Memorial Day | Fiction Here's a refreshing story, after reading which, you will most likely love America with twice the fervor and gaiety.
An amazing Andrea impresses you, and so does Grayson.
Are there many things that distinguish your continent from the other?
This reading passage is packed with exciting details about the seven continents.
The questions include choosing the moral of the story and more.
Father's Day | Fiction Miguel's love for Dad is unique. Watch this father-son love unfold with delight, in this reading comprehension piece.Also, children should be able to read at a good rate and with an expression good for a fifth grader.History of New York City | Non-fiction Steeped in history, New York is a key player in the economic and cultural arenas of America.Migration Story | Poem The poet paints an amazingly beautiful and interesting picture of how Canada geese migrate to a warmer place.This informational text is followed by questions in literary devices and understanding quatrains and rhyme schemes.Write the meanings of words, tell what the story is about and more.The Seven Continents | Non-fiction How well do you know your continent?Teamwork | Fiction "Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much." The fable is build around the theme - teamwork.Familiarize 5th-grade children with the two genres of stories, compare and contrast between characters and more.Gingersnap Smile | Fiction The smile is the child's curiosity, and the wrinkles are Grandpa's wisdom.This grade 5 reading comprehension is a breath of fresh air as it helps describe a scene and compare and contrast the thematic elements of the story.