Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Correlations

Daily Warm-Ups: Reading, Grade 5

Daily Warm-Ups: Reading, Grade 5

  • 5th Grade
  • 176 pages
  • Product ID: TCR3491

Strand - Reading Standards: Literature, Grade 5

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.5.1: Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Passage Page
Lesson Learned 89
Crime Doesn't Pay 90
The Loud Rabbits 91
House Guests 92
Lazy Bones 93
Stick Together 94
Well Said 95
Peer Pressure 96
The Long Jump 97
Pretty Song 98
The Jealous Wolf 99
The Old Man's Daughters 100
Climbing High 101
Good Fortune 102
Plan B 103
True Love 104
Fire on the Prairie 105
Firm in the Faith 106
Face to Face 107
A Good Book 108
A Safe Landing 109
The Christmas Gift 110
The Substitute 111
Herding Cattle 112
Myreel's Moment 113
Opening Up 114
The Bull Ride 115
First Aid Friendship 116
I Am Japanese 117
Blissful Gratitude 118
Curious Joe 119
Sky High 120
Not Invited 121
Snow Bunny 122
Achoo! 123
Math Whiz 124
Daily News 125
You Live in a Zoo 126
The Dive 127
Girls Just Want to Have Fun 128
Stiff Stranger 129
A Little Motivation 130
The Goldfish Gulp 131
Seth's Courage 132
Dance Fever 133
Teaspoon or Cup? 134
Made in Mexico 135
Washed Ashore 136
The Encounter 137
Neighborly Ghosts 138
Lost Owner 139
Dinner by Firelight 140
My Shadow 141
The Dog Ate It 142
The Big Buck 143
The Race 144
It's All Downhill 145
The Monster 146
A Stroke 147
Rim to Rim 148
Unexpected Delay 149
Fighting Words 150
The Foothold 151
The Wand 152
Alien Invasion 153
Ready, Set, Float 154
Double Trouble 155
Realignment 156
Messy Room 157
Just Her Way 158
Kitchen Patrol 159
Computer Language 160
"I Wish" Syndrome 161
Shhh! 162
Bleached 163
The Night Owl 164
No Manners 165
Hold the Pizza 166

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.5.2: Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text, including how characters in a story or drama respond to challenges or how the speaker in a poem reflects upon a topic; summarize the text.

Passage Page
Lesson Learned 89
Crime Doesn't Pay 90
The Loud Rabbits 91
House Guests 92
Lazy Bones 93
Stick Together 94
Well Said 95
Peer Pressure 96
The Long Jump 97
Pretty Song 98
The Jealous Wolf 99
The Old Man's Daughters 100
Climbing High 101
Good Fortune 102
Plan B 103
True Love 104
Fire on the Prairie 105
Firm in the Faith 106
Face to Face 107
A Good Book 108
A Safe Landing 109
The Christmas Gift 110
The Substitute 111
Herding Cattle 112
Myreel's Moment 113
Opening Up 114
The Bull Ride 115
First Aid Friendship 116
I Am Japanese 117
Blissful Gratitude 118
Curious Joe 119
Sky High 120
Not Invited 121
Snow Bunny 122
Achoo! 123
Math Whiz 124
Daily News 125
You Live in a Zoo 126
The Dive 127
Girls Just Want to Have Fun 128
Stiff Stranger 129
A Little Motivation 130
The Goldfish Gulp 131
Seth's Courage 132
Dance Fever 133
Teaspoon or Cup? 134
Made in Mexico 135
Washed Ashore 136
The Encounter 137
Neighborly Ghosts 138
Lost Owner 139
Dinner by Firelight 140
My Shadow 141
The Dog Ate It 142
The Big Buck 143
The Race 144
It's All Downhill 145
The Monster 146
A Stroke 147
Rim to Rim 148
Unexpected Delay 149
Fighting Words 150
The Foothold 151
The Wand 152
Alien Invasion 153
Ready, Set, Float 154
Double Trouble 155
Realignment 156
Messy Room 157
Just Her Way 158
Kitchen Patrol 159
Computer Language 160
"I Wish" Syndrome 161
Shhh! 162
Bleached 163
The Night Owl 164
No Manners 165
Hold the Pizza 166

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.5.3: Compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., how characters interact).

Passage Page
House Guests 92
Lazy Bones 93
Stick Together 94
Well Said 95
The Long Jump 97
Pretty Song 98
The Old Man's Daughters 100
Good Fortune 102
A Good Book 108
A Safe Landing 109
The Christmas Gift 110
Herding Cattle 112
Opening Up 114
Blissful Gratitude 118
Sky High 120
Not Invited 121
Achoo! 123
You Live in a Zoo 126
Girls Just Want to Have Fun 128
The Goldfish Gulp 131
Seth's Courage 132
Made in Mexico 135
Unexpected Delay 149
Fighting Words 150
Just Her Way 158
No Manners 165

Craft and Structure

ELA.RL.5.4: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative language such as metaphors and similes.

