Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Correlations

Daily Warm-Ups: Reading, Grade 4

Daily Warm-Ups: Reading, Grade 4

  • 4th Grade
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Strand - Reading Standards: Literature, Grade 4

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.4.2: Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text; summarize the text.

Passage Page
Problem Solved! 89
The Race of the Wolves 90
Good Aim 91
Cooking for Turkey 92
Coming Around Again 93
The Cover 94
Flamingo Foibles 95
Housework 96
Princess Problems 97
Funny Frieda 98
Early to Rise 99
Practicing Patience 100
Scrambled Eggs 101
In Need 102
Perfection 103
Surprising Twist 104
Civil Love 105
Welcome Home 106
You're Fired 107
Baby Doll 108
The Gettysburg Address 109
Maren's Wish 110
The Uniform 111
Refuge from the Storm 112
Shot Heard Around the World 113
Blast Off! 114
Being Needled 115
Over the Top 116
Sacrifice Brings Blessings 117
Sick of It 118
Out of the Dust 119
Spelling Bee 120
Bake-Sale Blues 121
Overboard! 122
Artistic Talent 123
The Field Trip 124
A Sudsy Day 125
The Field Day 126
Family Reunion 127
Haunted Halloween 128
Friends in the Morning 129
The Attack at Midnight 130
Faded Memories 131
Mystery Solved 132
My Dog Ate It 133
Ski Buddies 134
I Spy! 135
The Cave 136
Ironing Board Surfing 137
April Fool's Day 138
The Treasure 139
The Chess Champion 140
Here Comes the Dog! 141
The Peeping Tom 142
The Missing Shoe 143
The Mysterious Mail 144
The Stolen Bike 145
Wild Things in the Closet 146
The Secret Friend 147
S.O.S. 148
Puppy Love 149
Alarming Discovery 150
Racing for Friendship 151
The Disappearing Cat 152
Will Power 153
Volleyball Venue 154
Martian Madness 155
The Quest 156
Football Practice 157
Computer Virus 158
Fly Away Home 159
Make a Wish 160
The Legend 161
The Toe Hair 162
Open Up 163
Grocery Shopping 164
Touch and Go 165
Round 'Em Up 166

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.4.3: Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words, or actions).

Passage Page
Problem Solved! 89
The Race of the Wolves 90
Good Aim 91
Cooking for Turkey 92
Coming Around Again 93
The Cover 94
Flamingo Foibles 95
Housework 96
Princess Problems 97
Funny Frieda 98
Early to Rise 99
Practicing Patience 100
Scrambled Eggs 101
In Need 102
Perfection 103
Surprising Twist 104
Civil Love 105
Welcome Home 106
You're Fired 107
Baby Doll 108
The Gettysburg Address 109
Maren's Wish 110
The Uniform 111
Refuge from the Storm 112
Shot Heard Around the World 113
Blast Off! 114
Being Needled 115
Over the Top 116
Sacrifice Brings Blessings 117
Sick of It 118
Out of the Dust 119
Spelling Bee 120
Bake-Sale Blues 121
Overboard! 122
Artistic Talent 123
The Field Trip 124
A Sudsy Day 125
The Field Day 126
Family Reunion 127
Haunted Halloween 128
Friends in the Morning 129
The Attack at Midnight 130
Faded Memories 131
Mystery Solved 132
My Dog Ate It 133
Ski Buddies 134
I Spy! 135
The Cave 136
Ironing Board Surfing 137
April Fool's Day 138
The Treasure 139
The Chess Champion 140
Here Comes the Dog! 141
The Peeping Tom 142
The Missing Shoe 143
The Mysterious Mail 144
The Stolen Bike 145
Wild Things in the Closet 146
The Secret Friend 147
S.O.S. 148
Puppy Love 149
Alarming Discovery 150
Racing for Friendship 151
The Disappearing Cat 152
Will Power 153
Volleyball Venue 154
Martian Madness 155
The Quest 156
Football Practice 157
Computer Virus 158
Fly Away Home 159
Make a Wish 160
The Legend 161
The Toe Hair 162
Open Up 163
Grocery Shopping 164
Touch and Go 165
Round 'Em Up 166

