Year 4 Grammar

This series of worksheets will give 3rd graders the practise they need to deal with tricky situations like subject-verb agreement, pronoun rules, irregular verbs, and possessive pronouns.

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Great Grammar: Subject Verb Agreement

Check out this worksheet to help your third grader practise subject verb agreement.
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Grammar Basics: Subject Pronouns

Help clear up the pronoun confusion by having your third grader practise replacing sentence subjects with the pronouns that go with them.
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Grammar Basics: Subject and Predicate

Get your third grader on board with the parts of a sentence with this worksheet that helps her practise identifying the subject and predicate of a sentence.
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Subject and Predicate: Two Parts of a Sentence

This subject and predicate worksheet challenges kids to find the subjects and predicates in text. Use this subject and predicate worksheet with your child.
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Great Grammar: Adjectives that Compare

Superlative adjectives and comparative adjectives are adjectives that compare. your child can conquer all three with this grammar worksheet!
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Irregular Verbs Worksheet

Use this irregular verbs worksheet to give your child some irregular verbs exercises that will help develop her grammar skills and improve her writing.
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Great Grammar: Possessive Pronouns

Boost grammar knowledge with this great worksheet that's all about possessive pronouns.
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Great Grammar: Compound Sentences

This compound sentences worksheet will get your child to review the concept. Try this compound sentences worksheet to help your child build grammar skills.
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Great Grammar: Singular Possessive Nouns

Possessive nouns worksheets give kids lots of grammar practise. This possessive nouns worksheet will teach your child how to make a singular possessive noun.
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Demonstrative Adjectives

Demonstrative adjectives include the words this, that, these, and those. Teach your child all about them on this straightforward worksheet.
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Great Grammar: Singular and Plural Nouns

This grammar worksheet is a great review of the difference between singular and plural nouns.
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Great Grammar: Plural Possessive Nouns

How do you write a possessive noun when you're working with a noun that's already plural? This worksheet covers the basics.
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Great Grammar: Present Tense Action Verbs

Practise verb pluralization with your child on this multiple choice grammar worksheet.
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Great Grammar: Present Tense Linking Verbs

Here's a page that gives kids a great review of linking verbs.
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Plural Nouns

Learning plural nouns is a challenge! If your child is having trouble remembering the plural forms of different nouns, this worksheet is key.
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Great Grammar: Compound Predicate

Learning about compound predicates is easy with this straightforward grammar sheet.
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Pronoun Quiz

How much does your child know about pronouns? Find out by giving them this short pronoun quiz.
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Adjective practise

An adjective is a word that describes a noun. Teach your child to identify them with this adjective practise worksheet.
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