid Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 408 words.
  • "Guermo's Surprise" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 9 questions. 372 words .
  • "Canopy of Nature" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 8 questions. 332 words .
  • "Blizzard in Birmingham" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 319 words.
  • "A Christmas in March" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 385 words.
  • "Bail" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 301 words.
  • "Clean Water Act" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 632 words.
  • "BB" - High Intermediate. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 511 words .
  • Advanced Level
  • "The Mini Problem" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 291 words .
  • "Flower Power" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 368 words.
  • "Seeing Clearly" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 284 words .
  • "Accused" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 285 words.
  • "City Girl" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 13 questions. 429 words.
  • "Fried" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 235 words.
  • "Tattoo" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 11 questions. 350 words.
  • "The Transfers" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 381 words.
  • "Wild" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 493 words.
  • "Scorpion" - Low Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 333 words
  • "Remains of a Marriage" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 11 questions. 345 words.
  • "Museum Hours" - Mid Advanced. 4 answer choices. 10 questions. 179 words.
  • "Seeing Through" - High Advanced. 5 answer choices. 10 questions. 326 words.
  • "Ursula Pugh" - High Advanced. 5 answer choices. 8 questions. 324 words.
  • "Dreams" - High Advanced. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 357 words.
  • "Tracks" - High Advanced. 5 answer choices. 11 questions. 531 words.
  • "Love Train" - High Advanced. 5 answer choices. 12 questions. 646 words.
  • "The Storm" - High Advanced. 4 answer choices. 12 questions. 407 words.

Informational Passages Reading Comprehension Worksheets

In these reading comprehension worksheets, students are asked questions about information they have read about a specific topic. each passage reads similar to a newspaper of journal article, and provides interesting information about some aspect of history, nature, mechanics, science, art, and more. questions involve critical thinking with a focus on logic and inference..

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  • "The Sun" - Low Beginning. 3 questions. Under 50 words.
  • "Gas" - Low Beginning. 3 questions. Under 50 words.
  • "Music" - Low Beginning. 4 questions. Under 50 words.
  • "Birds" - Low Beginning. 4 questions. Under 50 words.
  • "The Heart" - Low Beginning. 4 questions. Under 50 words.
  • "The Butterfly" - Low Beginning. 5 questions. Under 50 words.
  • "Pigs" - Low Beginning. 3 questions. Under 50 words.
  • "The Brain" - Low Beginning. 3 questions. Under 50 words.
  • "The Ocean" - Low Beginning. 7 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "Trees" - Low Beginning. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "Alligators" - Low Beginning. 6 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "The Blow-Dryer" - Low Beginning. 5 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "Green Grass" - Low Beginning. 6 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "Taste" - Low Beginning. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "Bees" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Frogs" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Beds" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Humans" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Fish" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Houses" - Mid Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Soda Pop" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Tea" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Ice Fishing" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Bears" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Flags" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Leonardo Da Vinci" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words..
  • "Tennis" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Dogs" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Money" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Abraham Lincoln" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Corn" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Umbrellas" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Ben Franklin" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Cars" - High Beginning. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • Answer Key - This is the answer key for to the intermediate level informational passages.
  • "Helicopters" - Low Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Yellowstone National Park" - Low Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Empress of the Blues" - Low Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "The Cactus" - Low Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Space Exploration Voyagers 1 and 2" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Television" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Hibernation and Estivation" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Marco Polo" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Movie Ratings" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Birdsongs" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Counting" - Mid Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Easter Island" - High Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Mosquitoes" - High Intermediate. 12 questions. Under 700 words.
  • "Fingerprints" - High Intermediate. 11 questions. Under 700 words.
  • "Mother's Day" - High Intermediate. 10 questions. Under 700 words.
  • "Europe" - High Intermediate. 12 questions. Under 700 words.
  • Answer Key - This is the answer key for to the advanced level informational passages.
  • "Chocolate" - Low Advanced. 10 questions. Under 600 words.
  • "Houses Around the World" - Low Advanced. 10 questions. Under 700 words.
  • "Cells" - Low Advanced. 10 questions. Under 700 words.
  • "Soccer" - Low Advanced. 12 questions. Under 700 words.
  • "Bathtubs" - Low Advanced. 12 questions. Under 700 words.
  • "Pollution" - Low Advanced. 12 questions. Under 700 words.
  • "Interstate Highways" - Low Advanced. 10 questions. Under 800 words.
  • "The U.S. Census" - Low Advanced. 10 questions. Under 800 words.
  • "Sleep" - Low Advanced. 11 questions. Under 800 words.
  • "The U.S. Postal Service" - Mid Advanced. 11 questions. Under 800 words.
  • "Chemical Elements" - Mid Advanced. 11 questions. Under 800 words.
  • "Africa" - Mid Advanced. 11 questions. Under 1000 words.

