Best 4th Grade Books for the Classroom - WeAreTeachersWhen you teach fourth grade, you have students with interests and ability levels all over the map! A fresh, diverse classroom library will keep them all growing as readers. You know your students and their emotional maturity levels best. A few of these books may be best as read-alouds so that you and your kids can discuss them together. Just a heads up, WeAreTeachers may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. We only recommend items our team loves! Help students imagine their own possibilities with this inspiring autobiographical verse that encourages readers to reach for their dreams.
32 Good Book Series for 4th Graders (That Will Keep Them Reading)
Whether it is read alouds, novel studies, or independent reading, it can be challenging to find quality novels with engaging storylines that support deep conversation and critical thinking about the text. That's why I compiled this list of the 20 best books for fourth grade. Buy them for your classroom library. Add them to your read-aloud list. Build them into novel studies during ELA, or just use them for an independent study.
Fourth grade is such a delightful time. Most kids are getting to be pretty fluent readers and can now manage a much wider array of books. For every reader who ever loved the story of Cinderella, this retelling is absolutely delightful. Ella deals not only with a cruel stepmother and nasty stepsisters, but also with a curse that requires her to obey any command given to her. Now they spend their lives traveling the world, leaving Emmy at home to attend a new school where she has no friends.
Ever struggle to find the best books for 4th graders in your classroom? Whether it is read alouds, novel studies, or independent reading, it can be challenging to.
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Looking for a good book series for your 4th grader? Ages 9 — Once you can get kids hooked into a book series, you know that it will keep them reading for awhile. Not to mention, they probably will be reading longer hours because the books are just too good to put down. Also, I debated about including Harry Potter because 4th grade is the time when many kids start these books.