Fourth Grade History Worksheets and Printables

Many fourth graders find that their interest in history grows as they learn more about the past and start to imagine themselves in historic settings. These fourth grade history worksheets will inspire that kind of thinking. Your fourth grader won't even know she is committing important people, places and dates to memory because she will be swept away in the magic of history. A great companion to these are fourth grade social studies worksheets.
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The Hancock-Clarke House The Hancock-Clarke House For those of you studying Paul Revere, here is a great info sheet about the Hancock-Clarke house, an important site in the beginning of the Revolutionary War.
Our world's greatest minds have discovered some very cool stuff, this series of reading comprehension worksheets on prominent scientists will have young readers delving into their discoveries. Students will get a great reading comprehension workout and gain valuable insight through which they'll be able to place more recent scientific developments into historical context.  Both male and female scientists are represented.
Famous Scientists Our world's greatest minds have discovered some very cool stuff, this series of reading comprehension worksheets on prominent scientists will have young readers delving into their discoveries.
The Wild West: Stephen Austin The Wild West: Stephen Austin Stephen Fuller Austin is often called the "Father of Texas."
Gold Rush Prices Gold Rush Prices Convert prices of supplies from the California Gold Rush to today's monetary values.
Sunken Village Sunken Village For students learning about Native American Indians, get educated about a famous archaeological site called the Sunken Village.
National Treasures: The Wright Brothers' Flyer National Treasures: The Wright Brothers' Flyer In a world without airplanes, The Wright Brothers flew in the face of science, so to speak, and invented the first modern airplane.
Tuskegee Institute Tuskegee Institute Learn about the Tuskegee Institute, an important site in American History.
Valley Forge Valley Forge Learn about Valley Forge, an important historical site of the American Revolutionary War, with a great info sheet!
The Underground Railroad The Underground Railroad The Underground Railroad helped thousands of enslaved Americans find freedom.
Thaumatrope Thaumatrope Learn all about the thaumatrope, one of the earliest versions of a moving picture, with this fun worksheet and paper project!
Packing for the Gold Rush Packing for the Gold Rush Your kid may have packed for a trip, but what about packing for a whole new life?
The White House Facts The White House Facts There's tons of trivia in this social studies worksheet about America's most famous home.
Sam Brannan Sam Brannan Welcome to the Wild West! Learn about the Gold Rush and the founding of San Francisco, with this worksheet about the talented and versatile Sam Brannan.
The Gold Rush Worksheet The Gold Rush Worksheet Gold rush worksheets can be a fun way to approach history.
History of the Blues History of the Blues The blues is one of the first kinds of 'folk music' to come out of the United States, and its influence can be heard all over.
Fort Des Moines Fort Des Moines History buffs, here's a sheet that will teach you all about Fort Des Moines, an important military training site during WWI and WWII.
Many fourth graders find that their interest in history grows as they learn more about the past and start to imagine themselves in historic settings. These fourth grade history worksheets will inspire that kind of thinking. Your fourth grader won't even know she is committing important people, places and dates to memory because she will be swept away in the magic of history. A great companion to these are fourth grade social studies worksheets.