Technical Reading Comprehension Worksheets

In these reading comprehension worksheets, students are asked questions about the meaning, significance, intention, structure, inference, and vocabulary used in each passage. each passage reads like an encyclopedic or technical journal article. answers for worksheets in this section can be found at the end of each individual worksheet..

  • "Water" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 300 words.
  • "Paper" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 300 words.
  • "The Flu" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
  • "Nuts" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
  • "The Sun" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
  • "The White House" - Beginning level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
  • "Soap" - Intermediate level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
  • "Clocks" - Intermediate level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
  • "The Robin" - Intermediate level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
  • "Hybrid Vehicles" - Intermediate level. 4 questions with answers included. Under 500 words.
  • "Photography" - Intermediate level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 500 words.
  • "Biomimetics" - Intermediate level. 4 questions with answers included. Under 700 words.
  • "The Great Debates" - Intermediate level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 400 words.
  • "Salt" - Advanced level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 700 words.
  • "Colony Collapse" - Advanced level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 600 words.
  • "Columbian Exchange" - Advanced level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 700 words.
  • "Ethanol" - Advanced level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 600 words.
  • "Generations" - Advanced level. 3 questions with answers included. Under 600 words.
  • "The Hubble Telescope" - Advanced level. 7 questions with answers included. Under 1000 words.
  • "Intellegence Augmentation" - Advanced level. 5 questions with answers included. Under 1000 words.

Role Play Reading Comprehension Worksheets

In these reading comprehension worksheets, students can increase their understanding of colloquial and idiomatic expressions and get a feel for conversational english. they also allow several students to participate at the same time - which makes them really fun great for use in school or at home..

  • Answer Key - This is the answer key to the role play worksheets.
  • "What Time Is It?" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "How Are You?" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "Tie Your Shoes!" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "Where Are My Glasses?" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "A Cookie" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "Where Are My Keys?" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 100 words.
  • "City Life, Country Life" - Beginning Level. 10 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Flu Shot" - Intermediate Level. 5 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Vinegar" - Intermediate Level. 4 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Wait for Me!" - Intermediate Level. 8 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Glasses" - Intermediate Level. 8 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Hungry" - Advanced Level. 8 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Want to Know a Secret?" - Advanced Level. 8 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Milk and Aesthetics" - Advanced Level. 8 questions. Under 500 words.

Dual Version Reading Comprehension Worksheets

In each of these reading comprehension worksheets, the same story is told, but with two versions: one that is basic, and one that is more advanced. this allows students to make direct comparisons between the advanced version to the more basic one, and makes for a powerful learning experience..

