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Browse through our social studies activities below. You'll find many social studies activities to keep your child learning on the fly, all year long.

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Honor our 16th president by having your kid assemble his famous stovepipe hat! This Abe Lincoln hat craft is the perfect way to celebrate Presidents Day.
History
National Symbols
Get started on an ofrenda for Dia de los Muertos with this easy sugar skull project.
Holidays
Community & Cultures
Teach your child about Chinese New Year by creating a dragon float inspired by the brilliant traditional ones seen in Chinese new year parades.
World Cultures
Third Grade
In Colonial times, fixing a chair was a lot easier than making one! Any fifth-grader can wrap up a mirror or photo frame the same way Colonists caned chairs.
US History
Fifth Grade
Teach your kindergartener a little about Mexican culture by giving him a festive, no-cook lesson in how to make 'aguas frescas,' or seasonal fruit drinks.
Community & Cultures
Kindergarten
Your child can decorate her own set of Russian nesting dolls in this easy felt craft.
Community & Cultures
First Grade
Mix up a batch of molasses cookies, and you'll have a delicious chance to teach your child some math and social studies in the process!
US History
Fourth Grade
Your child can now recreate history by building his very own fortified castle.
History
Fifth Grade
Maracas are most commonly found in music around the world. Introduce your child to percussion and rhythm with this easy-to-make instrument.
Community & Cultures
Preschool
This project, focused on the burial practices of ancient Egyptians, is a great addition to a social studies curriculum.
History
World Cultures
Every day can be Chinese New Year with a dancing dragon that your child can make at home.
Holidays
First Grade
Host a royal party full of 'please and thank you' - even the queen would approve. Have a ball while your kids practice etiquette!
Community & Cultures
First Grade
Here's a simple activity to reinforce your fourth grader's study of her home state and help her make a pretty keepsake.
US History
Civics & Government
Show your teens the connection between making history and writing it by having them write, illustrate, and edit a newspaper from the past.
World History
US History
In this activity, your child will reference Matisse and also learn about patterns.
History
Fourth Grade

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