4th Grade - Language Arts and Spelling
How many syllables can you count? Introduce your third grader to basic linguistics with this fun syllables worksheet.
Kids will get a crash course on syllables with this worksheet. Your child will divide words into sections by finding the consonants.
Your child will learn to divide words into syllables by using the VC/V method. Encourage your kid to practice with syllables by using this syllables worksheet.
Help your child practice word families with this worksheet, which challenges your child to decide whether each word is a noun, verb, or adjective.
Count the number of syllables in each of the words listed then write down each word in alphabetical order in the correct column.
Here's to the Negative Nancy in all of us! Your child will help choose a negative adjective to describe some bad musical performers and build vocabulary.
Separate the first set of words into syllables then add the "silent e" to the end of each word in the the second set. What happens when the "silent e" is added?
In this fun grammar sheet your child will build his vocabulary thinking of more interesting adjectives to replace the simpler ones.
This suffixes worksheet helps your child identify and create words with suffixes. This suffixes worksheet helps your child develop reading and writing skills.
This brightly-colored worksheet acts like an arcade challenge, but it tests your fourth grader's word knowledge strength--rather than his muscles.