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Realistic Fiction Reading Passages

Realistic fiction tells the story of a person or animal in a real life setting. All characters act in a way that is true to life; there is no magic or extraordinary happenings. 

(265) Results for Realistic Fiction Reading Passages

The Very Cold Day

by Elizabeth Trach

Wyatt has a new coat for the winter, but so far it h...

The Birthday Wish

by Elizabeth Trach

Polly is very excited about her birthday party. When...

334 Words, 1st-2nd Grades, Context Clues, Fact and Opinion, Story Elements

Laundry Day

by Elizabeth Trach

When Cameron visits his grandmother, he doesn't real...

399 Words, 1st-2nd Grades, Context Clues, Fact and Opinion

The Lucky Lunch

by Elizabeth Trach

One day Ellery left her lunchbox on the bus. She doe...

323 Words, 2nd Grade, Character Traits, Story Elements

Diana Is Invited to Tea with Tragic Results

by Lucy Maud Montgomery from Anne of Green Gables

CHAPTER XVI passage: Anne asks Diana to tea and ente...

800 Words, 4th-6th Grades, Context Clues, Summary, Theme

On the Shelf

by Louisa May Alcott from Little Women

Chapter XXXVIII passage: There are many differences ...

679 Words, 3rd-5th Grades, Compare and Contrast, Summary, Theme

A Tempest in the School Teapot

by Lucy Maud Montgomery from Anne of Green Gables

In this passage from "Anne of Green Gables," Anne ha...

New Impressions

by Louisa May Alcott from Little Women

Chapter XXXVII passage: Laurie has been rejected by ...

724 Words, 3rd-5th Grades, Context Clues, Summary, Theme

Anne’s Confession

by Lucy Maud Montgomery from Anne of Green Gables

Chapter XIV passage: It's a sad time at Green Gables...

991 Words, 4th-6th Grades, Context Clues, Figurative Language, Theme

Beth's Secret

by Louisa May Alcott from Little Women

Chapter XXXVI passage: By this chapter, the reader h...

509 Words, 3rd-5th Grades, Figurative Language, Summary, Theme