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Fourth Grade Ela Writing Process WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- Opinion Essay: Mixed Up Essay
Students will organize and construct the skeleton of an persuasive essay with this engaging activity.
- Christmas Gift Writing Prompt
Get in the spirit of Christmas with a writing prompt about your favorite Christmas gifts! Your child can use descriptive language to make a paragraph.
- Christmas in Summer
Did you know that in Australia, December 25th is actually during the summer? Imagine if we celebrated Christmas during the summer!
- Paragraph Puzzle 1
The structure of a paragraph becomes clearer when you think critically about the choices a great author made and try to recreate them.
- Studying Paragraphs
Students will use an excerpt from the book The Secret Agent Training Manual: How to Make and Break Top Secret Messages by Elizabeth Singer Hunt to study paragraph structure.
- Christmas Writing Prompt
This Christmas writing prompt gets your child to think about what it's like to have Santa's job. Try this Christmas writing prompt with your young writer.
- Creative Writing: Electricity
These days, we seem wired to our electronics! Challenge your child to imagine a world without electricity in this creative writing prompt.
- Creative Writing for Kids: Pet Dinosaur
Fourth graders can practice writing and storytelling in this creative writing exercise based on a make-believe pet dinosaur!
- Argument Writing: Parts of an Argument #2
Young writers will practice identifying the five parts of an effective argument before writing their own argument.
- Write On! Strong Concluding Paragraphs
Young writers will practice the challenging skill of writing a strong concluding paragraph.
- Complete the Story: Baseball Tryouts
Get your little storyteller in gear for creative writing! This story starter worksheet is perfect for honing your child's writing skills.
- Creative Writing: Living Underwater
Ever wish you could breathe underwater? This creative writing prompt asks your child to imagine if humans could live underwater!
- Spice Up Your Sentences with Adverb Phrases
Teach young writers to spice up sentences with adverb phrases in this engaging activity.
- Reading Response Letter Checklist
After students have learned about reading response letters they can use this checklist to polish their own letter.
- Christmas Writing Activity
Do you remember your favorite Christmas experience? Get your little writer to practice her creative writing with a fun prompt.
- Supporting Opinions
Get ready to voice your opinion! This three-part series will strengthen kids' writing organization and their confidence.
- Cite and Explain Your Evidence #2: Literary Response
This guided practice reinforces how strong writers make claims and support them with strong evidence.
- Christmas Creative Writing Prompt
Enlighten the holiday spirit in your beginning writer, and have her respond to this Christmas writing prompt about the holiday colors.
- Let's Practice! How to Write a Persuasive Paragraph
After reviewing the different parts of a persuasive paragraph, your fourth graders will outline their own persuasive paragraph.
- Revision Review
Assess kids' revision process knowledge with this worksheet.
- Adding Voice to Your Writing
There are many ways that writers can add voice to their writing, including dialect, emotion, word choice, and ALL CAPS.
- Great Writing Starts with Golden Ideas
Use this worksheet as a tool to assist your young writers in selecting the perfect idea for their narrative.
- Descriptive Writing: Video Game
Got a video game geek on your hands? Give him a fun alternative with this creative writing sheet, where he'll get to make up his own video game!
- Halloween Creative Writing
Get creative with this Halloween writing exercise. Your child will write a brief paragraph on the topic provided. Think scary thoughts!