4th Grade Spelling Worksheets:
A Nautical Adventure -
Which word is spelled correctly? There are two closely lettered words for you to choose from.
Shun Words - See if you can
find the terms. Use the clues below to figure out the
word that ends in the shun (‐tion) sound. Write the word on the line.
Fried Words - Unscramble the
terms to make your spelling words. Then choose three
of them to use in a sentence and write out the complete sentence.
4th Grade Word Search
- There are 26 correctly‐spelled words hidden in the box below. Circle the correct terms. Then
write them on the lines provided.
Caring for the Environment
- Fix the sentences by spelling the underlined words. Read the sentences below. The underlined word in each sentence is misspelled. Spell it correctly on the
- Circle the words that are spelled correctly. Write the correct
spelling of the incorrectly-spelled terms on the line.
Word Find -
Find the words that complete the sentences. A cool way to work on this skill. Determine what word best fits and then find it the word search matrix.
The Spelling Bee
- Kim, Bill and Ryan are practicing to compete in the school spelling
bee. Read the terms they are thinking about and make any necessary
corrections on the lines.
Be the Teacher
- Correct the three spelling tests below. If a word is spelled incorrectly,
circle it, and write the correct spelling on the lines.
- Just like the previous puzzle, but a crossword instead. All the words except one end in -tion. Give it a go!
That's a Bad Sign...
- The signs below contain misspelled words. Identify the misspelled
word. Then write the correct spelling on the line below or beside
A Postcard for
Santa - Tyler's little sister Wilma wrote a postcard for Santa,
but she misspelled quite a few terms. Help Tyler rewrite it for her,
using the lines provided below.
Where Do You Live?
- Read the clues below. Then write the correct word on the line.
Need help? Keep the hint above in mind!
ible | able Words
- Add the prefixes and/or suffixes to each bold word below to form
a new word. Then write the word and its meaning on the lines provided.
Follow the example.