Educate your students on the importance of possessive pronouns early on to help them develop masterful reading and writing skills. These exercises, developed for third graders, will do just that and provide them with helpful hints when needed.
Teach your young learners about the importance of apostrophes in writing with these exercises that explain how the punctuation mark can be used to show possessives, and how it differs from contractions.
Improve your child's writing skills by helping them understand and become comfortable with reflexive pronouns. Give them the ability to tell the stories they want to tell with these exercises that will put them at the top of their class.
Help your students add detail to their writing by having them incorporate comparative and superlative adjectives. Detailed writing is important as your fourth grader continues on in school and writing assignments become more intense.
Reading and writing are some of the most important skills your child will ever learn. Help them perfect them with our reading and writing exercises. We have quizzes that cover it all: Parts of speech, subject-verb agreement, types of sentences, and lots, lots more. Try them all, or focus on specific topics like proper nouns in our other excercise collections.
Is your child a human calculator, but not so hot in language arts? Help them build skills (and build confidence) in ELA with Education.com's online reading and writing exercises. Across the elementary school grade levels, kids cover quite a lot -- they start with simple letter learning, and by the time they're through, they're working on more complicated ideas like metaphors and past participles. No matter what grade level your student is currently at, we've got everything you need to take on reading and writing practice for all grade levels -- everything from parts of speech on up to sentence structure and onomatopoeias. Our exercises are a fun digital addition to plain old pencil and paper learning, and come in many formats, like mix and match or multiple choice, to cater to a range of learning styles. If they get worn out on reading and writing, they can try math next, or start our ELA series all over again!