Fourth Grade Writing Stories Worksheets and Printables

Build your fourth grader's creative writing skills and help them organize their thoughts and sequence events as they write stories about their own characters and environments. These worksheets will prompt them to use their knowledge of the English language to rework and complete stories as well as change their point of view, helping them learn how to empathize and understand the feelings of others. Struggling students may feel more comfortable starting with our third grade story writing worksheets and then moving on to these.
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Got a comic book fan ready to let his creativity soar through the sky? He can make his own comic strips by filling in the dialogue bubbles in these awesome pictures.
Make Your Own Comic Strips Got a comic book fan ready to let his creativity soar through the sky?
Complete the Story: Gail's Garden Complete the Story: Gail's Garden This story starter will help your child learn about story structure and plot.
How to Begin a Story How to Begin a Story Get acquainted with a few different writing techniques with this fun prompt.
Super Story Retelling Super Story Retelling Story retelling is a wonderful exercise in comprehension and vocabulary use.
Retell the Story Retell the Story How would the story of the Frog Prince go if it was told from the perspective of the other frogs in the pond?
Finish the Story Finish the Story This story starter is perfect for developing writers!
Complete the Story: Baseball Tryouts Complete the Story: Baseball Tryouts Get your little storyteller in gear for creative writing!
Starting a Story Starting a Story Starting a story can be the toughest part of writing.
Point of View Writing for Kids Point of View Writing for Kids Reading examples is a great place to start point of view writing for kids!
Complete the Story: Dotty and the Necklace Complete the Story: Dotty and the Necklace The first half of Dotty's story is here, but the second half is missing!
'It was a dark and stormy night...' There's no better time to get some writing practice in than Halloween, when everyone becomes a character! Use the weather, the spooky scenery, or your friends' costumes as inspiration for a short story and illustration in this writing practice worksheet.
Halloween Story Starters "It was a dark and stormy night..." There's no better time to get some writing practice in than Halloween, when everyone becomes a character!
Can you imagine what it's like to be the Easter Bunny? Get your child in the Easter mood with thess fun writing prompts! She'll use her imagination to create her own short stories, practicing her sentence structure and paragraph writing.
Easter Writing Prompts Can you imagine what it's like to be the Easter Bunny?
Build your fourth grader's creative writing skills and help them organize their thoughts and sequence events as they write stories about their own characters and environments. These worksheets will prompt them to use their knowledge of the English language to rework and complete stories as well as change their point of view, helping them learn how to empathize and understand the feelings of others. Struggling students may feel more comfortable starting with our third grade story writing worksheets and then moving on to these.