Middle School Reading Worksheets

Middle school reading worksheets encourage your kid to read actively and to examine text closely and carefully. These middle school reading worksheets are a great way to help your child learn about famous writers, cultural legends, and historical events. If your kid is more artistic, we have printables that provide an opportunity for poetry analysis. Are you dealing with a more civic-minded youth? Many of our reading worksheets discuss the government and the duties of citizens. Whatever topic you choose, your middle schooler will be challenged to read at a young adult level and will build essential critical thinking skills that will serve him for years to come.
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Panchatantra: 'The Broken Pot'
Countries Word Search: Mexico
Romeo and Juliet: Character Study
Panchatantra: 'The Foolish Friend'
Discover a few timeless Indian fables with this set of reading comprehension and critical thinking worksheets perfect for fifth graders.
Practice paraphrasing, or putting another person's writing in your own words, with these cool paraphrasing worksheets. Kids read and paraphrase fun passages on science, history and more.
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Ancient Egypt Word Search
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Adjectives Starting with 'F'
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Middle school reading worksheets encourage your kid to read actively and to examine text closely and carefully. These middle school reading worksheets are a great way to help your child learn about famous writers, cultural legends, and historical events. If your kid is more artistic, we have printables that provide an opportunity for poetry analysis. Are you dealing with a more civic-minded youth? Many of our reading worksheets discuss the government and the duties of citizens. Whatever topic you choose, your middle schooler will be challenged to read at a young adult level and will build essential critical thinking skills that will serve him for years to come.

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