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Civics & Government Worksheets and Printables

Civics worksheets and government worksheets for kids are great for history students. Civics and government worksheets help kids learn about the formation of the Bill of Rights, the Civil War, the history of presidents, and more. Use these civics worksheets and government worksheets for kids to get a full picture of how the United States's rules were formed and how they are implemented today. Try these civics and government worksheets with your blossoming politician.

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Your young learner will discover the basics of local government with this worksheet all about municipalities.
Civics & Government
Third Grade
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.
Civics & Government
Middle School
Do you know your state? Challenge yourself with this worksheet, and try to answer the 13 trivia questions about your state.
Civics & Government
Fourth Grade
TJ was not just our third President; he also penned the Declaration of Independence. These printables are full of facts that will inspire your young history buff!
Civics & Government
Fifth Grade
Color in this cool scene at the White House, and learn a few White House facts too!
Civics & Government
Second Grade
From California to the New York Islands, the Redwood forests to the Gulf Stream waters, help your child get to know his homeland with these varied coloring and activity sheets on American symbols and imagery.
Civics & Government
First Grade
If you were president, you might want to do some crazy things, but what about choosing a pet? Write a bit about what pet you'd have if you were president.
Civics & Government
Fourth Grade
Help your child understand a basic concept of economics with a worksheet on resources! He'll review three types of resources: human, natural and capital.
Civics & Government
Second Grade
The president has to make many tough decisions, but this might be the toughest. Choose a national dessert and answer the age-old question: cake or pie?
Civics & Government
Fourth Grade
Get acquainted with one of our nation's most famous buildings, the Washington Monument, by building a small paper model!
Civics & Government
Third Grade
Read about a famous place on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places: the battlefield of Gettysburg.
Civics & Government
Middle School
Sometimes, getting around town is like navigating a large maze! Your child can get a feel for the city streets with this traffic sign maze.
Civics & Government
First Grade
Resources are an important concept in economics. Introduce your child to three different types of resources with a fun worksheet!
Civics & Government
Second Grade
Your child will learn the difference between goods and services in this fun intro to economics worksheet.
Civics & Government
Second Grade
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.
Civics & Government
Middle School

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