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  • "An Overcast Day" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "Who Knows My Name?" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 200 words.
  • "A Call to the Pool" - Beginning Level. 6 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Oh No!" - Beginning Level. 8 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "An Adventure" - Beginning Level. 6 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Happy Birthday" - Beginning Level. 4 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "My Family" - Beginning Level. 8 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "My Family" - Beginning Level. 5 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Driving Directions" - Beginning Level. 6 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "A Happy Visitor" - Beginning Level. 7 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "The Singing Bird" - Intermediate Level. 10 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "Violet Makes a Cake" - Intermediate Level. 8 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "A Visit to the Doctor" - Intermediate Level. 7 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "Making Dinner" - Intermediate Level. 8 questions. Under 400 words.
  • "The Market" - Intermediate Level. 10 questions. Under 500 words.
  • "Maria Gets Her License" - Intermediate Level. 8 questions. Under 500 words.
  • "A Paper for School" - Advanced Level. 7 questions. Under 300 words.
  • "A Birthday Surprise" - Advanced Level. 7 questions. Under 600 words.
  • "Getting a New Job" - Advanced Level. 8 questions. Under 600 words.
  • "The Dinner Party" - Advanced Level. 9 questions. Under 600 words.

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There are several activities that middle school students participate in that have been shown to improve their ability to comprehend what they read. The most important thing to remember is that you get better at anything by consistently performing it regularly. The more you do anything, the better you get at it. Before you attempt to improve your skills, it is important to understand where you stand. You can evaluate this by taking a quick leveled reading test. Some students often feel that if they can read aloud well, they will be good readers. Just because you can say something does not mean that you understand it. Research has shown us that students that struggle with reading comprehension can often be good decoders yet not really grasp what is coming in. Middle school is age where readers either get more motivated, taking their comprehension new levels; or they feel reading becomes a job. Use the worksheets below to start to invigorate your learners. Reading should be not only a skill, but one that you enjoy using to learn more about everything. There are five sheets for each separate reading passage, so be sure to print them all (we have numbered them to help out). Answer keys have also been provided for instructors.

Nationally, over two-thirds of middle school students are reading below their grade level. A healthy dose of these worksheets, regularly, should help get your students back on track. These reading worksheets are broken into three parts. The first page is the reading passage. The second page is a series of multiple-choice questions which is followed by the third page which are free response questions based on the same passage. Please realize that some of the questions on page three are open response and can have countless possible answers. You will see those answers labelled as answer may vary.

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Printable middle school reading comprehension worksheets, click the buttons to print each worksheet and answer key., calling all baseball fans.

Baseball fans are a dedicated group of people and still flock to the ball park whenever they can. The avid fan has a collection of baseball memorabilia that came from special promotions at the ball park.

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Calling All Baseball Fans Multiple Choice Questions

A special day at the baseball park like Opening Day or Nostalgia Day.

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Calling All Baseball Fans Short Answer Questions

In the 1940s Father-Son Day at the baseball park was a special event. How are viewpoints different today so that baseball teams no longer have Father-Son Day?

The Clock behind Your Cell Phone

For many Americans carrying a cell phone has replaced the need for wearing a wrist watch. If you need to know what time it is, just flip open your cell phone.

The Clock behind Your Cell Phone Multiple Choice Questions

The world’s first atomic clock was announced in 1949 by what country?

The Clock behind Your Cell Phone Short Answer Questions

What do the letters NIST in the name of the atomic clock introduced in 1991 stand for?

Coffee around the World

The coffee beverage that Americans so enjoy comes from a long process that begins with a plant that grows in mountains near the equator.

Coffee around the World Short Answer Questions

Explain how the coffee you buy in the grocery store is made.

Tails Matter When You're Talking About Deer

The whitetail deer of North America is instantly recognized by the flash of the erect fluffy white tail and white rump that indicate the flight response of this species of deer.

Tails Matter When You're Talking About Deer Multiple Choice Questions

How many species of whitetail deer are there in North America?

Tails Matter When You're Talking About Deer Short Answer Questions

Would you like to visit the western United States and see mule deer? Explain why or why not.

The Heisman Trophy

The Heisman Trophy is awarded annually to one outstanding football player on a college team in the United States.

The Heisman Trophy Multiple Choice Questions

In what city did club members create the Heisman trophy?

The Heisman Trophy Short Answer Questions

What is the relationship between Heisman trophy winners and professional football?

Quilting in Pioneer Days

Pioneer quilts, similar to the one in the picture, had a particular design or pattern and each pattern had a name. As settlers moved westward, the names attached to the patterns changed.

