Fourth Grade Civics & Government Worksheets and Printables

Got a kid who's destined for the White House? Print out some of these fourth grade civics & government worksheets. Not only do they focus on social studies concepts, they help kids flex key writing skills like critical thinking, persuasive writing and organizing your thoughts. Next stop: the campaign trail!
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Presidential Portrait Presidential Portrait Portraits of United States presidents are some of the most famous photographs in history.
President Word Search President Word Search When presidential hopefuls are out on the campaign trail, making speeches in every big city, certain words always seem to pop up.
Presidential Press Conference Presidential Press Conference Kids might think it would be really cool to be president, but it's a tough gig.
Presidential Pets Presidential Pets If you were president, you might want to do some crazy things, but what about choosing a pet?
Security Briefing Security Briefing Play the role of the president and make the tough decisions about security around the nation.
Presidential Decisions: Cake or Pie? Presidential Decisions: Cake or Pie? The president has to make many tough decisions that affect lots of people, but this might be the toughest.
American Symbols Word Search American Symbols Word Search Help your kid get in touch with his patriotic side with this American-themed word search, which provides a great introduction to government studies for elementary school kids.
Learn About Your State Learn About Your State Do you know your state? What is the state bird?
White House Dinner White House Dinner Imagine planning a fancy dinner at the White House.
United States Word Search United States Word Search Challenge your young citizen to find the names of national treasures, historical buildings, and more in this United States word search!
What's in a Flag? What's in a Flag? Kids learn about state flags by researching and sketching the California state flag and a flag of their choice in this fun worksheet.
Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Kids learn about our nation's capital with this fun worksheet that teaches them geography, history, and the interesting reason why the District of Columbia was never made a state.
Amendments 11-27 Amendments 11-27 Kids research the constitutional amendments that were added after the Bill of Rights with this cool worksheet.
Follow the Law: How a Bill Gets Passed Follow the Law: How a Bill Gets Passed How far does a bill have to travel before it can become a law?
Help your child get acquainted with the ins and outs of different levels of the U.S. government and the various roles it plays with these civic-minded worksheets.
How the U.S. Government Works Help your child get acquainted with the ins and outs of different levels of the U.S.
The Constitution The Constitution Check out this cool constitution worksheet that introduces kids to the Constitution of the United States!
Got a kid who's destined for the White House? Print out some of these fourth grade civics & government worksheets. Not only do they focus on social studies concepts, they help kids flex key writing skills like critical thinking, persuasive writing and organizing your thoughts. Next stop: the campaign trail!