Grade 5 Poetry Worksheets To Print:
My Friend - The poem looks at how our friends lift us up. Answer the questions that follow.
The Oak - This really makes you feel how trees are really living breathing things.
The Hungry Mouse - The endless cheese quest for a mouse with an attitude. Why do you think the mouse exaggerates when he tells the others what
Mr. Miller - Reading this aloud makes a huge difference. What happens when Mr. Miller pulls the string on his
The Cat and the Mouse - We explore the concept of opposites of nature. Which two lines rhyme in each stanza?
First Frost - This reminds me to buy a new hat every year. I always lose hats over the summer.
The River -
You read the title, then you read the poem, then you read the title
again and finally get it.
A Considerable Speck
- What does the speaker in the poem think that the speck is "expressing"
with its feet?
A Book - What does it mean that he "ate and drank the precious words"? What
is the overall effect of the book on the boy?
Which line in the poem indicates how the speaker feels about doing
My Sister -
What does the boy in the poem like best about his sister? There are a few to choose from.
The Road Not Taken
- The timeless thoughts of Frost. Does the speaker think he will ever be able to come back and try the other
The Star -
Science teachers tell me that this poem is scientifically sound too. What comes out of the woods in the poem?
Fire - When
Autumn falls, it's time to fire up the fireplace. Name one sign of autumn the poem mentions.