Quilting in Pioneer Days Multiple Choice Questions

What major change allowed textile mills to develop in New England?

Quilting in Pioneer Days Short Answer Questions

What four major events came together to improve the availability of fabric to pioneer settlements?

T-Shirts in Style

If you are like most Americans, you love to wear T-shirts. Today men can be considered stylishly dressed wearing the right T-shirt under a sports coat instead of a traditional dress shirt and tie.

T-Shirts in Style Multiple Choice Questions

When actors wore just T-shirts in films in the 1950s many people were.

T-Shirts in Style Short Answer Questions

Explain the difference in uniforms between American and European soldiers during World War I. How do you think this difference may have influenced the war?

Volcanoes in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a Central American country that attracts tens of thousands of U.S. tourists every year since it can easily be reached by plane from major U.S. cities.

Volcanoes in Costa Rica Multiple Choice Questions

We know humans have lived in Costa Rica for thousands of years because.

Volcanoes in Costa Rica Short Answer Questions

The Arenal National Park has hotels and lodges near to the active volcano. Would you stay at one of these hotels or lodges? Explain why or why not.

The X Games are a relatively new forum for athletic competition based upon the structure of the Olympic Games.

X Games Multiple Choice Questions

How are the X Games different from the Olympics?

X Games Short Answer Questions

How do the Summer X Games differ from the Winter X Games?

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Reading Comprehension Worksheets Grades 1 - 10

Use our free, printable reading comprehension passage exercises to improve your student's reading skills! Recognizing letters and words is an important first step in learning to read. However, it is only a first step; it is vital that students comprehend, or understand, what they are reading. They must be able to get the meaning of the text: What is the author telling the reader? This is reading comprehension, and it is an essential skill for success in school and in the real world. Below are our reading comprehension worksheets grouped by grade, that include passages and related questions. Click on the title to view the printable activities in each grade range, or to read the details of each worksheet. They are free for use in the home or in the classroom. Be sure to check out our spelling words  activities too!

1st Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets

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This 36 week first grade worksheet program for reading comprehension provides grade-appropriate passages and related questions, and can be used for other grades as appropriate.

2nd Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets

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This 36 week second grade worksheet program for reading comprehension provides passages and questions that are grade appropriate, but can be used with additional grades.

3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets

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The 36 week third grade worksheet program for reading comprehension that we’ve organized here provides reading passages and activities designed for 3rd grade but can be used for other grades.

4th Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets

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The 36 week fourth grade comprehension program that is included here provides reading passages and questions that are grade appropriate, but can be used with additional grades.

5th Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets

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The 36 week fifth grade comprehension program provides passages and related questions that are grade appropriate, but can be used with additional grades.

6th Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets

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Here you can find activities to practise your reading skills. Reading will help you to improve your understanding of the language and build your vocabulary. The learning materials in this section are written and organised by level. There are different types of texts and interactive exercises that practise the reading skills you need to do well at school, get good marks in your tests and exams, and get more out of your free-time activities. Take our free online English test to find out which level to choose. Select your level, from beginner (CEFR level A1) to advanced (CEFR level C1), and improve your reading skills at any time and at your own speed.

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Here are a bunch of free reading comprehension worksheets. These will help students master reading skills. You can print, edit, or complete these worksheets online . Try the nonfiction or short story reading worksheets to cover general reading skills. Or focus on specific reading skills like making predictions .

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Reading can be quite a daunting task for kids, with an attention span of 28-30 minutes, not all middle schoolers like spending hours reading. In such a case, a few hacks come handy! You may consider these tips if you want to improve your reading skills as a middle schooler. Read Books of Interest - While we lose focus after every second, reading can become boring and repetitive for you. Let's face it; visuals appear more of a treat than sentences stringing on a piece of paper to a kid. However, if you may, finding a book of interest might cater to you in unimaginable ways. You'll be transported to a world of your own. Precisely put, even your attention span escalates when you put your head on reading books of interest. Gradually Pace Towards Academic Course - All that speaks of knowledge appears mere boredom, to be exact. However, after developing a habit of reading – as discussed above, you might find reading your course books a lot easier than before but Ensure you're taking one step at a time and not juggling all these heavy-duty books on yourself. Read Without any Coercive Force - One of the best ways to improve reading as a middle schooler is to ensure you do not force yourself to read. Instead, when the reading gets boring, consider going for a stroll. You may get to retain your interest.

