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Fourth Grade Ela Genre Writing WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- Christmas Writing
If Christmas were a person, what would he or she be like? Have some fun crafting the ultimate holiday character with this Christmas writing prompt!
- Story Mountain Realistic Fiction Graphic Organizer
Kids plot out a realistic fiction story with this graphic organizer.
- How to Cite Strong Evidence: Literary Response
These example literary responses model how to cite and explain evidence to support a claim.
- Collecting Strong Evidence
This graphic organizer will help your young writers organize and explain their supporting evidence.
- Christmas in Summer
Did you know that in Australia, December 25th is actually during the summer? Imagine if we celebrated Christmas during the summer!
- Argument Writing: Parts of an Argument #2
Young writers will practice identifying the five parts of an effective argument before writing their own argument.
- Introduction to Research: Your Toys!
Does your child know where her toys come from before they're in the toy store? Get your student ready to research with this fun worksheet and activity.
- Complete the Story: Baseball Tryouts
Get your little storyteller in gear for creative writing! This story starter worksheet is perfect for honing your child's writing skills.
- The Three Princes
When three suitors come knocking at the princess's door, which one will she choose? Read The Three Princes, then take the place of the king in an exercise.
- Reading Response Letter Checklist
After students have learned about reading response letters they can use this checklist to polish their own letter.
- Supporting Opinions
Get ready to voice your opinion! This three-part series will strengthen kids' writing organization and their confidence.
- Cite and Explain Your Evidence #2: Literary Response
This guided practice reinforces how strong writers make claims and support them with strong evidence.
- Create a Monster
Many famous mythical creatures tend to reflect the geography of the land around their country of origin. What does your hometown monster look like?
- Argument Writing: Respond to a Formal Letter
Young writers will write a persuasive letter in response to a formal letter.
- Argument Writing: Pick a Prompt
Use this survey to help students think about their opinions and reasoning for eight high-interest prompts.
- Making Connections Part 2: Literary Response
Practice strategic reading and allow children to monitor their own thinking and make connections between texts and life.
- Argument Writing: Topic Cards
Challenge students to come up with arguments and counter-arguments for a controversial topic, whether they agree or not.
- Thanksgiving Creative Writing Prompt
Put a fun twist on writing practice with a fun Thanksgiving writing prompt. Your child will polish her persuasive writing skills and stretch her imagination.
- Argument Writing: Make a Claim
Introduce your students to argument writing with this high-interest prompt about homework!
- Haiku Poetry
Budding writers can find their inner zen and build creative writing skills by practicing some haiku poetry.
- The Boogeyman
Did you know that kids all over the globe know of the boogeyman? This cautionary tale is told in almost every country!
- Changes in the Classroom
Practice opinion writing using a real life situation with this prompt that focuses on changes in the classroom.
- Fill in the Blank Story
Write the story to go along with this series of story illustrations with this fun writing prompt.
- Dear Santa Writing Prompt
Put a fun spin on the typical "Dear Santa" letter. Your child must use persuasive language to convince Santa to bring her the presents she wants!