Fourth Grade Ela Writing Process Worksheets


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  • Complete the Story: Dotty and the Necklace

    The first half of Dotty's story is here, but the second half is missing! Can your child come up with her own ending to complete the page?

  • Argument Writing: Counter-Arguments

    With this exercise, students will practice writing counter-arguments and rebuttals.

  • Punctuating Your Letter

    Challenge students to find and edit specific punctuation errors! This letter-editing exercise is good practice for students learning to write both formal letters — like persuasive or business correspondence — and friendly, informal letters.

  • Informational Writing: Linking Ideas

    Use this exercise with your students to practice linking ideas within their writing to make strong connections.

  • Reading Response Letter Format

    Use this activity to teach students the structure and content of a reading response letter.

  • Frozen in Time...

    What if you woke up on Christmas morning and time had stopped! What would happen next?

  • Finish the Mystery

    By writing the story themselves, kids can learn to identify larger concepts and ideas in writing.

  • Scary Writing

    Uh oh! Either way you're in trouble with this scary and thrilling creative writing prompt.

  • Secret Door Writing Prompt

    What if you discovered a secret passageway in your house! Write a story to tell what you'd do next in that situation.

  • Writing for an Audience

    Get to know your readers with this practice prompt, to help kids learn the importance of writing for an audience.

  • Map Your Essay

    This graphic organizer will help your students map out their essay.

  • Combining Sentences: Coordinating Conjunctions

    Learn how to use coordinating conjunctions and practice using them in sentences.

  • Hook Your Reader!

    Students will study effective hooks and have the option to craft some hooks for their own writing.

  • Write an Ice Skating Story

    Write an ice skating story based on the illustration on the page. It can be silly or heartfelt, even science fiction!

  • Letter Checklist

    There are a lot of parts to a letter. This checklist helps students ensure they have a complete and polished piece of correspondence. It includes the main parts of a letter; conventions; format; and tips for how to choose a closing.

  • Loch Ness Monster

    "Nessie" may be the world's most famous unseen sea creature! Try seeing things from her point of view with this fun writing prompt.

  • Argument Writing: Parts of an Argument

    Introduce your students to the five parts of an effective argument.

  • Finish the Story: The Forest

    Your student must put her creative writing skills to the test to complete the parts of the story that are missing.

  • Cite and Explain Your Evidence #1: Literary Response

    This guided practice reinforces how strong writers make a claim that they can support with strong evidence.

  • My Superpower

    Flex your superhuman writing abilities with a fun prompt! If you could be a superhero, what power would you want to have?

  • Write Your Essay

    This worksheet will help your writers begin to craft their essay by walking them, step-by-step, through paragraph writing and structuring their ideas.

  • 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.

  • Writing Prompt: The Present

    It seems that Christmas magic has gone haywire! Be creative and write a story to explain this silly holiday scene.

  • Planning Your Reading Response Letter

    Collect and organize your thoughts in preparation for a reading response letter with this graphic organizer.