Fourth Grade Grammar Worksheets and Printables

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Writing with Alliteration
Writing with Alliteration
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Writing with Alliteration
This worksheet provides great practice for students to use alliteration in their writing.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
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Utilizing Text and Font Features in Your Writing
Utilizing Text and Font Features in Your Writing
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Utilizing Text and Font Features in Your Writing
This sheet will review the ways that writers can play with different text and font features for a variety of effects.
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Using Punctuation this Halloween
Using Punctuation this Halloween
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Using Punctuation this Halloween
Don't let grammar get ghoulish this Halloween! Practice using punctuation with a spooky worksheet.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
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Punctuation: The Jungle Book
Punctuation: The Jungle Book
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Punctuation: The Jungle Book
With this worksheet, your child can practice his punctuation and get acquainted with a piece of classic literature!
4th grade
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Play the Valentine's Word Challenge
Play the Valentine's Word Challenge
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Play the Valentine's Word Challenge
Brain teasers like this are great for your child's cognitive development. He'll stretch his spelling and puzzle solving skills with this word fun printable.
4th grade
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Thanksgiving Parts of Speech
Thanksgiving Parts of Speech
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Thanksgiving Parts of Speech
Give grammar practice a fun Thanksgiving spin with this worksheet, where your student will identify the different parts of speech that make up the sentences.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
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End of Sentence Punctuation
End of Sentence Punctuation
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End of Sentence Punctuation
Read the article and practice end-of-sentence punctuation by adding periods and capitalizing words with this punctuation practice worksheet!
4th grade
Reading & Writing
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Interesting Adjectives
Interesting Adjectives
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Interesting Adjectives
Adjectives turn ordinary sentences into exciting adventures. Dress up the sentences in this worksheet and transform your writing from plain to fancy!
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Grammar Categorization
Grammar Categorization
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Grammar Categorization
Help your child sort out his parts of speech with this fun activity! He'll choose which word in each group does not match the others.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
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Synonyms for Store
Synonyms for Store
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Synonyms for Store
Can you think of a better word to use instead of "store"? Your student will expand his vocabulary by exploring different word choices, or synonyms.
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Adding Apostrophes
Adding Apostrophes
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Adding Apostrophes
Check out this fun and spooky Halloween worksheet all about apostrophes. Your child will read the story and add in the missing apostrophes.
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Christmas Word Scramble
Christmas Word Scramble
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Christmas Word Scramble
'Tis the season to be... lyjol? Have fun solving a Christmas word scramble! Your child will get to hone his vocabulary and spelling, all in the holiday spirit.
4th grade
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Halloween Scramble!
Halloween Scramble!
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Halloween Scramble!
Treat yourself to a tricky word scramble this Halloween! Your child can practice his spelling and vocabulary as he figures out each spooky word.
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Inside Out Oxymorons!
Inside Out Oxymorons!
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Inside Out Oxymorons!
Students will play with words as they explore a variety of oxymorons in this fun worksheet. As kids identify these contradictory terms and integrate them into sentences, they’ll see how figurative language can add humor and intrigue to their writing!
4th grade
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Punctuation: A Christmas Carol
Punctuation: A Christmas Carol
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Punctuation: A Christmas Carol
Need a little punctuation practice? Here's a great worksheet that will challenge your child's grammar skills, and introduce him to some classic literature!
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Easter Creative Writing #9
Easter Creative Writing #9
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Easter Creative Writing #9
Little Easter Bunnies, get out your creative thinking caps and delve into this Easter writing prompt. Can you think up the best Easter egg hunt?
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Make It Alliterate #2
Make It Alliterate #2
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Make It Alliterate #2
This wonderful worksheet is a great way for students to practice using alliteration!
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Punctuation Practice: More Matching
Punctuation Practice: More Matching
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Punctuation Practice: More Matching
Turn her into a punctuation pro by having her complete this punctuation matching exercise! Match the punctuation mark with its definition.
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Adjectives Beginning with "B"
Adjectives Beginning with "B"
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Adjectives Beginning with "B"
Help your brainy child build a better vocabulary with these fun exercises. She'll learn a few new words, and get some practice using adjectives.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
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Possession Obsession Practice
Possession Obsession Practice
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Possession Obsession Practice
Have you figured out apostrophes? After learning this super easy rule for how to use possessive apostrophes, students will gracefully dance their way through any expression that shows possession.
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How to Write Dialogue
How to Write Dialogue
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How to Write Dialogue
Learn how to write dialogue with this writing activity that, in the long run, will help you better understand literature.
4th grade
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Word Part of the Week: <i>dict</i>
Word Part of the Week: <i>dict</i>
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Word Part of the Week: <i>dict</i>
Help your students get to know a common root word with this great graphic organizer.
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Word Part of the Week: <i>spir</i>
Word Part of the Week: <i>spir</i>
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Word Part of the Week: <i>spir</i>
Help your students get to know a common root word with this great graphic organizer.
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Vocabulary Cards: Adjectives in Informational Texts
Vocabulary Cards: Adjectives in Informational Texts
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Vocabulary Cards: Adjectives in Informational Texts
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Adjectives in Informational Texts.
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Vegan Word Search
Vegan Word Search
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Vegan Word Search
What does it take to be a vegan? Build your fourth grader's vocabulary with a vegan word search. Be sure to challenge him to look up words he doesn't know!
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Fourth Grade Grammar Worksheets and Printables

Pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions, adverbs, adjectives—it’s all part of the writing curriculum when kids reach the fourth grade. Keep your student one step ahead of the grammar game with our fourth grade grammar worksheets. From learning the difference between “its” and “it’s” to when to use “a” and “an” to how to pick the right pronoun, every grammatical concept is covered in our educational (and charming) fourth grade grammar worksheets.

So Let It Be Written: Fourth Grade Grammar Worksheets Make Better Writers

Even successful authors will tell you that the writing process is often grueling. So imagine how daunting it must be when students reach fourth grade and are first challenged to read lengthier texts, then required to put pen to paper and express their thoughts. One way to remove fear and replace it with confidence is to make use of our fourth grade grammar worksheets.

Whether it’s learning how to properly use adverbs, how to spot fragments, how conjunctions prevent run-on sentences, or why prepositional phrases are important, you’ll find plenty of useful lessons in our extensive database of fourth grade grammar worksheets. You’ll also find activities designed to strengthen your child’s vocabulary, as well as tips on sentence structure and story mapping. And when it’s time to put your fourth-grader to the ultimate test, you can have her print one of our fiction stories, read it, then write a summary that must include at least four active verbs, three conjunctions, two prepositional phrase, and one possessive pronoun. She might struggle at first, but with constant practice and encouragement, she’ll soon embrace writing and the creativity it inspires.