Fourth-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Crazy Story: Summer

    Got a kid crazy for Mad Libs? This summertime edition of the classic kid's game works on writing "hardware" that kids encounter in later elementary years.

  • Writing Instructions

    Help your child learn to write clearly and concisely by writing her own set of "how to" instructions.

  • Great Grammar: Subject Verb Agreement

    Check out this worksheet to help your third grader practice subject verb agreement.

  • Time and Sequence Words Practice

    Budding writers get to know time and sequence words and how to use them effectively in a story in this mini writer's workshop.

  • "A" or "An"

    Teach your child the difference between "a" and "an", two of the three main determiners in the English language.

  • Advanced Grammar: Prepositions & Prepositional Phrases

    Help your child get to know prepositions and prepositional phrases with this grammar worksheet.

  • Past Tense Words

    Give your child a fun practice exercise to show he knows his past tense words.

  • What is a Preposition?

    What is a preposition? Possibly the most confusing parts of speech in English. But this worksheet will be a great introduction.

  • Its or It's?

    "Its" or "it's"? If your child is not sure, help her practice with the sentences on this third grade writing worksheet.

  • Synonyms for Happy

    Young writers can learn to use better adjectives with this vocabulary building worksheet. He'll discover 24 synonyms for the word "happy."

  • Strong Adjectives

    In this fun grammar sheet your child will build his vocabulary thinking of more interesting adjectives to replace the simpler ones.

  • Awesome Adjectives

    Help expand your student's vocabulary with this adjective activity. He'll fill in the blanks with synonyms for "good" to make sentences more interesting.

  • Winter Hyperbole

    Delve into the art of exaggeration with a fun hyperbole activity! Kids will think of wacky ways to describe some cold winter scenarios.

  • Synonyms for Bad

    With this worksheet, your fourth grader will learn 28 synonyms for bad, plus practice grammar and his new words.

  • What Sounds Better? Verbs and Adjectives

    Encourage students to explore the impact of using vivid verbs and adjectives on a simple description, then practice revising a phrase on their own.

  • Building Sentences

    Students will review what it takes to make a complete sentence: a subject and a predicate.

  • Past Tense Quicksand

    This worksheet puts an island adventure twist on basic past tense practice.

  • All Kinds of Adverbs

    Discover the different kinds of adverbs with this simple activity. Students will use different kinds of adverbs to complete sentences.

  • Sentence Mix Up

    This fun group activity will bring out your students’ story-creating skills as they review the four kinds of sentences.

  • Three Sentence Structures

    Students will review and play with three basic sentence structures to liven up their writing.

  • Sentence Combining Practice

    Can your child help Sarah make her writing less repetitive? This sentence combining exercise will help your child, too!

  • Helping vs. Linking Verbs

    Linking and helping verbs may not be the most exciting or understood verbs — but they are still important! Learn and practice these parts of speech with this interactive activity.

  • Synonyms for Smart

    You know your child is smart, but is she brilliant, shrewd and rescourceful? With this worksheet, she'll learn 24 synonyms for the word "smart."

  • Recognize a Fragment When You See One!

    Students will hone their skills at identifying sentences and fragments and making complete sentences.