Passage Page
Crime Doesn't Pay 90
The Loud Rabbits 91
House Guests 92
Lazy Bones 93
Stick Together 94
Peer Pressure 96
The Long Jump 97
Pretty Song 98
Climbing High 101
Good Fortune 102
Plan B 103
True Love 104
Fire on the Prairie 105
Firm in the Faith 106
Face to Face 107
A Good Book 108
A Safe Landing 109
The Substitute 111
Herding Cattle 112
Myreel's Moment 113
Opening Up 114
The Bull Ride 115
First Aid Friendship 116
I Am Japanese 117
Curious Joe 119
Sky High 120
Math Whiz 124
Daily News 125
The Dive 127
Girls Just Want to Have Fun 128
A Little Motivation 130
The Goldfish Gulp 131
Dance Fever 133
Made in Mexico 135
Washed Ashore 136
Neighborly Ghosts 138
The Dog Ate It 142
It's All Downhill 145
The Monster 146
Rim to Rim 148
Unexpected Delay 149
Fighting Words 150
The Wand 152
Ready, Set, Float 154
Realignment 156
Messy Room 157
Computer Language 160
"I Wish" Syndrome 161
The Night Owl 164
No Manners 165
Hold the Pizza 166

Craft and Structure

ELA.RL.5.6: Describe how a narrator's or speaker's point of view influences how events are described.

Passage Page
Firm in the Faith 106
A Good Book 108
I Am Japanese 117
Not Invited 121
The Goldfish Gulp 131
Made in Mexico 135
A Stroke 147
The Foothold 151
Just Her Way 158
No Manners 165
Hold the Pizza 166

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RL.5.9: Compare and contrast stories in the same genre (e.g., mysteries and adventure stories) on their approaches to similar themes and topics.

Passage Page
Achoo! 123
Teaspoon or Cup? 134
Rim to Rim 148
The Foothold 151

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

ELA.RL.5.10: By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, at the high end of the grades 4-5 text complexity band independently and proficiently.

Passage Page
Lesson Learned 89
Crime Doesn't Pay 90
The Loud Rabbits 91
House Guests 92
Lazy Bones 93
Stick Together 94
Well Said 95
Peer Pressure 96
The Long Jump 97
Pretty Song 98
The Jealous Wolf 99
The Old Man's Daughters 100
Climbing High 101
Good Fortune 102
Plan B 103
True Love 104
Fire on the Prairie 105
Firm in the Faith 106
Face to Face 107
A Good Book 108
A Safe Landing 109
The Christmas Gift 110
The Substitute 111
Herding Cattle 112
Myreel's Moment 113
Opening Up 114
The Bull Ride 115
First Aid Friendship 116
I Am Japanese 117
Blissful Gratitude 118
Curious Joe 119
Sky High 120
Not Invited 121
Snow Bunny 122
Achoo! 123
Math Whiz 124
Daily News 125
You Live in a Zoo 126
The Dive 127
Girls Just Want to Have Fun 128
Stiff Stranger 129
A Little Motivation 130
The Goldfish Gulp 131
Seth's Courage 132
Dance Fever 133
Teaspoon or Cup? 134
Made in Mexico 135
Washed Ashore 136
The Encounter 137
Neighborly Ghosts 138
Lost Owner 139
Dinner by Firelight 140
My Shadow 141
The Dog Ate It 142
The Big Buck 143
The Race 144
It's All Downhill 145
The Monster 146
A Stroke 147
Rim to Rim 148
Unexpected Delay 149
Fighting Words 150
The Foothold 151
The Wand 152
Alien Invasion 153
Ready, Set, Float 154
Double Trouble 155
Realignment 156
Messy Room 157
Just Her Way 158
Kitchen Patrol 159
Computer Language 160
"I Wish" Syndrome 161
Shhh! 162
Bleached 163
The Night Owl 164
No Manners 165
Hold the Pizza 166

