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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Levi Strauss Levi Strauss The history of the American West meets the history of fashion!
John Muir John Muir Meet John Muir, the original environmentalist, in this nonfiction reading sheet.
Marginalized People of the Gold Rush Marginalized People of the Gold Rush Not everyone got rich from the Gold Rush. There were groups of people who struggled for their rights, such as women, Chinese-Americans and Native Americans.
California Gold Rush: Sutter's Mill California Gold Rush: Sutter's Mill Sutter's Mill is where the California Gold Rush first began!
Native American Headband Native American Headband Not only will this printable help your third grader learn about Native American tradition, but she'll cut, color, and create her own accessory, too: a feather headband.
History of Baseball History of Baseball Batter up! It's time to get a hands-on history lesson in this fun printable activity that flexes your fourth-grader's memory and comprehension muscles
Native American Symbols: Design a Shield Native American Symbols: Design a Shield Dive into Native American history with your third grader!
Writing Home Writing Home Imagine you're out on the Gold Rush, mining in fields worlds away from home.
Abraham Lincoln's Hat Abraham Lincoln's Hat President Abraham Lincoln's hat isn't just a presidential treasure, it represents an infamous night in American history.
Native American Symbols: Bear Native American Symbols: Bear Learn about an important symbol of the Native Americans: the bear.
Langston Hughes: Historical Heroes Langston Hughes: Historical Heroes Learn more about Langston Hughes, one of the most influential figures in literature, with this word-scramble sheet.
'Iolani Palace 'Iolani Palace Calling all history students, here's a beautiful structure from the U.S.
Reader's Theater: First Thanksgiving Reader's Theater: First Thanksgiving Our idea about the first Thanksgiving may contain as much lore and myth as it does fact.
Statehood Dates Statehood Dates Team up a little U.S. history with some coloring!
All About Marie Curie All About Marie Curie Marie Curie was a revolutionary scientist and the first woman to earn a Nobel Prize.
Who Is Gregor Mendel? Who Is Gregor Mendel? Get an interesting science lesson and some valuable reading practice with this Gregor Mendel biography worksheet.
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.