Fourth-grade - Ela concepts
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- Organizing My Opinion
Get kids thinking about their opinions! This worksheet will help you gain an understanding of how your students organize their ideas prior to crafting a new writing piece. This resource pairs well with the Household Chores writing prompt.
- Monster Under The Bed!
What if the monster under the bed was just lonely and shy? Have some spooky fun with this writing prompt to challenge your point of view.
- Kids' Writing Prompts
Take your pick from this packet of writing prompts which focus on one scene that has lots of possibilities. Is your young storyteller ready?
- Household Chores: Opinion Writing Exercise
Catch a glimpse into your students’ thoughts and ideas while simultaneously assessing their spelling, punctuation, and grammar skills!
- Informational Outlines 3
Use this exercise with your students to pick out facts that would support a paragraph about spring cleaning
- Argument Writing: Respond to a Formal Letter
Young writers will write a persuasive letter in response to a formal letter.
- Creative Writing for Kids: Millionaire
Use your imagination to decide what you would do if you had a million dollars! Write about it in this creative writing exercise.
- Let's Practice! How to Write a Paragraph
After reviewing the different parts of a paragraph, your fourth graders will choose a topic and outline their own paragraph!
- 4th Grade Spelling Test: Space Exploration
Your child can take her spelling skills to new heights with this space-themed test especially for 4th graders.
- Creative Writing for Kids: Restaurant Owner
Encourage your fourth grader to put his writing skills and imagination to good use by imagining that he is opening up a restaurant and writing about it!
In Greek mythology, it was believed that trees had souls called dryads. These female spirits would watch over the forest.
- Thanksgiving Writing Activity #3
Can you remember your favorite Thanksgiving? With the help of this festive writing prompt, your child can polish her creative writing skills.
- Organize your Informational Essay: Travel
This activity will help your third graders organize the facts and details for an informational writing piece.
- Polishing Writing: Editing Symbols and Tips for Writing on the Computer
Uh oh, I spy a typo! This activity will serve as a resource to help your writers understand some basic strategies and copyediting symbols for polishing their writing.
- Sentence Makeover 2
Give a paragraph a beauty makeover! Take a paragraph this is choppy and create a more rhythmic and flowing paragraph.
- Sci Fi Writing Prompt: End of the World
What if you were the last person on earth? Give your child some fun writing practice with this sci-fi writing prompt.
- Thinking About Characters: Literary Response
When students note observations as they read, they gain a deeper understanding of the characters.
- The Boogeyman
Did you know that kids all over the globe know of the boogeyman? This cautionary tale is told in almost every country!
- Mystery of the Yeti
Can you spot the yeti? Help your child learn about a famous mythical creature with this page all about the yeti!
- A Mighty Title
Students will then popular upper grade novel titles and determine the strategies those authors used to grab readers' attention.
- Dear Santa Writing Prompt
Put a fun spin on the typical "Dear Santa" letter. Your child must use persuasive language to convince Santa to bring her the presents she wants!
- Argument Writing: Who Is Your Audience?
In this brief questionnaire, students will think about who their audience is and what they believe.
- Informational Outlines 1
This resource gives your students practice outlining an informational paragraph on changes during the spring season.
- Complete the Story: Gail's Garden
This story starter will help your child learn about story structure and plot. She'll read the beginning and the end, filling in the parts that are missing.