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The Agony of Acne

Do you realize that 85 percent of Americans will experience acne at some point in their lifetime? But that number doesn't help you if you look at your face in the mirror and see a case of teenage acne. Most teens are upset with finding just one or two acne pimples. Imagine how devastating it feels to have a case of severe teenage acne.

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The Clock behind Your Cell Phone

For many Americans carrying a cell phone has replaced the need for wearing a wrist watch. If you need to know what time it is, just flip open your cell phone. But have you ever wondered how your cell phone knows what the correct time is? The sophisticated technology behind the time in your cell phone is the atomic clock. Atomic clocks allow for precise synchronization of timing across the earth and into space that powers the Internet, GPS devices and all satellite communications.

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Calling All Baseball Fans

Baseball fans are a dedicated group of people and still flock to the ball park whenever they can. The avid fan has a collection of baseball memorabilia that came from special promotions at the ball park. One of the special theme days at the ball park used to be "Father-Son Day" and during this promotion, boys were given a free baseball. The free promotional premiums handed out today aren't as expensive but fans treasure their tokens and these promotions are successful at bringing fans to the ballpark.

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Coffee around the World

The coffee beverage that Americans so enjoy comes from a long process that begins with a plant that grows in mountains near the equator. This is why you hear the term "mountain grown" in commercials about coffee. The coffee plant produces a fruit like a cherry. The coffee bean used to make coffee is the like the cherry pit inside the cherry fruit.

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Volcanoes in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a Central American country that attracts tens of thousands of U.S. tourists every year since it can easily be reached by plane from major U.S. cities. Costa Rica is a safe country for tourists to visit because Costa Rica maintains a good relationship with U.S. government and industry. Located just 90 miles northwest of San Jose, the capital city, the Arenal Volcano is a one of many active volcanoes in the mountains of Costa Rica.

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Tails Matter When You're Talking About Deer

The whitetail deer of North America is instantly recognized by the flash of the erect fluffy white tail and white rump that indicate the flight response of this species of deer. It's almost comical to watch these deer in flight with those white tails flagging their every move in open country. There are some 30 subspecies of whitetail deer scattered all over the United States and southern Canada.

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Quilting in Pioneer Days

Pioneer quilts, similar to the one in the picture, had a particular design or pattern and each pattern had a name. As settlers moved westward, the names attached to the patterns changed. The Carolina Rose of the East Coast became the Prairie Rose of the Midwest. The biblical name Jacob's Ladder used in New England evolved to Stepping Stones in Virginia and Tail of Benjamin’s Kite, after Benjamin Franklin’s experiments, in Pennsylvania.

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T-Shirts in Style

If you are like most Americans, you love to wear T-shirts. Today men can be considered stylishly dressed wearing the right T-shirt under a sports coat instead of a traditional dress shirt and tie.

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The Heisman Trophy

The Heisman Trophy is awarded annually to one outstanding football player on a college team in the United States. The winner of the Heisman Trophy is virtually guaranteed a position on a National Football League professional team and many former Heisman Trophy winners have become famous professional players. The Heisman Trophy was created by members of the Downtown Athletic Club of New York City and the first trophy was presented in 1935.

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The X Games are a relatively new forum for athletic competition based upon the structure of the Olympic Games. While the Olympics have been in existence for thousands of years, the first X Games were held at Mountain Resort in Big Bear Lake, California in 1997. Athletes in both games compete for Gold, Silver and Bronze medals, indicating first, second and third place in an event. Olympic athletes receive only a medal but X Games winners also receive prize money.

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