vocabulary_boosters_grade_4_grammar_workbook


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Homophones are words that sound the same, but have dierent meanings.
Write the matching homophone in the space provided. Use the picture as a clue!
Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings.
HAPPY/SAD BORED/EXCITED YOUNG/OLD
Draw a line between the antonyms pictured below.
SWEET/SALTY HOT/COLD SUNNY/CLOUDY VANILLA/CHOCOLATE
Can you think of antonyms for the following words?
Fast /
Day /
Dry /
Analogies are a way of describing the similarities
between two things by comparing them.
Complete the analogies below
by writing the correct word in the blank space.
ANALOGIES
Whats the Connection?
1. Cat is to kitten as dog is to _________________________.
2. Fish are to ________________________ as mammals are to land.
3. ________________________ is to feathers as dog is to fur.
4. Sunshine is to summer as snow is to _______________________.
5. Cereal is to _______________________ as sandwich is to lunch.
6. __________________________ is to hand as toe is to foot.
7. Baseball is to a diamond as hockey is to a ______________________.
8. Soup is to a ___________________________ as steak is to a plate.
9. ___________________________are to Valentines Day as pumpkins
are to Halloween.
Answers: 1. puppy 2. water 3. Bird 4. winter 5. breakfast 6. Finger 7. eld .8. bowl 9. Hearts 10. fruit
4th Grade
Idioms are slang, nicknames, and common phrases
that a society shares.
Draw a picture that you think represents each idiom.
Dont be afraid to get silly!
IDIOMS
He didnt want to sing in the concert, but he
Eyes are bigger than my stomach
From the bottom of my heart
In a pickle
A chip on your shoulder
for example:
Conjunctions are words that join words and phrases t
ogether in sentences.
The most commonly used conjunctions are
and
,
but
and
or
Other conjunctions are:
for, nor, yet, and so.
Fill in the conjunction that you think best fits thes
e sentences.
In some sentences, it may be possible to use more th
an one!
CONJUNCTIONS
Mom said we can go to the beach ____________ go to the amusement park today.
and
or
Prepositions show where nouns are.
Where are these objects?
Use a sentence with a preposition to describe each
scene.
PREPOSITIONS
I accidentally left my keys
the couch.
He ran
toward
home plate.
My brother spilled cereal
all over
the oor.
4th Grade
A Adjectives
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created by:
Unscramble the A adjectives below, using the clues for help. T
hen, using the
circled letters, figure out the missing word at the bottom of
the sheet.
bmranoal
purtab
oanimbblea
chay
fauwl
giagn
quiante
xosuina
staritci
(irregular)
(quick)
(like the snowman)
(Ow!)
(terrible)
(everyone is)
(really old)
(nervous)
(like Picasso)
Only
students will finish this sheet!
Adjective Ad Agency: Strong Adjectives

The Adjective Advertising Agency is looking for a n
ew agent to help launch
an ad campaign for a very
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exciting new product
t

Mighty Man
[
Muscle Machine
.


Strong

adjectives
are needed to describe such a tough product.
Hope y
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Below are some of the sentences that are supposed to app
ear in the
D]PZDv[DoDZ]v
advertisement,
but the adjectives are too weak, and the client is unhapp
y!
Replace the underlined adjective in each sentence with
a
strong adjective
that will help sell the product.
Note:
There may be more than one correct answer.

1.
D]PZDv[DoDZ]v
will give you a rewarding workout and
big
muscles.
______________________________________

2.
tZv}ZD]PZDv[Do

DZ]vU[oov}uo}(}
tasty
muscle-building energy
drink.
_______________________________________


3.
(Z(]u}vZ}(]vP}D]PZDv[Do
DZ]vU}v}]v
good
physical shape.
_______________________________________


4.
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}ZP]}(]uvZ]oov(]
]v]}Z}uUD]PZDv[DoDZ]v]
small
and easily folds to fit neatly under your bed.
_______________________________________


5.
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a
bad
decision by
not
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_______________________________________


6.
D]PZDv[DoDZ]v]ooP]}
fast
results.
_______________________________________


7.
Other workout machines can become
dirty
with just one use, but
D]PZDv[DoDZ]vZ
protective coating that will keep it shiny for years to co
me.
_______________________________________


