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First Language Lessons Level 4, Workbook

3.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)


Spend more time teaching and less time preparing – the Level 4 Workbook provides all of the student worksheets, no prep time needed! Use with the teacher materials found in the required Instructor Guide for a year of grammar instruction. Fourth- and fifth-grade students may begin in Level 4 regardless of their prior level of grammar instruction.

Product Overview


This consumable Student Workbook, used alongside the required Instructor Guide, gives you everything you need to spend more time teaching grammar and less time preparing lessons, making copies, or gathering supplies.

The Level 4 workbook has 380 perforated, consumable pages of exercises for your student. Fourth-grade students may begin in Level 4 regardless of their prior level of grammar instruction.


What customers are saying

1 review for First Language Lessons Level 4, Workbook

  1. amhamm73

    I just took my son out of public school. He was in 4th grade. He is a very good reader and writer. How do I know where to start him? I was thinking of starting him out with lvl 4. But since 4th grade is already over should I start with something different?

  2. Kay

    I am trying to decide where to start my 6th Grader in a grammar program. He is an excellent reader and okay writer, but very little knowledge about the mechanics of writing. He always did very poorly in language arts in public school.

  3. Matthew Michaelree

    Would you suggest level 3 or 4 for a third and fourth grader? They have completed level 1 but not 2. I have all the teacher manuals but 3 and 4 seem so similar.

  4. Farm Girl

    So is this the obvious sequel/continuation to FLL? I have a Grade 7 student that just finished Level 4 FLL. Is it set up the same?

  5. Shell

    Instead of page numbers and lesson numbers only, please provide a useful Table of Contents.

  6. Brittany

    My son is going into 5th grade, and we just finished level 4. What is the next series or book we should be using?

  7. joy turner

    When my daughter was in second grade we did level 1 in writing with ease. She is in 3rd grade now and we have been doing level 2. I feel like she is doing fairly well and I am getting anxious about the idea of her doing level 3 in 4th grade I think just because i feel like she should be writing by now. I was wondering if I should skip to level 4 even though the sentences are longer and challenge her and keep easing her into becoming more confident in dictation. By the way Susan Bauer is a genius. Thank you for spending all the time you did to develop this program. We have so benefited.

  8. Cynthia Porter

    I need the ISBN for this product please.

  9. Dana

    I have been homeschooling my two boys for 4 years and have not had a dedicated curriculum. They understand grammar and basic sentence structure. They are 4th and 5th grade but I’m teach them at the same grade level. I have read your book and I know catching up on everything you recommend is going to be hard but I want them to give them a good education. I like the thought of a classical education. I’m just struggling to know where to start. What would be the best grammar book to start with that is not going to bore them with a repeat of the basics, but they haven’t had a lot of writing exposure yet.

  10. 3 out of 5


    I love all the content given in this book series and the seuqence of concepts. However, I use this in a school classroom, and there are 2 major drawsbacks to this both that are frustrating to use this series in a large group setting. 1) The teacher’s manual does not clearly distinguish between what the children see in their work books and the additional info for teaching the concepts. I need a student book and the teacher’s manual open simultaneously when teaching these lessons. 2) The student workbook does not contain ANY directions, definiitions, or background info for the activities and concepts; EVERYTHING requires the teacher to dictate this info to the students. This is especially problematic when a student is absent. I either have to give the absent child(ren) an individaulized lesson or I have to type out this info for the absent children. This gets REALLY really time consuming for the teacher REALLY quickly. A student workbook with some background info and directions would be much appreciated.

    • Press Minion

      Noted! Thank you!

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