History/Social Studies worksheets
Michael Phelps swam his way to success, as your young student will find out in this biography worksheet on one of the greatest swimmers in the world.
Mary Lou Retton tumbled into America's heart in the 1988 Olympics. Read about her Olympic victories in this worksheet, then complete a short exercise to practice her reading skills. For fun, there's a . . .
Jesse Owens' successes in the 1938 Olympics made history and paved the way for African-Americans in sports and other fields.
Gearing up for the London Olympcis? Have your student read up on Jim Thorpe, an Olympian who is considered one of the greatest athletes of all time, and boost his reading skills at the same time.
If your child has energy to spare, give her this inspirational worksheet about the famous "Flo-Jo" and develop her comprehension skills with an exercise.
Believe it or not, the frozen continent of Antarctica is home to rich and varied wildlife. How many arctic animals can you child name?
World War I was an important turning point in world history. Pay tribute to the American soldiers that fought in World War I by bringing some color to this soldier coloring page.
Introduce your child to the largest continent with this Asia coloring page. As he colors the continent, you can also give him a quick science quiz by asking him to name the animals featured on the page.
Color the great Down Under with the Australia coloring page! Australia is more than just This continent, also a country, is home to a unique culture and an incredible range of wildlife.
The continent of Africa is known for its amazing wildlife. Your budding explorer can bring the continent and the animals to life with this Africa coloring page.