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Eleanor Roosevelt - Reading Comprehension Activity

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 8 pages | Grades: 4 - 6

Discover the life and contributions of Eleanor Roosevelt with a printable reading passage and comprehension worksheet pack.

Who Was Eleanor Roosevelt? Teaching Resources

Are you a teacher looking for quality teaching resources to engage students in learning about important historical figures while seamlessly combining ELA and Social Studies? Look no further! Our downloadable reading comprehension resources are perfect for teaching your students about Eleanor Roosevelt and her contributions to the world.

Our comprehensive pack includes various worksheets covering a range of reading comprehension and Social Studies concepts. These worksheets are designed to engage students of all levels and learning styles and are easily incorporated into your Reading Comprehension lesson plans.

With these worksheets, your students will learn about Eleanor Roosevelt, one of the most influential figures in U.S. history. They will discover her life story, significant contributions to society, and advocacy for social justice and human rights. They will also develop their critical thinking and analysis skills as they read and respond to texts, answer questions, and build vocabulary.

4th Grade Reading Comprehension Practice

This pack of downloadable reading comprehension worksheets is designed for students in the fourth- and fifth-grade students. We’ve included the following worksheets in your PDF download.

  • 1 x 2-page Reading Comprehension Passage about Eleanor Roosevelt
  • 1 x Reading Comprehension Test (10 questions – multiple choice, short answer, fill-in)
  • 1 x Eleanor Roosevelt Cloze Reading Passage
  • 1 x Constructed Response (Evidence-based) Passage and Prompt.

Download and Print Your Reading Comprehension Worksheets

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This resource was created by Beth Hindi,  a teacher in Texas and Teach Starter Collaborator.


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