Hannah Social Studies
Learn all about the brave James Otis, a man who deserves just as much credit as his patriotic pals for changing the course of American history.
Not for the faint of heart, this tricky state capitals word search poses a good challenge for savvy fifth graders. Get a handle on state nicknames!
An activity sheet about Michigan. 5th graders can compose and color their own map of Michigan.
Review Civil War key terms and people with this history sheet. Your child will decide which terms describe the Confederacy and which describe the Union.
Follow up learning about ancient Egypt with a word search that features some great vocabulary about ancient Egyptian life.
Learn about one of the important pharoahs of ancient Egypt: Queen Hatshepsut.
Test your middle schooler's knowledge of our government system with a fill in the blanks diagram.
Get acquainted with one of ancient Egypt's most well-known pharaohs: King Tut, the youngest pharaoh. Your student can read a few interesting facts about him.
Learning about the Renaissance? This Renaissance worksheet lends extra help remembering important people, places, and things of this important time in history.
Can you imagine worshiping a crocodile or a cat? Learn about the Ancient Egyptians and their strange gods.
Learn all about Egypt's fascinating geography in this worksheet that combines two maps of the country in both ancient and modern times.
Test your knowledge of the Civil War by completing this fill-in-the-blank worksheet! Read each sentence and write the word in the blank to compete the sentence.
Would you liked to be paid to be a professional beekeeper? Find out all about the unusual jobs available to Ancient Egyptians.
Here is a fun way to practice vocabulary from the Civil War. Your student will unscramble each term, using the word bank for help.
Give your middle school student a fun way to practice key terms from the Civil War. This word search is all about generals who fought in the war.
With this historical word search, your child will learn some key terms about the Oregon Trail, including a few of the different routes taken.
Cleopatra ruled Egypt and conquered the hearts of Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. Read a mini-biography on this remarkable woman in history.
For growing geographers who are learning the continents, here's a fun challenge! Fill out this map of Africa, and learn a bit about each town as you go.
Test your child's knowledge of the history of slavery in the United States. He must match up the vocabulary terms with their correct definitions.
Get to know the island of Japan with a fill-in-the-blank map. Your young geographer will fill in missing city names, and learn a bit about each one as he goes.
Give your middle school student a challenge with this great matching game, featuring the U.S. presidents!
Get to know our world's largest geographical country with a map of Russia! Learn a fun fact about Russia's major cities as you go.
Review vocabulary terms from the Civil War with this matching worksheet! Your student will match each term with its correct definition.
Go back in time and expand the nation! Complete this map activity and discuss the impact of the Louisiana Purchase on the U.S.
Read about a famous place on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places: the battlefield of Gettysburg.
Help your student learn the government principle of checks and balances with this worksheet. He'll learn key terms with a word search puzzle and a quick quiz.
Read about an important and controversial events that took place on American soil during WWII, at the Topaz War Relocation Center.
Try this series of U.S. president match-up worksheets, the perfect way to learn all of our country's past presidents.
How well do you know your country's past presidents? Here is a challenging series of match-up games, featuring U.S. presidents!
Want to get your middle school student savvy on U.S. history? Here is a challenging series of match-up games, featuring U.S. presidents!
Did you know that the boomerang originated in Australia? Learn all about the land down under with this fun word search puzzle!
Challenge your student's knowledge of the U.S. presidents with this series of match-up games.
How much do you know about our neighbor to the north, Canada? Learn a few national symbols and fun facts about Canada with this word search!
History buffs, get ready to learn everything you ever wanted to know about all of our U.S. presidents with a fun matching game!
Learn a few fun facts about Germany and its national symbols with a word search!
Do you know what the large red dot on Japan's flag symbolizes? Find out that and many other fun facts about Japan with a word search.
Is your child a master of geography? Give him a fun challenge with this map of India, where he'll fill in the major cities as he learns a bit about them!
Do you know your U.S. presidents? This challenging series of match-up games is sure to baffle even the most serious history buffs!
Can you name the national flower of Mexico? After finishing this word search, you'll have a ton of fun facts about Mexico at your disposal.
Here's a great test of your student's knowledge about U.S. history! See if he can match up all the presidents with their mini biographies.
Challenge your middle school student with a quiz about the Civil War! He'll answer questions about important people and places in the Civil War.
How well does your student know his country's past presidents? Here is a challenging series of match-up games, featuring U.S. presidents!
The Middle Ages were a very complex and interesting time. Get down the basic terms and concepts of this historical period with this info sheet.
How much do you know about our neighbors to the south? Fill in this map of Mexico and learn some fun facts about each city as you go!
Test your geography buff's knowledge of Australia! He'll locate the major cities of Australia, and read a fun fact about each one.
Paraphrasing is all about putting other people's writing in your own words. Your child will read about Annie Oakley as he paraphrases this passage.
Here's a history quiz that is sure to stump even the most studious civics buff! Fill in the blanks, and learn a bit about the history of written law.
How many of our presidents can you name? Challenge your middle school student with this great series of match-up games, featuring U.S. presidents!
Is your mapping maniac ready to learn some world geography? This map challenge will test your child's knowledge of different cities in South America.
Get to know some other parts of the world with a mapping activity. Your child will learn and locate popular cities in the United Kingdom.
Did you know our neighbor to the north is the third largest country in the world? Locate and learn about the major cities of Canada with this map challenge.
Make a quick trip in time to learn U.S. history and a presidential time line! You might be surprised how much change packed in from 1939 to 1990.
Give your middle school student some geography practice finding latitude and longitude of cities in Illinois with this fun, quiz-style worksheet.
Give your middle school student some geography practice finding latitude and longitude of cities in Mississippi with this fun, quiz-style worksheet.
Test your student's knowledge of famous people in U.S. history with a quick quiz. He'll need to match up each notable person with his/her accomplishments.
Learn about significant events in Anne Frank's life for a better understanding of how life was during Hitler's reign.
Let's learn about the Oregon Trail and the "Wagon Train of 1843" with this map of one of the main routes west!
Give your middle school student some geography practice finding latitude and longitude of cities in Missouri with this fun, quiz-style worksheet.
Give your middle school student some geography practice finding latitude and longitude of cities in Kentucky with this fun, quiz-style worksheet.
Travel back in time to the age of pharaohs and mummies! Your middle schooler will get a fun, hands-on history lesson with this paper project.
American history students, learn about a tragic event that occurred between Native Americans and English settlers at Wounded Knee Creek.
Discover an ancient language spoken through art! Interpret an image from ancient Egyptian art and then create one of your own with this history sheet.
Meet a few of America's most inspirational female figures with this history sheet. Your student will match up each woman with her accomplishment.
If you're studying the Civil War, the Burt-Stark Mansion is an important site to know! Read all about the end of the American Civil War with this great sheet.
Give your middle school student some geography practice finding latitude and longitude of cities in Minnesota with this fun, quiz-style worksheet.