4th Grade Reading Comprehension Tests

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4th Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments

<PLEASE NOTE DUE TO SCHOOL CLOSURES THIS PRODUCT UPDATES HAVE BEEN PLACED ON HOLD>

Looking for assessments to be used as a reading formatives or reading summative assessments in your fourth grade classroom?

This growing bundle is designed to progress monitor fourth graders' reading comprehension throughout the year. When this pack is complete, it will include three comprehension tests per nine weeks for a total of 12 tests!

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Other Grade Levels Available

2nd Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments

3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Assessments

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Multi-Age Reading Comprehension Assessments

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Pack Highlights:

►Each test is leveled to guarantee fourth grade student readability, with text and question complexity increasing as the year progresses.

► A variety of skills are covered on each assessment as shown in the top right-hand corner of the front page.

►2 passages per assessment to help foster testing stamina and meet 4th grade testing rigor demands.

►Each assessment includes a variety of multiple-choice questions as pulled from Webb's depth of knowledge question scale.

►Each assessment features one written response question that prompts students to answer and site evidence from the text.

►Question format modeled after PARCC styling testing including 'part a and part b' questions as well as "select all that apply"

►Variety of fiction and non-fiction texts to spot check understanding in both Reading Literature and Reading Informational texts.

►Similar formatting for each assessment.

►Cloze Reading practice

►Answer keys are included.

►Every test is classroom tested!

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Tests currently available in this bundle:

Quarter 1 Assessments:

1.1-The First Day of 4th Grade-realistic fiction

The Case for Recess, Everyday-newspaper article (non-fiction)

Skills Covered:

  • Ask/answer questions
  • Author’s purpose
  • Citing information
  • Character’s actions
  • Context clues
  • Author’s craft
  • Conventional spelling
  • Making an Inferences
  • Ending punctuation
  • Main idea and details
  • Capitalization

1.2- A is for Apple- Non-fiction

A Trip to Windy View Orchard- Realistic Fiction

Skills Covered:

  • Ask/answer questions
  • Author’s purpose
  • Citing information
  • Scientific process/procedures
  • Context clues
  • Author’s craft
  • Conventional spelling
  • Making an Inferences
  • Ending punctuation
  • Main idea and details
  • Capitalization
  • Word choice
  • Shades of Meaning
  • Subject/verb agreement


1.3- Spider Eyes- Non-fiction

Grandmother Spider- Hopi Folktale

Anansi: Stealing Stories- West Africa Folktale

Skills Covered:

  • Ask/answer questions
  • Point of View
  • Citing information
  • Context Clues
  • Compare topics of different cultures.
  • Using text features
  • Homophones/homographs
  • Drawing conclusions
  • Shades of meaning
  • Main idea and details
  • Theme

Quarter 2 Assessments:

2.1- The Class President Problem- realistic fiction

Whiskers Win the Presidency?- newspaper article

How to Win and Election - expository essay

Skills Covered:

  • Ask/answer questions
  • Author's purpose
  • Citing information
  • Context Clues
  • word parts (prefix im-)
  • ID problem and solution
  • Homophones/homographs
  • Drawing conclusions
  • Shades of meaning
  • Main idea and detail

2.2- A Northern Light Friend- realistic fiction

The Aurora Borealis- non-fiction text

Legends and Beliefs of the Aurora Borealis - non-fiction

Skills Covered:

  • Ask/answer questions
  • Author’s Purpose
  • Citing information
  • Root words
  • Context clues
  • Text structure
  • Using illustrations
  • Homophones/homographs
  • Character changes
  • Shades of meaning
  • Main idea and details
  • Text features

2.3- The Field Trip Accident- realistic fiction

Brick Sculptures Can Help- (newspaper article)

Bricks Camp- fiction

Skills Covered:

  • Ask/answer questions
  • Author’s Purpose
  • Citing information
  • Point of View
  • Making an inference
  • Context clues
  • Text structure
  • Using illustrations
  • Homophones/homographs
  • Character actions
  • Synonyms
  • Main idea and details
  • Text features

Quarter 3 Assessments:

3.1- Coming January 8th

3.2-Coming January 29th

3.3- Coming Feb 19th

Quarter 4 Assessments:

4.1-Coming March 18th

4.2- Coming April 2nd

4.3- Coming April 23rd

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Total Pages
79 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently and proficiently.
Analyze how two or more texts address similar themes or topics in order to build knowledge or to compare the approaches the authors take.
Delineate and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, including the validity of the reasoning as well as the relevance and sufficiency of the evidence.
Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.
Assess how point of view or purpose shapes the content and style of a text.

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