Fourth Grade Ela Writing Process Worksheets


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  • Baba Yaga

    What would happen if Baba Yaga had a hoarding intervention? Get to know a famous and eerie Russian folktale with this creative writing exercise.

  • Correcting Run-On Sentences

    Kids revise run-on sentences with this worksheet.

  • Descriptive Writing Prompt

    If your student is experiencing some writer's block, give her a fun activity to practice descriptive writing! She'll write about if she owned her own shop.

  • Letter Template

    Help your students write letters to a pen pal, faraway relative, and others! This letter template gives students practice writing formal letters — like persuasive or business correspondence — and friendly, informal letters.

  • Argument Writing: Persuasive Letters

    In this exercise, your young writers will write a persuasive letter to a person of their choice.

  • Make a Match: Show Don’t Tell

    Kids learn how to "show" instead of "tell" in their writing.

  • Finish the Story: The Kitten

    Here is a great story-starter for more advanced writers. Your student will put his creativity to the test by filling in the blanks to this story!

  • Story Mountain Realistic Fiction Graphic Organizer

    Kids plot out a realistic fiction story with this graphic organizer.

  • Writing in Response to Reading

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

  • Christmas Creative Writing

    Keep creativity alive this winter break with a creative writing prompt, inspired by the spirit of Christmas giving!

  • Informative Essay: Idea Map

    Introduce students to this graphic organizer to help them outline their ideas for an essay of their own.

  • Halloween Writing Prompts

    Polish your writing skills with this spooky Halloween writing exercise! Your child will use his imagination to build a scary story from this prompt.

  • Gold Rush Advertisement

    Look at this scene of a mining town during the Gold Rush and create an advertisement that persuades people to travel to California.

  • Crazy Monday!

    Instead of reading the story and then reviewing it, kids have to put this mixed-up story back together in order to understand what's going on.

  • Write Your Own Mystery

    Get into the story and decide what happens next. How's it going to end? That's upto your fourth grader!

  • Editing and Revision Practice

    Your students will practice proofreading and revising with this helpful editing activity.

  • How to Cite Strong Evidence: Literary Response

    These example literary responses model how to cite and explain evidence to support a claim.

  • Collecting Strong Evidence

    This graphic organizer will help your young writers organize and explain their supporting evidence.

  • Revision Review #2

    Assess your students’ knowledge of the revision process and its role in the writing process.

  • La Llorona

    What would happen if La Llorona went to anger management? Engage your young writer with this fun twist on a classic and spooky ghost story.

  • Transition Words & Phrases: Task Cards

    Upper grade students practice using transitions to craft clear and cohesive writing.

  • Mix Up Your Sentences with Conjunctions and Adverb Phrases

    In this writing exercise, students will practice crafting richer, complex sentence combinations using conjunctions and adverb phrases.

  • Sentence Makeover 1

    Give a paragraph a beauty makeover! Take a paragraph that is choppy and create a more rhythmic and flowing paragraph.

  • Frame Your Essay

    This prewriting exercise will help your writers shape their topic and start to generate support ideas.