4th Grade Reading Comprehension
Free printable reading comprehension worksheets and quizzes. Print the one-page reading passages for offline use or test comprehension with the online interactive quizzes. Recommended level: 4th Grade and up
Ruby, The Elephant Artist Informational Text
When Ruby, a 7 month old elephant from Thailand, came to the Phoenix Zoo in 1974, she was the only elephant at the zoo. Read more.
Don't Talk to the Parrot! Funny Fiction
Jada’s oven didn't work, so she called someone to fix it. Since she had to go to work in the morning, she left a note for the repairman, Ben. Read more.
Secret Code Talkers Informational Text
In 1942, 29 men from the Navajo Nation were hired by the United States Marines. Their job was to develop a military code in their native language. Read more.
The Loch Ness Monster Informational Text
Loch Ness, a deep lake in Scotland, is so dark that it is very hard to see anything underwater. But more than four thousand people have reported seeing a monster in its waters. Read more.
Driving Dogs News Story
Dogs Pass Driving Test In New Zealand Read more.
Finn's New House Irish Fairy Tale
Long ago, in the Irish countryside, Finn and Mona bought some land. Read more.
April Fish! Informational Text
Around the world, April 1 is a day when people try to fool their friends. In France, April Fool's Day is called "Poisson d'avril." In English that means "fish of April." Read more.
Who is Rosa Parks? Biography
IRosa Parks, now referred to as "the mother of the freedom movement," was an African American who worked as a seamstress in Montgomery, Alabama. Read more.
Ancient Greek Olympic Idols Informational Text
At the Olympic Games, the first, second and third place athletes win gold, silver and bronze medals. At the Ancient Greek Games, there was only ONE winner. Read more.
Chinese New Year Traditions Informational Text
Chinese New Year is celebrated all over the world. In China, it's a time when families take holidays and get together. Read more.
Animal Totems Informational Text
Many Native American cultures have a strong belief in the power of nature. Some believe that everyone has an animal spirit or totem. Read more.
What is the Iditarod? Informational Text
The Iditarod is a dog sled race that takes place in Alaska every March. Read more.
Who is Sacagawea? Biography
Sacagawea was born in 1788 in an area near the Rocky Mountains that is now part of Idaho. She was part of the Shoshone tribe where her father was the chief. Read more.
The Devil Frog Giant Informational Text
It was bigger than a beach ball and it lived more than 60 million years ago. It's the giant devil frog, and it may be the largest frog that ever lived. Read more.
The Pueblo People Informational Text
More than twenty five different tribes of Native Americans lived in the southwestern area of the United States. Many of these tribes lived in villages called pueblos and became known as the Pueblo people. Read more.
Why Bear Has a Short Tail Iroquois Legend
Back in the old days, Bear had a long tail like Fox. Since Fox likes to fool others, he decided to play a trick on Bear. Read more.
Why Turtles Live in the Water Folktale
Turtles used to live on land until one day when a very clever turtle was caught by hunters. Read more.
A long time ago there was a family with a very strong-willed daughter. Sedna, the daughter, refused to marry any of the men her parents brought to her. Read more.
How Corn Came to Be Sioux Legend
A long time ago, two boys went hunting with bows and arrows. They saw a blackbird sitting in a tree. They were hungry, so they shot the bird with an arrow and made a fire to cook the bird. Read more.
The Dream Catcher from the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, Canada
Long ago, a spider was quietly spinning a web beside the sleeping area of Kookum, the grandmother. Each day, Kookum watched the spider at work, quietly spinning. Read more.
Two Rabbits Outsmart an Owl A Canadian Inuit Legend
There once lived an owl who was very powerful and would brag to others about how smart and strong he was. Read more.
The Spirit of the Corn Iroquois Legend
There was a time, says the Iroquois grandmother, when it was not necessary to plant corn. In those days Onatah, the Spirit of the Corn, walked upon the earth. Read more.
How Mosquitoes Came to Be A Legend of the Tlinget Tribe of the Pacific Northwest
A long time ago there was a giant monster who liked to kill humans and drink their blood. Read more.
The Fighter from Thasos Greek Legend
Theagenes was a huge sports hero in Ancient Greece. He was famous by the time he was 9 years old when he tested his strength by tearing down a large statue in the town square and carrying it home by himself. Read more.
The Dagda's Harp Irish Legend
The Dagda is a "good god" in Irish mythology. He had great magic powers and a beautiful harp that could control weather and crops. More importantly, this magic harp could control people's emotions and feelings. Read more.
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