Fourth-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Persuasive Paragraph

    Give your writing some structure with this persuasive paragraph worksheet.

  • Literary Essay Graphic Organizer

    Help your fourth graders organize the structure of their literary essays with this graphic organizer.

  • What is Drama?

    You may not think drama and theater is its own literary genre, but it requires a whole different style of writing and storytelling.

  • Informational Writing Graphic Organizer

    Use this resource to help your students get organized. The labeled sections will guide them to follow the proper informative essay structure.

  • Persuasive Writing Assessment

    This language arts assessment will illustrate your students’ writing abilities within the persuasive writing genre.

  • Winter Writing Prompt

    Do Christmas angels play hockey? Use your imagination to elaborate on this wacky winter scene!

  • Winter Descriptive Writing

    Record the sights, smells, tastes and sounds of winter! This winter writing prompt challenges your child to practice sensory description.

  • Persuasive Writing Prompt Cards

    Your students will be ready to share their opinions and evidence when answering high interest persuasive writing prompts.

  • Realistic Fiction Writing Assessment

    This assessment will illustrate your students’ writing abilities within the realistic fiction writing genre.

  • Find the Sentence Patterns

    Your students will enjoy reading this messy story and finding the different sentence structures.

  • Opinion Essay: Anchor Paper

    Use this example of a persuasive essay to dissect and identify the parts of this genre.

  • Argument Writing: Match the Evidence

    While playing this fun memory game, students will find a piece of evidence that supports each claim.

  • Opinion Paragraphs

    Let your voice be heard! Prepare students for essay writing with these fun prompts that encourage them to express their opinions.

  • Mystery Map Writing Prompt

    Where could this map lead to? Give your beginning writer a fun way to exercise his creativity.

  • Writing Roundup

    This worksheet bundle rounds up some writing prompts for your child to explore different writing styles.

  • Sort the Story: Amanda & the Panda

    Your fourth grader can practice story sequencing and flex his reading comprehension by putting the paragraphs in order to tell a story beginning to end.

  • Imagery Using Verbs and Adjectives

    This exercise will provide the opportunity for students to practice revising vague descriptions using more powerful verbs and adjectives.

  • To Capitalize or Not To Capitalize?

    Practice basic capitalization rules with this worksheet which asks: to capitalize or not capitalize?

  • Super Story Retelling

    Story retelling is a wonderful exercise in comprehension and vocabulary use.

  • Informative Essay: Mixed Up Essay

    Students will organize and construct the skeleton of an informative essay with this engaging problem-solving activity.

  • Volcano Writing Scene

    This volcano writing worksheet is a great brainstorm starter and provides a different approach to composition, perfect for research-based writing.

  • What is a Narrative? Kinds of Narratives

    In this activity, students will explore different kinds of narratives.

  • Informative Essay: Anchor Paper

    Students will look at a sample essay and try to pick out the kind of details and big ideas that make an informative essay tick.

  • Seasons Writing Prompt

    If seasons were animals, what animals would they be? Give your nature-lover a fun and writing prompt that will challenge her creativity.