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.4.1: Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Passage Page
Problem Solved! 89
The Race of the Wolves 90
Good Aim 91
Cooking for Turkey 92
Coming Around Again 93
The Cover 94
Flamingo Foibles 95
Housework 96
Princess Problems 97
Funny Frieda 98
Early to Rise 99
Practicing Patience 100
Scrambled Eggs 101
In Need 102
Perfection 103
Surprising Twist 104
Civil Love 105
Welcome Home 106
You're Fired 107
Baby Doll 108
The Gettysburg Address 109
Maren's Wish 110
The Uniform 111
Refuge from the Storm 112
Shot Heard Around the World 113
Blast Off! 114
Being Needled 115
Over the Top 116
Sacrifice Brings Blessings 117
Sick of It 118
Out of the Dust 119
Spelling Bee 120
Bake-Sale Blues 121
Overboard! 122
Artistic Talent 123
The Field Trip 124
A Sudsy Day 125
The Field Day 126
Family Reunion 127
Haunted Halloween 128
Friends in the Morning 129
The Attack at Midnight 130
Faded Memories 131
Mystery Solved 132
My Dog Ate It 133
Ski Buddies 134
I Spy! 135
The Cave 136
Ironing Board Surfing 137
April Fool's Day 138
The Treasure 139
The Chess Champion 140
Here Comes the Dog! 141
The Peeping Tom 142
The Missing Shoe 143
The Mysterious Mail 144
The Stolen Bike 145
Wild Things in the Closet 146
The Secret Friend 147
S.O.S. 148
Puppy Love 149
Alarming Discovery 150
Racing for Friendship 151
The Disappearing Cat 152
Will Power 153
Volleyball Venue 154
Martian Madness 155
The Quest 156
Football Practice 157
Computer Virus 158
Fly Away Home 159
Make a Wish 160
The Legend 161
The Toe Hair 162
Open Up 163
Grocery Shopping 164
Touch and Go 165
Round 'Em Up 166

Craft and Structure

ELA.RL.4.4: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., Herculean).

Passage Page
The Race of the Wolves 90
Good Aim 91
Cooking for Turkey 92
Coming Around Again 93
The Cover 94
Housework 96
Princess Problems 97
Funny Frieda 98
Scrambled Eggs 101
In Need 102
Perfection 103
Surprising Twist 104
Civil Love 105
Welcome Home 106
You're Fired 107
Baby Doll 108
The Gettysburg Address 109
Refuge from the Storm 112
Shot Heard Around the World 113
Being Needled 115
Sacrifice Brings Blessings 117
Out of the Dust 119
Spelling Bee 120
The Field Trip 124
A Sudsy Day 125
Family Reunion 127
Haunted Halloween 128
Friends in the Morning 129
The Attack at Midnight 130
Faded Memories 131
My Dog Ate It 133
I Spy! 135
The Cave 136
April Fool's Day 138
The Chess Champion 140
The Peeping Tom 142
Wild Things in the Closet 146
S.O.S. 148
Puppy Love 149
Racing for Friendship 151
Volleyball Venue 154
Football Practice 157
Computer Virus 158
The Legend 161
Touch and Go 165
Round 'Em Up 166

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RL.4.9: Compare and contrast the treatment of similar themes and topics (e.g., opposition of good and evil) and patterns of events (e.g., the quest) in stories, myths, and traditional literature from different cultures.

Passage Page
Problem Solved! 89
The Race of the Wolves 90
Good Aim 91
Cooking for Turkey 92
Coming Around Again 93
The Cover 94
Flamingo Foibles 95
Housework 96
Princess Problems 97
Funny Frieda 98
Early to Rise 99
Practicing Patience 100
Scrambled Eggs 101
In Need 102
Perfection 103
Surprising Twist 104

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

ELA.RL.4.10: By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, in the grades 4-5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.

