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Writing Worksheets for 4th Grade • JournalBuddies.


You asked and we listened. Printable writing worksheets for 4th-grade students and writing prompt pdfs are here. Writing is an important part of a child’s education. What they learn as a child and how they learn it will stick with them throughout the rest of their lives. 

Are your fourth graders writing or journaling on a regular basis?  I hope so! After having them practice daily writing for just a couple weeks, you’ll notice an improvement in your student’s writing skill development. You may also notice an improvement in their ability to present clear, cohesive reasoning for their beliefs.

To help support you in your efforts to provide children with the writing skills they need, we offer you the following free writing resources. Some of the resources are writing worksheets and others are printables. We also share a link to our favorite writing worksheets resource for fourth graders.

If you need fun ways to support your child’s writing skill development, you have come to the right place. We welcome you and hope you enjoy the resources on our blog.

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4th Grade Writing Prompts (This is where you can find the prompts from the printable pdf and discover even more great writing information for your grade 4 child.)

For fourth grade students who are getting older and becoming more comfortable in their own identities, journaling is a powerful tool that offers a safe place to explore their deepest thoughts.

Daily journaling is a powerful activity that can ground your students by giving them a stable, reliable place to express themselves. Your students will become more confident in their own ideas when they see that their opinions matter with daily writing.

I think you’ll enjoy the fourth-grade journal writing prompts on our list. The ideas will give your students the chance to imagine, reflect, and dream as they write!

73 4th Grade Writing Prompts

Whether you’re looking for a new way to keep your 4th-grade kids occupied on a rainy day or hoping to help your class branch out in their writing, journaling can be a wonderful tool to inspire and motivate kids to express their thoughts.

Journaling has many benefits for both children and adults, and the simple act of writing is a powerful way to express feelings, new ideas, and to instill creativity. Writing daily can translate into encouraging kids to find innovative ways of thinking, and will excite them endlessly with the prospect of possibility.

Here are a few brief points about the fabulous benefits of journaling. Check this out!  Journal writing can help students:

  • Clarify their thoughts and feelings
  • Know themselves better
  • Reduce stress
  • Solve problems more effectively
  • Resolve disagreements with others

More Printable 4th Grade Writing Worksheets Discover some fabulous resources brought to you by Great! Schools.

Writing Help & Tips

Use the tips below to improve the writing process for your young writer and help to keep them engaged.

1. Writing Is Important

Show your fourth grader why writing is important. You can do so by modeling the importance of writing. For example, when you write stuff down do so in front of your child.

You can make this more powerful by reading out loud what you are recording as you are writing it. Explain the value writing offers in the situation. Do what you can to help your child see the value of writing.

2. Proper Writing Tools

Be sure your child has the proper writing tools. This means the correct writing paper for your child’s age. The paper could have lines, no lines, or a fun pattern on it that your child loves.

Children also enjoy writing with their very own “special” crayons, pencils, or markers. You could make getting your child’s writing tools a big deal. Let your third grader know their writing tools are valuable. After all, they support them in learning a vital life skill.

3. Easy Access to Writing Tools

Leave plenty of paper, crayons, markers, and pencils available for your child to use whenever they are feeling creative. Encourage your kids to draw and scribble as much as they want to.

Further, mix it up and ask children to draw and write about activities they did that day. You want them to get used to writing things down, especially in this age of technology.

4. Encourage Writing

Encourage your child to write, write, write. Write when they are happy, when they are sad, and when they are not sure how they feel.  Ask them to write funny stories or their name over and over again. You could have them trace the letters of their first name. Ask them to read back to you everything that they wrote.

To further encourage a child’s writing skill development, do not correct the child on the mistakes that he or she makes. Doing so could end up making them feel bad about writing. Remember, this is writing practice, not a test.

If you decide to go ahead and correct mistakes, you must be gentle. This will help your child feel a little better about your feedback and not take it to heart.

5. Make Learning Writing Fun!

Learning to write doesn’t have to be a hassle or boring for children, rather you can make it fun. When learning any new skill, it has to interest and engage a child.

Consider playing games together that involves writing. For example, you could play hangman or Scrabble. You could even create a word search that has your child’s name in it.

Don’t forget to encourage your grade 4 child to write some fun stories that will make you both laugh and be sure to encourage them to draw plenty of pictures if they are the more artistic type (or even if they aren’t!).

6. Reward Your Child’s Writing Efforts

When you are offering writing help for fourth graders, it is important that you reward your child when they do a great job. It could be with their favorite food, a special trip to the grocery store to buy their favorite snack, or spending quality time together. The reward could even be a new pack of markers and crayons.

Remember, when teaching writing, you and your child can have a great time. You’re learning and laughing together. Plus, you’re making fun memories that will last a lifetime

If you enjoyed these Writing Printables for Grade 4 Students, please share them on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Pinterest. I appreciate it!

Until next time, keep on practicing those writing skills with your fourth graders…

Journal Buddies Jill
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