4th Grade Language Arts

Fourth Grade Language Arts activities, centers, lessons, games, resources and more. Reading, writing, grammar, and word study.
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Six worksheets for practicing the use of the comparative or superlative degrees of adjectives and adverbs. Students learn and practice the spelling rules related to forming comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs. Rules about adding -er and -est to adjectives and adverbs are featured, and students learn when to use "more" and "most". Students practice using irregular comparatives and superlatives. Students to write complete sentences on 2 worksheets. Ideal for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade! Worksheets, Ideas, Kids, Ideal, Life, Practice, Grade, Students, Base Words
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives and Adverbs Worksheets
Six worksheets for practicing the use of the comparative or superlative degrees of adjectives and adverbs. Students learn and practice the spelling rules related to forming comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs. Rules about adding -er and -est to adjectives and adverbs are featured, and students learn when to use "more" and "most". Students practice using irregular comparatives and superlatives. Students to write complete sentences on 2 worksheets. Ideal for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade!
This author's purpose assessment features five types of author's purpose: persuade, inform, entertain, explain, and describe. The first section features matching items, while the second section requires a short-answer response. In the final section, students read a short passage and answer the multiple-choice question that follows. This assessment, made for fourth and fifth grade students, is rigorous and engaging! If you want, you can also use them as worksheets. Fifth Grade, Reading, Multiple, Words, Author, Persuade
Author's Purpose Assessment for Fourth and Fifth Grade
This author's purpose assessment features five types of author's purpose: persuade, inform, entertain, explain, and describe. The first section features matching items, while the second section requires a short-answer response. In the final section, students read a short passage and answer the multiple-choice question that follows. This assessment, made for fourth and fifth grade students, is rigorous and engaging! If you want, you can also use them as worksheets.
Capitalization Rules Worksheets: Edit Sentences for Capital Letters
Do your students struggle with remembering the rules related to capitalization? This packet includes 5 worksheets and 1 assessment that focuses on the most common capitalization rules. Students practice rules related to book titles, proper nouns, relationships, regions, job titles, religions, nationalities, languages, and more! Students edit sentences by drawing three lines under letters that should be capitalized. Ideal for fourth and fifth-grade students!
Topic Sentences and Conclusion Sentences
Teach elementary students to write strong topic sentences and matching conclusion sentences with this expository writing PowerPoint bundle. It features a topic sentences PowerPoint, a conclusion sentences PowerPoint, a worksheet packet for independent practice, and four days of lesson plans.
Author's Point of View PowerPoint
Use this PowerPoint to introduce students how to identify the author's point of view and differing perpectives. It includes a companion handout that is available as a printable or digital activity. Students begin by identifying differing perspectives between characters. Then, they advance to reading a passage and inferring an author's point of view. This PowerPoint activity contains 9 practice passages and is ideal for test prep.
Character Traits PowerPoint
Use this character traits PowerPoint to teach students how to infer character traits using the clues provided in a text. They will analyze a character's feelings, actions, thoughts, and dialogue within a story in order to infer a character trait. 22 character trait words are featured. This reading PowerPoint consists of twelve practice passages, making it ideal for test prep. It can easily be converted to Google Slides, and it contains both a printable and digital companion handout!
These 5 nonfiction text structure posters can be hung in your classroom. They are perfect to use as anchor charts throughout your text structure unit! Informational text structures include description, sequence, compare and contrast, cause and effect, and problem and solution. Each poster includes a description of the text structure and a graphic organizer. This is a great reference tool for students to use throughout the year! Posters, Anchor Charts, Text Structures, Nonfiction Text Structure, Summarizing Nonfiction, Nonfiction Text Features, Nonfiction Reading
Nonfiction Text Structures: Five Posters with Graphic Organizers
These 5 nonfiction text structure posters can be hung in your classroom. They are perfect to use as anchor charts throughout your text structure unit! Informational text structures include description, sequence, compare and contrast, cause and effect, and problem and solution. Each poster includes a description of the text structure and a graphic organizer. This is a great reference tool for students to use throughout the year!
