Students will further develop their creative writing skills with this Autumn writing prompt activity. This is a great worksheet to keep your students’ creativity flowing!
4th Grade CCSS: Writing
For fourth graders, this Common Core area helps students gain mastery of writing skills by working collaboratively and producing written texts, understanding syntax and vocabulary, and organizing their ideas. Among the complete standards for this grade, fourth graders will be asked to: write opinion pieces, explanatory texts, narratives, be able to effectively write introductions, supporting details, developed ideas, reasons, and conclusions to fully realize a piece of writing, properly use illustrations, formatting, and multimedia to enhance a text, use dialogue, and descriptions of emotions and thoughts to show the response of characters to situations, use transitional words to link events in a narrative, with some adult guidance use appropriate technology to publish writing, demonstrate keyboarding skill, understand writing for specific audiences, go through the process of writing, editing and revision for their written work.
“Classroom Reporter: Interview with a Classmate” is the perfect way to introduce students to their classmates and learn more about one another.
Your students will have fun writing about their father in this “He’s the Best” writing activity.
Teach your students about freedom in America with this fun Fourth of July Writing Prompt printable worksheet.
This worksheet features the Japanese poetry style haiku.
Learning how to properly structure an essay can be difficult. With this Main Idea Tree, students will create an outline that allows them to better understand the different parts of a five paragraph essay. Students will be asked to write their introduction, a main idea, three topic sentences, three supporting details for each topic sentence, and a conclusion.
Use this image of a large tree to help your students understand the components of a paragraph. With this worksheet, students will be asked to write a main idea and follow it with three supporting details. What a great way for students to visualize the importance of the main idea in a paragraph!
This writing prompt about New Year’s goals is a wonderful way to help your students practice their writing skills.
Encourage your students to look back on the events of the past year and look forward to the ones ahead with this New Years reflection worksheet.
Planning a story can be tough. This activity helps students break things down so that it’s easier to envision and write the story. A great beginning writing activity for 3rd – 5th graders.
Keep learning fun during the holidays with this Halloween Reading Comprehension Activity. Students will be asked to read a passage and then answer the given questions about the story. This worksheet is great for use both at home and in the classroom.
With this unique winter activity, help your students further develop their writing skills.
Time for some poetic rhyming couplets!
This activity lists opening lines for two limericks. Students write the other lines to complete the limerick, remembering which lines that need to rhyme.
Students choose from the letters on a Spring flower and write words that start with a vowel. A fun way to practice vocabulary and anticipate the warm days to come!
Students write about a special sister, grandmother, mother, or friend!
Teach your students a fun way to write diamante poems using our new back to school worksheet.
Here is a free printable worksheet to help students learn to write a strong conclusion. This worksheet contains a checklist to help students know they have all the correct components to write a strong conclusion. From restatement of thesis to supporting facts, this worksheet has it all.
Students write an antonym diamante poem in the space provided.
A diamante poem takes its name from the shape it makes: a diamond. Diamante poems were introduced in 1969 by Iris Tiedt. Students write a synonym diamante poem in the space provided.