Fourth Grade Reading
Getting to know letters and words is just the beginning. Here are expert tips on fostering your child's reading fluency.
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These secret code activities are fun, and also provide fourth graders with great opportunities to practice language development and logical reasoning.
When baking soda is mixed with citric acid, a bubbling reaction takes place. Help your child experiment with mixing some acid and baking soda by making these homemade bath bombs!
Looking for a way to make vocab practice a little more engaging? This easy twist on the classic game is a great way to build your child's vocabulary.
Just think how odd writing would be if you had to omit words and find synonyms. Challenge your child with this lipogram activity!
Remember the classic card game, Go Fish? Here's a fun twist on it that will help your kid learn her the different parts of speech in a fun way!
It doesnât take long before flashcard drills about prefixes and suffixes start to get old. Turn the learning process into a treasure hunt with this fun activity!
The "Little House" books are a popular series with adults and kids alike. In this activity, you'll start a book club with your family and then plan a themed dinner based on the "Little House" books. It's a guaranteed good time for everyone!
Here's a tool that will help your fourth grader break down complex words without a sweat. Create a prefix-suffix flip-book and help improve your child's decoding skills and vocabulary.
Memorizing new vocabulary can be tough, but getting creative with the process can be a big help. Here's a great activity to get your child using imagination and artistic skills to create a handmade vocabulary book, complete with illustrations!
Try this activity that brings ring toss right into your home pool. All you need is some pool noodles and kids with very active imaginations, and you have all the makings to play water ring toss, a rendition of the classic carnival game.
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