Reading Worksheets for Young Learners: Higher Level Patterns and Short Stories

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These 120 reading worksheets have students focus on one particular grammar target at a time in affirmative, negative, and question patterns. Different vocabulary is substituted into the target sentence so the student can witness firsthand the rules of English in action by seeing how parts of the sentence change.
LEVEL 5 Introduces: (See curriculum for details)
Time Words in the morning, in the afternoon, at night, on the weekend.
“She waters the plants on the weekend. I do my homework at night.”
Adverbs of Frequency always, usually, sometimes, never.
“He usually plays soccer in the afternoon. I always read a book at night.”
Comparative Adjectives bigger, smaller, cheaper, more expensive, etc.
“The goat is smaller than the elephant. The log is shorter than the fox.”
“The robot is more expensive than the bike. The mug is the same price as the grapes.”
“Which is longer? Which is smaller?”
Quotation Marks and the Verb say in Speech.
“Cloud Castle. Everybody off,” says the zebra.
The hippo queen says “Hello Emily. You can use this kite.”
Future Tense with BE verb + going to + verb.
“They are going to go to the aquarium today.”
“We’re going to eat some cheese. He isn’t going to drink any water.”
“Where are you going to go? What is Nancy going to do?”
Simple Past Tense with irregular verbs.
“He found his pencil case this morning. I bought a drink on Monday.”
Phrasal Verbs put on, take off, fall off.
“She took off her shoes. She didn’t put on her hat. He fell off a ladder.”
Pronouns something, someone.
“Someone found his book. Who found it?”
“Harry fell off something. What did he fall off?”
Past Tense Speech Verbs asked, said, shouted.
“What’s that?” asked Jo. “I don’t know,” said Billy.
LEVEL 6 Introduces: (See curriculum below for details)
Superlative Adjectives the biggest, the smallest, the most expensive.
“The whale is the biggest. The fish is the smallest.”
“The red fox is longer than the black fox, but the orange fox is the longest.”
“Which is the smallest? Is the telescope the most expensive?”
Adverbs of Manner well, badly, slowly, fast, carefully, carelessly, etc.
“Susan bakes well. Lily bakes badly. The baby crawls fast.”
“That animal moves fast. This animal doesn’t move fast.”
“How did he carry the glasses? Did he cook the soup well?”
“Luke rode his bike fast. Jane was singing loudly.”
Present Perfect Tense to express Experience HAVE + past participle.
“Kate has been to Egypt. My parents have been to the USA.”
“Have you ever been to Australia? Has she ever been to France?”
Present Perfect Tense to express Completed Actions.
“Ron has walked the dog. Amy hasn’t brushed her teeth yet.”
“Jack has been to the library. Ted hasn’t done his homework yet.”
“Have you looked under your bed? What have you put in it?”
Relative Pronouns which, who, that.
“The frog which is jumping is red. The frog which is sitting is green.”
“The girl who bought a drink has a pet rabbit.”
“The boy who took off his shoes likes to go swimming.”
“The elephant that is under the cloud has grey ears.”
“How old is the boy that likes swimming?”
“Amy is one year younger than the boy who has been to Japan.”
Conjunctions and, because.
“Ginger opened her window and threw a paper plane to Sophia.”
“Sophia could speak Spanish because her father was Mexican.”
Goes well with:
These worksheets can be used with the other READING, PHONICS, and WRITING worksheet packages for a more complete learning experience.
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