Fourth Grade Literary Analysis Worksheets and Printables

From Alice in Wonderland to The Secret Garden to The Wizard of Oz, your kids will love digging deep into what's behind the words in their favorite books. These fourth grade literary analysis worksheets will have your kids comparing characters, diagramming sentences, understanding point of view, and getting a deeper understanding of literary and other texts. They can apply what they've learned with our fourth grade reading worksheets to the next level.
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Point of View Point of View If your little one loves to read, teach her about the differences in narrative point of view with this worksheet.
Diagramming Sentences: The Secret Garden Diagramming Sentences: The Secret Garden Read this passage from Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel The Secret Garden, and practice identifying the parts of speech you see.
Conflict in Literature Conflict in Literature Learn all about conflict in literature and how it makes the story possible in this conflict in literature worksheet.
Reading Response Reading Response Keep your budding reader organized with a reading response journal!
Rhyme Scheme Practice Rhyme Scheme Practice It's time to find some rhymes! Help your budding poet learn to identify rhyme schemes in poetry with this worksheet.
The Wizard of Oz Setting The Wizard of Oz Setting Is your child having trouble with reading comprehension?
Diagramming Sentences: Poetry Diagramming Sentences: Poetry Practice identifying parts of speech with some classic poetry!
Speech Bubble Graphic Organizer Speech Bubble Graphic Organizer This easy-to-use graphic organizer with speech and thought bubbles will help your child identify important aspects about book characters.
The Wizard of Oz Quotes The Wizard of Oz Quotes If you're studying The Wizard of Oz, take a break with this fun quiz on quotes from different characters in the book.
The Wizard in The Wizard of Oz The Wizard in The Wizard of Oz Learn more about one of the most famous characters in children's literature, The Wizard of Oz, in this character analysis sheet.
Halloween Story Halloween Story You've never heard a ghost story like The Phantom Knight of Vandal Camp!
Alice in Wonderland Characters Alice in Wonderland Characters Explore characters in literature by getting inside of the most famous Alice in Wonderland character's head: Alice herself.
Aunt Em Aunt Em Use this passage as an opportunity to work on reading comprehension, and explore Aunt Em's character inside and out.
The Secret Garden Setting The Secret Garden Setting The Secret Garden's setting tells you a lot about characters, plot, and conflict.
Alice in Wonderland Genre Alice in Wonderland Genre In what literary genre does Alice in Wonderland lie?
Comparing Characters Comparing Characters Comparing characters in books is a great way to learn more about them, and learn more about how important characters are to books.
From Alice in Wonderland to The Secret Garden to The Wizard of Oz, your kids will love digging deep into what's behind the words in their favorite books. These fourth grade literary analysis worksheets will have your kids comparing characters, diagramming sentences, understanding point of view, and getting a deeper understanding of literary and other texts. They can apply what they've learned with our fourth grade reading worksheets to the next level.