Category: 4th Grade Reading ELA

4th Grade Reading and ELA Smartboard Games – Main Idea, Elements of a Story, Synonyms, Parts of Speech, Adjectives, Reading Comprehension, Compare and Contrast, Fairy-tales, Punctuation Marks, Subject Verb Agreement – Play these fun, interactive and free Reading ELA games on the Smartboard!



  • Subject Verb Agreement Game – Reading ELA

    Use the Smartboard as a tool to aide in practice identifying the correct verb tenses, verb forms and recognizing subject/ verb agreements. Grammar rules state that a singular subject takes a singular verb while a plural subject takes a plural verb. Directions: Select the content the game will include(to be and have verbs, present tense, […]

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  • Parts of Speech Game – Reading ELA

    Practice recognizing the different parts of speech with this engaging Smartboard game. Practice identifying nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and prepositions. Directions: Click on the jellyfish that contains the matching part of speech as given by the octopus. If you choose correctly the octopus will shoot a beam to destroy that jellyfish, if you are […]

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  • Synonym, Antonym and Homonym Game – Reading ELA

    Use the Smartboard along with this interactive activity to practice matching synonyms, antonyms and homonyms. A synonyms is a word that means the same thing as another word, an antonym is a word that means the opposite of another word, and a homonyms are two words that have the same pronunciation but different meanings. Directions: […]

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  • Punctuation Marks Game – Reading ELA

    Learn about and practice where to place different punctuation marks in a sentence with this interactive Smartboard game. Punctuation marks are symbols that aid in our comprehension of what we read. Learn about the period, comma, colon, semi-colon, question mark and quotations. Directions: Read the sentence you are given without any punctuation marks. Then click […]

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  • Fractured Fairy Tale Activity – Reading ELA

    Use this interactive Smartboard lesson to help students write their own Fractured Fairy Tale. A Fractured Fairy Tale takes a well known tale and changes it in an unexpected way by using different characters, setting, points of view, plots. This can be used as a whole class lesson on the Smartboard when teaching a writing […]

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