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4th Grade Common Core: L.4.1

Common Core Identifier: L.4.1 / Grade: 4
Curriculum: Language: Conventions of Standard English
Detail: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
73 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Change each noun phrase into a possessive noun. (example: the purr of a kitten = a kitten's purr)
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Complete each sentence by writing the possessive form of each noun in parenthesis. Includes both singular and plural nouns.
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To complete each sentence, write the plural possessive form of each word in parenthesis.
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Tell whether the nouns in these sentences are abstract or concrete.
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Change each underlined noun into possessive form.
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Determine whether each noun is common or proper. If the noun is common, write "common noun" on the line. If the noun is proper, re-write the noun using correct capitalization.
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Write the correct possessive plural and possessive singular nouns.
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Write the possessive form of each noun in parenthesis to complete each sentence.
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Circle the correct possessive noun to complete each sentence.
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Write the plural possessive form of each phrase. (example: the jobs of the students = the students' jobs)
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Underline the common nouns with a blue crayon. Underline the proper nouns with a red crayon.
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Determine whether each word is a concrete or abstract noun. Then write the word in the correct noun column below.
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Write the possessive form of each noun in parenthesis.
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Tell whether each possessive noun is singular or plural.
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Add the letter s or apostrophe-s to the word in parenthesis. Tell whether the noun in each sentence is possessive or plural.
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Sort the noun cards into two groups- concrete and abstract.
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Hunt for "noun cards" hidden around the classroom. Write the possessive form of each noun.
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Choose the correct noun in parenthesis to complete each sentence.
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In the story, the advisers provide synonyms for every word that is spoken. Students choose a word and use a thesaurus to find synonyms for that word.
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Correct the spelling, punctuation, and grammar mistakes and rewrite the sentences without them.
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Students can use these worksheets to practice their editing skills. Each sentence has two or three errors. Students find these errors and rewrite the sentences correctly.
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Circle the double negatives. Then on the lines provided, rewrite the sentences to avoid using a double negative.
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Read the fantasy story about Caroline's adventures in an enchanted forest.
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Use this worksheet to practice making singular nouns possessive.
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Challenge your students to fix writing mistakes such as missing quotation marks, possessive apostrophes, and more.
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Practice more important ELA and writing skills with this next week's set of Fix the Sentences worksheets.
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These worksheets help reinforce key proofreading skills for 4th grade. Use one each day to have students practice skills like spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
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This silly poem helps students understand the difference between wants and needs. Activity includes comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.
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Students will hone their proofreading skills by searching for the mistakes in these sentences.
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This file includes 5 winter-themed worksheets, each with two sentences that have errors that need to be corrected.
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This poem is about the mighty oak tree and has a message about growing up. After reading it, your students can answer five comprehension questions.
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If you have a rabbit habit, it means you like to eat vegetables. It's one good habit to have!
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These daily ELA review sheets cover a variety of language arts skills for students at a fourth-grade level, including suffixes, commas, verb tense, and more.
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This worksheet dives into how to deal with double negatives when a sentence has more than one clause.
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With this worksheet, students will practice writing nouns in their possessive forms. Includes both singular and plural nouns.
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Keep using these worksheets as part of a daily routine to encourage students to practice their spelling, grammar, and other language arts skills.
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Look for the errors on these daily worksheets and rewrite the sentences correctly on the lines provided.
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Print out this next set of daily proofreading worksheets to reinforce key writing skills such as capitalization, spelling, punctuation, and more.
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With this worksheet, students will identify double negatives and rewrite sentences to avoid using them.
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Spelling, punctuation, and verb usage are some of the types of mistakes students must find in these daily worksheets.
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Find and fix the mistakes. Then rewrite the sentences correctly.
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Print out these task cards and use them with your class for extra practice on how to avoid using double negatives in sentences.
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Learn about current and static electricity in this clever poem at a fourth grade level. Activity includes comprehension questions and vocabulary words.
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In these five worksheets, students will practice their proofreading skills by fixing errors in sentences.
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Did you know koi are a kind of carp? Koi come in a variety of colors, patterns, and fin shapes. They're lovely to look at, but their price and life spans might surprise you!
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Show students how to avoid and fix double negatives in sentences with this helpful anchor chart.
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These daily worksheets include errors such as subject-verb agreement, spelling, and punctuation. Students find the errors, and rewrite the sentences correctly.
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Get more practice with double negatives with this worksheet. Students will circle the correct words to complete each sentence.
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This set of Fix the Sentences worksheets includes some facts about frogs!
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Continue practicing proofreading skills with this next set of daily Fix the Sentences worksheets.
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This worksheet includes a short explanation on what double negatives are and how to fix them. It also includes 6 sentences with double negatives for students to fix and rewrite.
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When Bear sees the frozen lake outside his den, he is afraid that he might freeze too. Hare explains to him how the water in his body won't freeze easily like the water in the lake. Bear learns an important science lesson! Reading comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt are available for this story. An answer key is included.
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These daily worksheets have errors in the sentences. Students can look for the errors and rewrite the sentences correctly.
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Common misspellings, missing punctuation, and capitalization of proper nouns are just a few of the types of errors you can expect to find in these sentences.
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Print out these next Fix the Sentences worksheets to give your students practice with irregular plurals, punctuation, and other common errors in writing.
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With these worksheets, students will fix errors in sentences. Types of errors include misspellings, punctuation, verb tense, and more.
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Learn all about supply and demand in this fun poem that features Stan and his Boomtastic Flies!
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Look for the errors in these sentences and then rewrite them correctly on the lines provided.
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Find and fix the spelling, grammar, and punctuation mistakes in these 5 daily worksheets.
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Find and correct the errors in these sentences, including spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and verb tense.
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This worksheet has two sections. In the first, students will circle the correct words to complete the sentences. In the second, they will circle the negatives and rewrite the sentences without the double negatives.
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This week's Fix the Sentences worksheets cover topics such as homophones, capitalization, verb tenses, and more.
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The set of Fix the Sentences worksheets features sentences about a baby deer, slugs, and a birthday!
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Words such as no, not, none, nothing, never, nobody, nowhere, and neither are often used in double negatives, but they're not alone. This worksheet has some less common negative adverbs used in double negative sentences, such as hardly, barely, and little.
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Students use their knowledge of nouns, verbs, pronouns, and adjectives to label their Grammar Garden with words from each category. Students then sort the words they chose into the Parts of Speech Table.
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The next five daily Fix the Sentences worksheets include skills such as spelling, verb tense, and punctuation.
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This first set of daily ELA worksheets covers a lot of review topics to help students getting back in the swing of things. They'll identify adjectives, differentiate between possessive and plural nouns, proofread sentences, and more.
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Common misspellings, quotation marks, and more important writing concepts are covered in this set of worksheets.
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The next five daily worksheets in this set include errors such as common misspellings, capitalization of proper nouns, and more.
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Print 30 task cards with questions about common and proper nouns. These work well for classroom games, learning centers, classroom scavenger hunts, and exit slips.
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Continue helping your students improve their proofreading skills with this next set of daily Fix the Sentences worksheets.
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The sentences on these worksheets have mistakes in spelling, punctuation, and capitalization. Can your students find and correct them all?
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This next set of Fix the Sentences worksheets includes possessive apostrophes, common misspellings, me versus I, and much more.
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