In this set of reading and writing worksheets, your children will first read two short stories for mechanics, then draw and label a diagram about those stories, answer prompts to create their own story, and finish by writing a complete story!
Each of these phrases comes from a different type of writing: instructions, explanations, poems, folk tales, novels, informational texts, or arguments. In this reading worksheet, your child will use the language to determine what type of text each phase comes from.
Can you write a news article? In this language arts worksheet, your child will evaluate a poster and then write a newspaper story about the issue in the poster.
In this writing worksheet, your child will sort through 10 points, put them in order, and then use them to write one or two paragraphs about travel in towns and cities.
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Nonfiction writing is an important indicator of how well your child is learning essential literary skills. These examples show you what good fourth grade writing looks like.
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My daughter has a hard time getting her ideas down on paper. She can tell me the story, but what ends up on paper is missing a lot of information. When I have her read it back and ask about the details she says "...