Annotated Common Core ELA Standards – Grade 4

Due to popular demand, I have now written the Annotated Common Core Standards for English Language Arts – Grade 4!  This is a FREE download on TeachersPayTeachers, so please take a moment to rate and leave feedback…it is truly appreciated!

If you’re feeling confused or overwhelmed by the Common Core Standards for English Language Arts, you’re not alone. I have taken some time to annotate (explain, simplify, break down) the Common Core standards for English Language Arts Grade 4. These documents are designed to you feel, well…not so overwhelmed, or lost, or alone! Some of the standards were already pretty self-explanatory so I left those alone, but wherever you see the arrow is where I have tried to explain or articulate the expectation(s) of the standard. If you find something particularly confusing, please message me and I will be happy to explain or articulate better, or add an explanation where there was none. Hope it helps…please be sure to leave feedback–I would love to hear your thoughts!

For other grades, click the links below:

Annotated Common Core Standards for English Language Arts – Grade 5
Annotated Common Core Standards for English Language Arts – Grade 6
Annotated Common Core Standards for English Language Arts – Grade 7
Annotated Common Core Standards for English Language Arts – Grade 8
Annotated Common Core Standards for English Language Arts – Grades 9-10
 Annotated Common Core Standards for English Language Arts – Grades 11-12

Note: This project is in no way affiliated with the Common Core Initiative. The Common Core Initiative was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, these guidelines.
 
 

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Comments

  1. Sabrina Thompson
    April 20, 2012 - 12:09 am

    That’s great news! Glad that you finally had this out. Will check it out and share it to my teacher friends. Thanks^^

  2. I can not find the annotated common core standard for fourth grade.

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