8.
(]vPD]PZDv[DoDZ]vU}v[
]Zv
pretty
girls start noticing your muscles.
_______________
________________________
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Adjectives are words that describe things. An adjective clause is a
group of words within
a sentence that describes something in more detail.
Circle the adjective clause in each sentence below.
1.
A good clue is one that leads you to solve a mystery.
2.
I know why Miranda is hiding a doll in her closet.
3.
The girl who won the spelling bee was interviewed on TV
.
4.
When you walk into the room, look in the closet that has a
red door.
5.
Roger, who scored the winning goal, was named Most Valuabl
e Player.
6.
Can you find the ball that bounced under the couch?
7.
I lost my cap that had a Mets logo on it.
8.
People who are sick do not always have a fever.
9.
I finally found the sandwich that I left in my backpack last
week.
10.
The dog, whose long fluffy tail wagged feverishly, was ha
ppy to
see his owner.
BONUS: Write a sentence that has an adjective clause.
____________________________________________
____________________________________________
____________________________________________
____________________________________________
Name____________________________________ Date______
___________
Every adjective clause:

has a
subject
and a
verb

begins with a relative
pronoun (
that
,
which
,
who
,
whom
or
whose
)
or
a
relative adverb (
when
,
where
or
why

acts as an adjective
,
telling the reader more
about the noun it describes.
!
ENTENCE
DRESS
-
UP
Read the sentences below. Then, use the list at the bott
om to
swap out a more exciting adjective for the one underlined in
the
sentence.
The bride looked
fancy
in her wedding dress.

_____________
The tree was
bent.


_____________
My dad has an
old
car.

_____________
A
big
bear chased me all the way home.

_____________
When the tree fell, it made a
loud
sound.


_____________
Our new teacher is very
nice
.
!!!
_____________
The clown
"
s tricks were very
funny
.
!!
_____________
WORDS TO SWAP OUT
agreeable
!!!
elegant
!!
thundering
!!
amusing
!
antique
!!!
gigantic
!!
crooked
Name____________________________________ Date______
___________

Adverbs are used to describe verbs.They often end in
-ly.
Write a sentence that describes each scene.
Make sure to use an adverb in each sentence.
ADVERBS
Hello? Whos there? he called
carefully
into the dark room.
The ballerina danced
gracefully
across the stage.
Oh, sure, that would be SO helpful, my sister said
sarcastically
4th Grade
Three

Cheers

for

Interjections
!
Interjections

show

excitement

and

emotion
.
They

demonstrate

a

feeling,

such

as

pleasure,

disappointment,

fear,

surprise,

pain

or

confusion
.
An

interjection

can

also

be

an

exclamation

or

an

expression

that

can

stand

alone

in

a

sentence
.
Greetings,

such

as

Hi
!


and

expressions,

like

excuse

me,

are

interjections,

too
.
See

how

many

interjections

you

can

nd

in

the

word

search

below
.
C D Y Q L N G H A D K Y G V S
W B J G G O Y U H J A K S N V
Z H C I O J T H A R E B O W T
E F O D K C U Y O E Z I O F M
M X B O N R W O P H T W K E E
J Y W M P Y H P S A H E L L O
E B A Y A S I D L Y D S Y E W
Q A H Y N Y C U I A J S E Q B
Z L O Q U V T W H O R O W E H
E G O N J A C A L Z W Z W C H
R V S A R U H H G C G N U H O
O X O G Z X Q C E D L O R V I
K H N M F A P G X E X H A A P
W O X F Q Y R R O S R R V P D
C C K M D I I B M M B S T L K
AHA
!!!!!!
BRAVO
CHEERS
!!!!!
CONGRATULATIONS
DARN
!!!!!!
EEK
GOODBYE
!!!!!
HAHA
HELLO
!!!!!!
HOORAY
HUH
!!!!!!
OUCH
SORRY
!!!!!!
WAHOO
WHOA
!!!!!!
WHOOPS
WOW
!!!!!!
YAY
YIPPEE
!!!!!!
YUCK
Name____________________________________ Date______
___________

POW!
Gotcha
!
Diagramming Sentences:
Alices Adventures in Wonderland
In the rst chapter of
Alice
!
s Adventures in Wonderland,
by Lewis Carroll, Alice chases a rabbit
down a rabbit hole, only to nd a wonderful, strange world
. As you read, notice how you get
caught up in the action and also notice how many adjectives
the author uses to paint a very
clear picture of a place we
!
ve never seen or even imagined.
DIRECTIONS
Circle the noun that is the subject of every sentence. There ma
y be more than one!
Underline
every verb that shows the action in each sentence. One sentence
can have
more than one verb!
Place an X over every adjective that describes something.
Place parentheses ( ) around every preposition that tells where some
thing is.
CHAPTER 1
Alice opened the door and found that it led
into a small passage, not much larger than a
rat-hole: she knelt down and looked along
the passage into the loveliest garden you
ever saw. How she longed to get out of that
dark hall, and wander about among those
beds of bright flowers and those cool fountains, but she cou
ld not
even get her head though the doorway; `and even if my head
would go through,' thought poor Alice, `it would be of ve
ry little
use without my shoulders. Oh, how I wish I could shut up like
a
telescope! I think I could, if I only know how to begin.'
For, you
see, so many out-of-the-way things had happened lately, that

Alice had begun to think that very few things indeed were re
ally
impossible.
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