This classic literature set focuses on the popular book by Louisa May Alcott called Little Women. Students read a passage from the story and work on different worksheets focused on reading and vocabulary skills.
Students read a passage from Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan of the Apes and work on reading skills activities about the passage.
This series of classic literature worksheets helps students develop strong reading comprehension skills.
Here is a fantastic literature packet based on “The Story Of Fidgety Philip” to print out for your students. Many activities are included to complement the reading.
With this “King Arthur and His Knights” worksheet, your students will learn how to further their reading and writing skills.
This activity asks students to read a short passage in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and asking several story element questions.
This worksheet on drawing conclusions will take your student into the realm of fantasy.
Help your student understand inference with this visual worksheet.
Students read from Edgar Allan Poe’s “Annabel Lee” and answer questions.
Students read a passage in Louisa May Alcott’s Eight Cousins and answer realted comprehension questions.
Learn about indirect characterization with this printable worksheet on making inferences and understanding character traits. This classroom activity is great for students looking to practice their reading and inferencing skills. Download and print for use both at home or in the classroom.
Students write the main idea and three supporting ideas after reading a short passage from the book,The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
In this exercise, students write the stressed and unstressed symbols above the beginning of the poem, The Walrus and the Carpenter.
A race to win a new pair of silver skates! Hans and his sister Gretel must decide how to spend the money given to them in this excerpt from The Silver Skates. Print out this free comprehension packet for your students.
This worksheet asks your student to draw conclusions based on a series of scenarios.
Can your student find the identity of these mystery people?
This printable activity asks students to read a passage from Louisa May Alcott’s, Jo’s Boys, and answer related questions about what they read.
Students work on their comprehension skills by answering questions about a passage in Louisa May Alcott’s, Little Men.
Mark Twain’s 1876 masterpiece The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is the story of Tom, an orphan boy living with his aunt in Missouri after mid 1800s. Students read an excerpt from chapter 9 and answer questions.
In this worksheet your student will write metaphors and similes about himself.