Check out a fun and simple Olympic timeline which highlights some of the most memorable moments throughout history.
Kids learn that how we live today is different than how we lived in the past by labeling each picture of everyday life as from today or long ago.
Ever lay on your back to watch the clouds? With this cloud chart you and your little scientist can identify the different types of cloud formations.
Did you know Zeus had a sister, Hestia, the goddess of hearth an home? Learn all about her with a fun coloring page!
For students learning about Native American Indians, get educated about a famous archaeological site called the Sunken Village.
This history and reading project that traces the history of medical care, helps kids understand how the doctor's office came to be.
Teach your little leprechaun about the various St. Patrick's Day traditions and other fun parts of this special Irish heritage day.
This history and reading exercise takes kids through the history of news and lets them piece together the clues (literally!) to retell the story.
This worksheet is all about the U.S. space mission of Friendship 7, and will help kids with reading comprehension and U.S. history knowledge all at once.
Got a kid with his head in the clouds? Encourage him to stay there with this worksheet about one of the first manned spaceflights.
Launch into learning with this worksheet on Gemini 4, one of the original missions in the early days of the U.S.'s space program.
Enjoy a challenging word puzzle, where your student can read about a few gods from Greek mythology, and then figure out the words that describe them.
Introduce your elementary student to the history of ancient Egypt with this fun activity worksheet, complete with a word search, quiz and word scramble.
Celebrate the contributions of famous Irish Americans with this worksheet. Read a bit about each famous figure and complete a comprehension exercise.
The Siege of the Alamo was an important point in the Texas Revolution. Your youngster can learn the story of the siege in this worksheet.
Give your child a fun geography worksheet all about Nashville! He'll complete a word search and learn some fun facts about this city.
Your young historian can explore the Mohawk tribe. This Native American group played an important role in American history.
Did you know that Kansas City is actually in Missouri? Learn more about Kansas City with this fun sheet!
Get geared up for the Olympics with this fun reading worksheet about the first modern Olympic games, held in -- where else? -- Greece in 1896.
Did you know Las Vegas is actually a Spanish phrase meaning "the meadows"? Teach your child about the history of Las Vegas with this fun worksheet.
Did you know New Orleans, Louisiana was founded by the French? Teach your child about the history of New Orleans with this fun worksheet!
Encourage your child search high and low for the hidden names of famous artists with this fun word search.
Help your third grader say goodbye to nightmares and welcome pleasant dreams with her very own Native American-style dreamcatcher.
Spark your child's interest in Native American beliefs and traditions by teaching him about animal spirit guides with help from this worksheet.
Located on the National Mall in Washington D.C. the Lincoln Memorial honors our 16th president.
Amelia Earhart changed the face of aviation, proving that a woman could do everything the boys could when it came to flying.
Check out this awesome history sheet featuring the Freedom Trail, a historical walk in Boston.
Sail back in time to Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America, with this fun, fact-filled worksheet.
Learn more about a patriotic piece of history with this informational page on the original Star-Spangled Banner.
There's tons of trivia in this social studies worksheet about America's most famous home.
Learn more about America's biggest and best library with this social studies worksheet.