We have over 300 English worksheets for year four children. They have been designed to mirror the year four literacy curriculum in an engaging way.
Our worksheets cover every area of the literacy syllabus for year four including Spelling, Grammar, Punctuation, Writing, Reading and Comprehension.
Below you can see a selection of our worksheets. Some of these English worksheets are available for year 3 parents to download now others are only available within one of our courses. Full answers are provided within all our courses but are not provided with individual worksheets for free download.
Free year 4 English worksheets to download – no registration needed
Plurals – Most worksheet sites just have odd plural sheets whereas the topic actually needs structured work that helps children understand the different plural rules they need to know. This sheet is one example of the type of structured work we provide in our courses.
Putting sentences in order – Children need lots of different skills to improve their written work. One of those important skills is to learn to write in an ordered and logical way and this sheet is one small part of that learning process. It combines with the hundreds of other sheets we supply and builds up into a fully structured learning programme that ensures children make as much progress as possible.
Collective Nouns – Widening a child’s vocabulary is delivered in many different ways. One topic is try to help children understand the different forms of collective nouns that we can use. As they learn these terms and get used to including them in their work so their writing improves.
Other worksheet examples included as part of year four English courses
Past and present – An example from our grammar series which helps children to improve their knowledge of tenses.
Mad Word Pictures – Beautiful – Our special series of spelling worksheets which look at the words children struggle to learn. We use different learning strategies here to help the spelling sink in.
Zok the Space Monster – Part of our series of varied (and fun) comprehension work. Children have a comprehension exercise during every week of the course to ensure they develop this important skill properly.
Best Handwriting – EEN – Here we combine further instruction on handwriting with spelling words using the pattern EEN. This combined activity not only improves spelling but also handwriting. Many parents don’t know how to help children with their handwriting and very few worksheets exist that deliver this important work in a structured way that ensures progress is made.
Plural Rules – thief-thieves, gipsy-gipsies – It’s important to learn these important spelling rules as at this level spelling can get quite complicated. With the renewed focus on spelling in SATs tests this is especially important.
Word endings rule 6 – Another worksheet from our series on word endings rules.