Passage Page
Problem Solved! 89
The Race of the Wolves 90
Good Aim 91
Cooking for Turkey 92
Coming Around Again 93
The Cover 94
Flamingo Foibles 95
Housework 96
Princess Problems 97
Funny Frieda 98
Early to Rise 99
Practicing Patience 100
Scrambled Eggs 101
In Need 102
Perfection 103
Surprising Twist 104
Civil Love 105
Welcome Home 106
You're Fired 107
Baby Doll 108
The Gettysburg Address 109
Maren's Wish 110
The Uniform 111
Refuge from the Storm 112
Shot Heard Around the World 113
Blast Off! 114
Being Needled 115
Over the Top 116
Sacrifice Brings Blessings 117
Sick of It 118
Out of the Dust 119
Spelling Bee 120
Bake-Sale Blues 121
Overboard! 122
Artistic Talent 123
The Field Trip 124
A Sudsy Day 125
The Field Day 126
Family Reunion 127
Haunted Halloween 128
Friends in the Morning 129
The Attack at Midnight 130
Faded Memories 131
Mystery Solved 132
My Dog Ate It 133
Ski Buddies 134
I Spy! 135
The Cave 136
Ironing Board Surfing 137
April Fool's Day 138
The Treasure 139
The Chess Champion 140
Here Comes the Dog! 141
The Peeping Tom 142
The Missing Shoe 143
The Mysterious Mail 144
The Stolen Bike 145
Wild Things in the Closet 146
The Secret Friend 147
S.O.S. 148
Puppy Love 149
Alarming Discovery 150
Racing for Friendship 151
The Disappearing Cat 152
Will Power 153
Volleyball Venue 154
Martian Madness 155
The Quest 156
Football Practice 157
Computer Virus 158
Fly Away Home 159
Make a Wish 160
The Legend 161
The Toe Hair 162
Open Up 163
Grocery Shopping 164
Touch and Go 165
Round 'Em Up 166

Strand - Reading Standards: Informational Text, Grade 4

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.4.1: Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Passage Page
Ladybugs 9
The Panda Bear 10
Killer Whales 11
The Sloth 12
The Rattlesnake 13
The Praying Mantis 14
The Bison 15
Flamingos 16
The Giraffe 17
The Monarch Butterfly 18
Desert Tortoise 19
Clown Fish 20
The Mountain Lion 21
Gecko Lizards 22
The Jellyfish 23
The Wombat 24
Walt Disney 25
Helen Keller 26
Babe Ruth 27
Henry Ford 28
Laura Ingalls Wilder 29
Claude Monet 30
Dr. Seuss 31
John Glenn 32
Abigail Adams 33
Elvis Presley 34
Eleanor Roosevelt 35
Alexander Graham Bell 36
John F. Kennedy 37
Charles Lindbergh 38
Oprah Winfrey 39
Jesse Owens 40
Boston Tea Party 41
Segregation 42
Pearl Harbor 43
Man on the Moon 44
The Gettysburg Address 45
The Star-Spangled Banner 46
The New England Colonies 47
Ellis Island 48
Alaska Becomes a State 49
Westward, Ho! 50
Southern Plantations 51
Women's Rights 52
The Dust Bowl 53
Leisure Time in America 54
I Have a Dream 55
Jupiter 56
The Central Nervous System 57
Mercury 58
Uranus 59
Earth's Atmosphere 60
Earthquakes 61
Amphibians 62
The Ear 63
Insects 64
The Circulatory System 65
The Muscular System 66
Tornadoes 67
Constellations 68
Venus 69
The Asteroid Belt 70
The Oceans 71
Childhood Obesity 72
Littering 73
Teacher Selection 74
Character Education 75
Too Much TV! 76
School Uniforms 77
Enough Sleep 78
Amount of Homework 79
Heavy Backpacks 80
Cell Phones 81
School Lunch Menu 82
Quality of Children's Movies 83
Extracurricular Activities 84
Discipline at School 85
Drug-Prevention Programs 86

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.4.2: Determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by key details; summarize the text.

