Fourth-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Theme, Cause, and Effect Reading Log

    Students will provide details of cause and effect events directly related to theme.

  • Point of View Writing for Kids

    Reading examples is a great place to start point of view writing for kids!

  • What is a Memoir?

    Do you know what a memoir is? This worksheet will tell you and show you some great examples from famous memoirs.

  • More Reading Between the Lines

    Your students will need to read between the lines as they make inferences about the various scenes included in this reading exercise.

  • The Wizard in The Wizard of Oz

    Learn more about one of the most famous characters in children's literature, The Wizard of Oz, in this character analysis sheet.

  • Compare & Contrast Themes

    Get your students thinking about themes as they compare and contrast two different picture books of their choice.

  • Rhyme Scheme Practice

    It's time to find some rhymes! Help your budding poet learn to identify rhyme schemes in poetry with this worksheet.

  • Storyboard Summary

    With this storyboard, students will draw and write about events in a chronological order.

  • Thinking About Themes: Reflection Cards

    Use this resource to help your students familiarize themselves with the concept of literary themes.

  • Writing Book Reviews

    This worksheet will help your child organize the details needed to write about a book he's read!

  • The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County

    Can a frog really swallow quail shot? Explore exaggeration with this reading exercise on Mark Twain's "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County."

  • The Story of Orion

    Here's a snapshot of the story of Orion. His tale makes for light reading and simple practice with story structure for kids.

  • Plot Diagram

    Is your student a budding fiction writer? Start her career off on the right foot with this plot diagram worksheet.

  • Make Your Own Comic Strip

    Fill in the speech and thought bubbles as a guy and girl talk on the phone.

  • The Secret Garden Setting

    The Secret Garden's setting tells you a lot about characters, plot, and conflict. Explore the role of setting in literature in this worksheet.

  • What is Biography?

    Learn all about the biography genre, including autobiography and journalism, and read some classic excerpts from its famous authors.

  • Endangered Species: Forest Owlet

    Teach your child about an endangered species with this information page, all about the Forest Owlet. He can color as he reads some interesting facts.

  • 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.

  • Elements of a Story: Sort It Out!

    During this activity, students will match parts of a story to one of four elements.

  • Timeline Organizer

    Students can use this versatile graphic organizer to order events in fiction or nonfiction texts.

  • The Monkey King

    Read this shortened version of the Monkey King story, then try your hand at writing a new folk tale starring the Monkey King himself!

  • Literature Response Prompts

    Let your students choose their own prompts with this reading response exercise.

  • Writing in Response to Reading

    When students note observations as they read, they gain a deeper understanding of their texts.

  • The Secret Garden Characters

    Explore characters in literature by extracting clues from this paragraph about one of the main Secret Garden characters: Miss Mary Lennox.