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Fourth Grade Ela Word Meaning Worksheets

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  • Homophones: I See the Sea!

    Use this resource with your students to help them learn about homophones and practice identifying correct homophones.

  • Look Inside!

    If your students need practice identifying the roots and affixes of a word to decode the meaning, then this worksheet is for you!

  • What are Homophones?

    Can ewe right the write words? Weight, I mean you! Wait, now I'm just confused... Learn about homophones with this fun worksheet.

  • Language Arts Review Part 1

    This language arts review provides a quick way to assess your students’ knowledge of parts of speech and other skills.

  • Play on Words

    With this word play worksheet students will practice identifying words and phrases that have deeper meaning, such as oxymorons and puns.

  • Baseball Rules

    These baseball rules for kids are a sneaky way to spice up study time.

  • Look for the Sounds

    Give your students practice with onomatopoeia identification and various contexts of the associated sounds. This worksheet will help your fourth and fifth graders recognize onomatopoeia words and how they enhance the meaning of the text.

  • 4th Grade Spelling Test: U.S. Capitals

    Your student will be able to navigate difficult words with ease after he completes this test that combines spelling and social studies smarts.

  • Sounds Like an Animal!

    If your students need more practice with onomatopoeia, this worksheet will provide them with examples of common animal sounds and related contexts.

  • Word Part of the Week: sub

    Help your students get to know a common prefix with this great graphic organizer.

  • Write or Right

    Write or right? Your fourth grader will need just a little repetition to memorize these homophones.

  • Words That are Nouns and Verbs

    Learn about homographs, or words that have multiple meanings. Your child can practice using each of these words as a noun, and then as a verb.

  • 4th Grade Spelling Test: Making Music

    Your child will become a spelling maestro after completing this practice test, full of music-related words.

  • 4th Grade Spelling Test: U.S. States

    Combine spelling and social studies smarts with this two-in-one test that practices spelling and the names of U.S. states.

  • Words With Double Meanings

    Expand your child's vocabulary with this creative exercise. He'll get practice writing out definitions for homographs that are both a noun and a verb.

  • Ancient Pyramid Vocabulary Game

    Match definitions with 4th grade vocabulary words to make it to the top of an ancient pyramid.

  • Word Part of the Week: graph

    Help your students get to know a common root word with this great graphic organizer.

  • Environmental Vocabulary Spelling Practice

    After completing this green-themed worksheet of environmental vocab, your student will be a mean, green spelling machine!

  • Word Part of the Week: per

    Help your students get to know a common prefix with this great graphic organizer.

  • Mixed Review Language Arts Assessment

    In this mid-year assessment, students will apply their language arts knowledge to a broad set of problems.

  • Word Part of the Week: dia

    Help your students get to know a common prefix with this great graphic organizer.

  • Word Part of the Week: dict

    Help your students get to know a common root word with this great graphic organizer.

  • Word Part of the Week

    Use this graphic organizer to introduce your students to a root word or affix of your choice.

  • Word Part of the Week: fin

    Help your students get to know a common root word with this great graphic organizer.

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