Passage Page
Ladybugs 9
The Panda Bear 10
Killer Whales 11
The Sloth 12
The Rattlesnake 13
The Praying Mantis 14
The Bison 15
Flamingos 16
The Giraffe 17
The Monarch Butterfly 18
Desert Tortoise 19
Clown Fish 20
The Mountain Lion 21
Gecko Lizards 22
The Jellyfish 23
The Wombat 24
Walt Disney 25
Helen Keller 26
Babe Ruth 27
Henry Ford 28
Laura Ingalls Wilder 29
Claude Monet 30
Dr. Seuss 31
John Glenn 32
Abigail Adams 33
Elvis Presley 34
Eleanor Roosevelt 35
Alexander Graham Bell 36
John F. Kennedy 37
Charles Lindbergh 38
Oprah Winfrey 39
Jesse Owens 40
Boston Tea Party 41
Segregation 42
Pearl Harbor 43
Man on the Moon 44
The Gettysburg Address 45
The Star-Spangled Banner 46
The New England Colonies 47
Ellis Island 48
Alaska Becomes a State 49
Westward, Ho! 50
Southern Plantations 51
Women's Rights 52
The Dust Bowl 53
Leisure Time in America 54
I Have a Dream 55
Jupiter 56
The Central Nervous System 57
Mercury 58
Uranus 59
Earth's Atmosphere 60
Earthquakes 61
Amphibians 62
The Ear 63
Insects 64
The Circulatory System 65
The Muscular System 66
Tornadoes 67
Constellations 68
Venus 69
The Asteroid Belt 70
The Oceans 71
Childhood Obesity 72
Littering 73
Teacher Selection 74
Character Education 75
Too Much TV! 76
School Uniforms 77
Enough Sleep 78
Amount of Homework 79
Heavy Backpacks 80
Cell Phones 81
School Lunch Menu 82
Quality of Children's Movies 83
Extracurricular Activities 84
Discipline at School 85
Drug-Prevention Programs 86

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.4.3: Explain events, procedures, ideas, or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text, including what happened and why, based on specific information in the text.

Passage Page
The Bison 15
The Monarch Butterfly 18
Helen Keller 26
Alexander Graham Bell 36
Jesse Owens 40
Boston Tea Party 41
Segregation 42
The Star-Spangled Banner 46
Ellis Island 48
Alaska Becomes a State 49
Southern Plantations 51
Women's Rights 52
The Dust Bowl 53
Leisure Time in America 54
Earthquakes 61
The Ear 63
The Oceans 71
Childhood Obesity 72
Too Much TV! 76
Enough Sleep 78
Cell Phones 81
School Lunch Menu 82

Craft and Structure

ELA.RI.4.4: Determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in a text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.

Passage Page
The Panda Bear 10
Killer Whales 11
The Monarch Butterfly 18
Desert Tortoise 19
Clown Fish 20
The Mountain Lion 21
Gecko Lizards 22
The Jellyfish 23
The Wombat 24
Walt Disney 25
Babe Ruth 27
Henry Ford 28
Laura Ingalls Wilder 29
Dr. Seuss 31
Eleanor Roosevelt 35
Oprah Winfrey 39
Pearl Harbor 43
Man on the Moon 44
The Gettysburg Address 45
The Star-Spangled Banner 46
Ellis Island 48
Alaska Becomes a State 49
Southern Plantations 51
Jupiter 56
Uranus 59
Amphibians 62
The Circulatory System 65
Venus 69
The Asteroid Belt 70
The Oceans 71
Childhood Obesity 72
Teacher Selection 74
Too Much TV! 76
Enough Sleep 78
Heavy Backpacks 80
Quality of Children's Movies 83
Discipline at School 85

Craft and Structure

ELA.RI.4.5: Describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution) of events, ideas, concepts, or information in a text or part of a text.

Passage Page
John Glenn 32
Jesse Owens 40
Boston Tea Party 41
Segregation 42
Ellis Island 48
Leisure Time in America 54
Earth's Atmosphere 60
Earthquakes 61
The Oceans 71
Childhood Obesity 72
Littering 73
Teacher Selection 74
Character Education 75
Too Much TV! 76
School Uniforms 77
Enough Sleep 78
Heavy Backpacks 80
Cell Phones 81
School Lunch Menu 82
Quality of Children's Movies 83
Extracurricular Activities 84
Discipline at School 85
Drug-Prevention Programs 86

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RI.4.8: Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text.

