grade 4 writing and reading
Can ewe right the write words? Weight, I mean you! Wait, now I'm just confused... Learn about homophones with this fun worksheet.
Written passages look pretty silly without punctuation, and sometimes they're difficult to read! Practice punctuating this excerpt from classic literature.
Wrap up your summer by reflecting on your favorite friends, fun, and even food with this printable.
Where do your toys come from? Get your student ready to research; find out where your everyday items are made, and why it's important to know.
Reading primary sources doesn't have to be a bore -- let a celebrity help you! Learn to gather information from records using data given by man whose name you just might know.
What would happen if Baba Yaga had a hoarding intervention? Get to know a famous and eerie Russian folktale with this creative writing exercise.
What would happen if La Llorona went to anger management? Engage your young writer with this fun twist on a classic and spooky ghost story.
Imagine if Count Dracula had an advice column! What kinds of zany advice would he give out?
Young writers can learn to use better adjectives with this vocabulary building worksheet. He'll discover 24 synonyms for the word "happy".
How many words can you think of that mean "home"? Your fourth grader will learn 24 words that will add accuracy and intrigue to his writing.