Fourth-grade - Ela concepts
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- Finding the Theme
Use this reading comprehension resource to help your students identify the theme of a story.
- Endangered Species: Amur Leopard
There are many endangered species all around the world. Read about the Amur leopard and why it's endangered with this information page.
- Reading Genre Challenge
Kids hunt for different reading genres using this interactive worksheet.
- Rochelle's Birthday Surprise
Little brothers and sisters can be annoying sometimes, but that's never an excuse to waste a perfectly good cupcake.
- What is Historical Fiction?
You may not realize how many beloved books and award-winning movies are historical fiction. Get a taste of historical fiction and try writing some yourself.
- Graphic Organizer: Problem & Solution
Use this resource to organize the different ways a character tries to solve a problem in a fiction text.
- Inferences & Evidence
Students can use this graphic organizer to make inferences as they read fiction or nonfiction texts.
- Hot Cross Buns: Read to Remember
After reading a short story, your students will practice writing a simple summary.
- Detecting the Author's Purpose
Students will set out to categorize different types of text using the author's purpose as a guide.
- Literary Essay Graphic Organizer
Help your fourth graders organize the structure of their literary essays with this graphic organizer.
- Rudyard Kipling: What's the Theme?
In this exercise, students will work through a series of steps to identify the theme of a classic story.
- Comparing Two Stories
Use this resource for your students to practice reading and comparing the story elements of two fiction texts.
- What is Science Fiction?
Science fiction is a hugely popular genre of books, movies and TV shows. Read this worksheet to get a taste of some of the originators of sci-fi.
- Nonfiction Comprehension: Main Idea & Context Clues
In this exercise, students will practice an active reading strategy while building their vocabulary!
- Find the Theme Flowchart
With this easy-to-use flowchart, your students will learn how to find the theme of a fictional story.
- The Boy Who Cried Wolf: Evaluating Character Traits
Kids find character traits in this classic fable.
- Point of View
If your little one loves to read, teach her about the differences in narrative point of view with this worksheet.
- Simple Summary Reading Log
Use this half-sheet graphic reading log to help students write simple summaries.
- Character Traits: Making Inferences
Kids hunt for clues about a character's traits with this worksheet.
- Making Connections Part 1: Literary Response
Students will practice making connections between a text and their real life experiences in this reading comprehension activity.
- Conflict in Literature
Learn all about conflict in literature and how it makes the story possible in this conflict in literature worksheet.
- Romeo and Juliet for Kids
Get a great introduction to one of Shakespeare's most famous tragedies, Romeo and Juliet. This abridged version is perfect for young readers.
- Comparing Story Elements in Two Fiction Texts
This helpful resource gives your students practice comparing story elements.
- What is Fantasy?
While learning about literary genres, if you're suddenly being approached by magical little men and menacing monsters, you have been swept away into fantasy.