Passage Page
Ladybugs 9
The Panda Bear 10
Killer Whales 11
The Sloth 12
The Rattlesnake 13
The Praying Mantis 14
The Bison 15
Flamingos 16
The Giraffe 17
The Monarch Butterfly 18
Desert Tortoise 19
Clown Fish 20
The Mountain Lion 21
Gecko Lizards 22
The Jellyfish 23
The Wombat 24
Walt Disney 25
Helen Keller 26
Babe Ruth 27
Henry Ford 28
Laura Ingalls Wilder 29
Claude Monet 30
Dr. Seuss 31
John Glenn 32
Abigail Adams 33
Elvis Presley 34
Eleanor Roosevelt 35
Alexander Graham Bell 36
John F. Kennedy 37
Charles Lindbergh 38
Oprah Winfrey 39
Jesse Owens 40
Boston Tea Party 41
Segregation 42
Pearl Harbor 43
Man on the Moon 44
The Gettysburg Address 45
The Star-Spangled Banner 46
The New England Colonies 47
Ellis Island 48
Alaska Becomes a State 49
Westward, Ho! 50
Southern Plantations 51
Women's Rights 52
The Dust Bowl 53
Leisure Time in America 54
I Have a Dream 55
Jupiter 56
The Central Nervous System 57
Mercury 58
Uranus 59
Earth's Atmosphere 60
Earthquakes 61
Amphibians 62
The Ear 63
Insects 64
The Circulatory System 65
The Muscular System 66
Tornadoes 67
Constellations 68
Venus 69
The Asteroid Belt 70
The Oceans 71
Childhood Obesity 72
Littering 73
Teacher Selection 74
Character Education 75
Too Much TV! 76
School Uniforms 77
Enough Sleep 78
Amount of Homework 79
Heavy Backpacks 80
Cell Phones 81
School Lunch Menu 82
Quality of Children's Movies 83
Extracurricular Activities 84
Discipline at School 85
Drug-Prevention Programs 86

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

ELA.RI.4.10: By the end of year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.

Passage Page
Ladybugs 9
The Panda Bear 10
Killer Whales 11
The Sloth 12
The Rattlesnake 13
The Praying Mantis 14
The Bison 15
Flamingos 16
The Giraffe 17
The Monarch Butterfly 18
Desert Tortoise 19
Clown Fish 20
The Mountain Lion 21
Gecko Lizards 22
The Jellyfish 23
The Wombat 24
Walt Disney 25
Helen Keller 26
Babe Ruth 27
Henry Ford 28
Laura Ingalls Wilder 29
Claude Monet 30
Dr. Seuss 31
John Glenn 32
Abigail Adams 33
Elvis Presley 34
Eleanor Roosevelt 35
Alexander Graham Bell 36
John F. Kennedy 37
Charles Lindbergh 38
Oprah Winfrey 39
Jesse Owens 40
Boston Tea Party 41
Segregation 42
Pearl Harbor 43
Man on the Moon 44
The Gettysburg Address 45
The Star-Spangled Banner 46
The New England Colonies 47
Ellis Island 48
Alaska Becomes a State 49
Westward, Ho! 50
Southern Plantations 51
Women's Rights 52
The Dust Bowl 53
Leisure Time in America 54
I Have a Dream 55
Jupiter 56
The Central Nervous System 57
Mercury 58
Uranus 59
Earth's Atmosphere 60
Earthquakes 61
Amphibians 62
The Ear 63
Insects 64
The Circulatory System 65
The Muscular System 66
Tornadoes 67
Constellations 68
Venus 69
The Asteroid Belt 70
The Oceans 71
Childhood Obesity 72
Littering 73
Teacher Selection 74
Character Education 75
Too Much TV! 76
School Uniforms 77
Enough Sleep 78
Amount of Homework 79
Heavy Backpacks 80
Cell Phones 81
School Lunch Menu 82
Quality of Children's Movies 83
Extracurricular Activities 84
Discipline at School 85
Drug-Prevention Programs 86

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