Grade 4 is a key year in elementary school. Our kids are now “big kids”, and with that comes higher academic expectations. In this grade, among other things, students should know the subject-verb agreement and to use punctuation properly.
Our new grade 4 grammar worksheets cover verb and verb tenses, pronouns, adjectives and adverbs, other parts of speech, sentences, capitalization and punctuation.
First, let us show us where to find the grade 4 grammar worksheets on our web site:
How to find the grammar worksheets
You’ll now find that our grammar sections are divided by grade, …
but that you can also search by topic.
Grade 4 grammar worksheets
Our grade 4 grammar worksheets follow the curriculum for language for this grade. Let’s take a look at each section:
Grade 4 verbs and verb tenses
In grade 4, students work on past, present and future tenses, the progressive tenses, and on linking and helping verbs. Here’s how we have segmented our new verb worksheets:
In grade 4, students build on the basic pronouns selection they learned in grade 3. The grade 4 worksheets focus on pronoun agreement and the use of relative pronouns (who, whom, whose, that, which).
In grade 4, students work on the correct order of adjectives and relative adverbs. Here are our worksheets:
Grade 4 students work a lot on preposition and conjunctions. We have put those worksheets under our other parts of speech section:
Students continue the work they started in grade 3 on simple, compound and complex sentences. Now, they also work more in-depth on fragments and run-on sentences, introductory clauses, subjects, predicates & objects, as well as subject-verb agreement:
Knowing when to capitalize words can be tricky. In these worksheets students practice seasons, holidays, directions, subjects, titles and brands:
Grade 4 students work on the use of commas, punctuating dialogue and using apostrophes in possessions and contractions:
That sums it up for our new grade 4 grammar worksheets. We hope you find them of use.