Have your students practice identifying genres. Five worksheets are included. Students will read twelve book titles and descriptions and then infer the book's genre. On the final worksheet, students are presented with a definition, and they identify the genre and list probable characters. This is part of a genre craftivity, but many teachers tell me that they only use the three worksheets! This is perfect for students in fourth and fifth grade. Writing, Teachers, Characters, Identify
Identify the Genre Worksheets with Craftivity Option
Have your students practice identifying genres. Five worksheets are included. Students will read twelve book titles and descriptions and then infer the book's genre. On the final worksheet, students are presented with a definition, and they identify the genre and list probable characters. This is part of a genre craftivity, but many teachers tell me that they only use the three worksheets! This is perfect for students in fourth and fifth grade.
Being able to identify and use text features is essential to reading and comprehending informational texts. Have your students show what they know with this nonfiction text feature assessment. It consists of four pages, and it can also be used as a worksheet packet. This nonfiction text feature resource contains 22 multiple-choice questions. Some questions require students to identify the text feature, while others require that students use the text feature. Just print and go! Texts, Print, Text, Nonfiction
Nonfiction Text Features Assessment or Worksheets
Being able to identify and use text features is essential to reading and comprehending informational texts. Have your students show what they know with this nonfiction text feature assessment. It consists of four pages, and it can also be used as a worksheet packet. This nonfiction text feature resource contains 22 multiple-choice questions. Some questions require students to identify the text feature, while others require that students use the text feature. Just print and go!
Expanding Sentences PowerPoint
Teach students how to write strong sentences with this expanding sentences PowerPoint. Students will learn to expand sentences by adding adjectives and telling WHEN, WHERE, HOW, or WHY an event happened. This resource can be used to create an ideal writing minilesson for upper elementary students. This PowerPoint includes a companion handout and two practice worksheets, as well!
Identify Adverbs: Practice Worksheets and Assessment
Many students have trouble identifying adverbs, so lots of practice activities is essential. This practice packet consists of six worksheets where students identify adverbs in sentences. Students learn that adverbs modify verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. Students also learn that many adverbs end in -ly, but words that end in -ly can also represent other parts of speech, too. Teachers can check their students' understanding by using the adverbs assessment. Ideal for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade!
Prepare your students for reading tests with this set of reading test prep passages! This worksheet packet consists of six reading passages in both print and digital formats. Each passage is followed by six multiple-choice questions that cover a variety of reading skills, like context clues, main idea, theme, text features, sequence, author's purpose, and vocabulary. Use these to review standards with your third, fourth, and fifth grade students before state reading tests. Comprehension Questions, Reading Comprehension Passages, Reading Test Prep, Comprehension Passage, Choice Questions
Reading Test Prep: Six Free Practice Passages for Upper Elementary
Prepare your students for reading tests with this set of reading test prep passages! This worksheet packet consists of six reading passages in both print and digital formats. Each passage is followed by six multiple-choice questions that cover a variety of reading skills, like context clues, main idea, theme, text features, sequence, author's purpose, and vocabulary. Use these to review standards with your third, fourth, and fifth grade students before state reading tests.
These five partner plays are perfect for students who might benefit from targeted activities that work toward building reading fluency and using context clues to infer the meaning of a word within a text. Even the most reluctant reader will enjoy reading these scripts. They are ideal for reading with a partner at school or with a parent at home! Each play contains four highlighted words that students must define. A recording sheet is included. These are written for 4th and 5th grade readers. Play, Reading Fluency, Fluency Activities, Reading Skills
Use context clues and improve fluency with these partner play scripts!
These five partner plays are perfect for students who might benefit from targeted activities that work toward building reading fluency and using context clues to infer the meaning of a word within a text. Even the most reluctant reader will enjoy reading these scripts. They are ideal for reading with a partner at school or with a parent at home! Each play contains four highlighted words that students must define. A recording sheet is included. These are written for 4th and 5th grade readers.
Author's Purpose PowerPoint
Teach your students how to identify the author's purpose for writing with this PowerPoint. This includes the more advanced version of teaching author's purpose... the PIE'ED version with test prep! (persuade, inform, entertain, explain, and describe) The students are taught to go beyond one-word answers. This engaging PowerPoint includes 10 passages and 5 test prep passages with multiple choice questions.