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Grade 4 FSA Reading and FSA Writing - Improve FSA Grade 4 Writing and Reading Scores with this practice set and games bundle designed to help students excel at the Florida Standards Assessment. Includes THREE original multi-page reading informational and narrative passages with 31 "FSA style" test questions, THREE original writing passages with two writing prompts, informative and explanatory, and FOUR learning games with mythology, narrative, informational, and vocabulary.
This includes the new Table Match item for the 2019 FSA. There are three passages with Part A/Part B questions - lots of practice for each FSA item type. The questions include multiple choice, multiple select, hot text, two part hot text, TEI and graphic response. The tests cover most of the Florida informational and literary standards. (see preview). All answer keys are included.
The reading sets are both print and go AND Google paperless.
Reading Passage titles:
The Roll of the Dice (Narrative Poem)
The Mystery of the Missing Mystery (Narrative)
The History of the Empire State Building (Informational)
---31 FSA Style Questions and Answers
Coloring Pages are also included for bulletin boards - We are Ready (Language Arts Skills)
Writing Passage titles:
(Worker Animals Set) -
Seeing Eye Dogs
The Worker Mule
---Two Writing Prompts both Informational and Explanatory
200 PowerPoint Slides - Jeopardy Style Review Games - fully editable
Buyer's Note: The reading tests are printable and Google ready, the writing tests are print and go, and the games can only be used in Powerpoint.
Good luck on the tests :)
Why am I qualified to write these passages, writing prompts, and Common-Core aligned questions? Not only have I worked as a Language Arts Teacher for 30 years with a Highly Qualified Status, but I also have spent the last 15 years writing state and national assessments, such as the SATs, ACTs, and individual state assessments that align with the Common-Core standards. This includes grading, item writing, and passage writing for these assessments.