L.4.1.G Worksheets, Workbooks, Lesson Plans, and Games

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.4.1.G

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"Correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their)."

These worksheets can help students practise this Common Core State Standards skill.

Worksheets

Possessive Adjectives
Worksheet
Possessive Adjectives
His, mine or yours? Your little learner will have a better understanding of his parts of speech after completing this worksheet on possessive adjectives.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Write or Right
Worksheet
Write or Right
Write or right? Your fourth grader will need just a little repetition to memorize these homophones.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
"A" or "An"
Worksheet
"A" or "An"
Teach your child the difference between "a" and "an", two of the three main determiners in the English language.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Mixed Word Study Review Part 1
Worksheet
Mixed Word Study Review Part 1
In this end-of-year assessment, students apply their language arts knowledge to grammar problems.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Their There and They're
Worksheet
Their There and They're
Deciding when to use their, there or they're is tricky at any age. Give your child some practise with with this fun fill-in-the blank story.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
What are Homophones?
Worksheet
What are Homophones?
Can ewe right the write words? Weight, I mean you! Wait, now I'm just confused... Learn about homophones with this fun worksheet.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Worksheet

Lesson Plans

Calling All Homophones
Lesson plan
Calling All Homophones
Write right with homophones! This interactive lesson will help students with their understanding of homophones by differentiating homophones through motion and how they are used in sentences.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
Homophones: Hold the Homophone!
Lesson plan
Homophones: Hold the Homophone!
Want your students to/too/two use the right/write words when/win writing? This lesson will teach them about homophones and the different ways/weighs they are used.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
There and They're and Their, Oh My!
Lesson plan
There and They're and Their, Oh My!
Mix-ups of "there," "they're," and "their" happen way too often. There is no better time than now to help your students get their homophones down. They're sure to have fun with this interactive English lesson!
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
Two, Too, or To?
Lesson plan
Two, Too, or To?
By creating an interactive notebook template, kids will help themselves remember the correct ways to use the commonly confused words to, too, two, there, and their. Young writers will love improving their writing skills with this lesson.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
Homophone Posters
Lesson plan
Homophone Posters
Homophones are frequently misused in student writing. This lesson teaches students about many of the commonly misused homophones through the creation of a poster on one set of homophones.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan

Workbooks

No workbooks found for this common core node.

Games

Homophone Sentence Building
Game
Homophone Sentence Building
Too or to? Help kids get a grasp on homophones with this sentence-building game, in which they complete sentences with homophones that make the most sense.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Game

Exercises

Parts of Speech 2
Exercise
Parts of Speech 2
Give your fourth grader the knowledge they need to succeed in writing with these exercises that test them on their knowledge of parts of speech and how they fit into sentences.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Exercise
Homophones 2
Exercise
Homophones 2
Some words are remarkably similar, and this exercise will build students’ confidence in finding the difference between them.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Exercise

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