Fourth-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Argument Writing: Who Is Your Audience?

    In this brief questionnaire, students will think about who their audience is and what they believe.

  • Valentine's Day Creative Writing #4

    What does it mean to be struck by Cupid's arrow? Help your child build her writing skills with a Valentine's Day writing prompt.

  • Summer Fun Checklist

    With this summer fun checklist, your child can check off some classic summertime activities and dream up some of her own for maximum summer adventure!

  • Valentine's Day Reflection

    Enjoy a sweet writing response page all about Valentine's Day. Kids will get to reflect on an important person in their life.

  • Examples of Nonfiction

    Familiarize with the nonfiction genre by thinking about all the nonfiction you read or see each day.

  • Writing Prompt for Kids

    Let's go on a writing adventure! Imagine if you woke up in a completely different country, and no idea how to get home. What would you do next?

  • Making Connections Tic-Tac-Toe

    Get your students excited about making text connections!

  • Summer Quotes

    Collect your favorite summer quotes from friends and family in this Say What? sheet.

  • Animal Report: Camel

    Learn step by step how to create a report! Research facts about camels, complete the sentences, then use the sentences to create a report about camels.

  • How to Begin a Story

    Get acquainted with a few different writing techniques with this fun prompt. Kids will start the same story in a few different ways.

  • Complete the Story: Marnie's Muffins

    Does your child need a head start in creative writing? Give her this story starter worksheet, and she'll help Marnie figure out how to bake her muffins!

  • Silly Haiku

    Have some fun with haiku! These haiku poem prompts mix pop culture with zen creativity.

  • Haiku for Kids

    Mix a fun with zen in this haiku activity! Students will practice writing about everyday objects in the style of haiku.

  • "Knock On Wood"

    Have you ever knocked on wood to counter-jinx yourself? Now it's time to find out the truth behind this well-known superstition!

  • Summer Friends

    Keep a record of friends you meet over the summer with this impromptu address book to fill with fun facts about all the friends you make this summer.

  • Summer Movies List

    List your favorite movies that came out this summer, then write your very own reviews of the best—and maybe the worst!—of the bunch.

  • Create a Sandwich

    Calling all chefs! This menu needs a new sandwich item. Can you come up with a delicious and innovative concoction?

  • Persuasive Writing: Testing Your Reasons

    Helping your students support their opinions with thoughtful reasons will prepare them to write strong persuasive texts.

  • Ways to Start a Story

    How many ways can you start a story? Have fun with writing, and practice telling the beginning of a story in six different ways.

  • Let’s Get Writing! Character Planning

    Kids map out character development with this organizer.

  • Easter Creative Writing #8

    Easter decorations are full of pastels, pinks and yellows! But why do those colors represent Easter? Help your child write a response to this question.

  • Good Ways to Start a Story

    Flex those creative writing skills by starting a story in a few different ways! Use the picture as a prompt, and use each technique to start a story.

  • Black Cats

    Did you ever get bad luck from seeing a black cat cross your path? Maybe the superstition is not as scary as you thought!

  • Starting a Story

    Starting a story can be the toughest part of writing. Help your child flex his creativity by starting the same story in six different ways!