Strand - Reading Standards: Informational Text, Grade 5

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.5.1: Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Passage Page
June Bugs 9
The Armadillo 10
Llamas 11
Sharks 12
The Elephant 13
The Boa Constrictor 14
Penguins 15
Zebras 16
The Antelope 17
The Koala 18
The River Otter 19
The Cottontail Rabbit 20
The Red Fox 21
The Crab Spider 22
Harvest Mice 23
The Sea Anemone 24
Anne Sullivan 25
Albert Einstein 26
Franklin D. Roosevelt 27
Louisa May Alcott 28
Louis Braille 29
Sacagawea 30
Frank Sinatra 31
Elizabeth Cady Stanton 32
Daniel Boone 33
Amelia Earhart 34
Jackie Robinson 35
Langston Hughes 36
Anne Frank 37
Leonardo da Vinci 38
Robert E. Lee 39
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 40
The Battle of Antietam 41
Thanksgiving 42
War of 1812 43
A Time of Reform 44
Changes for Women 45
Moving to the City 46
Battle for the Alamo 47
The Quakers 48
The Women of Independence 49
The Iran Hostage Crisis 50
The Slave Trade 51
A President Resigns 52
The Korean War 53
The Lusitania 54
The Rise of the Common Man 55
The Panama Canal 56
Saturn 57
Geology 58
Static Electricity 59
Volcanoes 60
The Rain Forest 61
The Polar Regions 62
The Telescope 63
Waves 64
Fossils 65
Latitude and Longitude 66
Desert Life 67
Pluto 68
On the Mountain Top 69
Acids and Bases 70
Cricket Temperature 71
PG-13 Movies 72
Sixth Grade Education 73
Skateboard Park 74
Fix the Library 75
Improving Recess 76
School Conditions 77
Teacher Salaries 78
Lunch Choices 79
Too Much Fundraising 80
After-School Activities 81
Take the Test 82
School Assemblies 83
Email Messaging 84
Room for Art 85
Female Sports 86

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.5.2: Determine two or more main ideas of a text and explain how they are supported by key details; summarize the text.

Passage Page
June Bugs 9
The Armadillo 10
Llamas 11
Sharks 12
The Elephant 13
The Boa Constrictor 14
Penguins 15
Zebras 16
The Antelope 17
The Koala 18
The River Otter 19
The Cottontail Rabbit 20
The Red Fox 21
The Crab Spider 22
Harvest Mice 23
The Sea Anemone 24
Anne Sullivan 25
Albert Einstein 26
Franklin D. Roosevelt 27
Louisa May Alcott 28
Louis Braille 29
Sacagawea 30
Frank Sinatra 31
Elizabeth Cady Stanton 32
Daniel Boone 33
Amelia Earhart 34
Jackie Robinson 35
Langston Hughes 36
Anne Frank 37
Leonardo da Vinci 38
Robert E. Lee 39
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 40
The Battle of Antietam 41
Thanksgiving 42
War of 1812 43
A Time of Reform 44
Changes for Women 45
Moving to the City 46
Battle for the Alamo 47
The Quakers 48
The Women of Independence 49
The Iran Hostage Crisis 50
The Slave Trade 51
A President Resigns 52
The Korean War 53
The Lusitania 54
The Rise of the Common Man 55
The Panama Canal 56
Saturn 57
Geology 58
Static Electricity 59
Volcanoes 60
The Rain Forest 61
The Polar Regions 62
The Telescope 63
Waves 64
Fossils 65
Latitude and Longitude 66
Desert Life 67
Pluto 68
On the Mountain Top 69
Acids and Bases 70
Cricket Temperature 71
PG-13 Movies 72
Sixth Grade Education 73
Skateboard Park 74
Fix the Library 75
Improving Recess 76
School Conditions 77
Teacher Salaries 78
Lunch Choices 79
Too Much Fundraising 80
After-School Activities 81
Take the Test 82
School Assemblies 83
Email Messaging 84
Room for Art 85
Female Sports 86

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.5.3: Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas, or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text based on specific information in the text.

Passage Page
The Sea Anemone 24
Anne Sullivan 25
Franklin D. Roosevelt 27
Louisa May Alcott 28
Sacagawea 30
Elizabeth Cady Stanton 32
Anne Frank 37
The Battle of Antietam 41
Thanksgiving 42
War of 1812 43
Moving to the City 46
Battle for the Alamo 47
The Quakers 48
The Iran Hostage Crisis 50
The Korean War 53
The Lusitania 54
Static Electricity 59
Fossils 65
Acids and Bases 70
Cricket Temperature 71

Craft and Structure

ELA.RI.5.4: Determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words and phrases in a text relevant to a grade 5 topic or subject area.

Passage Page
Llamas 11
The Elephant 13
The Koala 18
The River Otter 19
The Cottontail Rabbit 20
The Red Fox 21
The Crab Spider 22
Harvest Mice 23
The Sea Anemone 24
Franklin D. Roosevelt 27
Louisa May Alcott 28
Louis Braille 29
Sacagawea 30
Frank Sinatra 31
Jackie Robinson 35
Robert E. Lee 39
War of 1812 43
Moving to the City 46
The Women of Independence 49
The Slave Trade 51
The Lusitania 54
The Rise of the Common Man 55
Volcanoes 60
The Polar Regions 62
The Telescope 63
Fossils 65
Pluto 68
Acids and Bases 70
Cricket Temperature 71
PG-13 Movies 72
Skateboard Park 74
Improving Recess 76
Teacher Salaries 78
Too Much Fundraising 80
Room for Art 85

Craft and Structure

ELA.RI.5.5: Compare and contrast the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution) of events, ideas, concepts, or information in two or more texts.

