5th Grade Science Bundle - Science Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions

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    Looking for a way to bring science into your literacy block while teaching about the science standards? This is a YEAR LONG bundle that will save you hours of time! You'll receive 47 informational texts that cover all of the science standards for 5th grade! Students will do a close read on a science based topic, answer multiple choice questions (10 questions for each article), then use graphic organizers to show what they've learned.

    This is an entire year worth of reading passages that connect to the science standards for 5th grade! By downloading the bundle, you are saving 40%!

    This science reading comprehension passage, questions, and graphic organizers are the perfect way to connect science and literacy. These passages are high-interest, non-fiction passages and are a great way to teach all about science. Students will read about science while practicing reading skills, too!

    5th Grade Science Text and Close Activities Includes:

    • 47 Informational Texts
    • 470 Multiple Choice Questions with Answer Key (10 questions for each text)
    • Teacher Tips
    • Questions to Ask Students
    • Close Reading Steps on a Bookmark

    Version with "Annotate the Text" and Version with "Mark the Text"

    • How to Mark the Text Bookmark
    • How to Annotate the Text Bookmark
    • 7 Graphic Organizers:

    1. Main Ideas with Text Evidence

    2. Ideas with Text Evidence

    3. Central Ideas with Details

    4. Main Idea with Details, Main Idea, Details, Conclusion

    5. KWL

    6. Overview: Topic, Author's Purpose, Key Vocabulary, Most Important Thing,

    I wonder, Important Facts, Illustration

    7. Context Clues (3 versions: 3 words, 4 words, 5 words)

    Topics Included:

    1. Energy
    2. Electrical Energy
    3. Mechanical Energy
    4. Light Energy
    5. Sound Energy
    6. Heat Energy
    7. Chemical Energy
    8. Circuits
    9. Conductors and Insulators
    10. Balanced & Unbalanced Forces
    11. Forces and Motion
    12. Push and Pull
    13. Magnets
    14. States of Matter
    15. What Dissolves in Water?
    16. Atomic Theory
    17. Chemical & Physical Changes
    18. Water Cycle
    19. Weather in Environments
    20. Weather Tools
    21. Types of Precipitation
    22. Climate Zones
    23. Natural Disasters
    24. Control Groups
    25. Experimental Trials
    26. Experiments vs. Investigations
    27. Scientific Method
    28. Inner & Outer Planets
    29. Types of Galaxies
    30. Objects in Solar System
    31. Amphibians
    32. Arthropods
    33. Birds
    34. Fish
    35. Mammals
    36. Reptiles
    37. Hereditary & Learned Behaviors
    38. Plant and Animal Adaptations
    39. Flowering & Non-Flowering Plants
    40. Complete & Incomplete Metamorphosis
    41. Circulatory System
    42. Digestive System
    43. Immune System
    44. Musculoskeletal System
    45. Nervous System
    46. Urinary System
    47. Respiratory System

    Spark a love of science with these high-interest, science-based reading passages.  A great way to meet multiple standards with one activity. 

    Ideas for Use:

    • Whole Group Instruction
    • Partner Practice
    • Guided Reading Groups
    • Substitute Plans
    • Send Home to Practice
    • ELA Work Stations or Centers
    • Assessment

    Close Reading: A reading strategy that is used to comprehend and analyze a text closely. Students will typically read the text at least twice for comprehension, details, analysis, and deep questioning of the text’s purpose and meaning.

    Steps for Close Reading:

    1. Read the Text
    2. Mark Up the Text or Annotate the Text
    3. Read the Text Again
    4. Define Unknown Words
    5. Read the Text Again
    6. Respond to Reading

    See the preview for additional information!

    Be sure to check out these engaging science activities!

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    Total Pages
    270 pages
    Answer Key
    Included
    Teaching Duration
    1 Year
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