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P4 Chinese composition writing is not much different from Primary 3.

Your child will continue to engage in Chinese composition writing (or 看图作文 “kan tu zuo wen”) as part of their school curriculum.

Let’s explore how to support your child in this area.

P4 Chinese composition | Unleashing Your Child’s Potential

Just like in Primary 3, the composition questions in Primary 4 will still consist of 4 composition pictures, and the minimum word count for each composition remains at 80 words.

Though the requirements haven’t changed, this year presents a fantastic opportunity for your child to refine their writing skills further.

With a solid understanding of the composition writing format, they can now channel their efforts towards enriching their Chinese vocabulary and exploring exciting new ways to express themselves creatively.

Here are a few examples of picture-based compositions for Primary 4 that can help them on their P4 Chinese compo writing journey:

P4 Chinese composition pictures and samples

Each of these P4 Chinese composition sample topics has been carefully picked according to what’s commonly seen and tested in primary school exams in Singapore.

You’ll find that these composition examples are written using the basic vocabulary that your child has learnt from their school Chinese textbook.

Hopefully with these samples, you can understand the basic requirements better.

P4 Chinese compo example 1 – 《诚实的小明》






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P4 Chinese compo example 2 – 《不再顽皮了》





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P4 Chinese compo example 3 – 《贪吃的后果》






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To make full use of these Chinese composition samples for Primary 4, be sure to study to their sentence structure, vocabulary, grammar, and punctuation. You can then develop your own writing skills from there.

Besides that, try to think critically about the writing as you are reading them. Why did the writer choose a particular word? How did the author organize their ideas? Answering these questions can also help you develop the critical thinking skills you need for life.

How to improve your Chinese composition – free consultation

If you find yourself concerned about your child’s composition writing skills and are not quite sure how to assist them in improving their Chinese compositions, worry not! I’m here to lend a helping hand.

Feel free to send me a sample copy of your child’s Chinese compo, along with the corresponding pictures.

With that, I’ll be more than happy to provide a free assessment of their work, based on the school’s standards. Additionally, I’ll gladly offer some suggestions on specific areas they can focus on to enhance their writing skills.

Hopefully, this post has helped you in one way or another in terms of writing a Chinese composition for Primary 4.

Let me know if you have any other questions about improving your Chinese composition in the comments below.

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