Fourth-grade - Ela concepts
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- Opinion Paragraphs
Let your voice be heard! Prepare students for essay writing with these fun prompts that encourage them to express their opinions.
- Mystery Map Writing Prompt
Where could this map lead to? Give your beginning writer a fun way to exercise his creativity.
- Acrostic Poem: "Mother"
In an acrostic poem, the first letter of each line spells out a word or message! Give your child a fun challenge with this acrostic "mother" poem starter.
- Oreo Persuasive Writing
Hook your students with this cookie-themed exercise that will teach the basics of strong persuasive writing.
- What is a Narrative? Kinds of Narratives
In this activity, students will explore different kinds of narratives.
- Writing for a Reader
Build strong writing skills with this fun activity on persuasive writing. Kids will use real life scenarios to practice writing strong arguments.
- Seasons Writing Prompt
If seasons were animals, what animals would they be? Give your nature-lover a fun and writing prompt that will challenge her creativity.
- Complete the Story: Dotty and the Necklace
The first half of Dotty's story is here, but the second half is missing! Can your child come up with her own ending to complete the page?
- Argument Writing: Counter-Arguments
With this exercise, students will practice writing counter-arguments and rebuttals.
- Reading Response Letter Format
Use this activity to teach students the structure and content of a reading response letter.
- Steps to Writing a Research Paper
Visualize the steps to writing a research paper with this essential guide!
- Secret Door Writing Prompt
What if you discovered a secret passageway in your house! Write a story to tell what you'd do next in that situation.
- Writing for an Audience
Get to know your readers with this practice prompt, to help kids learn the importance of writing for an audience.
- The Bill of Rights
Kids learn about the Bill of Rights with this illuminating 3-page worksheet that paraphrases the amendments into easily understandable English.
- Argument Writing: Parts of an Argument
Introduce your students to the five parts of an effective argument.
- Winter Writing: No Nouns
Nouns are an important part of every sentence! What would happen if we tried to write a story with no nouns?
- Cite and Explain Your Evidence #1: Literary Response
This guided practice reinforces how strong writers make a claim that they can support with strong evidence.
- My Superpower
Flex your superhuman writing abilities with a fun prompt! If you could be a superhero, what power would you want to have?
- Opinion vs Fact
Can you tell the difference between fact and opinion? Hone writing skills by identifying opinion vs fact.
- Crafting a Thesis Statement: Literary Essay Writing
This activity will afford your fourth graders the chance to think about the claim they want to make in their literary essays and give them practice writing an intro paragraph.
- Writing Prompt: The Present
It seems that Christmas magic has gone haywire! Be creative and write a story to explain this silly holiday scene.
- Planning Your Reading Response Letter
Collect and organize your thoughts in preparation for a reading response letter with this graphic organizer.
- Argument Writing: Persuasive Letters
In this exercise, your young writers will write a persuasive letter to a person of their choice.
- Make a Match: Show Don’t Tell
Kids learn how to "show" instead of "tell" in their writing.