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.
Fourth grade is where reading and writing really get down to the nitty gritty. Sort out adverbs from pronouns, descriptive verbs from helping verbs, similes from metaphors and a whole lot more with this collection of 4th grade reading exercises, covering many different topics that come up in fourth grade. They're developed by actual educators, and designed with your student in mind for reading success.
Fourth grade reading involves a lot of parts of speech review, while also folding in complex language ideas like synonyms and antonyms, similes, and idioms. Review it all with our fourth grade reading exercises, the perfect way to help your child strengthen their reading skills. Find helping verbs, form irregular verbs, separate synonyms and antonyms, and master superlatives with our many and varied activities to choose from for fourth grade readers and writers. They'll not only make your student a stronger writer, but a stronger writer, and a stronger speaker, too. Fourth grade reading deals a lot with casual, everyday language, like idioms and compound words, so it's likely your student is already familiar with some of these ideas. However, our online exercises will help solidify their learning, and help them go pro at these fourth grade reading concepts once and for all. Start with one or two, or do them all at once for concept mastery.