Fourth Grade Ela Word Meaning Worksheets


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  • Figurative Language Practice

    Help demystify figurative language for your third grader with this worksheet that challenges him to explain what the figurative descriptions in bold mean.

  • Similes: Easy as Pie

    If someone looses their glasses, are they as blind as a bee or a bat? This fill-in-the-blank worksheet introduces your child to popular similes.

  • What Is an Idiom?

    Learn what an idiom is, and do some fun coloring with this informative worksheet.

  • Idioms: Tell Us What You Think!

    Use this worksheet to review figurative language! Students will write what they think each idiom on this worksheet means.

  • Synonyms for Bad

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

  • Who Is Gregor Mendel?

    Get an interesting lesson in science along with valuable reading practice with this Gregor Mendel biography worksheet.

  • Metaphors and Similes

    Tennyson the Turtle provides a jolly introduction to metaphors and similes! Help your child to identify the figures of speech in this story.

  • All About Galileo

    Learn all about Galileo! Whether your kid is an aspiring scientist or just needs some reading practice, this Galileo biography worksheet hits the mark!

  • 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."

  • Look Around! Using Context Clues

    Students will use context clues as they select the meaning of words.

  • Prefix Practice: Dis- Non- Un-

    Kids practice using the prefixes dis-, un-, and non- in this worksheet.

  • Let's Practice Homophones

    Children will identify the correct homophones while building their vocabulary skills in this fill-in-the-blank exercise.

  • Tricky Homophones

    In this activity, students will use context clues to select appropriate homophones.

  • Vivacious Vocabulary #1

    Kids use grade-level words in sentences with this vocabulary worksheet.

  • Nonfiction Comprehension: Main Idea & Context Clues

    In this exercise, students will practice an active reading strategy while building their vocabulary!

  • Read the Star Spangled Banner

    Jump into the lyrics of the U.S. national anthem with a reading comprehension worksheet. Kids read the song, and then draw a picture to illustrate it.

  • Freshwater Fish

    40% of all known fish species call ponds, lakes, rivers, and other fresh water habitats home. Learn about freshwater fish in this worksheet.

  • Finding Word Meaning: Context Clues & Text Features

    As your students read through this passage, they will underline key words and reinforce their understanding of those words in context.

  • How the Whale Got His Throat

    Enjoy "How the Whale Got His Throat" by Rudyard Kipling, and complete some reading comprehension activities, including a few coloring pages!

  • Identify the Idiom

    Kids practice using idioms in this figurative language worksheet.

  • Word Part of the Week: ness

    Help your students get to know a common suffix with this great graphic organizer!

  • Spelling Squiggles

    Mirroring an electronic format, this worksheet gives students practice in evaluating spelling suggestions given in word processing and making corrections to selected words.

  • 4th Grade Spelling Test: Careers

    Your child can get a head start on spelling with this test, focusing on the many different careers your child has to choose from.

  • Who is Saint Valentine?

    Who is Saint Valentine? Learn about the legendary figure with this fill-in-the-blank worksheet and answer the question, "Who is Saint Valentine?" for yourself.