Reading Comprehension Passages Spring Reading Skills Review Grades 4-5
Students will love practicing important reading skills and strategies with these spring-themed color-by-code mystery picture grids and practice sheets! You’ll love the ease of planning! Just PRINT & GO!
Do you need a quick and easy way to review and assess reading standards in the spring? These 6 fun and engaging reading activities target specific reading skills and are perfect for quick reading review or assessments. Plus, each activity comes with a fun color-by-code mystery picture that students will love completing once they are done answering all the review questions.
This reading review packet comes in both a printable and digital (Google Sheets – Self-Checking) format. They are perfect to use as a quick review or assessment of reading skills that will help guide your teaching throughout the spring months.
Included in this download:
This reading review packet comes with 18 pages of standards-based activities that can be used as a review or an assessment.
- Story Structure
- First and Secondhand Accounts
- Nonfiction Text Features
- Author’s Reasons and Evidence
- Point of View
- Compare and Contrast Themes and Topics
- Google Sheets Digital Version with Mystery Pixels (Self-Grading)
- All Answer Keys
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These activities are perfect for:
- review of reading skills
- reading assessments
- independent desk work
- literacy centers
- early finishers
- sub plans, and so much more!
Self-checking with Immediate Feedback!
Questions are in a multiple-choice format and students have the opportunity to complete the color-by-code mystery picture included with each activity. Students use the color next to each answer choice they chose to color the grid. They locate the number of the problem on the mystery picture. Then, they color the square to match the color beside the answer choice they circled. When students color the mystery picture, they’ll know AND you’ll know if they answered all of the questions correctly.
⭐You can also choose to make the coloring page optional. Students do not need the color-by-code mystery picture page to complete each activity.
The best part?
This resource comes in both a print and digital format to best fit the needs of your classroom and students. You can choose to print each activity for students or individually assign them through Google Classroom or your school’s online learning management system.
Need to take a day off or a sick day at home? This is a great resource to leave for a substitute!
Teachers like you said:
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I used these and the other seasonal mystery pictures with my 4th graders. OMG! They loved to work these out as a review tool before assessments. However, they would get so upset when their picture was wrong because they rushed. I love the many lessons that were taught using these pages. I will continue to use these in the years to come. –Erin G.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ My students loved using this in the classroom! This was something that was able to fit in well with the curriculum at the time when I did use it. It was also nice because it was the end of the quarter and grades were already in and I had a substitute teacher use this with them. It was very nice to be able to see my students engaged through their work when I came back. –Maura M.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I love, love, love this resource! I love the way it focuses on one skill and the articles are very engaging. The students loved figuring out what the mystery picture was. I also like that there are different ones for different seasons. I will be getting all of them! –Jill B.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ So glad this was made digital!! Great activities for hard-to-teach topics. The kiddos love seeing the picture develop as they fill in the answers. An advantage to the digital version is that, if the picture looks weird, they are motivated to check their work to figure out where the mistakes are. They really want to see the correct picture! –Denise M.
In this one convenient resource, you can…
- have 6 ready-to-go activities that you can use to review or assess a variety of reading skills and standards.
- make it easy for students to get immediate feedback, allowing them the opportunity to go back and make corrections if the mystery picture does not look correct.
- use your student’s scores to guide your instruction.
- use these pre-made reading activities as sub plans when you need to take a day (or week) off!
- print each activity or assign them digitally to your students
Reviewing or assessing reading skills will be fun and easy as student engagement is guaranteed to increase!
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- Dissecting the Text – Text Structure – RI.4.5, RI.5.5
- Evaluating Texts on the Same Topic – First and Secondhand Accounts – RI.4.6, RI.5.6
- Nonfiction Text Features – Text Features – RI.4.7, RI.5.7
- Where’s the Proof? – Author’s Reasons and Evidence -RI.4.8, RI.5.8
- Who’s Telling the Story? – Point of View – RL.4.6, RL.5.6
- Similar Themes and Topics – Compare and Contrast Similar Stories – RL.4.9, RL.5.9
Supports Common Core Standards (CCSS):
RI.4.5, RI.4.6, RI.4.7, RI.4.8, RL.4.6, RL.4.9
RI.5.5, RI.5.6, RI.5.7, RI.5.8, RL.5.6, RL.5.9
Not sure if this resource is for you and your students? Try them for FREE! Download these FREE Reading Comprehension Passages Reading Skills Review Grades 3-5 and give them a try this week!
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Purchase the Reading Comprehension and Skills Review Year-Long Bundle Grades 4-5 to get this pack plus 3 more resources that will help you assess reading skills all year long! Each packet in the bundle targets different reading skills and standards. Perfect for guiding your instruction all year long!