Passage Page
Fix the Library 75
Improving Recess 76
School Conditions 77
Teacher Salaries 78
Lunch Choices 79
Too Much Fundraising 80
After-School Activities 81
Take the Test 82
School Assemblies 83
Email Messaging 84
Room for Art 85
Female Sports 86

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RI.5.8: Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text, identifying which reasons and evidence support which point(s).

Passage Page
June Bugs 9
The Armadillo 10
Llamas 11
Sharks 12
The Elephant 13
The Boa Constrictor 14
Penguins 15
Zebras 16
The Antelope 17
The Koala 18
The River Otter 19
The Cottontail Rabbit 20
The Red Fox 21
The Crab Spider 22
Harvest Mice 23
The Sea Anemone 24
Anne Sullivan 25
Albert Einstein 26
Franklin D. Roosevelt 27
Louisa May Alcott 28
Louis Braille 29
Sacagawea 30
Frank Sinatra 31
Elizabeth Cady Stanton 32
Daniel Boone 33
Amelia Earhart 34
Jackie Robinson 35
Langston Hughes 36
Anne Frank 37
Leonardo da Vinci 38
Robert E. Lee 39
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 40
The Battle of Antietam 41
Thanksgiving 42
War of 1812 43
A Time of Reform 44
Changes for Women 45
Moving to the City 46
Battle for the Alamo 47
The Quakers 48
The Women of Independence 49
The Iran Hostage Crisis 50
The Slave Trade 51
A President Resigns 52
The Korean War 53
The Lusitania 54
The Rise of the Common Man 55
The Panama Canal 56
Saturn 57
Geology 58
Static Electricity 59
Volcanoes 60
The Rain Forest 61
The Polar Regions 62
The Telescope 63
Waves 64
Fossils 65
Latitude and Longitude 66
Desert Life 67
Pluto 68
On the Mountain Top 69
Acids and Bases 70
Cricket Temperature 71
PG-13 Movies 72
Sixth Grade Education 73
Skateboard Park 74
Fix the Library 75
Improving Recess 76
School Conditions 77
Teacher Salaries 78
Lunch Choices 79
Too Much Fundraising 80
After-School Activities 81
Take the Test 82
School Assemblies 83
Email Messaging 84
Room for Art 85
Female Sports 86

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

ELA.RI.5.10: By the end of the year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, at the high end of the grades 4–5 text complexity band independently and proficiently.

Passage Page
June Bugs 9
The Armadillo 10
Llamas 11
Sharks 12
The Elephant 13
The Boa Constrictor 14
Penguins 15
Zebras 16
The Antelope 17
The Koala 18
The River Otter 19
The Cottontail Rabbit 20
The Red Fox 21
The Crab Spider 22
Harvest Mice 23
The Sea Anemone 24
Anne Sullivan 25
Albert Einstein 26
Franklin D. Roosevelt 27
Louisa May Alcott 28
Louis Braille 29
Sacagawea 30
Frank Sinatra 31
Elizabeth Cady Stanton 32
Daniel Boone 33
Amelia Earhart 34
Jackie Robinson 35
Langston Hughes 36
Anne Frank 37
Leonardo da Vinci 38
Robert E. Lee 39
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 40
The Battle of Antietam 41
Thanksgiving 42
War of 1812 43
A Time of Reform 44
Changes for Women 45
Moving to the City 46
Battle for the Alamo 47
The Quakers 48
The Women of Independence 49
The Iran Hostage Crisis 50
The Slave Trade 51
A President Resigns 52
The Korean War 53
The Lusitania 54
The Rise of the Common Man 55
The Panama Canal 56
Saturn 57
Geology 58
Static Electricity 59
Volcanoes 60
The Rain Forest 61
The Polar Regions 62
The Telescope 63
Waves 64
Fossils 65
Latitude and Longitude 66
Desert Life 67
Pluto 68
On the Mountain Top 69
Acids and Bases 70
Cricket Temperature 71
PG-13 Movies 72
Sixth Grade Education 73
Skateboard Park 74
Fix the Library 75
Improving Recess 76
School Conditions 77
Teacher Salaries 78
Lunch Choices 79
Too Much Fundraising 80
After-School Activities 81
Take the Test 82
School Assemblies 83
Email Messaging 84
Room for Art 85
Female Sports 86

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